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Where have you been all these years?

| September 9, 2015 | Reply

Would you believe it’s been 2 years since our last post? Probably not, you’ve probably moved on to newer and better things. This, I don’t blame you at all for. I started Tactical Survivor out of hobby, something to do in my spare time. But hobbies turn into passions, and if you’re lucky enough they’ll […]

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A-TACS LE Now available

| August 27, 2013 | Reply

New A-TACS LE Camo is the latest addition to our pattern line-up.  Fabric in this new pattern has been released is now officially available for purchase through SCHOTT Performance Fabrics at 877-720-4545. A-TACS LE Camo was developed for – and with the assistance of – law enforcement professionals. Unlike our A-TACS AU and FG camo patterns that […]

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New from Intelligent Armour, Lightweight 1” Combat Belt in A-TACS FG Camo.

| May 8, 2013 | Reply

Gloucestershire, UK based Intelligent Armour introduces their new lightweight combat belt in A-TACS FG Camo and built to UK Military Specifications. The new Intelligent Armour Lightweight Combat Belt can be worn with any trousers on or off duty without worrying about the width of the belt. At 1″ wide, the Intelligent Armour Lightweight Combat Belt […]

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QP Gear launches lower cost uniforms in PenCott patterns – FREE SHIPPING CODE INSIDE

| April 10, 2013 | 1 Reply

Wednesday April 10th, 2013 QP Gear launches PenCott pattern uniforms with lowered price points. At QP Gear we provide 100% US made soft goods that are manufactured to order, offering you the best fit and customizability available. After great success with PenCott patterns in our existing soft goods lines, we feel a need to provide […]

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New Products from US Nightvision Corporation now available in A-TACS AU and A-TACS FG Camo Patterns

| March 26, 2013 | 1 Reply

Roseville, California based US Night Vision Corporation introduces a wide range of new concealment products now available in A-TACS AU and A-TACS FG Camo patterns. US Nightvision is a world-leading supplier of Night Vision and surveillance products to the Military, Law Enforcement and Shooting Sports Industry. New products in their line include Mag Wraps Mag […]

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HELIKON-TEX adds PenCott to its camouflage line-up

| January 24, 2013 | Reply

European tactical clothing brand HELIKON-TEX broke the news yesterday that it is adding the GreenZone, Badlands and Snowdrift versions of PenCott to its line-up. Due to be revealed at the IWA & Outdoor Classics 2013 trade show in March, the new patterns will first be produced in Helikon-Tex’s Combat Patrol Uniform, then will come their Combat Shirt, Boonie Hat and Combat Cap models. […]

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New for 2013 from Konus

| January 16, 2013 | Reply

January 15, 2013, Las Vegas, NV – Konus has arrived at the 2013 Shot Show with new gear in its product lineup.  Included in that is the T30 series – a brand new line of compact tactical scopes with a ballistic reticle as well a new addition to the popular M30 series and a new electronic sight […]

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Digital Concealment Systems introduces new A-TACS LE Camo

| January 15, 2013 | Reply

Columbus, Georgia-based Digital Concealment systems announces the introduction of the newest camouflage pattern in their line-up. As the name indicates, new A-TACS LE Camo was developed for Law Enforcement professionals. The pattern combines various shades of grey, blue and black and utilizes the trademark “organic pixel” look developed by DCS for its original A-TACS AU Camo pattern. A-TACS LE […]

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Laxco SmartScope

| January 14, 2013 | Reply

Laxco is proud to introduce the world’s first fully automated auto targeting SmartScopetm. The design provides all the features of a standard rife scope with the eyepiece view plus incorporates an auto targeting system and a built in digital range finder. Using this automation feature within the scope, the user gets bullet drop compensation fully […]

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’tis the season for SNOWDRIFT

| January 2, 2013 | Reply

Traditional solid white “snow camouflage” doesn’t work well in terrain where the snow cover is uneven and features shadows and textures, and/or where rocks and dry vegetation break the blanket of snow.  So, someother snow camouflage patterns attempt to include the appearance of stalks, grass or tree branches – which only work in very specific […]

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