https://youtu.be/zXxRo4SMGjs I’m joined today by Jari, the CEO of Varusteleka to talk about one of the pieces of gear we both used in Lynx Brutality: Varusteleka’s new Low Visibility Plate Carrier. It’s designed to keep […]
The German company Erma (Erfurter Maschinenfabrik) developed a .22 rimfire kit for the Mauser 98 for the German Army in the 1920s. It was used for training, both to allow for more effective fundamental practice […]
Patented in Germany as System Schätzle, the L26 was a departure from the copies of the Russian wipe-based silencer designs. The L26 used a set of six identical cone-shaped metal baffles inside a simple tube. […]
In 1942, the US Navy adopted the Mk22 Pedestal mount, which fitted a pair of water-cooled Browning M2 machine guns (one left-hand feed and one right-hand). It was used for antiaircraft use primarily, and was […]
While the Johnson LMG was issued in limited quantities throughout World War Two, notably to Marine Raiders, Paramarines, and the 1st Special Service Force, the US never issued web gear made for its uniquely-sized magazines. […]
I’m really excited to have this merchandise available from my friends at Varusteleka – check it out!