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HAPO Package Deal from SORD

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Australian manufacturer SORD is offering a package deal for their HAPO Rig. Designed for use by freefallers, it’s meant to be worn like a battle bra and features a joey pouch for 3 x 30RD shingles or can be closed up when not required. The commander panel is designed to be opened once under canopy with a Magellan GPS pouch inside the panel in a see-thru plastic pouch as well as spaces for glow-sticks as well as a map pocket. The ensemble comes with a radio pouch and webbing loops in the shoulders so antenna and the comms cord can be routed through the webbing and secured during free fall. As part o fthe package deal, they’ve included an essential bit of kit, the hook knife combo and armour carrier bag so you can stow all your equipment together when you leave the DZ.

The whole kit and caboodle comes with –
1 x HAPO Rig
3 x 30RD Shingle
1 x Commander Panel HAPO.
1 x Magellan GPS pouch see-thru
1 x Rigger Belt
1 x Hook knife combo
1 x Armour carry bag

www.sordaustralia.com

Australian Army News Covers New Australian MultiCam Uniforms

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Thanks NJ

CrossFire and Mystery Ranch at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference

Sunday, November 4th, 2012

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Mystery Ranch was on hand at last week’s Land Warfare Conference in Melbourne, Australia to support their Australian partner CrossFire. They also displayed their entries for the SCE tender as well as the OZ-NICE in DPCU.

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crossfire.com.au

www.mysteryranch.com

thanks TL

Platatac at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Platatac posted some great photos of their booth at this year’s Land Warfare Conference in Melbourne.

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There’s some cool stuff in here.

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Especially these giveaway hats.

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How To Know If It’s Genuine Australian MultiCam Pattern

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

How can you tell if it’s genuine Australian MultiCam Pattern? Why by branding of course! In these photos taken during this week’s Land Warfare Conference currently being held in Melbourne, Australia, you can see the ADF Tri-Service Crest on AMP.

AMP was developed by Crye Precision specifically for the Australian Defence Force to provide a distinct version of MultiCam in similar fashion to the Multi Terrain Pattern for the UK MoD.

RECON COMPANY Now Stocking PenCott Camo Clothing from SABRE Brand

Monday, October 29th, 2012

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www.recon-company.com

Applied Orange Dabbles in A-TACS

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Applied Orange sourced a few yards of TenCate Defender-M in both A-TACS AU and FG. They made two sample FR-UBAX and have been taking them around Europe to some very positive feedback.

This is a European made combat shirt. It features double bicep pockets; an outer flapped pocket as well as an inset zippered pocket.

www.appliedorange.com

The Agilite Modular Assault Pack

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

www.agilitegear.com