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RPAMS Can Am Commander SXS Tactical

Innovative Side-by-Side Kits for Military, Law Enforcement, Commercial Security and Outdoor Adventurers from RP Advanced Mobile Systems.

When we attended the Crimson Trace Midnight 3-Gun Invitational last August, we enjoyed an opportunity to meet up with RP Advanced Mobile Systems and test the all new RP Can Am Commander SXS Tactical in the Central Oregon desert. Needless to say, we had a blast putting the vehicle through its paces as we tested for reliability, durability and capabilities. As expected, the Commander met all the challenges we could put in front of it while taking us for an awesome ride!

In this video, Nick Mooers provides viewers with a tour of the vehicle highlighting many of its unique features and configuration advantages. As you’ll see, the Commander really performs well under stress, even in the desert heat, which reached into the upper 90’s F during both days of testing.

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

The RPAMS Can Am Commander SXS Tactical delivers with a 1,000cc Rotax engine, pumping 86 horses. On the front, the Commander is wearing a set of rubber push bumpers and lurking just behind the bumpers is a WARN Industries winch powerful enough to get you out of almost any situation. Multipurpose track borders the hood of the vehicle allowing for plenty of tie-off access points and carrying of gear.

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

Ready to roll, the Commander sits on RPAMS SOF 12-ply run-flat tires, which can be run up to about 40 MPH even with no air in them. Very impressive when supported by the MSI Defense series suspension kit!

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

The cockpit features LTATV Ride Mitigation seats with four-point harnesses and removable back panels that allow for operators to wear backpacks, oxygen tanks, etc. The soft-top MOLLE roof allows for a plethora of storage attachment options that can be immediately and quickly accessed.

The Commander SXS Tactical can also be configured with a flat gun mount for the M249 and other variants. It’s easily adjustable and provides plenty of support for your co-pilot to shoot on the move.

Photo by Jody Lewis | Crossfire Photography

The Commander features additional mounts in the rear to carry fuel cans and/or ammo cans. A quick-release system allows the operator to remove or install these configuration features in about sixty-seconds. Folding stand-off nerf bars border the vehicle, along with additional multipurpose track and storage space in the rear bed.

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

Features

Photo by Jody Lewis | Crossfire Photography

Options

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About RP Advanced Mobile Systems

Based in McMinnville, Oregon, RP Advanced Mobile Systems (RPAMS) designs, develops and manufactures advanced mobility systems for the extreme outdoorsman, as well as military and law enforcement communities. RPAMS specializes at accessorizing your commercial side-by-side (SXS) platform with the most advanced patented bolt-on vehicle upfit systems available. With capabilities that extend to both commercial and government applications, these innovative vehicle systems are truly state-of-the-art.

For the extreme outdoorsman, RPAMS systems provide incredible adaptability to carry your family, friends, tools and essential gear into the field and across various terrain with ease and enjoyment. For commercial security companies, these systems provide incredible flexibility for operators performing surveillance and site protection.

RPAMS military kits are designed to ensure that the U.S. Special Forces, local Law Enforcement and Federal Agencies can be armed with the speed and agility necessary to successfully engage and overcome complex operational challenges in austere environments.

Photo by Jae Gillentine | GUNSANDTACTICS.COM

Learn more about RP Advanced Mobile Systems and their spectrum of products at http://rpadvancedmobilesystems.com.

* Special thanks to the good folks at Tactical Tailor and Rainier Arms for providing us with gear for this video shoot.

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