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G-Code Holsters Announces Rampart International As Canadian Distributor

Friday, January 30th, 2015

G-Code Holster has announced that Rampart International Corp. is their new full line, stocking, Canadian distributor.

“Rampart is thrilled to add the G-Code line of the world’s best holsters and carriers to Canada’s leading and fastest growing supplier of Operational Equipment. The demand for G-Code products has been overwhelming; Law Enforcement and military end users are very impressed with the quality, selection and modularity that G-Code products offer. Rampart is the first stocking distributor of G-Code in Canada and this allows us to properly service our growing dealer network, online customers and our core business of MIL/LE. We are looking forward to many years of continued work and success with the G-Code team!”

– Mark Klein, President of Rampart International Corp.

www.rampartcorp.com

Haley Talks Holsters

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

This video from Panteao Productions has been around for awhile but Travis Haley does a great job of explaining what a drop leg should and should not be.

This set up is a hybrid that uses the G-Code RTi mount. This system allows you to move the holster from mount to mount. In fact, several Kydex producers are beginning to incorporate the RTi system into their product line.

Haley Strategic Partners – Disruptive Industries Day Three

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Disruptive Industries is a unique, invitation-only event bringing together industry, military, and law enforcement. It is designed to teach, inspire, build relationships, open communications and create new channels for innovation in the defense sector. Every experience has been devised to accomplish each of these tasks in one way or another, from training classes to meals as well as other organized social events.

We’ve already experienced two days of shooting, physical conditioning, and associated tactical training. Oddly enough, day 3 kicked off much like day 2, with another ass kicking from former Russian Spetznaz operator Saulius “Sonny” Puzikas. Except, this time, he really did kick our asses. During the various demonstrations of Systema hand to hand, pretty much every one of us got a chance to take a blow or two from Sonny. Naturally, we got to knock each other around a little as well. The training was no nonsense and focused on staying out of a grapple and incapacitating your aggressor. All in all, it was fantastic.

Next up were classes on surreptitious entry and restraint escape by Bryan Black of ITS Tactical. After lunch we ran through various room clearing drills. Scenarios focused on PSD work but the lessons could be applied to multiple scenarios.

As I mentioned earlier, D1 is very much about fostering innovation and relationships. One of the best things about Disruptive Industries is the opportunity to network and cross-talk. This includes all participants. Everyone has learned from our esteemed instructors and I’d hazard to guess that they have picked up a few things from us as well. Additionally, Mil and LE have been able to compare notes and share experiences with each other as well as interact with the industry reps. For the industry folks, this experience has been invaluable. In some cases, different companies have been able to discuss collaborations and, in every case, industry has gained knowledge from the interaction with military and LE attendees.

It’s been great working with the military and LE members as well as HSP’s industry partners HSGI, G-Code Holsters, Impact Weapons Components, Arc’teryx LEAF, Outdoor Research, US Palm, B5 Systems, Emissive Energy/Inforce, UTM, Rifle Dynamics, Dark Mountain Research, PNW Ammunition and Kill Cliff as well as media reps from ITS Tactical.

Don’t forget, ITS Tactical is also on hand so make sure you visit their site for additional photos. Look for the simultaneous release of an AAR from both of us soon. Until then, enjoy our serialized look at HSP’s Disruptive Industries.

www.haleystrategic.com