Tag: Gear

Review Posted: Cloud Defensive REIN: Innovation, Technology, and All the Lumens

Cloud Defensive established itself, first with its tape switch controls and then with its Optimized Weapon Light. But in 2020 it released the REIN weapon light that builds upon the lessons and knowledge gained in producing some of the most durable lights on the market.

Review Posted: SME Wi-Fi Optical Scope Camera

Similar to the Spot Shot Wi-Fi Camera, the Wi-Fi Optical Scope Camera by Shooting Made Easy offers the same unique device for hunters and long-distance shooters—but includes the added feature of an integrated hi-resolution screen.

Review Posted: Lynx Defense Ankle IFAK: Always Have the Life-Saving Essentials

The Ankle Medical Kit by Lynx Defense is an ideal way to carry basic IFAK items, in a discrete fashion so that they are readily available when needed. Scoring 21 of 25 points possible the Ankle Medical Kit did well for its excellent cost to the consumer, and relative light weight while worn.

Review Posted: Grey Man Tactical Armor Panels: Hangers for Hard Use Professionals

Similar to its other Rigid MOLLE Panel Series, Grey Man Tactical has further expanded its line of rigid panel inserts to include a Tough Hook configuration for plate carriers, and headrest mount for ballistic helmets.

Review Published: 2020 Tour Waistpack: Use Your Hips, Not Your Back

Built on a legacy of outdoor gear and accessories, the 2020 Tour is the newest version to one of the most popular lower lumbar waist packs offered by Mountainsmith.

Review Posted: Pelican 80QT Elite Cooler: For the Deep Freeze

With its Elite Wheeled Cooler series, Pelican has brought its rugged hard case design to those who need to keep the supplies or harvest cold for extended periods of time.

Review Posted: JTAC Multi-Mount Tourniquet Pouch: Anywhere and Anytime

The Multi-Mount Tourniquet Pouch from JTACtical Solutions provides the ability to keep a tourniquet (TQ) in a variety of mount positions, so that it is always immediately accessible. Scoring 19 points out of 25 possible, the MMTP and its second generation the 2.0 performed well for its good showing in cost to the consumer, ease of access, durability and functionality.

Review Posted: Marksmenship Training Aids: Show Them the Way

The Marksmanship Training Aids by TrainingSights.com have made it easy for both instructor and student to visualize the same sight picture, and improve the lessons learned.

Review Posted: Safariland 6304 v 7304 Holsters: Head to Head

Recently released, the 6304RDS (RDS standing for Red Dot Sight) and the 7304RDS Drop-Rig holsters by Safariland are among the newest of the Automatic Locking System (ALS) series of holsters. While each features some of the same fundamental aspects that lend themselves to the Safariland legacy, each is slightly tailored to a different end user.

Review Posted: MantisX Elite Training Device: Training With Technology

Scoring a total of 22 points out of 25 possible, the MantisX Elite did well for its excellent showing in durability, function, and weight. For full details read our complete review.

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