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2 Vets Arms Bravo Carbine First To Feature B5 Systems Bravo Keymod Handguards

Monday, November 25th, 2013

Bravo 5

2 Vets Arms has just released its 5.56 Bravo Rifle, the first rifle to feature the B5 Systems Bravo Keymod handguard.

Features:

· 2 Vets Arms 7075T6 billet side charged upper receiver

· 16” 4140CMOV barrel 1/7 twist with A2 Front Sight Base

· 2 Vets 7075 Forged lower receiver

· GI fire controls

· Phase 5 Enhanced Side Charged compatible BAD Lever

· B5 Bravo Stock

· B5 Bravo Forend

· Umbrella Corp grip

Available with Black, OD Green, and Flat Dark Earth furniture.

www.2vetsarms.com/2VA-5-56-Bravo-p/2va556bravo.htm

Photos of the new Bravo Keymod Handguard from B5 Systems

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B5 Systems’ Bravo Keymod Handguard is currently in production and shipping soon. The hand guard features a built in hand stop and heat shield, with slim profile ergonomics. This is only the second drop-in Keymod handguard to come to market and the first done in polymer.

The B5 Bravo is designed to be an end user upgrade over standard M4 furniture, and is being picked up by several OEMs. Initial production will be carbine length followed by midlength and rifle. Polymer Keymod accessories are also on the way.

www.b5systems.com/

The Talos LT Halfshell In Action – Courtesy of Haley Strategic

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Arc'teryx LEAF Talos LT Halfshell

We recently recommended the Arc’teryx LEAF Talos LT Halfshell and we just got these photos from Haley Strategic Partners that give you some good all around shots of the Talos LT to help you get a better feel for it. As it turns out there are a whole lot of other great products in these photos like carbines from Bravo Company USA featuring parts from B5 Systems as well as armor carriers and pouches from Mayflower Research and Consulting along with holsters from G-Code. You may also notice a lot of Kryptek camouflage in these photos including some cool custom combat pants from Australia’s Platatac, not to mention some interesting gloves from Outdoor Research.

Buy American

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

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Check out the copyright date on this license plate.

photo courtesy of www.b5systems.com

Darley GRF Expo – B5 Systems

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

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B5 Systems has their line of SOPMOD Bravo stocks and accessories on hand. If you aren’t familiar with B5 Systems you need to check them out.

www.b5systems.com

B5 Systems New Product Overview

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

BCM Carbine

B5 End Plate QD is manufactured from 1117 Steel.

EndPlateQD_EnhancedTriggerGuard

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B5 Enhanced Trigger Guard is manufactured from Mil-spec Anodized 6061-T6 Aluminum.

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EnhancedTriggerGuard

B5 SOPMOD and SOPMOD Bravo stocks are available now in Black, FDE and Coyote. Shortly, B5 will offer their stocks coated in AOR1, AOR2, ATACs, MutliCam, and other patterns.

See the B5 Systems products at SHOT Show and all will be available through Bravo Company USA in the very near future.

B5 Systems SOPMOD Bravo Stock in AOR

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

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Here we see one of B5 Systems’ new SOPMOD Bravo stocks in dipped in AOR 1 (bottom). There is also a SOPMOD stock in AOR 2 (top). They tell us that production models will feature dipped adjustment levers as well. The SOPMOD Bravo is featured on The Jack carbine, just unveiled by HSP and Bravo Company USA.

Bravo Company Joins Forces with Haley Strategic Partners to Introduce The Jack Carbine

Monday, December 10th, 2012

Bravo Company has joined forces with Haley Strategic Partners to produce The Jack, as in “Jack of all Trades.” The technologies integrated into this carbine build are impressive, to say the least.

Built on a Bravo Company lower and upper, the 5.56mm carbine relies on BCM’s 14.5″ Government Profile Barrel (and mid-length gas system) with a permanent mounting of the brand new BCMGUNFIGHTER Compensator making it a 16″ Civilian Legal Barrel. This is paired with the excellent Geissele Super Modular Rail mounted with a BCM Diopter Front Folding Battle Sight and Rear Folding Battle Sight.

HSP also specified the ALG Defense ACT Trigger which gives you a Geissele quality trigger in a US GI package as well as the newly debuted B5 Systems SOPMOD Bravo Stock mounted to a Bravo Company receiver extension. The Jack also includes a BCM GUNFIGHTER Charging Handle and Mod I Pistol Grip. Weighing in at 6 lbs 11 oz (with light, mount and irons), The Jack incorporates the Inforce WML-HSP (Momentary Only White Light Black Body) mounted to a Haley Strategic Thorntail Offset Light Mount built by Impact Weapons Components right out of the box. All of this topped off with a custom Disruptive Grey tone Cerakote finish by Joint Force Enterprises. This gun is ready to go as soon as you pick it up from the FFL. The only thing you will want to do to upgrade The Jack is to add an optic of your choice.

For more info about the component technologies checkout this document.
TheJack

I am continually impressed at the quality of BCM guns and the number of products that are debuting on The Jack is a testament to the hard work that Haley Strategic Partners put into working with their industry affiliates to make this a reality.

www.bravocompanymfg.com/TheJack

Dipped Stock Ideas from B5

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

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Folks have been giving their weapon accessories camouflage hydrographic treatments for some time but recently we’ve seen some interesting graphics showing up.

For example, this enhanced SOPMOD stock from B5 Systems sports a Halloween themed graphic. We’ve also seen others with American flag motifs. Considering Gun Culture 2.0 and that not all small arms are being used as working as working guns, we expect to see a lot more of this in the future. I can tell you that Tactical Mama saw this and got to thinking about doing some upgrades to her new .300 carbine. Pink’s just not her thing.

Haley Strategic Partners – Disruptive Industries Day Three

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Disruptive Industries is a unique, invitation-only event bringing together industry, military, and law enforcement. It is designed to teach, inspire, build relationships, open communications and create new channels for innovation in the defense sector. Every experience has been devised to accomplish each of these tasks in one way or another, from training classes to meals as well as other organized social events.

We’ve already experienced two days of shooting, physical conditioning, and associated tactical training. Oddly enough, day 3 kicked off much like day 2, with another ass kicking from former Russian Spetznaz operator Saulius “Sonny” Puzikas. Except, this time, he really did kick our asses. During the various demonstrations of Systema hand to hand, pretty much every one of us got a chance to take a blow or two from Sonny. Naturally, we got to knock each other around a little as well. The training was no nonsense and focused on staying out of a grapple and incapacitating your aggressor. All in all, it was fantastic.

Next up were classes on surreptitious entry and restraint escape by Bryan Black of ITS Tactical. After lunch we ran through various room clearing drills. Scenarios focused on PSD work but the lessons could be applied to multiple scenarios.

As I mentioned earlier, D1 is very much about fostering innovation and relationships. One of the best things about Disruptive Industries is the opportunity to network and cross-talk. This includes all participants. Everyone has learned from our esteemed instructors and I’d hazard to guess that they have picked up a few things from us as well. Additionally, Mil and LE have been able to compare notes and share experiences with each other as well as interact with the industry reps. For the industry folks, this experience has been invaluable. In some cases, different companies have been able to discuss collaborations and, in every case, industry has gained knowledge from the interaction with military and LE attendees.

It’s been great working with the military and LE members as well as HSP’s industry partners HSGI, G-Code Holsters, Impact Weapons Components, Arc’teryx LEAF, Outdoor Research, US Palm, B5 Systems, Emissive Energy/Inforce, UTM, Rifle Dynamics, Dark Mountain Research, PNW Ammunition and Kill Cliff as well as media reps from ITS Tactical.

Don’t forget, ITS Tactical is also on hand so make sure you visit their site for additional photos. Look for the simultaneous release of an AAR from both of us soon. Until then, enjoy our serialized look at HSP’s Disruptive Industries.

www.haleystrategic.com

B5 Systems – SOPMOD now on Facebook (upgrades coming)

Saturday, May 26th, 2012

Soldier Systems Daily has covered B5 Systems since the beginning; there some new developments coming, including the lighter Bravo version and some ‘upgrades’ in construction (hopefully to be seen in use by mid-Summer).

The 160th SOAR have used them, some of the numbered Groups have used them, and line infantry units are starting to pick them up. The Enhanced SOPMOD by B5 Systems has been seen in several interesting places overseas and by all accounts the troops using them really like them. The civilian version now has a little brother coming out, with some new features (a new latch, a quick detach anti-rotational sling swivel) and a textured surface.

From the new Facebook page; SOPMOD in a recent Disruptive Environment exercise in NYC. Photography by Jon Chang/Haley Strategic

B5 Systems is live now on Facebook, featuring some really nice photography of the SOPMOD in use (along with many other well-regarded products). The stocks are coming in MultiCam, A-TACs, FDE, black and others (all with color-matched hardware). Most of the new stocks will be coming with the anti-rotational QD, based on feedback from end users and training personnel, but they’ve already heard from some organizations that prefer them with a standard QD so both will probably remain in production.

Check out B5 Systems new Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/B5Systems