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Platatac at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Platatac posted some great photos of their booth at this year’s Land Warfare Conference in Melbourne.


There’s some cool stuff in here.


Especially these giveaway hats.



Sneak Peek – Platatac Chicom

Friday, June 15th, 2012

Two photos of Platatac’s upcoming mesh chest rig, referred to as a ‘Chicom.’




Happy 25th Platatac!

Friday, June 1st, 2012

I’ve known the folks at Platatac for over 20 years myself so it is a great pleasure to wish them a Happy 25th! Here’s to 25 more!


Close Up Of Platatac’s New SEAL Cam

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Guess April Fool’s Day came early this year.

Platatac’s New SEAL Cam

Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Australian firm Platatac got a hold of a recently released Govt photo featuring their new SEAL Cam developed in secret for a special customer. It looks to be a desert pattern.


Interested in Some Special Platatac Kit?

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Platatac just posted a picture of a new rig on their Facebook wall. It’s a niche piece of kit but they’re wondering if anyone else would be interested in it. Go check it out, let ’em know what you think. Many people are unaware that the Australian company frequently builds small batches of specialized kit that never goes out on their commercial site. If they make just a few dozen it might cost as much as $400. If they manufacture over a hundred the price could be cut in half. Go check it out.


This article first appeared on TacticalFanboy.com.

Platatac Nomad Pack

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Platac’s tagline for the new Nomad Pack is “Overt is the New Covert”. The idea is to hide in plain sight and the Nomad does that. Appearing as a mild mannered commuter pack, the Nomad is specifically designed to accommodate the HK-G36C and Short Barreled M4 Carbine variants. Thanks to an ingenuous hideaway extender sleeve it will also fit longer barreled weapons.

It has hideaway straps for use as carry-on luggage, or you can criss-cross the shoulder straps to make a sling bag. Additionally, the interior of the main compartment includes PALS webbing. Yes, it’s available in MultiCam but the Black and Grey combo looks pretty good for playing the Grey Man


New Shemagh

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Australian military outfitter Platatac has released the M-Cam Shemagh. It’s unique design is unlike anything we’ve ever seen.