We got the unique opportunity to interview a representative from Condor to get an in depth look at their processes and products. Condor has changed quite a bit over the past few years with a much heavier emphasis on making their high quality gear here in the United States. One such product is the Cyclone Plate Carrier, take a look as Tim unravels some details about Condor’s production thought process.
For those living out on the East Coast; be sure to visit Tactical Response Unleashed. They own an awesome airsoft CQB (Close Quarter Battle) field located in Richmond Virginia. While they mostly specialize in firearms training, they are now offering airsoft skirmishes on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s nighttime CQB skirmishes are live from 1700 to 2200 and are available to players age 14 and older. Saturday CQB skirmishes are live from 1200 to 1700 and are available to players age 10-17, but ages 10-11 must be playing with a parent. Tactical Response Unleashed does offer rentals, so whether you are a novice or veteran player, be sure to check out our friends at TRU.
The Condor Tactical Pants are the newest tactical pants from Condor Outdoor. The pants are made with lightweight Ripstop material for the long lasting durability. The Teflon coated surface protects the OE Tech Tactical Pants from stains. The belt loops are perfect for belts which are 1 ¾ inches and below.
In my opinion, the 1911 is the best pistol design ever entered into the theater of war. Most of you would agree with me that John Browning was a genius by creating the 1911 . John Browning created the 1911 pistol just in time for World War I. The 1911 (made by various manufacturers) is still in service today with various special operations groups and elite law enforcement units.
Finding a high performance airsoft 1911 for training which is consistence with my Kimber is not an easy task!
I own a Kimber Custom 1911 Tactical Law Enforcement II. It is the same one which Kimber manufactures for the Elite L.A.P.D. S.W.A.T. (Los Angles Police Department Special Weapon and Tactics) team. My 1911 operates smoothly as long as I keep it in mint condition. I absolutely enjoy shooting that gun.
There are many reasons why special operations groups, elite law enforcement units, and the fastest shooters in the world choose the good old 1911, even though it is more than a hundred years old. But the main reasons are; it is accurate, reliable, durable, smooth and simple to operate. Oh by the way, did I mention it takes the awesome .45 ACP?