If you are looking for high quality shooting gear, you are in the right place!

To help speed up production and get all of the various styles of gear back in stock, I've made the following decisions:

1) I'll no longer be offering snaps on any gear. All gear will only be available with Velcro. (This applies to Garand Cartridge Belts and Garand Belt Pouches.) I have to set each snap by hand and it is time consuming. It takes twice as long to make any piece of gear with snaps than it does with Velcro, and gear with Velcro out-sells snaps anyway.

2) I'll only be making gear in Coyote Brown, Coyote Tan/Khaki, OD Green, and Multicam. I won't be making any gear in Black or Woodland Marpat for a long while. Coyote Brown is the best seller, followed by OD Green, then Khaki and Multicam. There is a huge drop-off in sales after that to Black and Woodland Marpat, so it makes sense for me to allocate my time to the those colors that the majority of people want.

Doing these two things will help me get all of the different styles in stock faster, and get the gear in stock with the colors that the majority of people are looking for.

Right now I'm making orders for Brownells.  Next I'll refill the other items that are out of stock, like Garand Grab and Gos.  Then I'll be making new items, like new chest rigs!

This entire process is going to take months. I'm a one-man operation. I'm not going to cut any corners in quality to try to make gear faster.

If you want to be notified when something will be in stock, please email me at Let me know the color and the style you're looking for (i.e. "Coyote Brown Garand Grab and Go" or "OD 7.62 Grab and Go"), and I'll email you when those are back in stock.

Thanks for your support!

I have only two men out of my company and 20 out of some other company. We need support, but it is almost suicide to try to get it here as we are swept by machine gun fire and a constant barrage is on us. I have no one on my left and only a few on my right. I will hold.

—Marine 2dLt Clifton B. Cates, 96th Co., 19 July 1918, 1045 a.m., from records of the U.S. 2d Division (Regular)