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Mateusz KanigowskiStaff Contributor

Based in Poland, Mateusz is an active outdoor enthusiast and founder of Designed To Fight, a consulting service with direct focus on practical use of tactical gear and military apparel. He is also a firearms and shooting instructor and attends training often. For past three years he has worked as a copywriter and consultant for one of the most advanced European manufacturers of body armor and tactical textiles.

Camouflage your weapons and equipment with EC Paint

NFM debuts EC Paint® demonstration video at Eurosatory 2014 in Paris, France. Read more

Operating the AK-47

Mateusz Kanigowski discusses the value of effective training with AK weapon systems. Read more

Designed To Fight: 2013 Tribute

A look back on 2013 with Poland’s Designed To Fight and TACOPS MEDIA. Read more

Introducing Best Hunters Team from Poland

Best Hunters Team debuts from Poland with new promo video produced by TACOPS MEDIA partners, Designed to Fight. Read more

Combat Patrol Uniform from Helikon-Tex

The Designed To Fight Crew Review the Helikon-Tex Combat Patrol Uniform™. Read more

First Spear Strandhogg Solutions

With unconventional solutions applied to traditional components, First Spear offers forward-thinking approaches to battlefield-critical needs in their 6/12 and Tubes system. Read more

S.E.R.E.1 - Extrema Ratio Knives Division

Mateusz Kanigowski and the “Designed to Fight” team demonstrate the S.E.R.E.1 multipurpose knife against a standard NIJ IIIA soft ballistic panel. Read more

The UTP - Urban Tactical Pant From Helikon-Tex

Mateusz Kanigowski takes a good look at Urban Tactical Pants designed and manufactured by Helikon-Tex in Poland. Read more

ARCHAEOPTERYX for Everyday Camouflage

We review the Arc’teryx Atom LT and Alpha jackets for concealed carry Read more

Extrema Ratio Shrapnel OG – Short, Sharp and Simple

In this Guns & Tactics review, we introduce you to a design that belongs to one of the youngest knife making branches – the “backup knife”. Read more

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