If you are a little bit of a camo nerd (I know a few of you are), you may find this interesting. The excellent Lightweight Assault Pack from Grey Ghost Gear is now available in Germany’s well known camo pattern, Flectarn (500D)!
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Grey Ghost Gear sales are usually pretty epic. This one certainly is.
From Grey Ghost Gear…
Grey Ghost, the parent brand of both Grey Ghost Gear and Grey Ghost Precision, launches its annual Presidents Day Sale today. We here at GG believe the office of POTUS to be a great and terrible thing. Regardless of our personal opinion about any particular C-i-C, his actions or policies, we hold that the office should always be respected. There are those who sometimes forget this — it is, admittedly, easy to do. We have a particular fondness for Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, whose birthdays are this coming Friday and in just about 2 weeks, respectively. You can of course admire whichever Presidents (or none) you prefer. That’s the beauty of a free country.
The details: we’re discounting over 50 items.
Items on Sale 2/8-2/15. No rainchecks on sale, it is while supplies last only.
You can see all 50+ items in the sale category at Grey Ghost Gear. Act fast.
Grey Ghost Gear and Grey Ghost Precision plan to stuff booth #31000 to the brim with shiny, new stuff at SHOT Show 2016. They will be showing a new EDC pack called that Gypsy that they promise will be every bit as great as their popular Throwback pack. Check out the teaser images below.
Grey Ghost Precision is now offering their own stripped AR-15 lower receiver. The cleverly named Cornerstone lower is a forged lower that is built to the same level of detail and tolerances as the billet lowers used on their Specter line of rifles. The lower is machined for a forging by Mega Arms to tighter than mil-spec tolerances.
It has everything you expect from a quality lower like 7075-T6 aluminum construction and a hard anodized finish. It also has some features that go over and above like pictogram selector markings, a nylon-tipped upper to lower fit tensioning screw, and a flared magazine well.
The new Rig Light Jacket is the result of a collaboration between Beyond Clothing and Grey Ghost Gear. The jacket is constructed from Beyond’s 4-way stretch woven fabric to have the durability of a softshell and lighter weight of a midlayer jacket.
The Rig Light Jacket also has a hideaway hood that packs into the collar. It has a zippered chest pocket, zippered hand warmer pockets, and a zippered pocket on each upper arm. The upper arm also has 4×7″ loop material patches on both sides for displaying patches and ID.
Check out the new Rig Light Jacket at Grey Ghost Gear.
Grey Ghost Gear made an already lightweight pack even lighter. Their new Lightweight Assault Pack Mod 1 uses a proprietary diamond pattern, ripstop, nylon to shed about 30% of the weight of the regular Lightweight Assault Pack. The Mod 1 is nearly identical to its heavier (though still lightweight) forerunner but it does away with the clips used to attach to other bags or plate carriers. It is available in black, gray, and Multicam.
Check out the LightWeight Assault Pack Mod 1 at Grey Ghost Gear before a light breeze blows them all away!
Grey Ghost Gear’s new JED Bail Out Bag is now available. This is a compact bag that is designed to fit in tight spaces yet still carry a large, well organized load of gear.
The exterior bag has a massive loop field that is large enough for more than just ID patches. It can be used to mount Velcro backed accessories like holsters and magazine pouches. Each end is capped with a flap covered pouch.
The main compartment is secured with a full length zipper to give easy access. The interior features several mesh pockets and elastic organization.
The JED Bail Out Bag comes with a shoulder strap with removable pad.
Check out the Grey Ghost Gear JED Bail Out Bag.
Noveske and Grey Ghost Gear sitting in a tree… K I S S I N G! It looks like Grey Ghost Gear and Novekse Rifle Works are gearing up to make some beautiful music. Noveske AR-15 upper receivers are already available at Grey Ghost Gear but what I am really looking forward to is seeing the exclusive tactical gear that is created for Noveske.
From Grey Ghost Gear…
How do you determine the value of badass2? Can it be reckoned, or is it incalculable?
You’re about to find out.
Grey Ghost Gear (which is bad ass) has teamed up with Noveske (which is equally bad ass). How bad ass is that?
Effective immediately, Grey Ghost Gear will be carrying Noveske uppers and soon you’ll be seeing complete rifles.
Asked to give some background to the relationship between the two innovative companies, GGG Despotrix-in-Charge Lindsey Lea advises, “The love story began with my very first SHOT Show ever. That’s where I met John and Sheri. We’ve been friends since then and now that that Grey Ghost has decided to carry weapons, Noveske was the obvious choice—both out of our respect for John and of course for the obvious fact that they’re superb rifles.”
Buyers will see a Noveske tab on the Grey Ghost website from which to choose from a variety of Noveske models, including the Infidel, Rogue Hunter in 16” and 18”, some of the 10” uppers in both 5.56 and 300BLK and others.
Noveske Rifle Works’ Sheri Johson echoes Lea’s sentiment. “The people at Grey Ghost Gear are some of the best I know, really,” Sheri says. I’ve been a fan forever. When they came to me about high quality AR parts…well, it was obvious we were going to do it.”
Rumor has it Grey Ghost Gear may reciprocate by building a Noveske-specific line of gear like concealed carry messenger bags, a 3-gun setup and the like. You’ll want to watch for that.
Fans of both GGG and Noveske are also well advised to keep an eye on both companies’ social media. There will be a joint giveaway soon involving both Facebook pages and possibly Instagram—prizes will be Noveske uppers and GGG goodness.
Grey Ghost Gear + Noveske……badass2
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You can’t help but expect great things from the strategic partnership of Grey Ghost Gear and Karrimor SF. Grey Ghost Gear has been working fairly extensively with the PenCott family of camo patterns and based on this sneak peek that they released (image below), PenCott is coming to the Karrimor SF line and that is very good news for fans of the patterns like myself.
This is exiting news. Thanks to a deal that has been a long time coming, Grey Ghost Gear is now the exclusive US distributor for Karrimor SF products.
From Grey Ghost Gear:
At long last, Grey Ghost Gear’s offering of packs built by the UK’s Karrimor SF is finally available! No longer will end users in the US need to order it from across the pond and have it shipped back here (or trade off some of their own kit to the Brits in a deployed location). We’ve got them on hand, in several types and multiple colors, with more to come.
Karrimor SF has been in existence since 1995. It is a direct descendent of the original Karrimor brand that has equipped British soldiers and adventurers since the end of WWII.
Based in Exeter (Devon, UK), Karrimor SF’s gear has fought insurgents and Taliban since OEF and OIF started; it has also literally climbed mountains, gone on safari or otherwise adventured on every continent in the world. The KSF brand was conceived by innovator and designer Deric Gollop and the KSF team, who used contemporary technologies and developments from the civilian world to build specialty packs for military Special Forces (such as the SBS, SAS, SRR and others) and law enforcement units—not unlike what Grey Ghost Gear has been doing here in the US.
“It was a natural fit,” says Grey Ghost Gear’s Director of Business Development Lindsey Lea. “It took nearly a year and a half to get it done, but the Karrimor SF packs are in stock and ready to ship—and so we’re clear, there’s no need to worry about quality. If having the UK’s forces torture test this stuff in Iraq and Afghanistan wasn’t sufficient, we’ve been abusing our own samples in the field. They are good to go.”
Grey Ghost Gear is the exclusive US distributor of Karrimor SF products. Their packs and LBE are built in Vietnam to exacting British MoD (Ministry of Defence) standards, supervised by KSF personnel who live on site. You can see the entire line of packs here.
“You won’t have to drink tea and crumpets or call it a bergen to wear Karrimor SF,” Lindsey says. “No scones or Earl Grey or funny accent required—just a desire for well built, field-proven gear.”
Now is your chance to get to know the UK’s premier tactical pack maker without going through the headache of importing one of their packs. Check out the Karrimor SF line at Grey Ghost Gear.