by David Crane [email protected] DefRev’s previous article on G-Code Kydex tactical holsters by Edge-Works Manufacturing was published in late September, 2002. It was titled "Looking for a Kydex Holster for Tactical Use or CCW? It’s G-Code Time." The article mentioned Edge-Works’/G-Code’s excellent REAC Ready Rig and SOC Rig, both of which are tactical thigh rigs, made from Kydex. The SOC …Read More »
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Mini AJ Utility Hammer Forcible Entry Tool for LE SWAT/SRT Tactical Operations
by David Crane [email protected] The Mini AJ Utility Hammer, by Clemenson Enterprises Inc. (CEI), is a tactical forcible entry tool that’s gotten some very good feedback so far by a number of federal, state, and city LE tactical (SWAT/SRT) and field units. Linda Fox, marketing director/sales executive for Clemenson Enterprises Inc. (CEI), started selling to the law enforcement market about …Read More »
502 Thunder Sabre Carbine by Cloud Mountain Armory
by David Crane [email protected] DefRev recently came across an excellent article on the 502 Thunder Sabre carbine in the July 2004 issue of "Guns & Weapons for Law Enforcement". The article was written by Gary Paul Johnston. The 502 Thunder Sabre carbine, developed and manufactured by Cloud Mountain Armory, is the newest entry into the rather exciting .50 Cal AR-15/M16-based …Read More »
1911 Owners: Assembling/Disassembling the 1911 Pistol, by Hilton Yam
Hilton Yam has detailed his assembly/disassembly procedures for the 1911 pistol on TacticalForums.com in this thread. The following is what Hilton wrote. If you own and/or carry a 1911 pistol, DefRev highly suggests you read it. Here: "The following is a users guide that I’ve written, detailing how I typically strip the 1911 for routine maintenance. If there’s anything I …Read More »
Robinson Armament RAV02 MC Select-Fire Assault Carbine/Subcarbine Videos.
by David Crane [email protected] You may remember our previous story on the Robinson Armament RAV02 MC assault carbine/subcarbine (the "RAV" acronym is pronounced "Rave") that we published awhile back. Well, now you can download and view MPEG and AVI format video of the RAV02 MC assault carbine/subcarbine being fired/demonstrated (You can do this by clicking on "Read More" hypertext below …Read More »
Sciax Wolf Pack Remote Viewing System: See the Badguys, First.
by David Crane [email protected] The following article contains links to documents that use the PDF file format. In order to have a complete experience reading this story, it is necessary for the reader to have Adobe Acrobat Reader on their system, which can be downloaded here. DefRev recently published a story on the PCSS1 Wireless Pole Camera and other products …Read More »
Tactical/Battle Blades for 21st Century Spec-Ops. Meet Shiva Ki.
by David Crane [email protected] This article contains a high-resolution photo (JPEG format) of three custom Shiva Ki Merc anti-personnel knives. Click on photo to view it full-size. Shiva Ki may just be the single best-kept secret in the custom knife world today. He makes what are arguably some of the sharpest tactical/fighting fixed blades in the world, and you can quote …Read More »
Blackwater Training Center. Tactical Training For Professionals and Civilians.
by Tim Chandler So you have the perfect AR15 with a properly tweaked extractor and equipment setup… And you have the perfectly reliable handgun on your hip for daily concealed carry… But do you really know how to use either of those tools well enough to save your life? Unfortunately, the answer to this question for many out there is …Read More »
Letter on Reliability of M60E4/MK43 Mod. O 7.62mm Machine Gun.
by David Crane One of DefRev’s members, "dewatters", has commented on our story below, "Demonstration Video: U.S. Ordnance M60E4/MK43 Mod. O 7.62mm Machine Gun", regarding the M60E4’s perceived reliability problems. The following is a copy of a document that was originally sent to DefRev’s editor-in-chief(yours truly) on 10/18/02 by Dale McClellan, Executive Vice President of Special Tactical Services (STS). It …Read More »
ICE(Interchangeable Component Eyeshield) 2.4 Ballistic Eyeshield by ESS.
by David Crane Eye Safety Systems, Inc. ( ESS) bills their ICE 2.4 ballistic eyeshield as "the most complete system available for high-impact eye defense in any light conditions", and they may just be right about that. "ICE" is an acronym for "Interchangeable Component Eyeshield", and the "2.4" refers to the thickness of the polycarbonate lens material, which is a …Read More »