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Most Innovative Use of Mayflower Chest Rig

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013


This photo from Mayflower customer CT shows that you can use that UW Gen IV chest rig for things other than just carrying magazines. Just show this photo to your wife or SO before you purchase one as a means to persuade them that it truly is a great investment.

Gratuitous Mayflower Kit Photo

Thursday, August 8th, 2013


Can you identify everything in this photo?

The Talos LT Halfshell In Action – Courtesy of Haley Strategic

Sunday, June 9th, 2013

Arc'teryx LEAF Talos LT Halfshell

We recently recommended the Arc’teryx LEAF Talos LT Halfshell and we just got these photos from Haley Strategic Partners that give you some good all around shots of the Talos LT to help you get a better feel for it. As it turns out there are a whole lot of other great products in these photos like carbines from Bravo Company USA featuring parts from B5 Systems as well as armor carriers and pouches from Mayflower Research and Consulting along with holsters from G-Code. You may also notice a lot of Kryptek camouflage in these photos including some cool custom combat pants from Australia’s Platatac, not to mention some interesting gloves from Outdoor Research.

Mayflower UW GEN V Chest Rig Official Release May 12th

Monday, May 6th, 2013

UW GEN V Chest Rig (1)

The UW GEN V Chest Rig from Mayflower we unveiled last week will be available for order on their website beginning 12 May.

UW GEN V Chest Rig (2)

It’s a split front design with plenty of carrying capacity for the items you need including 2 radio/GP pockets.

UW GEN V Chest Rig (med insert)

The mag pouches are fully adaptable to a variety of loads thanks to a family of adapters.


Offered in 500D Cordura in the following colors: Coyote Brown, Black, Ranger Green, MultiCam, A-TACS AU and Desert Digital. It is also offered in 1000D Cordura in Kryptek Highlander, Kryptek Mandrake and Kryptek Yeti.

Introducing the UW GEN V Split-Front Chest Rig from Mayflower

Wednesday, May 1st, 2013


This week’s Mayflower Range Days presented in concert with Velocity Systems and Grey Group Training marks the release of the new UW GEN V Split-Front Chest Rig.


One of the first things you will notice about the UW GEN V Split-Front Chest Rig is its versatility. Through a series of interchangeable inserts it is capable of carrying 5.56, 7.62×51, 7.62×39, MP7 or 9mm magazines.


The chest rig features two radio/general purpose pouches that will accommodate several types of radios including (but not limited to) PRC-148, PRC-152, Motorola 5000 and several types of mini SAT antennas and Blue Force Trackers. The pouch will also fit a purpose built medical insert (IFAK). The front of the magazine pouches also feature three general-purpose pouches and one pistol magazine/GP pouch. The chest rig body features a center zipper closure and an additional strap closure for use over “puffy” winter clothing or for ventilation in hot weather environments. All buckles are ITW-Nexus and these are made in the USA of US materials.


The UW GEN V Split Front Chest Rig is sold as a kit including: 5.56, 7.62×51, 7.62×39 inserts and one pocket top.


The UW GEN V Split-Front Chest Rig is available in 500D Cordura in the following colors: Coyote Brown, Black, Ranger Green, MultiCam, A-TACS AU and Desert Digital. It is also offered in 1000D Cordura in Kryptek Highlander, Kryptek Mandrake and Kryptek Yeti.

For the next two weeks to pre-order the UW GEN V Split-Front Chest Rig, contact Grey Group Training.

Mayflower and Velocity Systems Churning Out Pouches With Helium Whisper Backers

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Here are some photos of Mag Shingles featuring Helium Whisper backers from Mayflower and Velocity Systems.


At today’s range day with Velocity Systems, Mayflower Research and Consulting and Grey Group Training I got a chance to check out some production samples of pouches with Blue Force Gear‘s Helium Whisper backers.


They are doing a great job adapting the Helium Whisper to their designs. What do you think?

Mayflower – Continuous Improvement

Sunday, March 17th, 2013


This photo from Mayflower Research & Consulting illustrates the evolution of their Low-Profile Armor Carrier (LPAC). Since it’s inception in 2006 it has undergone about 10 different minor changes and at least one major redesign. Mayflower constantly evaluates their designs and materials available to ensure they offer the most advanced gear possible.

Hey, It’s a Cool Pic

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013


I don’t do this a whole lot but this a cool pic from Military Systems Group who manufacture Gun Mount, Swing Arm, and Weapon Mounting Solutions. And, as a bonus it features some Mayflower kit.