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An Elbit Systems HERMES-900 MALE UAV with SKYEYE electro-optical payload (Photo: Elbit Systems) isdef

ISDEF: International defence, homeland security and cyber trade show

Unmanned 30mm Turret for Spanish Army 8x8

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General Dynamics European Land Systems presents Spain´s Pizarro Engineering Combat Vehicle in FEINDEF

5.11 Tactical's device-ready ABR Pro Pant packs a mean punch, yet does not stand out as a classic tactical pant, i.e. it is great for covert action. With nine total pockets, reinforced seat and knees (internal knee pad ready), and 5.11's trademark utility/tool strap (for easy storage of gloves and other accessible equipment), it is rolled into a relaxed, straight-fit profile. Made with the company's rugged and very light poly/cotton FlexLite Ripstop with mechanical stretch (71% polyester/29% cotton), these tactical pants are dirt and water repellent thanks to the practical Teflon finish. It furthermore comes with updated back pockets that provide adequate space for essential EDC gear and a convenient small D-ring in the front to securely attached carabiners and the such. Currently my favourite everyday office and outdoor pants!

MONCh Gear Box Product Review

One thing I love is a good fixed blade knife. Gerber's STRONG ARM, in bery durable black ceramic coating that has a smooth finish, is a full tang construction with an exposed point on the pommel, which can be used as a glass breaker, coming out of a glass-reinforced diamond textured, rubberised handle that is secure in the hand even when wet. The knife balances very nicely and the roughly equal proportions between the handle and blade (420HC at 12.2cm/9.8in) are aesthetically pleasing. At an overall length of 24.8cm (9.8in)  the STRONG ARM weighs 204g (7.2oz) and comes with Gerber’s brilliant Modular Sheath system, giving it an overall weight of 309g (10.9oz), making it easy to carry, and perfect for those ( dismounted infantry, SOF units) looking to trim as much weight as possible. The sheath system is designed to be adaptable to the user, giving the user various carry options: MOLLE mount, a drop leg system and a belt loop option for horizontal carry (the knife is too big for concealed carry, but it is great for a snag free carry while wearing armour). There are recessed portions that click into the sheath providing positive retention that can be used as thumb pads for defensive purposes. The only downside is the use of 420 HC, as it will not hold an edge for long, but with sharpening this becomes an amazing cutting tool.

MONCh Gear Box Product Review

One of Mystery Ranch's more versatile backpacks is the 3 Day Assault Pack CL, being the perfect size (56x34x24cm at 2.1kg with 30l) and design for anyone looking for a a military-grade, super tough (500D CORDURA fabric) yet high-tech backpack. It features a laptopsleeve for up to 17in devices and doubles as a hydration pocket; compression straps with nylon cordage wrapped through the pull tabs to avoid unraveling and unnecessary dangling; a 3 Zip design for great packing possibilities; and water resistant YKK zippers. The interior of the pack has two mesh pockets with zipper enclosures for smaller items and two longer nylon pouches that can be used to carry camera lenses or hydration bladders. It furthermore features a waist belt, that can be conveniently tucked away in the sides, and a bunch of MOLLE straps on the sides and front daisy chains provide lash on expansion to increase carry capacity. Two side pockets also come in handy for water bottles. Overall, the 3 Day Assault Pack is an extremely tough backpack that is easy to carry and holds its own.

MONCh Gear Box Product Review

MONCh Gear Box Product Review

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MONCh Gear Box Introducing New Gear

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