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July 4th Sale with MTR Custom Leather.. SAVE NOW

Your friends at MTR Custom Leather, LLC want to help you celebrate this Independence Day in fine style. Just for the Fourth of July, we’re rolling out a few specials! Don’t forget to checkout our up to date inventory in stock items on our Quick Ship category.


  • Made with ultra-high quality nylon (1080D) with antique muted copper buckle and hardware for a vintage look. B-31 Kodiak Standard (formerly Yukon Standard) is now updated to include a single-pocket front to accommodate larger phones.

  • Optional detachable holster system available –  100% Vegetable tan leather holster allows for custom positioning and a super quick-draw application or a universal leather holster

  • Features Velcro on the front for patches to personalize

  • Additional large top, front pocket, and side-stow pockets for flashlight, folding knife, calls, extra mags, etc.

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True meaning of Christmas – Wikipedia

The “true meaning of Christmas” is a phrase with a long history in American pop culture. It first appears in the mid-19th century, and is often given vaguely religious overtones, suggesting that the “true meaning of Christmas” is the celebration of the Nativity of Christ. But in pop culture usage, overt religious references are mostly avoided, and the “true meaning” is taken to be a sort of introspective and benevolent attitude as opposed to the commercialization of Christmas which has been lamented since at least the 1850s. The poem A Visit From St. Nicholas (1822) helped popularize the tradition of exchanging gifts, and seasonal Christmas shopping began to assume economic importance. Harriet Beecher Stowe criticizes the commercialization of Christmas in her story “Christmas; or, the Good Fairy”.[1] An early expression of this sentiment using the phrase of “the true meaning” is found in The American magazine, vol. 28 (1889):

“to give up one’s very self — to think only of others — how to bring the greatest happiness to others — that is the true meaning of Christmas”[2]

The phrase is especially associated with Charles Dickens‘ A Christmas Carol (1843), in which an old miser is taught the true meaning of Christmas by three ghostly visitors who review his past and foretell his future.

The topic was taken up by satirists such as Stan Freberg and Tom Lehrer during the 1950s and eventually by the influential TV special A Charlie Brown Christmas, first aired in 1965 and repeated every year since. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1957) also illustrates the topos, and was very influential in the form of an animated TV special produced in 1966. The phrase and the associated morale became used as a trope in numerous Christmas films since the 1960s.

The phrase found its way into the 2003 Urbi et Orbi address of Pope John Paul II, “The crib and the tree: precious symbols, which hand down in time the true meaning of Christmas!”[3]


Source: True meaning of Christmas – Wikipedia

Who is “The Gun Industry”? North Carolina People at the USCCA Concealed Carry Expo, Part 4 | Gun Culture 2.0

My fellow United States Concealed Carry Association Concealed Carry Expo attendees from North Carolina might have been wondering when they were going to get a shout out as part of “The Gun Industry…

Source: Who is “The Gun Industry”? North Carolina People at the USCCA Concealed Carry Expo, Part 4 | Gun Culture 2.0

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