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Kit Badger – VCAS Medic Sling By Blue Force Gear

Sunday, December 10th, 2017


For a limited time, Blue Force Gear is offering the Vickers Medic Sling.

Kit Badger did a video review of the sling. For his full post, visit kitbadger.com.

Kit Badger – How To Hack A Standard M4 Pistol Grip

Saturday, October 14th, 2017

In this video, Ivan of Kit Badger shows how with a bit of time, and hand tools, one can modify the stock M4 pistol grip into something a bit more ergonomic and comfortable.


Kit Badger on Rationalizing 3Gun as a Game

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Kit Badger recently posted a video after shooting a 3 Gun competition. It is about the rationalization that comes from the hard line tactical side, which he was once a part of. The thought process is that because it’s a game, there’s no reason to do it. Read his article at this link and wayxh this video to see what he thinks now.

What do you think?

Kit Badger – Body Armor Placement: Hard Plates

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Drawn from years of experience, including seeing those he worked with, and himself, wearing body armor incorrectly, Kit Badger released this video on how to properly wear hard plates in a plate carrier.


Kit Badger – Profile Anatomy Targets

Sunday, May 14th, 2017


Inspired by Sage Dynamics’ Vital Anatomy Targets, Ivan of Kit Badger created his Profile Anatomy Targets AKA Ambush Targets. Available in head and torso, both side and front profile, the targets are designed to be printed off on standard printer paper. The targets were created with liberal use of blue, pink, and light grey to reduce ink impact, and feature a bold silhouette so they can be read well at a distance.

They can be downloaded at the link below:


Kit Badger – How To Insert An IV Catheter

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Kit Badger has produced a video on how to start an IV catheter.

So as to not steal their thunder, the video is at the link. However, I want to remind everyone that you should not practice medical procedures without proper training, particularly invasive procedures.