Customer Disclaimer - Lead times will be much faster than before but the new holsters may still take a few weeks to process and ship. We appreciate...View full product details
Since 2015, Applied Defense Concepts has been training private citizens, law enforcement, and the men and women of the US Military in warrior skillsets. They work side-by-side...View full product details
The L50 EDC Flashlight is manufactured by Wuben, a company that has been making lights since 1981. The L50 is designed for a lifetime of...View full product details
The Garage Gun-Range allows you to: - Shoot in the comfort of your own home without alarming anyone.- Practice Reloading- Practice drawing your pistol from the holster. - Engage Multiple...View full product details
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I purchased a gen 2 model in MCB. It claimed to accept a tlr flashlight, the TD defense gas pedal and charging handle. I also added the option for an agency arms comp. I expected this thing to be dicey at best especially with the accessories, but was willing to try anything at this point with such limited options on the market. HOLY SMOKES, THIS THING IS SICK AF! Locks in retention tightly despite the accessories (shocking), while still making holstering and unholstering pretty easy. Locking the gun in place with the strap is perfect. You guys crushed it. I am very, very satisfied with the product fit and finish, and i expect it will hold up nicely.
Works better than I expected! Having created holsters for our systems, I know it isn't easy. These guys are awesome!
There is not much more you could ask for in a survival 1st aid kit. An N95 mask would be a nice add in the futureand really wish I had seen the waterproof one as I would have gotten that. I love it though, and while hope never to need it, it gives a sense of security knowing I have it just in case I do. The add of the free tactical pen and e-book First Aid Guide are a nice bonus too.
If you are looking at first aid kits, then you won't go wrong with a Surviveware one. Definitely money well spent!
Stay safe everyone.
Great first aid kit. Well organized and labeled. There is a large compartment for your personal medication. I used this as a starter kit and added a lot of extras. I added a small thermometer, Sewing kit, gloves, floss, Advil, Tylenol, Benadryl,DayQuil/NyQuil pills. I also added self sticking flex tape bandages, antibacterial pads/wipes, extra alcohol prep pads, more bandaids of various sizes, small cortisone packets, triple antibiotic packets. There is just enough room to stuff in a instant ice pack as I zip it up.
The case itself is a quality material. There is a tear-away Velcro pad on the back side(very strong!) that has straps. I used that to strap it to the back of my headrest. It fits perfect with a little adjustment. Then when hiking, I strap it to my pack. I paired this with a trauma kit from Lightning X on our last camping trip and had a great piece of mind.
Overall great product. Highly recommend.
I usually don’t do reviews, but I had to comment on what a great product the Surviveware First Aid Kit is. It is really well thought out and organized, and the items in the kit are of very decent quality. I haven't seen a comparable kit like this on the market; most kits have sub-par products put together without much attention to detail. I really appreciate how Surviveware labels and organizes the compartments. The paracord bracelet and very bright LED penlight are nice touches. The paracord bracelet has a built in whistle, a small blade and fire steel that snap into the buckle. How cool is that?? The titanium folding knife is also impressive for a “kit” knife; the blade and handle seem well made and sturdy. Other nice touch’s are EMT shears, aluminum alloy whistle, metal tweezers, and CPR kit. Also, biodegradable wipes... I can’t tell you how many times I wished I had something to wash my hands and face when I don’t have a water source nearby.
Arrived and fit ok to my face. Feel better about going outside
Excellent gas mask
They seem of good quality and have not taken long to arrive. They are for my mother and husband who are risk groups
Its money is worth it. the rubber is good does not smell, it is heavily lubricated with silicone. The glass does not sweat due to a cunning system of ducts. Approximately like blowing windshield in the car.
Very good mask, makes perfect face seal and is very comfortable to wear!
Just came in today. Covers my mouth and nose.
It's taken a lot longer than I thought to arrive and They're expensive, yes; But at least I got something for myself and my coworkers, since it was the only thing I could find.
Despite the pandemic situation it arrived in ok time. These are literally sold out everywhere. Only place I could find it
The masks are good quality.