The Denim UTPs are 80% cotton with a mix of polyester and elastane to help with an adjustable and comfortable fit regardless of the wearer’s frame. The trousers weigh in at 1.1 kg and contain 12 individual pockets with knee pad compartments.
One of these many products is the BE-X FronTier One Hardshell Trousers which is designed for military and civilian use in all season use. The trousers are part of a combination of products which use the same technologies and are designed to be used together.
The Phalanx is a 37L backpack (30L main compartment, 7L helmet carry) that has been designed for EDC and at most two days of duty carry. At first glance, the backpack does look like it can take quite a lot of equipment. We’ve been able to fit two days worth of dry food, general electronics, a DSLR case, flat pack outerwear and a laptop in the main compartment alone.
The Magload NEXUS 12 is a twelve shell caddie which holds six pairs of shotgun shells in a dual/quad load configuration which allows for quick loading into the feeding ramp of a shotgun. Although designed specifically for practical shotgun sports, the caddie has seen use in other sports including multi gun where other firearms are used in conjunction.
Nylon is the first commercially successful synthetic thermoplastic polymer to reach industrial manufacturing. Nylon is a synthetic polymer based on polyamides which is a thermoplastic material that melts into shapes and films.
The FLIR Breach PTQ136 has a 320 x 256 60Hz VOx Microbolometer with long wave infrared accurate between 7.5 and 13.5 micrometres of the electromagnetic spectrum. The lens is 9.1 mm with an aperture of f/1.04, giving a 24 x 19 degree angle of view. This is a narrow field of view however it allows for more precise and detailed visuals at range. This device is designed to give a focused visual thermal than a more overall picture for manoeuvring. As mentioned before, the display comes with multiple visual schemes: White Hot, Black Hot, Rainbow HC, Ironbow, Sepia, Arctic, and Outdoor Alert.
There are many digital optics in the world of technology which assist and develop the ability for a human to enhance what they see. Since the beginning of the First World War, the need to be able to see in hard situations was tackled by the military industry (particularly the Germans).
KJ Works has been the first airsoft manufacturer to replicate this pistol as close to the real steel as possible. This pistol is focused for use in competition shooting in Airsoft International Pistol Shooting Competitions also known as Action Air Pistol Shooting in the UK. One very special feature of the SP01 Shadow is the fact that even though it has been specially created for competition shooting, it is considered to be a Production Division pistol. This means that it can be used in a class of competition shooting in which it competes against standard, unmodified pistols.
An AEG that functions like a PTW but isn’t a PTW. ASG have set a standard for manufacturers and that’s not all. Using the original molds of a real firearm and liaising with third parties to accomplish better internals. This is what makes good products… or is it?
Most optics are priced in relation to their features and how reliable they are advertised to be with different calibres and usage. A good compact economically priced optic would be around £150~ where as a high quality brand such as Aimpoint would price their variation at just over £500. The Firefield Impulse 1x22 Compact Red Dot Sight is priced at just under £80 with features that are similar to but do not supersede other more expensive brands.
One of these many products is the BE-X FronTier One Bivy Bag (sleeping bag not included) which is designed for military and civilian use in all season use. The buvy bag is part of a combination of products which use the same technologies and are designed to be used together.