SHOT Show 2019: Wild Things Gear

By: Fifty Shades of FDE I met with the guys at Wild Things Gear, who make high quality gear for extremely cold weather conditions. Their primary customers are from the Special Operations Community to fit their specific needs who requested gear to fit the climates that they were working in. Their products aren’t for everyone,…

The “RailChanger” is now available from Armageddon Gear and Area 419

Armageddon Gear has released something a kit they call the RailChanger. Working in collaboration with Area 419, they’ve developed some that is receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews (at least from within the niche for which it was intended!).  As Armageddon Gear describes it, “When the Game Changer hit the market in 2016 it changed the way we…

Kershaw Knives “Bareknuckle” beginning to arrive

Kershaw Knives has started 2019 strong with a knife they call the “7777 Bareknuckle.” The 7777 Bareknuckle was inspired by the original Zero Tolerance model 0777. While it maintains many features of the original award-winning ZT0777 design, the new Kershaw version has been slimmed down and crafted from superior materials. Though officially released in 2018,…

V43 from Victory First to debut at SHOT Show 2019

We received a release from Victory First. They’re an outstanding training organization in Virginia with a unique and focused background on carrying weapons concealed and then fighting with them (which is not always the same thing as just concealed carry/EDC, as those who train often and hard already know). Here’s what we’re told: Victory First is excited…

Grey Ghost has a new “hydration EDC pack” available

The tan color is Coyote, rather than FDE, but it looks to be a pretty nice pack so we’ll overlook the color problem! GGG has released their “T.Q. Hydration Pack” (TQ = Thirst Quencher) in four color schemes. It retails for $109.99. The main compartment holds a 3L bladder with room leftover for a rolled…

Lightforce USA “Striker” Vehicle LED lights now available

Lightforce USA has released a line of rectangular vehicle LEDs called the Striker series, with15 LumiLEDs aboard, but the best part is that they’ll be offered with an IR option for use with Night Vision. Striker lights are built in Australia. They feature EMC shielding, which reduces radio-stereo interference, modular filters to match different driving conditions, and a…