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MDM – MOHOC Helmet Camera

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

The MOHOC Elite Ops Camera is a military-optimized camera developed with a specific form factor designed to be mounted to the top of a helmet. In addition to 140 deg FOV capture of 1080 full motion HD video, the 12 MP camera will also take stills. In fact, you can capture stills and video simultaneously. Additionally, the lens rotates so it will remain horizontally oriented regardless of where it is mounted.

The MOHOC has been drop tested to 2 meters and is waterproof to 10 meters. Finally, the MOHOC not only contains a Lithium Ion power cell (2 hours) but will also accept two CR123A batteries (~6 hours).


The MOHOC is expected to begin shipping this Summer. An IR Greyscale variant will also be available. 

MDM – Mechanix Wear – All Coyote Line

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015


Mechanics Wear is now offering their core line of gloves in an all Coyote configuration. This includes the Fastfit and The Original models, which are shipping now, and the M-Pact model, which will begin shipping later this year.

MDM – ArmorWorks Take II

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

We liked ArmorWorks’ designs so much we wanted to share another one with you.



MDM – Gore Military

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012


Gore Military’s Lightweight Loft technology is a combination of PrimaLoft’s Fusion insulation (80g) hang in a Gore 2-layer Fast Pack membrane laminate. A comfortable softshell, it is also water resistant. It is not only wind proof but it can also quickly be packed. Because of the breathability it dries quickly and can be used to layer over wet garments to help dry via convection.

The Lightweight Loft has been adopted by USSOCOM as level 3B of PCU. The garment was designed by Patagonia and has been printed in several camo patterns including nIR protection.

MDM – Ontario Knives

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012


Under development, the PJ Crash Axe is a modification of the SPAX which is a rescue tool that has seen wide spread use in DoD. The Crash Axe has a longer handle for increased leverage. Additionally, they’ve increased the cutting surface.


Featuring Black micarta handle, they’ve also incorporated a can opener-style cutter in the butt of the Axe. It’s a utilitarian tool that is well suited to breaching, rescue, as well as camp chore applications.


The Automatic Rescue Knife is an automatic design developed for the Coast Guard. It features a proprietary blade design that is similar to an eagle claw style but with a safety entry tip. The blade also integrates both standard cutting and serrations. Additionally, there is a glass breaker in the butt of the handle.


Ontario Knives now incorporates an open spine system into their folders. It means no trapped water or other debris gunking up the knife. You can use a weapon cleaning brush or just a quick blow and it’s clean.

MDM – Bulldog Equipment

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

We recently showed you the Bulldog Equipment’s 240 AG Kit. It’s a great product and as you can see, it can be mounted on the Mystery Ranch NICE frame.


You’ll now be able to get Bulldog’s 240 AG Kit and 60mm Mortar System through Mystery Ranch and MR packs through Bulldog Equipment.

MDM – Rogue Precision

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012


Designed by a Retired Marine Sniper and Wounded Warrior, the R-Clamp Tripod Shooting Head fits on standard tripods and can accommodate most any rifle sock due to its adjustable tension.


Here, you can see it being used at a recent Rogue Corps event to stabilize binos. Rogue Corps is a nonprofit designed to get our Wounded Warriors outdoors to participate in a variety of activities.

MDM – ArmorWorks

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012


ArmorWorks has been hard at work developing new designs like this jungle load system demonstrator. They’ve also been working with integrating new materials into those designs. Look for something completely new, coming soon.