Quick Release Pouch/Case Attachment System For MOLLE

Saturday July 24th, 2021 admin

Idea: Beta-TNT   Last week, a photo of a Marine (or a Corpsman) caught my eyes. He carries a medic pouch on his body armor, but he doesn’t use the MOLLE attachment, instead, he uses a quick release strap with a buckle. With this mechanism, he can take the pouch […]

Summit Equipment: Another ILBE Loser?

Wednesday July 21st, 2021 admin

Author: Beta-TNT   While I was hanging around on eBay, a used, named woodland rucksack caught my eyes. The manufactory of the pack is “Summit Equipment”, a brand that I never heard about. The pack looks like a militarized civil outdoor rucksack with several external pockets and an ILBE-like internal […]

Low Ride Adaptor For Pouch

Friday June 25th, 2021 admin

Innovation/Author: Beta-TNT   As the summer comes, anything which you stuffed in your pants pocket makes you feeling bad. If you don’t want to wear a satchel or backpack, fanny pack or belt pouch is your only option. But this will cause another problem: if you install your belt pouch […]

Pack Preview: Eagle Industries All-Purpose Pack

Wednesday April 28th, 2021 admin

Author: Beta-TNT Permission Acquired for Reposting   In these years, many tactical gear brands turned their eyes on civil or even fashion items, and made their own pack products. These packs are not aiming tactical or outdoor anymore, they are designed for pure daily use. Most of them have following […]

A Smart Way Attaching Gears To Your Sling Firmly

Saturday March 27th, 2021 admin

– and without sewing or cutting! Inventor: Beta-TNT   In some situation, we want to have small pouches or something else attached to the sling in front the of chest, so that we can have a accelerated access to our cellphone, wallet or passport (and no need to worry they […]

G.I. Official Macsot Bobbi The Cat

Monday December 14th, 2020 admin

Adopted on Sep, 16th, 2020. Found in a bicycle park near the home of our member. She was just a poor, dirty tiny furball when found, and might not survive this winter. But now she is a pretty small lady and becomes our mascot! The member who adopted her already […]

Story About The “RDF” Combat Uniform

Sunday June 14th, 2020 admin

Author: Beta-TNT   The “RDF” combat uniform, which referring to a transitional type of combat uniform between the Tropical Combat Uniform (TCU) and Battle Dress Uniform (BDU). Since the formal nomenclature of the “RDF” combat uniform: Coat, Hot Weather, Camouflage Pattern, is almost the same as BDU’s, collectors named it […]

Loadouts! Vol.1: US Army Rangers Early 1980s

Tuesday June 9th, 2020 admin

The United States invasion of Grenada began at dawn on 25 October 1983. The invading force consisted of the Army’s rapid deployment force, Marines, Army Delta Force, Navy SEALs, and ancillary forces totaling 7,600 troops, together with Jamaican forces and troops of the Regional Security System (RSS). The force defeated […]

[Repost] A Lost History: 30 Years of the Eagle A-III

Thursday May 21st, 2020 admin

Source: Soldier Systems Daily There are times when a backpack becomes a trendsetter because it is on the forward edge of a fashion trend, creating a bump for an entire industry of companies chasing the idea of “the perfect pack”. They have cutting-edge styling and advertising campaigns that seem to […]

“Jungle Ranger” Rucksack Is Available For Sale!

Thursday March 5th, 2020 admin

After months of preparation, Gear-Illustration and Lii Gear joint designed rucksack “Jungle Ranger” is finally ready for sale! This small rucksack is based on the classic ARVN rucksack with some modernized practical design added on. The products retains the iconic rucksack main body and dual large external cargo pockets, and […]

Militaria In The Mist (4): MOLLE II Gears In…Arctic White?

Tuesday August 20th, 2019 admin

Author: Beta-TNT   We US militaria collectors are too familiar with MOLLE II gears, we all know MOLLE II gears in five colors/camouflages: woodland, desert, coyote brown, universal camouflage and OEF camouflage. But today I’ll tell you a stunning fact: there is a sixth color for MOLLE II. It’s Arctic […]

Militaria In The Mist (2): M-1967 USMC

Sunday July 28th, 2019 admin

Author: Beta-TNT   The M-1967 USMC LCE was one of those nylon webbing gears for the Vietnam War. About the difference between the M-1967 USMC and the Army M-1967, just read this: Story About USGI Buttpack. Long words in short: the M-1967 USMC and the Army M-1967 are definitely two […]

Militaria In The Mist (1): MOLLE Canteen Pouch

Sunday July 28th, 2019 admin

Author: Beta-TNT For a long time, I was always wondering about one thing: there are some gears that should be in large number, but they are rare or even impossible to find in militaria market. The MOLLE canteen pouch is among them. I’m talking about “MOLLE”, the first generation, not […]

M-1956 LCE Official Copy (1): Greek Army M-1971 Load-Carrying Equipment

Sunday December 9th, 2018 admin

Author: Beta-TNT (Webmaster) Overview In the 1970s’, there were many countries’ armed forces using American style individual equipment copy as their own standard issue. Let’s start with Greek M-1971 Load-Carrying Equipment. After the World War II, Greece received military assistance from the US, among them there were small arms and […]