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Month: July 2012

New G-Code Holsters!

If you have been following the GITV Blog, you would know that I am a huge G-Code Holster fan. I like their superior RTI (Rapid Transition Interface) mounting platform, which allow the operator quickly change holsters when necessary. As most of you know, I am a huge firearm enthusiast and go to the range and shoot regularly. One of the things that I must do is to test out my gear at the range. Over the years, I tested out numerous holsters; Condor, Blackhawk, Safariland, G-Code, Raven Concealment etc. after extensive testing, I have found the perfect holster set up for myself for both airsoft and real steel shooting.


WE X-Tactical – New Kid on the Block

Springfield Armory is one of the oldest firearm manufacturers in the United States. Founded in 1777, Springfield Armory provided the United States Military, allied forces, law enforcement agency, and responsible civilian shooters all over the world with quality firearms. They made the famous M1A, the semi-automatic version of the M14, and their 1911s are as well known as their M1A rifles. But in 2002, Springfield acquired the licensing and started to produce the Springfield XD series. However, the XD series did not become popular until 06 or 07. That is, until Springfield Armory released the XD(M) in 2009 that attracted a lot of attention in the shooting community.


Echo 1 MTC3 – Unorthodox Carbine

Echo 1 has been providing the airsoft community with quality airsoft guns since 2006 and they have made airsoft possible for the younger, less experienced player. I remember when they first came out with their first line of airsoft electric rifles; they flew off the shelves because of their price tag, quality, and their compatibility to other high end airsoft electric rifles. A few months later, Echo 1 added more models to their line of electric rifles, and everyone in the airsoft community absolutely loved them.