Oct 13 2015

North American Manufacturing and Tactical Medicine with CTOMS

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As part of our continuing search for awesome North American companies that manufacture awesome things, we turn our attention to Chris Kopp of CTOMS. CTOMS manufactures some of their own gear, retails other top shelf gear, and provides first rate emergency medical and tactical climbing, rope access, and rescue training. They also have an excellent blog called Private Bloggins that deals with the business and various things that relate to the equipment they sell or make.

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Jul 20 2015

S&J DSC Pouch

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The cat was out of the bag a week or two ago but I was really busy with my wedding so here it is. I was signed on as a Digital Contributor for RECOIL . Nothing will change for the most part on here because of this. You just might see more linked posts like this one. With that check out my review on the very awesome way of carrying more shotgun shells on you.

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Apr 10 2015

INFORCE APL 200 Lumens

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I have wanted an INFORCE APL(Auto Pistol Light) badly ever since its initial release, however the issue was that I did not have a pistol at that time. Thankfully, when I got my Glock the new improved version of the APL came out in flat dark earth colour.

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Feb 21 2015

ECHO NiNER Patch Pouch

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A industry friend of mine fired me a package of goodies several months back. In it was the Echo Niner Patch Pouch that has been used in various roles since then. The patch pouch is a male Velcro backed patch with female Velcro on the outside. A flap opens in the back allowing items to be stored on the inside.

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Nov 2 2014

Nuko Tools

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Every now and then I am going to be doing mini reviews on gear that I like or use that might not warrant me prattling on for a few thousand words about. In this case I will be writing about my four different Nuko Tools. I met Norman around three years ago and he is the mad scientist behind Nuko Tools. We were at a Usual Suspect Network get together and he hooked me up with a G10 Punchring and a titanium Nukohead (at the time I think it was called GBI which was short for Grin and Beat It). Norman remarked that I had massive fingers and that the titanium Nukohead would fit me better than his current G10 versions. Over the next few years Norman and I have had lots of dealings together and I am happy to call him a friend. He makes some great discreet pocket impact tools and enjoys what he does. As with any sort of impact weapon please check your local laws to determine their legality.

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