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SHOT Show – Marz Tactical Gear

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

This is Marz Tactical Gear’s Universal Breaching Tool Quiver. It’s a straight forward design that is adjustable for a wide variety of Halligan tools on the market thanks to the Velcro straps and removable PVC sleeve.


Additionally, the adjustable shoulder strap is lined with non-slip material to keep it in place.


SOMA – Marz Tactical

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

Marz Tactical has introduced a headrest harness for their Multi-Mode IFAK, unveiled last year here at SOMA. It allows you to mount the rear of a headrest where it is easily accessible. The buckle and strapping system keeps it secure yet allows deployment in an instant.


Marz has also made a change to the interior of the Multi-Mode IFAK. Based on user feedback, the horizontal elastic strap has been replaced with a flat pocket.



SOMA – Marz Tactical

Saturday, December 15th, 2012

This is really more of a teaser for the new MultiMode IFAK from Marz Tactical. Officially launched at SHOT Show, the MultiMode IFAK can be mounted to a vest or carried in a pocket, or carried around the neck for a mass trauma event. It’s quite versatile but we don’t want to spoil the surprise.


Be sure to check it out at SHOT Show.


Marz Tactical Modular Man Bag

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Marz Tactical was at the Darley Defense Day on Ft Lewis last Thursday. They had a lot of interesting stuff there, some of which has been covered before. This is their take on a bail-out type bag. It’s modular, with different inserts available.

For more information on this and other pieces of Marz Tactical kit, check them out on Facebook or contact Duffy Cavanaugh, Duffy(at)Darley.com.

Marz Tactical M4 Go Pack

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Marz Tactical has developed a new carry solution for the M4 carbine as well as SMGs.


Visit them in booth #5010 at SHOT Show.


NBOW – Marz Tactical

Saturday, September 10th, 2011


Marz Tactical has been introducing a slew of new products since coming on the scene in 2010. Their Field Kit caught our eye. Designed for small arms maintenance, it gives you a clean, dry space to lay out your parts and rolls up to a compact size. The coolest feature of the Field Kit Are the two magnets sewn into the fabric designed to keep your individual parts where you put them. Additionally, it features two 9″ x 3″ zippered compartments with adjustable internal dividers. These pockets sit atop sleeve pockets that will carry a Bolt Carrier Group or segmented cleaning rods.