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Stingray Advanced Combat Helmet

Katylist is steadily building their armor offerings. They recently added helmets including the Stingray Advanced Combat Helmet.


The Stingray Advanced Combat Helmet starts with a ACH shape IIIA shell and is available in high, mid, and standard cut. It features the Ops-Core ARC Rails for mounting various accessories like comms and illumination. It also features an Ops-Core VAS Shroud for mounting night vision.

This helmet is available in Black, Coyote, and Ranger Green. See more at Katylist.

Two New Advertising Partners: Katylist and SHTF Gear

JTT has been blessed with the addition of two new advertising partners. These are the types of companies that I am proud to have on board here at JTT.


Katylist may be new but the people behind it are not. Katylist.com is basically Shellback Tactical’s hard armor site but it will not be limited to hard armor. They will also carry exclusive gear from Shellback Tactical, soft armor, self-aid gear, and more. They have already added several items from Eleven-10 including their excellent Kydex Tourniquet Pouches and they are running a sale on their Level IV Stand Along plates for just 169.95!



I recently had the opportunity to review the ACE-1 Holster from SHTF Gear and I was thrilled with it. The quality is excellent and it carries very comfortably.

SHTF Gear ACE Glock 19

In fact, I recently took a family vacation to a small town known for being very outdoor oriented. I knew I would be walking/hiking a lot so I took my normal carry setup, a Glock 19 in the ACE-1, and an airweight small frame revolver in a “summer special” style IWB holster. I wore the small frame revolver for the first day thinking it would be more comfortable due its small size and lighter weight but by the afternoon, I was ready to be done. I swapped it out for the G19 in the ACE-1 Holster and found that it was far more comfortable than even the compact, lightweight revolver. I wore it for several days more with no discomfort at all in spite of the heat and plenty of movement.

On top of that, SHTF Gear has the most transparent ordering process of any holster company that I have used. They update their site daily with the average lead time from the day before and send you updates as your holster moves through the production process.

These are the types of companies that JTT is happy to recommend without reservation. Consider checking out theirs and all the sponsor’s sites. They help keep the lights on here at JTT and I can personally recommend each of them.

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