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New Impact Sport BOLT digital electronic earmuff from Howard Leight by Honeywell delivers 5X sound amplification, 22dB noise reduction rating, and a lightning-fast .5-millisecond attack time WESTWOOD, Mass. (June 26, 2018) — Whether target shooting, hunting or attending a … Continue reading
The UTM Full Face Anti-Fogging Helmet was designed and developed in conjunction with military and law enforcement customers to be worn while using the UTM Man Marker Round (MMR) during Force‐on-Force training. UTM has the ONLY Full Face Helmet … Continue reading
Stopped by the DKX booth to check out their wares and saw an arrangement that I really liked. In fact, it rocks. Critical Safety Equipment out of Florida and DKX have joined forces to create a ballistic tactical nylon ensemble … Continue reading
Silynx Communications will announce the launch of two new in-ear tactical headset systems – the Silynx Clarus™ and the Silynx Maximus™. The announcement of these advanced systems will be made next week, 21-23 October, at AUSA 2013 in Washington, … Continue reading
I’ll be closing out May with a review of Critical Safety Equipment, CSE Gear, plate carrier and DKX Armor. If you’re unfamiliar with DKX’s products you’ll want to catch my review, which will be out 1 – June. The DKX … Continue reading
Did a quick drive-by the Ceradyne exhibit to find out they are now part of the 3M family, and too take a look at their strike plates. Interesting to note that part of their display included S&S Precision’s innovative plate … Continue reading
The folks at Soldier Systems Daily, via Tactical Fanboy, posted video of product testing in progress at B-MAX’s facility in Empoli, Italy. The company’s testing methodology speaks volumes of the confidence in the efficacy and quality of their ballistic plates. The fact testers look like torpedoes for … Continue reading