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MMR HUNTER Mossberg


5.11 STRYKE PANT 5.11 Tactical


Three initial offerings of this series in 5.56mm NATO (.223 Rem) will be dedicated to the predator, varmint and small- game hunter: a black phosphate/anodized version and two fully camouflaged versions in Mossy Oak Tree stand and Mossy Oak Brush. A slender, checkered aluminum tubular fore-end is matched with an A2-style buttstock for a more traditional fit and feel. Dual swivel studs grace the fore-end for the addition of bipod and sling and the stock features a rear stud with attached sling swivel. A 5-round magazine is included; however, the MMR Hunter accepts most higher- capacity AR-15- style magazines. For more info: (203) 230-5300 or www.mossberg.com


MEDUSA TRI-RAIL Minotaur Tactical


DUA FOLDER Grayman Knives


Following on the heels of the larger SATU folder, the DUA is built tank-tough in the Grayman tradition, with a 3" CPM S30 blade, and a solid Titanium handle. It retails for $255 in Beadblast finish and $285 in DLC coated. For more info: info@graymanknives.com or www. graymanknives.com


The Medusa Tri-Rail for Remington 870 shotguns features three sturdy Picatinny rail platforms for solid installation of optics, lasers and accessories. Included with the Medusa is a replacement rail featuring a sling swivel. The position of the side and bottom rails offers the shotgun operator a clean and easy alignment with the barrel when adding a laser sight or weapon light. For more info: www.minotaurtactical.com


MINI PRY KNIFE TOPS Knives


This small pry knife features a 3/8" thick, full-tang blade made of 5160-spring steel with black linen Micarta and pistol grip handles. It can be used to open windows, secure doors and open containers. Overall length: 8-1/8"; blade length: 3-1/2". For more info: (208) 542- 0113 or www.topsknives.com


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Scouting cameras have evolved rapidly over the last several years with more and more users demanding enhanced features from their cameras. Stealth Cam answers the call by introducing TRIAD Technology. It delivers the ultimate in versatility by incorporating three cameras in one; allowing the user to chose from one of three different digital scouting formats. These Stealth Cams shoot high-resolution still images, day and night. Also, it is capable of shooting high quality video with audio. The option to set the camera to take images at predetermined intervals over selected time periods is the cornerstone behind Stealth Cams Time Lapse function. For more info: (877) 269-8490 or www.stealthcam.net


TRIAD TECHNOLOGY GSM/Stealth Cam


The 5.11 Stryke Pant with Flex-Tac is soil, stain and fade resistant, and comes out of the wash ready-to-wear. There are 10 pockets in all: two off-seam side pockets, two accessory pockets on each side, two back flap Velcro-secured wallet pockets, and low slanted cargo pockets with easy accessibility are on featured on each leg. The knees are discreetly reinforced with kneepad access inside. The self-adjusting comfort waist will make these your favorite casual pants, and the front belt loops double as a badge holder. Available in black, khaki, and TDU green. Available in fall 2011; retail price: $69.99. For more info: (866) 451-1726 or www.511tactical.com


MULTI-PLATFORM


ATTACK RACK US Palm


A low profile, quick donning, secure multiple-use chest rig compatible with a custom level IIIA soft ballistic solution. Designed to be not only functional, but with user requested feature set, the MPAR is highly configurable for multiple combinations of magazines and accessories. Constructed of 500d Cordura nylon, the MPAR features a large, adjustable kangaroo-style pouch that can accommodate up to five 30-round M4 magazines or up to five 20-round .308 magazines. For more info: (480) 398-3395 or www.us-palm.com


REALITY CHECK • 2012 SPECIAL EDITION


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