New Handgun KYWI Pouches from Esstac – G43X, Sig P365, and 40° Angled Mag Pouches

Esstac has been busy churning out new handgun magazine pouches including options for the Glock 43X, Sig P365, and 40° Angled Single Pistol KYWI. These feature the same KYWI construction that you know and love with a Cordura outer pouch with an internal tensioner.

The G43X and Sig P365 pouches are identical. It fits G43X magazine, Shield Arms S15 magazines, and P365 magazines. There is a gap between the pouches that makes grabbing a single magazine a bit easier. These pouches are intended for belt use (not recommended for use on PALS webbing).

The 40° Angled Single Pistol KYWI is built like the standard Single Pistol KYWI with the addition of a section of One-Wrap that allows the pouch to be belt mounted at an angle. It is available with either the standard double-stack magazine insert or an insert specifically for 2011 magazines.

Find them at Esstac.com:

G43X and Sig P365 KYWI

40° Angled Single Pistol KYWI

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Sneak Peek: RMJ Tactical Meat Tenderizer Paperweights

RMJ Tactical’s new Meat Tenderizer Paperweights are, you know, for tenderizing meat. Knuck collectors will be thrilled to have an option like this available from RMJ Tactical. They will be available in 2-4 weeks in either brass (around 13 ounces), steel (around 13 ounces), or aluminum (around 5 ounces) options.

RMJTactical.com

Brass and steel
Aluminum
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Serepick Comb Kit

Serepick’s Comb Set covers many of the most common solid body padlocks you are likely to encounter. These full size comb picks feature sandwiched metal handles and come in a set of 4 combs with a tension wrench.

For those who are unfamiliar with combs, they capitalize on the fact that many lock makers leave too much room above the pin stacks for ease of manufacture. A comb, when selected properly for the specific lock to be bypassed, allows the user to push the entire pin stack above the sheer line in order to rotate the lock. Sometimes this can be done with just the comb but it can be easier (or even necessary) to use a tension wrench in combination with the comb.

SerePick.com

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Delta2Alpha Ragnar Bands

If you’ve used ranger bands made from bicycle tire inner tubes, you know how handy they can be for things like adding some grip to a slipper firearm, managing strap ends, starting a fire, or attaching a thing… to another thing. However, you probably also know that, while they can be made in a variety of sizes, big isn’t usually one of them and that they eventually crumble into a mess.

The Delta2Alpha Ragnar Bands are larger than typical homemade ranger bands. They are also not a cut-up-from-something-else or repackaged product. They are made from the ground up to Delta@Alpha’s specs. Each band is about 4 inches long (when flat) and can stretch to 8″. They are 3/8″ wide.

The Ragnar Bands (which is a clever name, by the way) can be used in all the same ways that you might use a ranger band. However, you may find that the larger size makes them more versatile and the better materials make them more reliable than regular ranger bands.

Delta2Alpha.com

Ragnar Bands are also available from Tuff Possum Gear: TuffPossumGear.com

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