Tag Archives: MOLLE

Condoms, IFAK’s and Blowout Kits

Protection means different things to different people. Thinking back to my teen years, living in what I thought was a carefree suburb, protection meant a crumpled up, bent and highly compromised condom that I kept in my wallet. It was that one piece of gear that I desperately hoped to use. I mention this because that condom in many ways …

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An EDC Pack That Get’s The Job Done

So you found the EDC movement, or you just have developed a stockpile of items you feel are needed in your daily life. The fact is with advanced technology and an increase in tactical training more people are carrying more things on a daily basis. For the ladies, the Mary Poppins purse is the go to. For the men, we …

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Blue Force Gear RACKminus and SPLITminus Is A Plus

We love Blue Force Gear and that should be no surprise to our regular readers. One of the main reasons for this is they do not rest on old technology. They’re innovating and using the newest advantages in manufacturing and materials evolving and updating battle tested systems. They’re not re-inventing the wheel, instead they’re finding ways to make them lighter, …

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Blue Force Gear SOC-C Modular Padded Belt Review

Recently we attended the Patriot Defense Training Carbine level 1 course. Part of the requirements listed for the class included a way to carry 4 AR-15 magazines and 3 pistol mags. They recommend either a warbelt, chest rig, or mag carrier on a duty/leather belt.   Looking over the large collection of gear that I have amassed over the years it …

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Modular Lightweight Load Carrying Equipment (MOLLE) What is it?

Modular Lightweight Load Carrying Equipment (MOLLE, pronounced Molly) is an Army and Marine Corps item that replaces the aging ALICE (All-purpose, Lightweight, Individual Carrying Equipment) pack, introduced in 1974, and the Integrated Individual Fighting System, introduced in 1988. Origin of the MOLLE Pack MOLLE began when the Department of Defense started looking to replace the ALICE pack in 1994. Soldiers and Marines …

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