The latest TacPack has arrived has arrived at the JTT compound. The October 2018 box has a lot going for it. Let’s look inside.
You are likely familiar with the concept of TacPack by now. If not, you can read the reviews of the previous TacPacks for some background on this subscription box.
Guntec USA AR-15 Anti-Rotation Pin Set – I find anti-rotation pins to be mostly unnecessary but some shooters like them. These seem reasonably well made at a cursory glance. They are about as compact and low-profile as they can be. They also come with pre-applied blue thread locking compound which shows some attention to detail.
Black Rifle Coffee Company Mug – This is the third Black Rifle Coffee Company mug that I can remember receiving in a TacPack and I’m not even mad about it. These mugs are actually really nice and each one has been different. This one looks great and has a handle that a man can actually hold onto.
JE Machine Tech AR-15 Armorerss Wrench – If you have an AR-15, you need an armorer’s wrench. I don’t have enough time on it to judge its quality but, based on the JE Machine Tech’s website, I am a little skeptical. If it holds up for a few builds or tear downs, I’ll be pleased.
Hexmag AR-15 Magazine – My experience with Hexmags hasn’t been perfect but I do have a handful of them. I use them occasionally for training and I can always find room for another magazine.
TacPack Sticker – It’s a big sticker!
As usual, I only get excited about these boxes when they are useful. The big ticket item in this box is the Armorers Wrench and that is actually pretty useful… as long as it holds up to hard use. It never hurts to add another AR-15 magazine to the stash and I actually really like the coffee mug. Overall, I’m pleased with this box.
If you want to try TacPack, you can check them out at TacPack.com. TacPack hints that the November box will contain a large, US made AR-15 part, some cold weather gear, and Real Avid tool among other things.