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North American Arms Mini-Shadow

If you like guns, you probably think the North American Arms Mini-Revolvers are cool. If you don’t think their new Mini-Shadow versions are even cooler, check your pulse.

The Mini-Shadow version of the popular Mini-Revolvers features a durable black PVD coating with black rubber grips. These Davidson’s exclusives are available in .22LR, .22MAG, and the 22MS Conversion (comes with cylinders for both .22LR and .22MAG). They can be ordered now on the Davidson’s Gallery of Guns website.

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Sagewood Gear Pack Strop

The Pack Strop from Sagewood Gear is a compact, double sided strop. As you might guess from the name, this compact strop is designed to be easy to carry in a pack for use in the field. It is about 5.5″ x 1.25″ in overall size and constructed from 1/4″ Walnut oiled wood with 6 oz leather pads.

The Pack Strop is available with bare leather or pre-loaded with black (aggressive) and green (fine) stropping compound.


Persec Gear Apple Watch Band

Persec Gear’s Apple Watch band is coming soon. The band is constructed from 1″ webbing in all the colors of the tactical rainbow and then some. It features a sewn in lug to attach to the watch. The webbing is then fed through the other lug and adjusted via a metal triglide. The result is a slim, lightweight band that should take whatever you can throw at it.


More Intel on the Upcoming Hill People Gear Capture Flap

Hill People Gear added the Capture Flap to their website after last week’s tease. It can not be ordered yet but we now have a new image of the back/connectors and a more complete understanding of its features.

From Hill People Gear:

The Capture Flap is a PALS cut, beaver tail style accessory, that can mount to any HPG pack and packs of other manufacturers. You can mount PALS pouches on the front, and either PALS or velcro pouches on the back.

The Capture Flap is mounted via G-hooks that connect to the webbing tabs on our packs. The top of the flap comes with an adjustable amount of webbing to loosen or tighten the flap against the pack.

See it at HillPeopleGear.com

Wise Men Company Pill Bug Tool Roll

The Wise Men Company’s Pill Bug Tool Roll is an EDC-sized tool roll with tactical sensibilities. It is constructed from 500D nylon and features 9 pockets of various sizes. The Pill Bug can be opened and lays flat to present all your tools like any other tool roll. It also folds in half and can then be rolled into a tight bundle which is secured with shock cord.

If you have followed The EDC Tool Roll series on JTT, you haven’t seen many true tool rolls because most are larger than is necessary for the types of tools profiled. The Pill Bug however, is sized specifically for EDC so it might be a solid option for those looking to carry tools from that series.

Check out the Pill Bug Tool Roll at WiseMenCompany.com

First Ever Sale at Gearward

Gearward is hosting their first ever sale and its a doozy. They are offering 25% off everything with no coupon code necessary.

I personally use several of their products. Their Ranger Bands are more robust than homemade, inner tube bands and are great for sling retention, gear management, and even emergency fire starting. Their Compact Survival Cord offerings are my favorite way to carry emergency cordage. The FireBox and Fire Cord waterproof emergency tinders work very well for me. Even the slick new HemiSERE Titanium Lapel Knife is on sale.

These items have never been on sale before, so it might be a good time to stock up. Gearward.com

Teaser: Hill People Gear Capture Flap

Hill People Gear dropped a tasty teaser image today. The image is our first look at the Capture Flap, a laser cut beavertail/tailgate for HPG packs (and others). The compact, lightweight tailgate should be able to attach to several packs and features a laser cut MOLLE compatible grid for affixing additional pouches.

The teaser image shows the Capture Flap mounted on the Conner Pack/Pocket. Stay tuned for additional details.


4th of July Sale at GunfighterINC

GunfightersINC is running a 4th of July Sale. Sale runs from July 3rd  – July 8th. Use the Coupon Code “July4th2018” at checkout for 15% off discount. www.gunfightersinc.com/shop

Wndsn Pocket Quadrant Telemeter

We’ve showed you Wndsn’s pocket calculators before. These trigonometry based tools allow the user to calculate distance, angles, and more with the need for electronics or electricity… none… at all. Their newest tool, the Pocket Quadrant Telemeter, is likely their most ambitious tool yet.

The basic function of this tool is to determine distance based on known object size but it can do a lot more than that. In fact, it has about 50 different known uses and the math involved is flexible enough that people are still finding ways to use it. The Pocket Quadrant Telemeter comes with an acrylic card etched with graphics that contain all the baked in trig functions, a dyneema cord, a tungsten carbide plumb weight, and a sleeve.

It also includes a printed cheat sheet for using Wndsn Telemeters and a digital copy of their comprehensive guide to telemeters. These instructional items are a must if you plan on even scratching the surface of what these tools can do.

Check out the Wndsn Pocket Quadrant Telemeter at WNDSN.com and learn more in their blog post.

Production CCW Blades from MilMak Industries

Milmak Industries has opened pre-orders for the new production versions of their CCW and CCW-L knives. The production CCW blades are being produced by WE Knife Company to MilMak’s specifications and offer a very affordable option for those looking for a defensive knife for center-line carry.

Both the CCW and CCW-L are ground from 5/32″ S35VN steel and come with a kydex sheath from the factory. They feature sculpted black G10 handle slabs with black handle screws over full tang construction. The CCW is 7″ overall with a 3″ blade while the CCW-L is 8″ overall with a 3.75″ blade.

Check out the production CCW and CCW-L at MilMakAZ.com.

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