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TD Tombstone Flannels Are Back!

Friday, October 18th, 2019

This year’s layer-slayer sports updated buttons & trims.  Still in our beloved Soft Brushed Cotton Stretch now in our new 3-color plaids & heather solids.

Made from a mid-weight brushed cotton “stretch” woven to deliver comfort and warmth, our TD Tombstone Flannel is a semi-fitted button-down shirt featuring a number of important details specifically tailored towards our customer.  For TD’s “fast draw” access, we replaced the front 2 bottom buttons with low-profile, plastic snaps that will allow the wearer to access their concealed weapon faster and help reduce the chance of getting hung up on the shirt hem. There are 2 large chest pockets, with the right side sporting a handy sunglasses loop.   Small branding hits on the front pocket and back neck add that extra attention to detail.  Our Tombstone Flannel’s standard fit is tailored to drape naturally over the waistline, helping to conceal your firearm and extra mags.  As always, we strive to give the customer value and quality in all TD products. 

-Soft Brushed Cotton Stretch Flannel
-Quick Draw Snaps allow easy CCW access
-2 Button Down Chest Pockets
-Sunglass Loop
-Dual Button cuffs 
-Athletic Fit





FirstSpear Friday Focus – ACM Hooded Field Shirt

Friday, October 18th, 2019

This Friday we are taking a look at another extremely popular garment from the FirstSpear American Wool line up. We are still looking at the lightest weight FS wool package ACM BASE-100, this time on the Hooded Field Shirt. Generously cut with an oversized hood with absolutely no hardware makes for an incredibly comfortable and highly functional base layer or perfect stand alone top when temperatures are fluctuating.

Get all the natural performance characteristics of merino wool in a stylish comfortable and light weight package. Available now in Sand, Charcoal, Heather Grey, Commando, and Black. FirstSpear American Wool is 100% Berry Compliant.


AUSA 19 – MOOG’s Reconfigurable Integrated Weapons Platforms Features PASEO Sight by SAFRAN Optics 1

Thursday, October 17th, 2019

Weapon integrator MOOG has incorporated the SAFRAN Optics 1 PASEO Modular Advanced Stabilized Sight on their Reconfigurable Integrated – Weapons Platform.

RIwP is a remote turret which can be configured in multiple ways including for multiple missiles, direct fire weapons and sight combinations. All direct fire weapons feature reload under armor for increased crew protection.

RIwP is currently being offered as an upgrade to the US Army’s Stryker as well for the SHort Range Air Defense system.

PASEO incorporates day color HDTV cameras, cooled thermal imager, and eye-safe laser rangefinder. The day cameras allow continuous, motionless zoom. Images are always stabilized, even while on the move. The system provides panoramic scan mode for 360 deg coverage and when connected to an Inertial Navigation System, threat geo-location. It can also be armored for increased survivability.

Dual PASEO systems are currently deployed on the Cockerill 3000 series vehicle. One is used by the vehicle commander and the second by the gunner to allow independent Target acquisition and overall situational awareness.

AUSA 19 – WL Gore & Assoc Integrated Cabling for Soldier Systems

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

I first saw Gore’s Integrated Cabling for Soldier Systems at DSEI last month in London. I was quite pleased to see that they had brought the technology across the pond to the US. Gore’s cable systems are across the board, lighter, more flexible and less prone to breakage than alternatives, thanks to the ePTFE exteriors. Using them to provide power and databus within an armored vest, was a logical step.

The armor vest itself was manufactured by WL Gore partner brand Costas Siamidis, which is based in Greece. The actual Gore cabling is inside of this vest. They are connector agnostic, which is important considering there are at least four different connectors on the market.

This is what their cable bundles look like and they will configure them how needed. Compared to other systems, they are less than half the weight and much less bulky.


AUSA 19 – Gentex Celebrates 125th Anniversary

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

Gentex has been doing business for an amazing 125 years! To celebrate, they displayed some of their early helmets at AUSA.

This Marine Corps Combat Vehicle Crewman helmet dates from 1963 a s the Navy flight helmet next to it dates from 1951. They rounded out the display with their latest designs for SOCOM.

Helikon-Tex Launches New US Web Store

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

In October Helikon-tex launched their new web store for the US market. We hope that our US-based customer base will find our products more easily. With this new platform, we can provide our US customers with benefits like:

– warehouse in the USA,

– faster delivery,

– lower delivery costs,

– local service



AUSA 19 – G-Tech Hand Warmer

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

Quantico Tactical showed us a product that is in high demand. Manufacturer G-Tech specializes in heated clothing and likewise, their waist mounted hand warmer is powered. It’s been used commercially by the NFL, CFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA, PGA Tour, LPGA Tour and major sporting events such as the 2016, 2018 and 2020 Ryder Cup. Now, they’ve updated the materials and paint job to offer a Berry compliant version.

There are many hand warmer out there, but this one has a heated bar running through the middle that you grab onto.

It features three power settings: Low, Medium and High which offers 6, 4 and 2 hours of heat respectively. But you don’t have to have it going all of the time, plus it’s fleece lined, extending the operational use.

Currently offered in Black, Coyote and MultiCam.

Admiral Scott Moore joins Board of Directors of Wild Things, LLC

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019

NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2019 — Wild Things, LLC (“Wild Things” or the “Company”), an ASGARD Partners & Co. (“ASGARD”) portfolio company, today announced that Admiral Scott Moore has joined its Board of Directors.

Admiral Moore retired in 2014 as a Navy Rear Admiral with over 30 years in Naval Special Warfare (“NSW”). During his impressive career, he led at every level of NSW, from SEAL platoon commander, to Commander of the Nation’s premier Counterterrorist Force, to Deputy Commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, where he was responsible for training and equipping a 7,000 person force. He also commanded a 1,500 person Joint Task Force in Afghanistan, which conducted over 2,000 missions against enemy leaders.

His staff tours included assignments as director of Counterterrorism on the National Security Staff, White House, directly briefing The President of the United States; as the Assistant Operations Officer for Counterterrorism, The Pentagon, where he advised the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff daily on counterterrorism operations; and as the Deputy Commander for Operations, Office of Defense Representative, Pakistan, where he coordinated NATO operations with Pakistani military leaders.

Admiral Moore currently serves as CEO of Karakoram Group, which he co-founded, an organization that focuses on solving global commercial security problems.

“We are more than excited to welcome Admiral Moore to the Wild Things board of directors. Admiral Moore is an accomplished leader with over three decades of experience in NSW, which will provide valuable insights into the needs of the warfighter. We are confident Admiral Moore will make an important and positive impact on the Company,” said Christian Cantalupo, Partner of ASGARD.

“I have a lot of respect for the Wild Things mission to protect extraordinary men and women taking extreme risks in uncertain conditions,” said Admiral Moore. “I have always admired the Wild Things brand and product, having used it firsthand in the field, and am looking forward to contributing to the Company’s next level of success.”