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BCB International – FRAMM Weapon Stock

Thursday, September 13th, 2018

BCB’s FRAMM rifle stock features nine positions and users to comfortably discharge their firearms while wearing a ballistic helmet with the visor fully lowered (ballistic visors and gas masks).

FRAMM has been assigned NSN: 1005-99-615-8367

It is compatible with the following weapons:
– FN Herstal-SCAR
– Beretta-ARX 160
– HK-G36
– Remington-ACR
-Sig Sauer-550/551…
-HK-MP5 A2
-Cz-805 A1 BREN


BCB International – New camouflage in sight for EUROSATORY

Saturday, June 11th, 2016

Visitors to this year’s EUROSATORY Trade Show in Villepinte, France (13-17 June) can look forward to trying on a new squeezable camouflage face paint developed by survival equipment specialists, BCB International Ltd (Hall 6 G798).

CJOAX 40 (1416 x 2128)

For over 40 years, BCB International have been producing camouflage creams which are used by many NATO troops to stay concealed from enemy combatants. BCB will be unveiling for the first time at EUROSATORY their range of squeezable camouflage face paint. BCB International’s squeezable camouflage face paint is issued to the Canadian Armed Forces.

BCB’s French Government Sales Manager, Philippe Minchin, said: “Stealth and the element of surprise is vital in any military operation. Generations of soldiers have relied on BCB’s camouflage face paint to blend in with their operational environment and stay a step ahead of the enemy.

Squeezy camo tubes

“Currently provided in individual colour tubes (black, brown, green and tan), the squeezable variant has the same properties of our split-stick and three colour compact camouflage face paints. It is non-irritant, sweat proof and offers a high degree of protection against the sun as well as infra-red searching devices.

“We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand (Hall 6 G798) who want to try on our camouflage face paint.”


Rampart Range Day – BCB International

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Well known in the UK for their wide range of survival aids, Rampart recently secured the contract to supply the Canadian Armed Forces camouflage face paint program with BCB’s Camouflage Face Cream.


BCB International – Military Face Paint In Sight For SHOT

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

BCB Camo transporter plane

Visitors to this year’s Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT) in Las Vegas, Nevada can try on military face paint that is enabling troops to stay concealed from enemy combatants.

In any military operation the ability to stay concealed from the enemy to maximize the element of surprise is vital. UK based, BCB International Ltd are a leading supplier of military face paint to troops worldwide and will be allowing visitors to SHOT to try on their range of camouflage cream at their booth (6606). They are unveiling for the first time at the SHOT Show their new range of squeezable camouflage face paint.

BCB International’s USA Outdoor Sales Manager, Andrew Howell, said: “Generations of soldiers and hunters throughout the world have used our camouflage creams to remain out of sight from the enemy and concealed from wildlife. Our camouflage face paints which come in different sizes and tones are made from natural ingredients, are infrared reflective, sweat proof and provide a high protection factor from the sun. We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand who want to test out our range of camouflage creams.”

BCB International will be exhibiting their camouflage face paint range at booth 6606.

BCB Wall Breaker

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

The Wall Breaker from BCB is a non-explosive, compressed air cannon which fires standard plastic water cooler drums breach walls, gates and doors for rapid quick entry. It can be fired every 10 to 15 seconds. The water jugs can be filled with water, sand, or other materials. Material choices can be made to mitigate collateral damage offering an alternative to explosive entries.

Because the projectile contents are so variable, the exact range (3 to 90 meters/10 to 300 feet), kinetic energy, etc are all dependent upon the state of the projectile contents (i.e. solid, fluid, etc), weight and environment factors. However, BCB was kind enough to provide us with this graph that is based on their trials.

BCB also related to SSD, “The pressure is also a user definable factor and more is not always better, the nature of the projectile and the intended range. It’s process of collating your own data as the targets users attempt to breach are different the world over.”

The Wall Breaker’ uses dive tanks and its high pressure hosing and regulators are safety tested to far beyond the Safe Working Pressure (SWP) of the Wall Breaker. Additionally, a safety blow-off valve is fitted to ensure that the pressure vessel cannot be over pressurized. The Wall Breaker can be set up as a stand alone system or mounted on a vehicle and can also be fired remotely.