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Sneak Peek: Dark Star Gear/Aridus Industries Q-DC Carriers

The Q-DC, or Quick-Detach Carrier, from Aridus Industries already offers somewhat magazine-like feeding functionality with its ability to quickly swap shell carriers to the side-plate of your shotgun. So, why not offer a magazine-like way to carrier them?

Aridus Industries and Dark Star Gear are collaborating on a new kydex carrier for the Q-DC. The prototypes are being tested (shown above). They appear to be MOLLE compatible and offer retention via a ranger band. These will be available directly from Aridus Industries once they are in full production.

Stay tuned for details.

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Sneak Peek: Sionics 9mm AR-15

It looks like Sionics is up to something…

RE Factor Tactical ASFAB Waiver Shirt

RE Factor Tactical on their newest shirt:

If you’re gonna be dumb, you better be tough. The all new ASVAB Waiver T-Shirt for all the rock eaters out there.

Check it out at REFactorTactical.com.

Good News – SB Tactical Announces SBA3 Brace is Now Shipping

SB Tactical’s new SBA3 is one of their most hotly anticipated Pistol Stabilizing Braces to date. It was announced months ago, but it has not been available to purchase… Until now. SB Tactical has announced that the SBA3 is now shipping.

The SBA3 mounts on a standard mil-spec receiver extension (buffer tube) and is adjustable for length. You can check it out at SB-Tactical.com.

 

Midwest Industries Henry 45-70 M-LOK Hand Guards

Midwest Industries’ new line of M-LOK Hand Guards for popular Marlin 336 lever action rifle have been a hit. Now they are developing hand guards for other common lever action rifles like those from Henry.

The new Henry 45-70 M-LOK Hand Guards are MI’s first release for Henry rifles. These hand guards are machined from 6061 aluminum and hard coat anodized. The rail is 11″ long and weighs in at just 5.5 ounces. It features both a fixed sling stud and QD sling swivel sockets on both sides.

MI plans to introduce M-LOK Hand Guards for other Henry rifles in the future.

Midwest Industries Henry M-LOK Hand Guards

Mossy Forge Tomahawks

Mossy Forge is a blacksmith that hand forges a variety of different tomahawks with some interesting shared features. Their tomahawks are often forged from reclaimed materials like 5160 leaf springs or quality vintage metal tools. Their designs also tend to have deep relief cutout behind the beard of the tomahawk (the lower part of the cutting edge) that lightens the tomahawk and allows the user to choke up for controlled cuts or carving.

They are probably best known for their Viking Axe (previously known as the Goshawk). This is a hammer poll tomahawk with a curved cutting bit. It is has a distinctive, deep beard that allows the user to grip high on the haft, behind the cutting edge. The Viking Axe features a lugged head that gives it more surface area to engage the haft. It available with a number of different haft lengths, wraps, and sheath options as are many of Mossy Forge’s tomahawks.

You can check out Mossy Forge on Etsy.

Arbor Arms Tradesmen SALT Belt System

Arbor Arms just released their new modular belt – the Tradesmen SALT Belt System.

From Arbor Arms USA:

The Tradesmen Segmented Adaptive Lasercut Trio (SALT) Belt System is a  minimalist  3 belt system consisting of

  1.  the Keeper belt (worn on the pants  with loop Velcro to mate the molle sleeve),
  2.  the  Sleeve (mates to keeper belt, allows for molle attachment and wraps around  Core Cobra belt)
  3. the Core Cobra belt (this both holds the Sleeve on and provides base for 1 3/4″ belt loop attachments ie; holsters and water wings)

The Keeper belt can be worn as the base of the SALT Belt System or alone as an EDC belt.   The Keeper is attached via an adjustable G-Hook in a tailless configuration allowing for both gross and fine adjustment in size when transitioning from IWB carry to battle belt.  There are 6″ of movement in the gross adjustment/connection section and 4″ of movement in the fine adjustment section.  The steel G-hook can also be replaced with a split ladder lock to make the belt non metallic.  It is constructed of type 13 webbing with an 1.5″ strip of loop sewn on with channels to hold up to four 3/8″ zip ties.  This loop is also the matting surface for the Sleeve.

The Sleeve  is less than 2-1/4″ tall and less than 7/8″ thick but still boast; Squadron@ construction, 1.5″ hook Velcro strip for matting to the keeper belt, 3/8″ of foam padding, 2″x.060″ HDPE stiffener,  2 MOLLE rows , and 1-3/4″ web belt attachment.   But what makes this truly unique is that every 2 MOLLE columns are cut in to tabs that wrap around the Core Cobra belt allowing you to “Unwrap” MOLLE pouches and allow the removal of web belt attached items like water wings and holsters WITH OUT restringing the entire Core Cobra belt.

The Core Cobra belt can be used by itsself or with the Sleeve. It is built from a continuous piece of type 13 webbing ( break strength of 7,000 lbs) and an AustriAlpin Cobra Buckle (break strength of 18kN) We fold and sew a segment of the webbing down to 1″ which allows  us to use a 1″ fixed  buckle and create a soft loop for attaching carbines, safety lanyards, and slings.  This configuration allows the Core Cobra belt to be strung through pants belt loops and the belt loops on many accessory pouches.

You can check out the new belt at ArborArmsUSA.com.

Snake Eater Tactical Rifle Magazine Inserts

There are a variety of hook-backed rifle magazine inserts on the market thanks to an explosion of applications for them. Everything from modular chest rigs, to kangaroo pouches on plate carriers, or even loop fields inside backpacks can makes use of these inserts. While there are a ton of choices, few are as lightweight and slim as the new Rifle Magazine Inserts from Snake Eater Tactical (SET).

The Rifle Magazine Inserts are actually SET’s second crack at hook-backed rifle magazine pouches. The new version (V2) is constructed from 4″ wide heavy duty elastic webbing with hook material sewn on the back. The biggest update is the new flared opening that SET claims makes one handed mag insertion easy. That mitigates the most often encountered drawback to elastic magazine pouches.

Check out the Rifle Magazine Inserts at SnakeEaterTactical.com.

StickThisOn.com Velcro Morale Patch Hat

Most “tactical’ hats have a roughly 3″ x 2” loop field for attaching patches. What if the patch you want to attach is larger than that or maybe an non-standard shape? StickThisOn.com designed their new Velcro Morale Patch Hat to give the wearer more flexibility in the patches they display and how they display them.

The new hat is a 6 panel, trucker style with mesh sides and a snap back. The front 2 panels of the hat are made entirely from loop material. That is a lot of patch real estate.

The Velcro Morale Patch Hat is limited to 100 pieces. Each hat comes with a free patch of your choice.

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Note: At that time of this writing, the Velcro Morale Patch Hat shows “out of stock” because it has not been released. It will be available soon.

Glock Magazine Disassembly and Punch Combo Tool from Bastion

Glocks can be mostly disassembled with just a 3/32″ punch but removing the magazine base plates with a punch can be a bit of a pain.

The new Glock Magazine Disassembly and Punch Combo Tool from Bastion provides the user with a fold-out punch for most disassembly tasks and leverage tool designed to make removing base plates a snap. The tool is machined from T6 aluminum and anodized black. It works with all generations of the Glock 17-41.

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