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Braeön Offers DIY Repairs On Demand

Monday, February 27th, 2017

Recently launched as a Kickstarter campaign, Braeön touts itself as the “World’s Strongest and Most Adaptable Material.”


A lighter and more versatile alternative to rope, Braeön allows you to create custom grips, handles, and harnesses in seconds. In fact, one example they offer is the creation of a custom knife handle.

It appears easy to use. You expose the narrow tape material to hot air or liquid (140 deg F or more), then work it into place, bonding it together as you go, then let it set, for just a few seconds.

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Designed to be:
-Strong as Steel but Light Like a Feather
-Malleable and Reformable at Low Temperatures
-Adaptable to Most Scenarios
-Moisture Resistant and Paintable
-Excellent in Extreme Cold Weather

Check it out at www.kickstarter.com/projects/braeon/braeon-worlds-strongest-and-most-adaptable-materia

Thanks Nick H!

TacHacker – SureFire DG Switch Hack by Kitbadger

Saturday, November 12th, 2016

Kitbadger shows us how to reinforce the SureFire DG Switch for use with a Kydex Holster. As I’m sure you’re aware, it can get chewed up pretty badly from abrasion caused by the holster.

Armageddon Gear – Gunsmith Apron

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

Armageddon Gear started making these Gunsmith Aprons for George’s crew at GA Precision and quickly received enough interest that they’re now offering them on the site. They’re a good pairing with the Armorer’s Tool Kit Pouch they made for the SOCOM PSR a couple years back.

These 1000D Cordura aprons are available in Black, Coyote, Ranger Green and MultiCam.

 

www.armageddongear.com

Atlas 46 – Journeyman Apron With Cargo Pockets

Monday, September 28th, 2015

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The Journeyman Apron with Cargo Pockets – A46-JMA-CP is an update on Atlas 46’s Journeyman Apron, offering equivalent durability and protection, but with flapped cargo pockets across the bottom.

Features and Benefits

– Rugged 1000D Cordura construction

– Padded shoulder harness for comfort

– Adjustable back and waist straps for proper wear

– Zippered pocket for cell phone or note pad

– Triple front cargo pockets with covered flaps, with slit pockets behind

– Dual hammer loop with AIM webbing on each hip for preferential carry

– Slotted webbing for attachment of add on AIM System pouches and platforms

– Pockets on inside of apron for gloves, rags, etc.

– Hand crafted in the USA

– Available in Black, Coyote, and MultiCam.

www.atlas46.com

Atlas 46 – AIMS 3″ Magnetic Panel

Saturday, August 29th, 2015

Many of us are busy with DIY projects this Saturday so we thoight it wouod be a great time to tell you about the AIMS 3″ Magnetic Panel from Atlas 46.

  

This 3″w x .5″d x 4.5″h panel uses Atlas 46’s AIM attachment system which sandwiches the pouch around the belt (fits up to 2” belt) and allows quick attach without removing the belt. It incorprates six magnets to hold smaller items in place and would be handy for chores. Hand crafted in the USA

  

Available in Black or Coyote.  Also offered in 2″ width.

atlas46.com

Cool Wakizashi Inspired Magazine Mod by ORCA Industries

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

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Orca Industries was inspired by the “little” sword used by Japanese Samurai when they modified these HK VP9 mag extensions. The wakizashi effect was created by combining Tsuka Ito wrap and Dragon Menuki from Steel Flame.

The SureFire How-To Channel on YouTube

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Have you checked out the SureFire How-To channel on YouTube? There are several videos already loaded including this one featuring Barry Dueck as he explains how to properly mount a SureFire suppressor to your rifle.

youtube.com/user/surefirehowto

DIY Thermal Targets

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

PEO-Soldier turned us on to this article in PS – The Preventive Maintenance Monthly on how to make your own thermal targets.

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