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Grey Ghost Gear BAR-5200 Pack

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

Grey Ghost Gear is proud to announce the release of its BAR-5200: the mightiest and most magnificent of modern rucks. Our BAR-5200 pack is an excruciatingly well-designed evolution of the old military ALICE pack. It features many improvements – and of course more than a little GG flair. 

Constructed from 500 denier Cordura Nylon with reinforcing on the high-stress areas of the pack, the pack consists of eight exterior pouches plus a claymore pocket on the top of the flap with an additional zippered mesh pocket underneath. On the subject of zippers, we’ve made provision for those times when you forget to zip things back up in the pissing-down rain. All of BAR-5200’s exterior pouches are built with drainage grommets in the bottom.

As for the main compartment, it can be accessed either by unbuckling and lifting the top flap or by opening the backdoor that’s zippered in the back just above the carry handle. Because sometimes you just want to get in the back door. Hook and loop panels are available for personal identification, but that’s not all. Extremely generous foam padding in the shoulder straps and waist belt ensure you can strap her down tight and still hoof a heavy load in comfort thanks to the included ASTM B221 lightweight aluminum frame, straps, and belt. 

With a total volume of around 5200 cubic inches, you’ll appreciate the added comfort when it’s loaded to capacity. BAR-5200 is currently available in MultiCam and Coyote Brown.

Check it out on the BAR-5200 pack page.

There is only one thing better for a warfighter to do than carry Grey Ghost Gear (and it’s still pretty close). Just ask this guy.

Even legendary barbarians love Grey Ghost Gear.

Grey Ghost Releases Suspenders for the Modern Gunfighter

Thursday, September 27th, 2018

Lakewood, WA – Grey Ghost Gear, leading manufacturers of innovative combat proven gear, is excited to announce the availability of their UGF 3-Point Suspenders. Designed to attach to the updated UGF battle belt, this modern incarnation of the GGG LCE helps support heavy loads, while maintaining a lightweight feel.


Made from combination of Hypalon, tweave and other materials that are not only light, but also moisture and mold resistant. Additionally, the piece is made even lighter with the perforated holes to relieve material without sacrificing strength.


The Y-shaped suspenders use ITW G-Hook fasteners to interface with the Grey Ghost Gear UGF Battle Belt’s inner belt. At the end of each suspender strap is 11-inches of color matched elastic.

This allows a greater range of motion when running, climbing or any other extreme situation.


Each strap is equipped with a metal slip lock, to ensure that when you have the perfect adjustment, they are guaranteed to stay in place.

Grey Ghost CEO, Casey Ingels, states, “We’ve always been about the end user. It started that way, and it will continue that way. We take great pride in ensuring that we are putting the right gear in the hands of the people who need it most – and we maintain that relationship to this day.”

The UGF Suspenders are available in Black, Coyote, Ranger Green and MultiCam; and are available now through the Grey Ghost Gear Website, www.greyghostgear.com.

BOGO 50%: Grey Ghost Gear GGAP-31 LVL III+ Armor

Wednesday, July 25th, 2018


Grey Ghost Gear is having a “Buy One, Get One Half Off” Sale on their latest LVL III+ composite armor plates, with free shipping and additional swag tossed in for good measure. The GGAP-31 is a single curve plate that only weight 4.14 pounds due to it’s advanced hybrid composite design. That’s quite a significant weight reduction from a standard 10″x12″ plate – all without sacrificing threat protection. The GGAP-31 is multi shot rated for rounds like 7.62 x 51mm M80 @ 2780 FPS and 5.56 x 45mm M855/SS109 @ 3020 FPS. These plates are NIJ 0101.06 Certified, wrapped in a durable 1000D Cordura® Nylon Finish, and best of all… made in the USA.


The first 50 orders will also receive a GG Minimalist Plate Carrier in Navy w/ black webbing. Usually the MPC only comes in the usual black, coyote, MultiCam and Wolf Grey, so the Navy is a unique color offering not usually seen. The Minimalist retails for $126.50 while the individual plates retail for $430 each. Currently the deal for both plates (and whether or not your order is 1-50 and gets a carrier) is $645.00

The promotion ends July 31st @ Midnight PST. Click here to view the bundle offer.

Rampart Range Day 2017 – Grey Ghost Gear

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

You may not know this but Grey Ghost Gear has a Canadian subsidiary which had a full line of wares on display at Rampart Range Day.


One of the items was this new helmet cover. It will be offered in Black, Ranger Green and MuotiCam for the Ops-Core, Team Wendy and M-TEK helmets.


While the overall construction will look familiar as hybrid designs have become industry standard, this cover features a built in pocket at the rear for counterweights or other items.


Grey Ghost Gear – Shooter Squeeze Bags

Friday, March 24th, 2017

The Grey Ghost Gear Shooter Squeeze Bags feature an hourglass shape and are offered in three sizes. The shape allows for better squeeze control for minute changes in elevation amd windage.

Offered in Coyote and MultiCam.


SHOT Show – Grey Ghost Gear

Friday, January 20th, 2017

The Super Dave GT Sling from Grey Ghost Gear is wicked light at 2.2 oz. It’s also swoopy, what with the laser cut holes to cut the air while you bring your gun to bear. Additionally, they’ve incorporated Velcro in order to accept nametags or your favorite moral patch.

Available now in Blaxk and Coyote. Also available without the aerodynamic laser cut holes for you squares who don’t want to look cool. In case you can’t tell, I like the version with the holes.


Grey Ghost Precision Announces Three New Brand Ambassadors

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

DALTON GARDENS, ID – Grey Ghost Precision is proud to announce three new Brand Ambassadors to showcase their products throughout the United States: Nick Koumalatsos, Jim Staley and Will Petty. Each of these men brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge with regard to firearms and training. They embody the values and spirit of Grey Ghost, are dedicating to improving Americans who pursue the noble profession of arms, and we are looking forward to doing great things with them.

Nick Koumalatsos is a 12-year Special Operations Marine Corps veteran who served with Marine Reconnaissance and Marine Special Operations Command. He has deployed all over the world and in support of OIF/OEF and trained foreign police, military, and militia in several countries. His military career prepared him for successful leadership and strategic operational planning. As founder of The Raider Project, Koumalatsos has helped MARSOC and other USMC combat veterans to transition smoothly, peacefully and successfully into the private sector. Additionally he is the CEO of two successful businesses: Survival Tactical Systems, an international training and consulting company; and Skallywag, an adventure apparel company.

Jim Staley is currently the Lead Instructor for the Deliberate Dynamics training program. His military service includes 8 years as a Recon Marine and Sniper. Upon leaving the Corps, Staley worked for Triple Canopy in Basrah as Shift Leader for a 17-man Department of State detail from 2005 to 2007. Between 2009 and 2012, he served as a GRS contractor team lead in Iraq. This unique and extraordinary background gives him a perspective unmatched by any but a handful of professionals anywhere in the world.

Will Petty is a former police officer, LE firearms instructor and tactical unit member who is the creator of the VCQB program. A longtime instructor for the Texas Tactical Police Officers Association and adjunct for regional police academies, he has also worked as a Counterterrorism/tactical consultant for security units of the United Arab Emirates and the Critical National Infrastructure Authority. He continues to work patrol and as his department’s rangemaster. Petty currently holds the billet of National Director of Law Enforcement Training for the 88 Tactical Group.

Grey Ghost Gear/Grey Ghost Precision is a Service Connected Disabled Veteran owned manufacturer of Tactical gear and firearms. We remain in constant comms with the customer by ceaselessly interacting with operationally active military units and the best first responders in the world. Our senior staff frequently attends military and LE training and continues to travel to conflict areas like Afghanistan and Kurdistan to see our equipment in use first hand by the guys who are killing bad guys with it.

See you on the sharp end.




Grey Ghost Gear Releases the Wanderer

Friday, June 10th, 2016

Wandering. It’s what we do. We take ourselves all over the globe in search of riches, excitement or maybe the next double whiskey on the rocks. Often we’re traveling to and from work or on a plane moving to the next business venue. Wherever we wander, we need to bring along the necessaries for our job and to feel comfortable outside our home or battle position. Taking cues from our previous waxed canvas offerings, Wanderer captures all such reasons and needs in a low profile, high functioning aesthetically striking design.

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” Mark Twain

The Wanderer is a messenger style bag built of waxed canvas and features waterproof zippers. You can carry your precious cargo in rain the rain or along the shore without worry. It feels really nice too, like furry walls on a chill, foggy morning.

  • Measurements: 20.5 in. long, 11.5 in. tall, 4.5 in. deep
  • Carry strap: adjustable seatbelt webbing fit everyone from the petite flâneur to brawny vagabond
  • End pockets: 2 each on either end; one zippered and flap closed, expanding to carry a water bottle, the other an open stash pocket that will hold a small umbrella (for you, not your gear), a couple of AR magazines or an IFAK.
  • Body Flap: The pull-over courier style flap secures with 2 magnetic snaps and contains 2 9×5 in. zippered, tricot lined pockets for smart devices, eye pro, or other small valuables.
  • Interior Organization: The primary compartment is divided into a 2/3-1/3 configuration. The smaller of the 2 will carry a laptop. The other will secure anything from a PDW with stock collapsed to your carry-on luggage. A simple side release web-and-buckle feature secures contents from spillage.
  • Further Compartmentalization: 2 vertical zippers in the front compartment open a gate to access loose, small items. The reverse side of the gate contains 4 stretch mesh pockets and a pen scabbard. Above those is yet another pocket with sufficient accommodation for an iPad Mini or similar device.

The classic, understated nature of the Wanderer is imminently suitable for customers who must by necessity remain inconspicuous and low profile but it works perfectly well for the everyman too. Utilize it to carry your gear across campus or use it to for off-body carry needs – there’s a zippered, hook-and-loop backed pocket to the rear of the bag, with plenty of room for a handgun and spare mags, and it’s been pleated so the weapon won’t print.

This is the same sort of utility that recently earned the Wanderer and its cousin, the Gypsy, a place on Fox News list of “ultimate tactical graduation gifts.”

Vagabond or skald, flaneur or gyrovague or face-shooting pipehitter who lives in a house that looks like a werewolf, we think you’ll find our new messenger bag worth a look. You may not have been everywhere yet, but might as well put it on your list. Take a Wanderer along with you.

Find the Wanderer online here: www.greyghostgear.com

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