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KDG – KINECT M-LOK QD Swivel Mount-Extended

Monday, October 16th, 2017


KDG was recently asked to develop a Quick Detach sling swivel variant of the proven Kinect line for a government customer. The new KINECT M-LOK QD Swivel Mount-extended features a dual-purpose design, allowing the user to set their forward sling position exactly where they want it, or to use it as a standard section of Picatinny rail to mount a light, laser or bipod. The Socket is rotation limited, and features six slots of Picatinny rail.



The low profile design is snag resistant, and instantly removable from the weapon. The rock solid lock up on M-LOK forearms can support the weight of heavier firearms. Available now, the new Kinect M-LOK QD Swivel Mount- extended can be found on KDG’s Website for a MSRP of $64.99


Length: 3.73” Uses two M-LOK slots on rail
Width: .82” (20.9mm)
Weight: 20 oz
Height (Over M-LOK): .41” (10.5mm)
Finish: Black Anodized
MSRP: $64.99

KDG – Apparition Pack

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017


The market is full of concealment type bags for long guns, subguns and pistol caliber pistols, but nearly all of them fall drastically short in their capabilities. The largest flaw of all, is that most of these packs look like firearms cases! The KDG Apparition Pack takes a completely different approach. instead of subdued colors, Velcro panels and MOLLE webbing that practically screams out the contents of the bag, the KDG Apparition mirrors the colors, style and features of popular hiking bags found at your local outdoor store. Designed from the ground up to have the quick access and storage capacity for a full load out of life saving equipment and armament, the Apparition looks common enough to belong on the trail, campus, mall or subway.


The KDG Apparition Pack is loaded full of pouches, pockets and compartments so you can stow the essential gear you need to stay alive. There is organized space for all of your equipment to have its own place, so you can quickly locate it when seconds matter!

-Normal Length: 27″ Extended Length: 33″
-Subtle two tone Black and red nylon construction
-Approximately 1200 cubic inch total storage capacity

1) Twin water bottle pockets on both sides of bag
2) Matching cinch straps for trekking poles, tripods, etc.
3) Two small zippered compartments for a cell phone, wallet, first aid kit, compact pistol or like items.
4) Stowable, solid black rainfly for sudden downpours/full concealment
5) Pleated coffin shaped front pocket with a vertical zipper: ideal for items you would need readily available such as a tablet, book, passport, etc.
6) Mid-sized pocket with full length zippers lined with loop to allow easy customization with various hook backed pouches or holsters.
7) The main compartment features plenty of room for your carbine, Subgun, AR/AK pistol or SBR, with a full field of loop for securing straps/pouches
8) The Apparition Pack also features an extension compartment on the bottom of the pack, you can increase the length of the main compartment to allow for stowing a full size SCAR or suppressor equipped SBR into the bag while maintaining concealment
9) Both the waist belt and pack straps are padded. The pack straps feature load lifters and are adjustable for the majority of torso lengths. The removable waist belt features additional storage pockets ideal for snacks, spare mags, etc.


Learn more about the Apparition Pack and other Kinetic Development Group Products at, Or if you are attending the 2017 USASOC Sniper Competition, stop by their booth at the vendor tent on Range 37 on March 23-24, 2017.

KDG Mr. Murphy Patch: Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day With Everyone’s Most Hated Irishman!

Thursday, March 16th, 2017


Mission plans are like Bar Crawls; everything was going great until Murphy showed up…

We all have met Mr. Murphy, and we have yet to meet anyone that likes the guy. He’s been giving the Irish a bad name since before Saint Pat murdered all those snakes with his trusty Shillelagh!

Any military man or woman can tell you all about Mr. Murphy; well known for his universal law. Murphy likes to make frequent appearances right before uniform inspections, after you have bought nonrefundable plane tickets for your upcoming leave request, and even worse, during combat operations. According to old military superstitions, if you get three or more officers together to talk, he will appear in mere moments.

We here at KDG aren’t going to sugar coat it, we flat out hate Mr. Murphy. We asked our resident red-bearded Irishman Daniel O’Brien his thoughts on the matter, and he said, “If it wasn’t for Murphy and whiskey, Ireland would be a World superpower!” Collectively, KDG harbors an overwhelming, unrepentant amount of hatred for Mr. Murphy, and strive to avoid him at all cost. In the spirit of the holiday, we would like to offer our “NO MR. MURPHY!” morale patches for $5.00 with free shipping. For all orders over $30.00 placed on our website, you will receive a free Mr. Murphy patch with your order. The offer runs now through Sunday March 19. The patches are Velcro backed for attaching to plate carriers and hats, and are constructed out of high quality PVC material. PVC is a good choice for the spirit of Murphy’s Law, since it’s stain proof construction allows for green-tinted vomit to be easily washed off!

Here’s the real origin of Murphy’s Law.

Murphy’s Law (“If anything can go wrong, it will”) was born at Edwards Air Force Base in 1949, and was named after Capt. Edward A. Murphy. Captain Murphy worked as an engineer on Air Force Project MX981, which was designed to see how much sudden deceleration a person can stand in an aircraft crash.

One day, after finding that a transducer was wired wrong, he cursed the technician responsible and said, “If there is any way to do it wrong, he’ll find it.” The contractor’s project manager kept a list of “laws” and added this one, which he called Murphy’s Law.

Shortly afterwards, the Air Force doctor (Dr. John Paul Stapp) who rode a sled on the deceleration track to a stop, pulling 40 Gs, gave a press conference. He said that their good safety record on the project was due to a firm belief in Murphy’s Law and in the necessity to try and circumvent it.

Aerospace manufacturers picked it up and used it widely in their ads during the next few months, and soon it was being quoted in many news and magazine articles. Murphy’s Law was born.

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