GiantMouse does not refer to Ser Shadrich of Shady Glen, Matthias the Warrior, Reepicheep, or even the Grey Mouser. No, GiantMouse is a knife brand: Giant Mouse Knives. Here’s an example: the GMF1.
⊕ Past giveaways and loot distributed.
Among the many benefits of backing us on Patreon is access to the loot we hand out to our supporters. We’ve given a lot of swag and plunder away since we first called the banners. Unfortunately, we’re not terribly bright so we didn’t record it all or post it online.
That’ll change now. As we go forward we’ll update this page with new contests and giveaways (or the big ones, anyway). We’ll also announce on Instagram (@house.morningwood), so be sure to keep an eye on that frequency too.
A couple of years ago, military-related news feeds were full of stories about female Ranger School graduates, female infantry officers for both the Army and the Marine Corps, even a large number of female enlisted Marines headed for SOI (the terrestrial School of Infantry mind you; nothing to do with any Space Marine training).
It wasn’t too much later that we began hearing the all too predictable calls that females also be allowed to fight in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes (the Emperor‘s Space Marines).
The nineteenth iteration of the Crimson Trace 25-25-25 Giveaway series launched a few days ago, and it’s a good one.
Flannel shirts — for centuries we’ve enjoyed wearing them. That’s no exaggeration neither! Actually, its a bit of an exaggeration, but wtf, we get excited. Read on if you like flannel shirts.
First seen in Wales back in the 16th century (think Queen Elizabeth I, Bill Shakespeare, Ivan the Terrible timeframe), the fabric is thought to have made its way here to the United States circa the Civil War years.
We like flannel shirts for all kinds of stuff. We like ’em for everyday use, for camping, for wearing to the range, for wearing to them to the range, hell some of our guys have worn them on missions in places where there isn’t any good toilet paper and assholes sometime shoot at ya.
We also like how they look on all sorts of different people.
S&B Watches has declared for Morning Wood!
Huzzah! We’re proud to announce that S&B Watches (formerly Smith & Bradley) is now a part of the HMW Tactical Buyer Club! That’s right – you’ll have access to some badass restricted prices and purchase opportunities…if you’re one of our backers on Patreon, that is.
S&B Watches is a true American watch company headquartered in Sidney, Illinois. They build high-quality sport and tactical watches engineered for performance and rugged style, intended to convert everyone they meet to a watch fanatic.
Some of you will know PHLster for their YouTube channel, Philly EDC. Others among you may be familiar with their superb EDC thingamawhatsits like the Flex and Flatpack TQ Carrier. Hopefully, all of you are familiar with their outstanding line of holsters. If not, take a moment to get acquainted. You’ll be glad you did.
Boobs. There’s an undeniable pre-disposition to why you love ’em, true story. In fact, you’ll find several indisputable scientific explanations about why they’re so compelling in the text, video, and pictures below.
You’re not alone. We love boobs too.
It is no secret that I — like Lord Chillycock (Ryan)1, Lord Acuto (Aaron)2, and Lady Charmagaryen (Amanda)3 — enjoy getting my dork on. A chance conversation recently with my sons led to a discussion of monsters available to people playing various games using the online RPG software Roll20 (Roll20.net). They were looking for one monster and its “token” particularly, without success: the Beholder 5e (and later, as it turned out, the Pathfinder Beholder).
The Raven Concealment Eidolon was introduced back in 2015. It’s a purpose-built AIWB holster for concealed carry (though it serves for strong-side carry too).
The holsters have since been made in a few colors, including one batch that was completely transparent, but we’re the only ones to have it in FDE (Flat Dark Earth, or as some of us call it, mud hut).