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Kilo Bravo EDC Belt: Classy Yet Functional

The first thing that struck me about the belt was its beauty. Kilo Bravo knows leather. If you have any of their holsters, you’ll know that their ability to meld leather and kydex is unsurpassed, and I haven’t seen anyone that can come close to their craftsmanship when it comes to hybrid holsters. The EDC Belt, like the holsters, is nothing short of a work of art. The version that I have is double layered. The two layers are comprised of a thinner exterior layer that weaves through the male end of the cobra buckle, and a thicker, stiffer inner layer that provides an excellent level of stability and rigidity. Read more

Grey Ghost Gear Paladin Belt

Weather you're carrying guns and gear, or just keeping your pants up, this re-designed rigger's belt gets the job done. Introducing the Grey Ghost Gear Paladin Belt. Read more

TAD Ranger Hoodie

Just like your favorite pair of Levis, the Ranger Hoodie from Triple Aught Design should be another staple in your EDC gear wardrobe. Read more

Karrimor SF (Special Forces) Sabre 30 Rucksack

We go packing in the jungles of Latin America with Joshua Haarbrink and the Saber 30 Rucksack from Karrimor SF. Read more

Tactical Belt Clip System

Chris Tran talks about the Tactical Belt Clip System from 212 Tactical Designs, available at Zak Tool. Read more

Neat Freak

Steve Coulston review the Neat Freak Pouch with EDC-insert and ChemLight insert, from Tareinco. Read more
January 4, 2014 Posted by Editor in blog

Guns & Tactics Patches - Available Now!

Perfect for your backpack, jacket, or hat - Guns & Tactics Magazine Patches are on sale now! Read more

Introducing the Snagmag

Designed to look like a knife riding in your support-side front pocket along the outside seam, the Snagmag enables the user to carry a spare magazine comfortably and discreetly, while still allowing for a fast draw. Read more

The Notch Hat

Notch sets out to make one of the most worn pieces of headwear on the planet, the baseball cap, even better than it already was. Read more

The Trijicon VCOG 1-6x24

An introduction to the Trijicon VCOG 1-6x24 variable powered riflescope at the NASGW Annual Meeting. Read more
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