Cajun Navy Charity Patch – Violent Little Machine Shop

Pardon the interruption for a moment. If you are a patch collector, the Violent Little Machine Shop will need no introduction. Doing what they do best, the team at VLMS have put together a charity patch in support of the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Depicting the now famous Cajun Navy, the majority of the proceeds of the sale of these limited edition patches will go to support a TBD relief organization. The cost isĀ $20.

Other firearm and gear companies have announced support programs for hurricane relief, some of which will see air time here at TFB in the days to come. Obviously, any and all support you can provide will be appreciated.

Cajun Navy Charity Patch – Violent Little Machine Shop

This patch goes out in support of all the men and women in the “Cajun Navy” that have answered the call to help their Texan neighbors in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. When Katrina hit a number of years back, Texas had Louisiana’s back -it is now payback time and the Cajun Navy is out in full force. $18 out of the $20 purchase price of this patch will be donated to relief efforts. The $2 Violent Little is “taking” is to cover some of our costs of materials, labor, and credit card fees…just to be up front. We’re still researching to decide what cause will yield the most impact, but it’s going to be something along the lines of the American Red Cross.

3″ Leather Circle, Velcro Back
Limited Edition of 200.
Help a Texan Out

Other awesome patches they offer:

Cajun Navy





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  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Houston resident here.
    Those boys are alright.

    (Thanks for blocking out the F Word. After the hurricane I dont need any more unpleasantness)

    • Giolli Joker

      Glad to know Harvey spared you.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Thanks brother, im good to go.

        • Rick O’Shay

          On that note, from the Austin area I’ve got guys who are itching to get out there and help with cleanup over the next few months. If you know of anyone coordinating cleanup efforts, please let me know how I can get in touch with them.

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Much appreciated.
            I’m completely fine but a lot of people are in bad shape.
            Maybe look at the GRB convention center. They’ve got 10000 people there that could probably use help.
            Anything is appreciated.

    • Thomas Gomez

      Glad you are okay.

    • SP mclaughlin

      Saw a picture on FB of flooding of the intersection of I-10 and Eldridge. I can’t even comprehend it.

      I had to go back to school at TAMU the day before landfall.

    • Jeff Smith

      Glad you’re ok!

    • Brett

      Glad to hear from you and stay dry amigo.

  • john huscio
  • john huscio

    And God bless the cajun navy

  • Gary Dobson

    The only thing, I like to see another charity besides Red Cross get the funds….they have some questionable practices as to how the donated money is spent….

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    I’m in the heights so luckily I’m already there but this thing is insane.
    Glad you’re ok and good job helping your neighbors.

  • Ratcraft

    I have never in my life bought something on line and was sent a confirmation laced with profanity. As if that’s cool or something. I’m not offended, just unbelievable a company operates this way. How pathetic.