Tactical

If it has a tactical application it will be found here. From Military and Police Gear to high quality commercial products designed for the discerning shooter.

FirstSpear MTAP Medic Bag Review

I recently had the opportunity to demo the FirstSpear Medical Trauma Assault Pack (MTAP) bag. Demo in this case means I beat the living snot out of it for the last 6 months. I’ve had multiple “tactical” medicine bags from all the big name brands and decided to try a bag from a high-end manufacturer like FirstSpear for once. Due …

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Vanquest Envoy 2.0 Messenger Bag Review

A quick search of our Facebook page or this blog would clearly indicate that we love bags. I have SBR bags, EDC bags, little bags, big bags, range bags, rifle bags and on and on. If you can put something inside, close it with strings, Velcro or a zipper, I likely have it or have tried it. The one bag …

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Jones Tactical Cobra Belt Review

A belt seems pretty simple. It seems like something that mankind has dealt with since moving from loin cloths to trousers. Now with the amount of people who have a CPL a belt maybe the most important part of the equation. I have been carrying a firearm since around 2003, and in that time I have learned the importance of …

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KAK Industry Super Sig SB-15 Tube Review

Few products have gone from new to prolific as fast as the Sig Brace. Designed originally to help disabled vets shoot ar-15 pistols. This niche product soon found mainstream approval when the ATF approved it for use when shoulder firing a pistol. Once the clarification letters from the ATF hit the open market and news sites stores sold out of …

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The end of the Sig Brace?

According to a recent post the ATF may be making an attempt to back peddle on the Sig Brace. Black Ace Tactical owner Lemoine told Shooting Sports Retailer the ATF letter applies solely to the shotgun design submitted to the Firearms Technology Branch and doesn’t apply to uses with AR pistols. “When it comes to the AR stuff, I don’t know anything about …

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Techna Clip Review

Holsters have been a recurring topic on our site since the early days. Besides the fact that I am a gear whore, we review so many holsters because there are many niches to fill. Concealment Open Carry Fast Access Retention Inside the Waistband Outside the Waistband Appendix Carry Light Bearing Comfort Formal Fitness EDC With multiple style options and individual …

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Kriss SDP Updated Review with M4 Stock Adapter and Sig Brace

Not too long ago we did a review on the Kriss SDP also commonly referred to as the Kriss Vector. The Kriss is a revolutionary gun, completely different from anything else on the market. This drastic shift in design is either loved or hated by those that shoot it. You can read all about our initial impressions and the features …

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Laser Ammo SureStrike Review

So we received Laser Ammo in the mail the other day. When I first checked this company out I thought, this is a novel idea and might have some benefits. That might be the understatement of this year. The team I spoke with at Laser Ammo is knowledgeable and really interested in helping those in the gun community. These are …

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Trijicon ACOG TA31ECOS Review

Up on deck today is one of my longest tested (and honestly most expensive) optical solutions for your favorite tactical modern sporting rigs. The Trijicon ACOG, specifically the TA31 ECOS model. First stop is a little history from the maker (248Shooter readers take note, Trijicon is HQ’d in our beloved Michigan, Wixom). Trijicon was started in 1981 with exactly the …

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