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Boomslang from Tactical Concealment Manufacturing

During a recent trip to Phoenix, Arizona we had the chance to stop by Tactical Concealment Manufacturing where they showed us a couple of their products. One that stood out is the Boomslang.

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Think of the Boomslang as a Ghillie foundation for your weapon. Offered in Alpha, Bravo and Charlie models, the pre-cut fabric modules are designed to allow full use of the weapon even when draped with garnish.

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The kits consist of four components: Barrel Extension Cover, Barrel Shroud Cover, Scope Objective Cover and Scope Ocular Strap. All components are secured via elastic cord and barrel lock and some sticky Velcro. Additionally, the kits are offered in a variety of different color schemes and integrate 550 cord to attach scrim.

www.tacticalconcealment.com

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10 Responses to “Boomslang from Tactical Concealment Manufacturing”

  1. DBACK020 says:

    Those are very nice. Great look for concealment without all the loose leafy looking parts that get in the way.

    • Riceball says:

      Thing is if you read the article more closely it says at the end that it you can get kits for integrated paracord for attaching scrim. So chances are that while there’s no leafy parts built into this shroud any sniper working out in a woodsy or grassy area will have the paracord kit to attach leafy or grassy bits to help further break up the outline of the rifle.

  2. Matthew says:

    Riceball… at the risk of sounding like an Internet tough guy, I don’t think you studied the article as closely as you suggest. These ARE the ‘paracord kits’, and are designed as a base for attaching local foliage (your ‘leafy’ and ‘grassy’ bits) or synthetic material in order to then appropriately camouflage and conceal the rifle.

  3. Greg says:

    They really need to rethink that boomslang name if they want to be taken seriously.

  4. Mike says:

    It is definitely a badass snake. I watched one drop out of

  5. Mike says:

    It’s definitely a badass snake otherwise I wouldnt have named our product after it.