by member 28 on 2017-01-18
You want very robust boots you can rely on? Then you need the Meindl Army Pro! Because the feet are very important in combat!
Higher ankle protection than the Army Gore. Full grain leather uppers with soft cuff and tongue lining. Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex® lining. Meindl double density Multigrip sole unit.
Very robust and comfortable boots.
This boot is completely made of leather and can therefore be maintained very well.
by member 28 on 2017-01-04
A red dot sight (RDS) on a handgun is increasingly common to behold. Though the idea isn’t new, the advent of smaller and more durable optics has helped it steamroll along to the point that they’re no longer considered an exotic spectacle. More people will try a handgun with a RDS this year than the last, and that trend will no doubt continue at least through the near future. That being said, not everyone thinks that they’re great.
Picking Up the Dot
A common complaint I hear from people first trying out a pistol equipped with a RDS is not being able to acquire the dot, or not being able to acquire it fast enough. Over the years there have been several different methodologies touted by various competitive shooters and instructors, with some being better than others. In this post I’ll outline some of these methods, and let you know which variations I find to work best.
I would be remiss if I didn’t mention that all these methods will require at least some work on your part. A red dot sight is going to have a taller height over bore (HOB) than your traditional sighting method, and thus will take some trigger time to get used to. Some mounts and optics are taller than others, but that may not be as big of a deal as you think. (mehr …)
by member 28 on 2016-12-30
The DCS (Dynamic Combat System) is a lightweight, low profile system which is rugged, yet ergonomically designed to provide exceptional comfort and functionality. Designed with direct input from active S.F. Operators the DCS is suitable for both Special Forces requirements, and PSD Operations. The DCS can hold large size plates front and Back, and has the ability to carry either “6 x 6” or “6 x 8” side plates. NEXUS N.I.J. Level 3a Front, Back and Side Armour can also be used with I.C.W. style Plates and for additional protection against I.E.D.s armour carrier, with removable sides.
The shoulders are fully adjustable and have an Emergency Release on one side which frees the left hand side shoulder section and allows the operator to remove the Rig without having to remove his helmet. The Side sections of the DCS are fully adjustable for size and can be adjusted in under 15 seconds. 3D Spacer Mesh lining is used for comfort and allows body heat to move away from the bodies surface while assisting in air flow to provide cooling. (mehr …)
by member 28 on 2016-09-01
The new Tavor® X95™ is the next generation bullpup from IWI US, Inc. Upgrades and enhancements from the original TAVOR® SAR include a new fire control pack with a 5-6 lb. trigger pull, repositioning of the ambidextrous mag release to an AR-15 location, a forearm with Picatinny rails at the 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions with removable rail covers, relocation of the charging handle closer to your center mass, a modular Tavor style pistol grip that can be swapped out to a standard pistol grip with traditional trigger guard and a smaller, lower profile bolt release button.
The predecessor model of the X95 MTAR-21 was an extremely compact version of the IWI Tavor, but in 2002 the original MTAR-21 design was abandoned and replaced by a newer design known simply as X95 or Micro Tavor.
It is considered by the types manufacturers to be a separate family of assault rifles, although sometimes still referred to as Micro Tavor or even MTAR. (mehr …)
by member 28 on 2016-07-25
A lightweight and comfortable desert boot made from suede leather with Cordura inserts. Perfectly balanced climate comfort for warm desert regions. The Desert Fox Safari Boots feature an Air-Active Footbed that will absorb and store foot moisture when conditions are really heating up. With reinforced heel area and rubber cap in the front toe area. The multi-grip sole offers optimal traction both in the desert sand and on asphalt. Very comfortable wearing due to the soft tongue. The integrated bending zone on the heel allows furthermore a high level of flexibility.
Comfort is provided by the Poron shock absorber and the high ankle provides support for uneven terrrain or load carrying. The Desert Fox is a robust boot designed to provide comfort, support and a sure grip in desert conditions.
– Upper material: Suede leather
– Sole: Meindl Multigrip® sole, oil- and gasoline resistant
– Footbed with removable AIR-ACTIVE® drysole
– Weight: 800 g