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NERF N-Strike Tactical Vest

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

This NERF N-Strike Tactical Vest can hold enough foam weaponry to start a small war… in your back yard. This one-size-fits-most vest holds four quick load clips (mags), 12 clip (mag) system darts, extra blasters, and any of the N-Strike swords. In addition, it comes with two clear clear clips (mags), because clear equals tactical, and 12 additional darts. At the rate NERF N-Strike is growing, I expect next years vest to be MOLLE compatible.

The Original Combat Cock

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

Move over Battle Bears, there’s a new stuffed companion bred for war and with a name swimming in alliteration. All shall bow down to the Combat Cock! Guaranteed to make you run faster and shoot straighter, this fine piece of advanced kit comes in a variety of flavors: MultiCam, OD, Black, Coyote Tan, and ACU (more like AC-Ewww, amirite?). A one inch nylon web tail attaches your [Combat] Cock to your kit, which is like adding +5 to your badassery. In addition, you can have velcro side panels added to slap on your favorite inspirational and/or offensive patches, elastic ammo carriers so your [Combat] Cock will hold more rounds, and stitching of the most manly of colors: pink! (no homo)

Visit combatcocks.com to order your very own Combat Cock. Remember, only the best of the best let their [Combat] Cocks hang out!

A Simple, Accurate Bullet Counter

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

When shooting a firearm, it’s sometimes difficult to remember exactly how many rounds are left in your magazine. And while bullet counters aren’t a new concept, what has been produced is mostly limited to military use. However, Michael Ciuffo has created a simple to use and more importantly accurate bullet counter. As you can see from the video, it attaches to the standard Picatinny rail system. It works by picking up the recoil of each shot, and can be adjusted for sensitivity, from a few to 50 Gs of force. Although the counter is pre-set at 30 rounds, it can be adjusted for more or less, dependent on the size of your magazine. The display also flashes when you’ve run dry, and one of the more useful features is if you perform a reload and a round is still in the chamber, pressing the reset button will add +1 to your original count. Finally, the power source is simple: it runs on 2 AA batteries.

This is a very cool product, and it’s definitely on my list of ‘must-haves’. Luckily, because of the large demand for the counters Michael Ciuffo is entering production with them. To receive the newsletter which will detail their eventual release, message him on Youtube with your e-mail address in the body. Also, it’s worth note that these counters are not intended for use in combat situations, but from what I understand the device is sturdy enough that it could handle such conditions.