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MDM – SERE Industries OM27-S

I saw a lot of interesting gear at Modern Day Marine but the OM27-S from SERE Industries stuck out for a couple of reasons. First off, is the obvious; it’s a multi-functional tool, but creator Tim Langan is also a Marine Corps Veteran and based the design on need. Items built fulfill an operational need always garner my attention.  Langan says, in addition to its use a tool, the OM27-S can also be used for fitness applications. Those of you who participated, may recognize the tool from type US Army’s 2016 Advanced Warfighting Experiment.

The OM27-S consists of the OS-100 Operational MultiPurpose Support Bar which serves as the tool’s shaft, OG-1 MultiPurpose Survival Tool which resembles the spearhead, M5 MultiPurpose Utility Handle which looks like a hammerhead, CCW-101 Cervical Counterweight and MutiPurpose Shovel which is the hexagonal item, and the Tactical Survival Bag/Field Litter-Splint.

The SERE OM27-S Survival Tool is a one-of-a-kind hybrid multi-functioning tactical tool designed for infinite combinations of use and brings the individual a system of over 50 solutions for a variety of operational applications in multiple threat environments in 7.7 pounds.

There’s a lot of capability here. I’m going to try to purchase one to enhance the BII for my Pinzgauer. The SERE Industries OM27-S is available for unit and agency purchase through Federal Resources.

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7 Responses to “MDM – SERE Industries OM27-S”

  1. James says:

    Some good stuff there. Gotta wonder about what I assume is Velcro for the counterweight/shovel head attachment, how is that going to hold up with mud? I would like to see a more conventional shovel head. I do like the thought of a multipurpose counterweight, but batteries,strobes……..

  2. David says:

    I gotta say, I’ve never seen a tool pick up leaves, or hammer into dirt quite as well as this tool did.

  3. Greg says:

    Neat tool, though the video really needs some cheerful western music.

  4. bloke_from_ohio says:

    Needs more “function show”

  5. wazza says:

    Is this going to be available online for purchase ? And ship to Australia ?

  6. Stephen says:

    SSD, who makes that awesome multicam case in that top pic? is it for the tools? because that case looks bitching for a SBR!