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Active Protection System for Lynx IFV: Market Breakthrough for Rheinmetall’s New StrikeShield — €140 Million Order from Hungary

Tuesday, May 18th, 2021

The 209 new Lynx infantry fighting vehicles recently ordered by Hungary from Rheinmetall of Germany will be equipped with Rheinmetall’s StrikeShield hard-kill active protection system, or APS. Hungary is the latest customer for this innovative technology, which has formed part of the Rheinmetall portfolio since 2006. It will be supplied by Rheinmetall Protection Systems GmbH. The order is worth over €140 million. Hungary’s decision in favour of StrikeShield was driven by the NATO member’s commitment to taking part in demanding missions where modern anti-tank weapon systems present a dangerous threat to own forces.

StrikeShield is the third and latest generation of Rheinmetall’s acclaimed Active Defence System (ADS) technology, a specific variant of hard-kill APS. It is a distributed system whose sensors and countermeasures are integrated into the contours of the entire vehicle. Among other benefits, StrikeShield has the lowest emissions in the electro¬magnetic spectrum on the market, as well as the fastest reaction time in ambush and multi-hit situations. It protects the vehicle from shaped charge warhead threats such as rockets or missiles by neutralizing incoming projectiles before they hit the platform itself.

The StrikeShield APS will be mechanically integrated into hybrid armour tiles on the Lynx. Instead of conventional passive add-on armour modules, the platform will feature spaced passive armour tiles that incorporate the components of the APS between an outer ply and inner tiles mounted on the vehicle’s hull.

“We see huge benefits from hybrid designs”, declares Dr Manfred Salk, CEO of Rheinmetall Protection Systems GmbH. “The effects that passive armour protects you from are standardized and well understood. Hybrid designs are different. They allow us to do a much better job of dealing with new effects and threats, such as residual energy from a disabled rocket hitting the vehicle and deflagrating. The combination of our passive and active technologies into hybrid systems therefore offer our customers unique benefits with regard to the protection capability, but also weight- and cost-efficiency.“
Rheinmetall Protection Systems GmbH is Rheinmetall’s center of excellence in survivability technologies, formed in 2019. Core of the product strategy is the hybridization of armor solutions, which provide the outlook to lighter and sensor based survivability solutions for armored platforms.

Jankel Delivers ‘Next Generation’ Guardian Counter Terror Assault Vehicle-Urban (CTAV-URBAN)

Tuesday, May 18th, 2021

Jankel, a world-leader in the design and manufacture of high-specification defence, security and NGO protection systems, has delivered the first of their ‘next generation’ Guardian Counter Terror Assault Vehicle-Urban (CTAV-URBAN) to an undisclosed customer. Based on the latest 2020 Ford F-550 platform, the Guardian CTAV-URBAN features a new Mobile Adjustable Ramp System (MARS) from long-standing partners Patriot 3 who work exclusively with Jankel in the UK.

Firmly established as one of the premier global suppliers of armoured counter terror adapted vehicle systems, Jankel, with Patriot 3, have developed and integrated a new version of the MARS ramp system for Guardian CTAV-URBAN that delivers a narrower, lighter, single ramp, fully hydraulic variant that will allow counter terror teams to effectively operate in tighter spaces and more restricted city environments. Retaining the Ford OEM aluminium body, Jankel engineers have developed an armour suite that mounts within the vehicle without compromising structure, rigidity or durability. The integration of the new MARS ramp onto the Jankel Guardian CTAV-URBAN includes the flexibility to remove the MARS system, if needed, as well as the development of numerous other innovative enhancements in platform protection and tactical systems.

Jankel has a history dating back to the early 2000’s of providing the very best tactical counter terror platforms. With this new CTAV-URBAN variant, Jankel has customised the platform to meet the exact customer needs and tactics. The vehicle has been fully tested to prove the durability, reliability and maintainability but also to validate the advanced handling and performance characteristics expected of a truly tactical counter terror assault platform. Working closely together with Patriot 3, the CTAV-URBAN ladder system has been developed and refined to retain all of the MARS standard functionalities yet deliver additional options packaged in a single ramp configuration.

Charlie Fuqua, Elevated Tactics Sales Manager from Patriot 3 said: “we have had an ongoing working relationship with Jankel since the mid-2000s and have supplied numerous multi-mission vehicle solutions to defence and law enforcement end users around the world.” He went on to say: “Patriot3 looks forward to continuing our Jankel partnership with the introduction of the new CTAV-URBAN (complimenting the CTAV), as well as future developments to meet our customers ever evolving operational requirements.”

Andrew Jankel, Chairman at Jankel Group said: “we’ve worked with Patriot 3 for many years on a number of successful specialist vehicle-based projects so delivering the first of this next generation Guardian CTAV vehicles to an exceedingly important customer is a continuation of an already strong partnership”. He added: “Effective partnering is one of our key strengths here at Jankel and our partnership with Patriot 3 is another fine example of how we bring capability, innovation, flexibility and agility together to deliver and support the very best products and services, driving mission success”.

Outdoor Research Hires GM to Drive Continued Growth in Military, Tactical Arenas

Tuesday, May 18th, 2021

David Hein brings 24 years experience in the category from GM/management roles at 5.11 Tactical and Dickies.

SEATTLE, Wash. (May 18, 2021) – Building on its growing U.S. and off-shore manufacturing capabilities, Outdoor Research (OR), a leading manufacturer in the outdoor and tactical apparel industries, hired David Hein this month as General Manager of Military and Tactical.

Hein brings an extensive background working in the tactical, military and workwear markets. He will report to Outdoor Research President Roger Barton and help drive OR’s growth across those categories. Hein will work closely with the longtime Outdoor Research Tactical team who have been integral to the military business.

Hein joins Outdoor Research from 5.11 Tactical, where he worked for 12 years. His roles there included Vice President and GM as well as Merchandising Operations. Prior to that, Hein spent more than a decade at Dickies.

“What drew me to Outdoor Research is the people, the brand and the product,” Hein said. “One of the things that’s unique about OR is that we’ve got two U.S. manufacturing facilities that employ hundreds of people making top-tier and highly technical products here in America. That is a big deal right now and it represents a lot of opportunity. In our markets, there are very few companies that have the ability to manufacture products in house in the U.S.”

Outdoor Research has operated in the Government/Tactical arena for 30 years, building products for both elite units of the U.S. military and the tactical consumer market. 

Contributing to its increased onshore manufacturing capabilities, Outdoor Research over the last two years has invested more than $5 million in improving R+D capabilities focused on these markets, including opening a second onshore factory in El Monte, California, while at the same time extensively modernizing and upgrading its manufacturing operation at its headquarters in Seattle, WA.

“Over the past three years Outdoor Research has made significant investments in the team members across the business that has resulted in driving record growth across all channels.”  OR President Roger Barton said. “I am excited by the opportunity to add David’s extensive leadership experience to the team and the potential additional growth opportunities for the brand.”

Prince of Wales Visits BCB International

Sunday, May 16th, 2021

Friday 14th May 2021

H.R.H The Prince of Wales visited BCB International on May 14th, to thank staff for their incredible work during the COVID crisis and to officially open the new headquarters.

BCB International first got into the Survival business by making cough syrup 166 years ago. Last year they converted their production lines into producing an anti-viral 80% proof Hand Sanitiser and wide range of PPE items to the essential workers on the front line, Protecting the Protectors.

At the start of the pandemic, the well-established Cardiff-based survival equipment manufacturer, BCB International Ltd, converted its fuel factory outside Llanelli in Wales to produce Dr Browne’s hand sanitiser range, to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus here in the UK, before moving production up to their Cardiff site.

His Royal Highness started the visit by touring the main headquarters, meeting the BCB team who have been working tirelessly throughout the pandemic providing PPE to the Welsh NHS, Police Force and sending thousands of donations around the UK and across the world.

The Prince of Wales then joined BCB’s team, packing a Polar Survival Kit for an Artic bound vessel, before cutting BCB’s IR reflective camouflage netting, which will now be despatched to Prisons around the UK to finish production before heading to the British MOD.

After a demonstration of the eco-friendly, all weather fuel, FireDragon, His Royal Highness used a flint and striker to light his own block of FireDragon fuel before officially turning on the FireDragon production machinery and receiving the first product off the band. FireDragon was created to replace the dangerous Hexamine blocks that the British MoD were using. It is now the fuel of choice for the British MoD, being a non-toxic, clean, green fuel with a high burn point which is easy to light with waterproof properties.

The Prince of Wales then joined BCB’s Managing Director, Andrew Howell, on stage to unveil the plaque to officially open BCB’s new headquarters at Howell House and to receive survival kits that the BCB team specifically made to suit the Royal families interest. Before leaving he visited the ‘Bee C Bee’s Wellbeing Garden’, which was created as part of a Mental Health Awareness week initiative to provide access to nature for all staff.

The BCB team were honoured to meet The Prince of Wales and hear his appreciation for their hard work during the pandemic.

H.R.H. The Prince of Wales:

“I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to be with you today and I can’t tell you how much I admire all the remarkable work you do here.”

“It’s been fascinating to hear about the whole range of products you produce which are clearly so sought after all around the word because of their very high quality and ingenuity.”

“I shall now be able to go way and set fire to my Firedragon. Having served in the Royal Navy all those years ago, nearly 50 years ago, I had to go on exercise with the old kit, this is remarkable.”

“It is a great tribute to your efforts… I know how hard you worked throughout this pandemic…I do congratulate you and am full of gratitude, for what its worth, for what you’ve been able to do, for all of us, really, during these difficult times.”

“I hope you go from strength to strength, and I shall look forward to seeing what other wonderful ideas you come up with over the next few years.”

Managing Director, Andrew Howell:

“For the last five years we have been producing a solid fuel tablet made from bio-ethanol used by British Troops to warm their rations and heat their drinks. The fuel has anti-bacterial properties, so we decided to develop a hand sanitiser gel variant.”

“Last year our terrific team here at BCB, both at our Llanelli and Cardiff sites, worked 24/7 producing hand sanitisers and other important PPE and so it is a tremendous privilege to welcome His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales here today to BCB.”

“As His Royal Highness has said for over 4 decades, climate change and the erosion of biodiversity are the two greatest threats to humanity and our planet. As we have with firedragon and some of our other life saving innovations we are ready, willing and able to take a risk and to make a change to try to help counter these threats.”

“On behalf of the whole great BCB team we will continue to invent, engineer and produce whatever we can, to help tackle this global emergency of climate change and the erosion of biodiversity.”

“Our new factory here in Cardiff will help to ensure that sustainability continues to be at the heart of our DNA.”

Smith Wins Gold, Hancock Claims Silver at ISSF World Cup

Sunday, May 16th, 2021

ANOKA, Minnesota – May 11, 2021 – Team Federal congratulates Austen Smith on a gold medal performance at the ISSF World Cup being held in Lonato Del Garda, Italy.  In a tune up for the Olympics later this summer, Smith bested a field of sixty competitors from all over the world in the Women’s Skeet event on Monday, May 10.  The teenager from Texas downed Amber Hill from Great Britain in the final busting 55 out of 60 targets versus Hill’s 52. 

2-Time Olympic Champion Vincent Hancock claimed a silver medal in the Men’s Skeet competition of the ISSF World Cup falling one target short of first.  Hancock advanced to the finals in the one-hundred and twelve contestant field but in the finals, Egypt’s Azmy Mehelba turned in a 56 out of 60, one target better than Hancock’s 55.  With Hancock’s silver medal performance, the USA now leads in the medal count.

There are more medals to be claimed in the ISSF World Cup Shotgun event with Men’s and Women’s Trap as well as Trap Mixed Team titles to be claimed.  Watch for more results from Federal Ammunition sponsored shooters including Derrick Mein, Brian Burrows, and Kayle Browning as they tune up for Olympics.

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Competition Shooter and Federal Ammunition Employee Casey Reed Finishes Strong at the USPSA National Championship

Saturday, May 15th, 2021

ANOKA, Minnesota – May 12, 2021 – Federal Ammunition employee, competition shooter and brand ambassador Casey Reed finished strong with third place honors in the Limited 10 Division at the recent 2021 United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) Lo-Cap National Championship. The competition was held at the CMP Marksmanship Park in Talladega, Alabama on May 7 to 9. Reed is an employee of Federal Ammunition who works as a Handgun Product Development Engineer.

“The USPSA staff did a fantastic job designing and executing a match that challenged all the competitors to find that perfect balance between speed and accuracy,” said Federal Shooting Sports Promotions Manager Jason Spradling. “Casey was able to pull off three consecutive days of elite performance and earn a third-place finish in a division stacked with world-class shooters. His dedication and hard work continue to make him one of the best competitive shooters in the game. We’re extremely proud of Casey’s performance and his reputation as an ambassador for the Federal brand and the company he works for.”

From the 53 shooters in the Limited 10 Division, Reed took 3rd place honors. Of the 403 total shooters, competing in 20 stages, he finished 8th overall.

“I had a great performance to start off the 2021 USPSA season,” said Reed. “The Syntech Action Pistol Ammo was right in the sweet spot for power factor and allowed me to have a strong finish in Limited 10 Nationals and throughout the entire match.”

Reed used Syntech Action Pistol 40 S&W, 205-grain ammunition at this event. Federal also offers Syntech Action Pistol in 9mm Luger, 150-grain and 45 Auto, 220-grain. Designers configured the loads to meet the accuracy, reliability and power factor requirements of shooters who compete in the International Practice Shooting Confederation (IPSC) and United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA).

Federal Ammunition is a sponsor of the USPSA, and Syntech Action Pistol is the official sponsored ammo of the organization, with their logo on the box. Learn more about the USPSA at

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GPS Source Receives Order for 1,000th MAPS GEN I Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing System

Friday, May 14th, 2021

Increasing electronic warfare threats drive U.S. Army demand for the first fielded Mounted Assured PNT System.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – GPS Source, a subsidiary of General Dynamics Mission Systems and the only provider of a currently fielded Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (APNT) solution available to the U.S. Army, announced today it has received an order for the 1,000th Mounted APNT System (MAPS), Generation I (MAPS GEN I).

MAPS GEN I is a mobile modular system that monitors GPS signals for validity and sends the validated data to military devices, even when GPS signals are degraded or denied. This system has been in rapid development, production, and fielding since the recognition of the critical need to protect GPS signals against peer and near-peer adversary electronic warfare attacks. It is the only mounted assured PNT solution allowing warfighters to conduct mobile operations in a GPS-contested environment.

The Army fielded the MAPS GEN I system in the fall of 2019, making it the first APNT solution to market. The Army deployed 62 systems and several systems engineers to the 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Germany for installation and continued testing. Based on successful installation and performance of these systems and over 40 previously deployed systems, the Army’s Project Manager Positioning, Navigation, and Timing submitted orders for more than 930 additional systems to be installed in ground vehicles in 2021.

“The MAPS GEN I that is being fielded today closes a critical capability gap for the U.S. Army in major areas of responsibility around the world,” said Aaron Mebust, vice president and director for PNT Products at General Dynamics Mission Systems. “We are proud to deliver this capability to the Army and are working to develop new capabilities to combat these evolving threats and help keep our soldiers safe.”

Prior to testing and deploying MAPS GEN I, the Army used other GPS Source products, having previously fielded the D3 (DAGR Distributed Device) PNT hub and the ECHO-II GPS indoor retransmission smart amplifier, and thousands of military grade components to receive disseminate and rebroadcast GPS data. Since 2000, GPS Source has provided GPS distribution and validation equipment to the U.S. military.

More information about the MAPS GEN I and other APNT solutions developed by GPS Source is available at

Noisefighters and its Development Partner Nightline, Inc. Introduces Panobridge, a 1.5 oz Night Vision Bridge Mount with Industry-Changing Adjustable Field of View Capability, Alongside Development and Distribution Partners Gamut Resolutions, Kinetic Consulting, MK Machining, PRG Defense, Nitewalker, and Tactical Night Vision Company (TNVC)

Friday, May 14th, 2021


NOISEFIGHTERS and its development partner NIGHTLINE, INC., and its product testing partners GAMUT RESOLUTIONS and KINETIC CONSULTING, and its manufacturing partner MK MACHINING, and its distribution partners PRG DEFENSENITEWALKER, and TACTICAL NIGHT VISION COMPANY (TNVC) today announces the release of the patent pending PANOBRIDGE™ dual AN/PVS-14 night vision monocular bridge mount, which includes two industry-changing features: a total weight of only 1.5 oz / 42 g — or approximately 70% less weight than one of most popular competing AN/PVS-14 bridge mounts — and a proprietary mechanism that permits users to selectively adjust the goggle’s field of view from 40 to approximately 75 degrees by laterally rotating (or “panning”) each individual monocular outward to create a split image, which is then automatically merged in the user’s brain to form one cohesive, super-wide, panoramic image. By exploiting this new AFOV — or Adjustable Field of View — concept, the Panobridge eliminates the so-called tube effect experienced by night vision users and provides enhanced situational awareness. Whenever desired, the AFOV mechanism permits the tubes to be quickly pointed straight ahead, as currently provided with conventional binocular night vision goggles.

Photo representation inside Nightline, Inc.’s indoor training facility of the standard and split view panoramic image through dual AN/PVS-14 monoculars mounted on Panobridge

“There are millions of AN/PVS-14 monoculars in use worldwide, and many organizations and individuals are currently trying to find a way to extend and improve the working life and utility of these rugged, dependable night vision devices, ” said Neal Brace, owner of Noisefighters and inventor of the device. “Multi-tube night vision goggles provide much higher levels of immersion and depth perception by sending information to both eyes. Instead of purchasing new binocular or quad-tube night vision goggles, however, Panobridge presents a compelling, extremely inexpensive upgrade path for unmodified AN/PVS-14 monoculars to not only create a capable and lightweight dual-tube goggle, but also bring panoramic night vision viewing capabilities to the masses for the first time. While this product is not intended to replace quad-tube goggles for those specialized units which require them, I believe Panobridge provides a much more compact alternative, with a competitively wide field of view, at a price point which is accessible to all night vision users.”

Dual AN/PVS-14 monoculars with Nightline, Inc. NL914C lightweight digital battery housings installed, mounted to Noisefighters Panobridge in Cerakote® RAL8000 color

“By utilizing accessible AN/PVS-14 monoculars and requiring no extra hardware, the Panobridge allows organizations to continue the use of current night vision devices within a well-supplied and defined logistics network, eliminating the need for additional systems and training,” said Lee Collette, President of Nightline, Inc. “In addition, Nightline’s proprietary NL914C multi-battery housing further enhances the advantages of the Panobridge by creating a lighter weight, adjustable binocular with improved ergonomics, along with a wider, more natural field of view. At only 22.5 ounces or 638 grams assembled weight, with batteries included, this panoramic night vision system is a game-changing combination where two products come together to create an amazing synergy for the user.”

Dual AN/PVS-14 monoculars with Nightline, Inc. NL914C lightweight digital battery housings installed, mounted to Noisefighters Panobridge in Cerakote® Armor Black color, top view

During the development process, Mr. Brace sought feedback from some of the most experienced night vision users to ensure the Panobridge delivered an experience that matched or exceeded quad-tube goggle performance in four key areas: situational awareness, operational flexibility, overall weight and size, and price.

“What Noisefighters has managed to do with the Panobridge is incredible,” said the current owner of Gamut Resolutions training group, retired Master Sergeant Bob Keller, a ten year member of the U.S. Army 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta (Delta Force). “The fact that I can stow a lightweight, compact panoramic night vision goggle in my cargo pocket is game changing. The Panobridge presents the first worthwhile alternative to quad tube goggles that I’ve found. It is simple and tough, and by integrating standard AN/PVS-14 monoculars, it eliminates many logistical headaches.”

Exclusive product launch packaging with Noisefighters Panobridge in Cerakote® Armor Black color

Other reviewers with special operations experience found the Panobridge similarly appealing. “Most people and organizations can’t afford quad tube goggles. The Panobridge, coupled with two AN/PVS-14s, is the first alternative to quad tube goggles that I can now recommend for those looking for panoramic night vision,” said the current owner of Kinetic Consulting training group, Jon Dufresne, a former U.S. Army Ranger and current executive protection and law enforcement consultant who is additionally on staff with SAGE DYNAMICS.

Dual AN/PVS-14 monoculars with Nightline, Inc. NL914C lightweight digital battery housings installed, mounted to Panobridge in Cerakote® Armor Black color, front view

“The Panobridge is the best thing to happen to PVS-14 users in a very long time, with its extremely light weight and its wider field of view on demand,” said Will F., host of the popular Nitewalker night vision blog and video channel.

Night vision technology journalist Nick Chen provided a similarly concise summary of his findings: “The concept of the Panobridge is a clever trick and it does work. I was surprised how effective it is at giving you additional [field of view].” Mr. Chen’s review of the Panobridge is slated to be published 14 May, 2021 on The Firearm Blog, under the “Friday Night Lights” series of articles.

Other features of the Panobridge include:

-The ability to rotate the head slightly and peer through the gap between laterally-rotated (“panned out”) monoculars with an unaided eye in order to use a handheld thermal imager, aim pistol sights, glance at instrument panels, or view a scene using ambient light to better gauge distance, texture, color, or lighting. This is similar to the technique provided by using a single AN/PVS-14, but it is now available for multi-tube use.

Photo composite showing the use of a handheld thermal imager placed between laterally rotated (“panned out”) AN/PVS-14 monoculars and used directly in conjunction with Noisefighters Panobridge, courtesy of Nick Chen, journalist with The Firearm Blog.

-Both monoculars attached to the Panobridge may be individually swung upwards, completely out of the line of sight, without disturbing the adjacent device’s positioning. This feature also allows the PVS-14’s to better hug the helmet when the entire assembly is folded back in the stowed position, leading to a more balanced center of gravity and a reduced possibility of impacting door frames or other objects above the head.

-It is a nearly indestructible design utilizing an advanced, lightweight Arkema® polymer, all made possible by using the latest additive manufacturing techniques.

-The Panobridge will be available in extremely limited quantities as a launch exclusive in two Cerakote® ceramic finishes, Armor Black and RAL8000, and for general sale in flat black.

-The product is 100% manufactured and assembled in the U.S.A.

-The Panobridge is expected to retail between $500-700 depending on configuration.

In an effort to further exploit the Adjustable Field of View technology, Noisefighters and NOCTURN INDUSTRIES have agreed to collaborate and create a dedicated, lightweight binocular housing called the PANOBINO™ featuring the patent-pending AFOV mechanism and based on Nocturn Industries’ popular Katana™ Ultra-Light Articulating Night Vision Binocular. The companies expect a product launch later this year.

Concurrent with the development of the Panobridge, Mr. Brace developed a complementary product called the X14-Arm, which is a featherweight, single AN/PVS-14 night vision monocular mounting arm compatible with dovetail helmet mounts that tips the scales at only 0.7 oz / 20 g.

AN/PVS-14 monocular with Nightline, Inc. NL914C lightweight digital battery housing installed, mounted to X14-Arm in Cerakote® Armor Black color

“After getting positive feedback from those who evaluated the Panobridge, I recognized that individuals who use a single PVS-14 would likely benefit from the knowledge that we gained during the Panobridge development process,” said Mr. Brace. “The X14-Arm might just be the lightest night vision mounting arm ever released at only 0.7 ounces, yet it is very stiff for its weight due to the design, use of advanced polymers, and reliance on specialized manufacturing processes. If you only want to use one monocular, the X14-Arm is the ideal mounting solution.”

Exclusive product launch packaging with Noisefighters X14-Arm

Other features of the X14-Arm include:

-An intuitive, friction-based mechanism allows users to swing the PVS-14 monocular in front of either the left or right eye and perfectly adjust for interpupillary distance.

-It is a nearly indestructible design utilizing an advanced, lightweight Arkema® polymer, all made possible by using the latest additive manufacturing techniques.

-The product is 100% manufactured and assembled in the U.S.A.

-The X14-Arm is expected to retail between $100-150, depending on configuration.

Production of the polymer components for both the Panobridge and X14-Arm is being conducted by MK Machining, based in Hallsville, Missouri. MK Machining offers some of the most advanced additive manufacturing capabilities in the United States, with extensive experience from prototypes to production runs. In addition to their well-known throw levers and other additive-manufactured rifle accessories, MK Machining’s MK2 Bullpup Chassis radically transforms Remington 700 footprint rifles into a very compact precision rig with a surprisingly crisp trigger via an innovative linkage system.


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