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Warrior EAST 19 – Leupold LTO-Tracker 2 HD

Friday, July 12th, 2019

The Leupold LTO-Tracker 2 HD is a low-cost, handheld thermal viewer. Many law enforcement and SAR agencies are buying them.

It features 7x zoom and toggling through the six color settings (Hi-Black, Black, Hi-White, White, Hi/Lo Green, and Green) is a snap. It also features beacon mode, a grey scale screen with a red box indicating the warmest area in the field of view.

The tough chassis is made from aluminum and it’s only 5.5 inches long and weighs just 7 ounces.


Warrior EAST 19 – Rite in the Rain DOPE Logbook

Friday, July 12th, 2019

This 4″x6″ notebook features Rite in the Rain’s waterproof paper, with pages set up to record weapon ballistic data. It also includes Wind Calculation and MOA/MRAD Conversion reference materials.


Warrior EAST 19 – Titan Retention Upgrades

Friday, July 12th, 2019

Titan Retention is a ratchet-style retention system for weapons and breaching tools, keeping them out of the way, but instantly available when needed. Since its release, Titan Retention has been upgraded with a custom Cobra buckle.

In addition to the PALS mount, they offer a Velcro version.

Offered in 1.5″ or 2″ webbing. Available in a variety of colors.


Warrior EAST 19 – Mad Minute Suppressors

Friday, July 12th, 2019

Mad Minute Suppressors is a relative newcomer to the suppressor market. They claim their new design suppresses sound, flash, heat, pressure, recoil, gas and particulates. It’s also one suppressor for multiple calibers, offering at least sub 140 dB performance. They also claim a POI shift of two MOA suppressed vs unsuppressed.

The key to their Tempest Series design are the internal turbines which rotate. All gas is pushed forward, out the front of the suppressor. They also claim that their “heat sink” technology results in a cooler suppressor and weapon.

As you can see, it can be broken down and cleaned by the operator.


Warrior EAST 19 – DFND

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

DFND has introduced a version of their Recovery Compression Socks in Coyote.

Warrior EAST 19 – Lugger LRVS Gun Bag

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

The Load Roll Vac Shoot Bag by Load Lugget gets its name from how it’s used. It’s a waterproof weapon bag which can be configured so that it can be fired while still in the bag.


The Polyurethane material has a melting point at over 300 deg F, more than enough to get off that first magazine before the bag has to be peeled away from the bag. Although it isn’t shown in this photo, there’s more than enough room for a carbine equipped with an optic as well as 30 round magazine.


The bag is currently available via GSA.


Warrior EAST 19 – HDT Containerized Weapon System

Thursday, July 11th, 2019


HDT’s Containerized Weapon System integrates EO/IR sensors and weapons on a remotely operated mast. CWS can be used individually or networked with one another. It is transportable and can be set up in 30 minutes.


Weapons and sensor options vary from non-lethal all the way to Hellfire missiles. Reloads and maintenance can be accomplished with the mast retracted, under cover.



Warrior EAST 19 – Wild Things Andinista

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Made from Composite VX-21 pack fabric (200 p.s.i and waterproof), the Andinista is a mountaineering pack. It’s available in three harness sizes and the bag can be configured to carry between 1800 to 5500 inches thanks to straps, compression zippers and spindrift. The pack weighs just 56 ounces. The Andinista is in the BARS and BAMS templates. It is offered in Black and Coyote.

-Padded, angled shoulder straps
-2 gear loops on padded, removable hip belt
-Compression zippers
-Removable compression straps
-Whistle-lock on sternum strap
-Hydration system compatible
-Bullet pocket
-Ski slots
-2 daisy chains
-4 haul points
-Contour-cut removable lid
-Removable back pad
-Roll-up snow skirt
-Tool attachment points

One of the coolest features is that the Andinista can be used as a bivy bag. It serves as an elephant foot, keeping the legs out of the snow and ice. The foam padding can be removed and configured to suit the terrain.


Here is Wild Things founder Marie Meunier demonstrating the bivy capability of the Andinista.