Yesterday we received a shipment of Source Tactical Gear including several of their hydration carriers and bladders. The exclusive 3 layer coextruded polyethylene construction with glass-like liner creates a taste-free, bacteria-free maintenance, and low maintenance hydration system that rivals any on the market. Out shipment included the following items:
In this GI Live show, Tim and Bob go over a variety of new products including Magpul PTS Go Gun muzzle brakes, Blade Tech Holsters, Banshee Rifle Plate Carriers, as well as Tim VS Bob patches that will be shipped out to players who were at TVB 1, 2, & 4.5.
Bob also show off the new camo scheme he was able to put on his Bravo PJ helmet (with a lot of help from Jet) using an LBX spraypaint and stencil kit.
The Condor EMT Glove Pouch is intended to function like a box of Kleenex but better and for disposable Nitrile gloves. Essentially you would reach in between the elastic flaps that retain the gloves and the gloves unfurl as they come out. We apply that same principle to your red rag. If you are like me then you have experienced those times when you get hit but you continue to be lit up and you realize the hail of BBs will not cease until you deploy your red rag. You grope around frantically for your red rag in your innumerable pockets and pouches; eventually you find it wherever you crammed it the last time you were at regen, only to repeat the process the next time around. The Condor EMT Glove Pouch not only gives you a dedicated spot to carry your red rag, it gives you a quick and easy means to deploy it. It can be mounted to your vest or belt via the included MOLLE straps.
We just got the Specter Gear Christmas Stockings in today and I thought they were amusing so I had to post something. They are constructed from 1000D Cordura Nylon. The front and back of the top edge is covered in loop fastener for the attachment of name tapes and patches. There is also a cord loop at the top to hang over the fireplace. They are available in OD, Black, ACU, Coyote, and Multicam.
At $15 ($16.50 for ACU and Multicam) I would definitely recommend picking one of these up if you are shopping for an airsofter this Christmas. It will bring them joy for years to come given the normally “bomb-proof” quality of Specter Gear products.
Recently I have been intrigued by the MP7A1 in use by the Navy SEALs. I set out to make a parts list for a airsoft replica NSW (Navy Special Warfare) MP7A1. The optic they use does not appear to be consistent but appears to be a smaller red dot of some make. Also, their MP7A1s are often seen with a Dark Earth PEQ15A and suppressor. I have included a couple reference pics along with a parts list below.