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Wear Test: Mechanix Wear “Original 0.5mm Covert” glove review

 

Mechanix Wear's Covert .5 mm Glove

Mechanix Wear’s Original 0.5 mm “Covert” tactical glove was worn while using everything we could think of…

We received a package in the mail from Mechanix Wear a few months ago and ualuid an extensive wear test and evaluation on the brand’s “Original 0.5mm Covert” glove.  Like eye pro, quality boots and good kneepads, gloves are an important piece of safety gear.   Besides having debris in your eyes, nothing is more distracting to the mission then filleting your hand open on some piece of rusty metal or other hazard and having to… Continue reading

Holster Test: Alien Gear “Cloak Tuck 2.0” IWB

Alien Gear's new Cloak Tuck 2.0

Alien Gear’s new Cloak Tuck 2.0

Alien Gear Holsters new “Cloak Tuck 2.0 IWB” holster proves once again, that they know what they are doing when it comes to building concealable, stable, and super comfortable holsters. As much as we like the speed of a standard OWB (Outside the Waist Band) holster, in the world of concealed carry, the IWB (Inside Waist-Band) holster rules, and the public quickly  Continue reading

Alien Gear “70 Hour – 700 Draw” Wear Test Complete!

Although no one will likely see it while concealed, the Cloak Tuck 2.0 is a beautifully designed piece of kit...

Although no one will likely see it while concealed, the Cloak Tuck 2.0 is a beautifully designed piece of kit…

So far during our “70 Hour – 700 Draw Wear Test” the holster has been great.  We are now finalizing the last few particulars on the full review, and will be posting it within the next 24 hours.

STAY TUNED!

And Stay Safe, 

-Gúru Chia

Just Arrived for Review: Safariland’s new GLS!

SafariLand ALS 6377 and GLS 5377logoed

SafariLand’s ALS 6377 (weapon light version) next to the new GLS 5377 (right)

We just received a package in the mail from Safariland containing two new holsters to review: a Safariland ALS 6377 and the new GLS 5377.  Both feature automatic locking retention devices that are active the moment you holster the weapon.  These will be put to the test during the next few weeks, so stay tuned for the reviews!   We will keep you posted on further developments.

Stay Safe,

-Gúru Chia