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Unity Tactical FUSION Millennium Adapter

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014


Unity Tactical’s FUSION Millennium Adapter is a replacement mount for SureFire Millennium Series lights, including the M620U, M620V, and M952V lights. It replaces the OEM mount, and allows the Millennium to mount to the FUSION drop-in replacement rail clamp for the Laser Devices CQBL-1 laser.


Available in Black and FDE.


X-Caliber System Update – Now Available Through Chiappa Firearms

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Chiappa is now offering the X-Caliber Multi-caliber bore insert system coupled with a modernized M6 break action survival rifle.

Even though we first mentioned the X-caliber system in late 2012, we still get emails inquiring about it. Originally offered by Tim Ralston’s GearUp Center, as a stand alone kit, this model from Chiappas is kind of interesting.


It’s an over/under design featuring a rifled .22 LR and smooth bore 12 ga barrels. This gives you a total of 12 different calibers with the the 8 X-caliber steel adapter inserts. That’s the 2 calibers in the M6 along with 8 pistol calibers (.380 , 9 mm, .357Mag/.38SP, .40 S & W, .44 Mag, .45 ACP , .410/.45colt ) and 2 shotgun calibers (.410 and 20 ga).


The M6 was designed originally as a survival rifle for downed USAF aircrews. As I’ve stated, it’s an Over/Under design and it can be bent in half for storage or transportation. Interestingly, it’s cocked via opening the break action and uses double triggers with one for each barrel. The “lever”, or extended trigger guard is used to release the action.


Two things they’ve done to “modernize” the type is to add 3 Mil Std 1913 rails at the receiver and incorporated a molded polypropylene stock. I’m not sold on that component but everything else looks ok. It features an 18.5″ barrel with an overall length of 34.6″ with the stock in place. Stored length is 18.5″.

Wolf Wind Leatherworks – Wolf Equipment Belt

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Portugal-based Wolf Wind Leatherworks offers and interesting take on the load carrying belt. It looks to be a great option for those into Bushcraft or want an entirely different look than the usual nylon-based systems.


– Austrialpin Cobra Adjustable buckle (45 mm)-quick release. Colour options: black matte / coyote brown / desert sand / foliage green. As another buckle option, Wolf Wind provides by order: ITW Nexus GT Cobra buckle-quick release-100% polymer system with no metal components.
– ITW Nexus snap hook – M.A.S.H
– ITW Nexus hook – C.L.A.S.H
– Steel Austrialpin karabiner – micro inox 3-way autolock (black)
– Black oxide treated steel screws
– Two layers of leather hand stitched together with double passage of waxed linen thread
– Fiebing´s oil dyes and Obenauf´s finish
– High quality vegetable-tanned 8-10oz leather that will ages well- width:4,5cm
– Nylon webbing MIL-W-4088 TYP 7 class 1a – Each belt comes with the nylon webbing that increments for fine adjustment.


Wolf Wind Leatherworks also offers a leather Equipment Pouch seen mounted in the photo below which is designed specifically to carry:

– Pouch for: ESEE AH-1 arrowhead and Fällkniven DC3 whetstone
– Removable firesteel loop (ambidextrous)
– Removable ITW Nexus Grimloc (ambidextrous)
– Atwood paracord 550 (orange) – storage on the back side


Additionally, there is an EDC belt that also incorporates an Austrialpin Cobra buckle. Wolf Wind Leatherworks also specializes in quality leather knifesheaths for various fixed blade models.

Each belt is custom made to order based on waist size. Available in Dark Brown or USMC Black.

Johnny Dronehunter: Defender of Privacy – Featuring the Salvo 12 Shotgun Silencer

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

During last week’s unveiling by SilencerCo of the new Salvo 12 Shotgun Suppressor they showed us several trailers, but this was by far my favorite.

Frag Out! Magazine Issue 1 Is Now Available

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Frag Out!

The brand-new “Tactical & Tacticool” magazine ‘Frag Out!’ is now currently available in digital format on the web. Every issue promises to be chalk full of modern weapon systems, combat equipment, advanced electronics, TC3, survival, and more, written by proven and experienced professionals and subject matter experts. This inaugural issue features stories on the H&K HK416A5, CZ805 BREN, Arc’teryx’s Khard 45, the Polish MSBS bullpup assault rifle, TCCC – Combat Medicine, SPECOPS.PL’s ULPC, Direct Action Gear, and much more. Available in Polish and English.

You can read it here:

Crye Precision Releases New Adaptive Vest System Components

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Crye Precision initially debuted several new Adaptive Vest System components at SHOT Show including the Detachable Chest Rig and Padded Yoke. They are available for sale now.

Detachable Chest Rig


-Two integrated pistol pockets on each side hold a wide range of pistols with or without a light
-Side plate pocket is designed to hold a 6”x6” stand-alone plate
-Front outboard pockets can be set up to hold a radio
-Holds virtually any size ballistic plate, with stowable top flap
-Four front pouches can hold two 5.56 mags, one 7.62, or one MBITR
-Front opening zipper

Padded Yoke



-Padded for long wearing comfort
-Balanced geometry distributes weight evenly on the body
-Versatile mounting points allow it to be used on many systems, including belts

Both are available in Black, Coyote, Ranger Green and MultiCam.

Shoot, A Fella’ Could Have A Pretty Good Weekend In Vegas With All That Stuff

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

This never gets old. Is it wrong for me to miss the Cold War?

“Survival kit contents check. In them you’ll find:
– One forty-five caliber automatic
– Two boxes of ammunition
– Four days’ concentrated emergency rations
– One drug issue containing antibiotics, morphine, vitamin pills, pep pills, sleeping pills, tranquilizer pills
– One miniature combination Russian phrase book and Bible
– One hundred dollars in rubles
– One hundred dollars in gold
– Nine packs of chewing gum
– One issue of prophylactics
– Three lipsticks
– Three pair of nylon stockings.

Shoot, a fella’ could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas with all that stuff.”

You Never Know Where They’ll Show Up – Bottle Edition

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014


This KCRF moment comes to us from the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, CO.