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TAB Gear Bullet Binder

Have you been looking for a way to carry your rounds so the bullets do not touch each other? If you go to the trouble of using a bullet pointing die to uniform each bullet tip you don’t want them banging against each other after going to that much trouble. The TAB Gear Bullet Binder just might be the solution for you. The TAB GEAR Short Action Bullet Binder has 40 separate elastic shell loops, and the Long Action Bullet Binder has 20 separate elastic shell loops to keep the rounds from touching each other. The outside of the Bullet Binder is made of two layers of Cordura with a thick… Read more »

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TAB Gear Rifle Cover – Gen I

These weather resistant covers are lightweight and compact when folder up yet provide excellent cover for your rifle and optics, keeping dirt, mud, grime and anything else away from your rifle. Excellent for protection in the field and the bipod legs can still be folded or extended Made from 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon in the new MultiCam camo pattern Webbing is all 1″ Milspec Carry handle for convenient transport of rifle Scope and muzzle areas protected with closed cell foam padding Heavy duty Milspec D-rings for attaching rifle cover to pack Fastex buckles for easy access Rifle slings still available for normal carry. Bipod legs can be fully enclosed for… Read more »

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TAB Gear Rifle Sling

The TAB Gear Rifle sling has the normal 3 elements for accurate rifle shooting: the sling loop up front, the center to adjust the carry length, and the rear of the sling which also serves as support for the non-firing hand to use in place of a rear bag. These slings have a slider that can move very easily to lock down the loop on the shooters arm. The center is where the shooter adjusts the sling for the carry length. It can be removed and connected to itself for easy storage allowing the remaining two sections of the sling to attach like a carry strap with shooting loop still… Read more »

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The TAB GEAR SAC is for storing ammo and spent brass and it is designed to carry 100 rounds of 308 ammo. There are 10 loops on the outside to have 10 rounds readily available. There is also a divider on the inside of the bag to separate the live rounds from the spent brass. This is a good way to pack a lot of rounds easily as well as police your spent brass (Target Identifiers). To top it off, there are Molle loops on the back to make it easy to attach the SAC anywhere on your gear as well. Kind of a clever little bag. Features: 1000 Denier… Read more »

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TAB Gear Rear Bag

We have been looking for a good sandsock for use at the rear of the rifle and these high quality rectangular rear shooting bags are versatile and durable enough to be used in most all tactical shooting situations. They are filled with plastic beads and will survive the harshest elements and field use. Being rectangular they have three different standard heights and the small adjustments needed can be done by squeezing and releasing your grip as necessary. The corner loop also allows for easily attaching them to equipment to help haul it around. Features: Made from 1000 Denier Cordura Nylon Webbing is all 1″ Milspec Approximate size 7.5″ x 1.5″… Read more »

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Magpul MOE+ Grip

Everyone has grown to know and appreciate the Magpul products. The MOE+ grips are an upgraded grip for the AR series of rifles. Below is Magpul’s own description. The MOE+ Grip combines reinforced polymer body construction with comfortable, wrap-around rubber overmolding for maximum weapon control in adverse environments. With a similar shape to a ‘medium’ sized MIAD, this AR15/M4 drop-in design features a hard-polymer bottom edge to reduce the possibility of equipment snags or grip damage. The MOE+ Grip accepts optional Storage Cores for gear stowage and includes a basic grip cap. All mounting hardware included. Made in U.S.A. FEATURES Replacement for AR15/M4 pistol-grip* One-piece reinforced polymer construction with wrap-around… Read more »

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Load Out Bags

As anyone who has been in the military, on a backpacking trip, or out on a hunt can tell you, knowing exactly what to bring and pack is an extremely difficult thing to do. The default behavior of the average sniper is to bring everything, which usually ends up being twice as much as is needed and only burdens your team down. With this page we will attempt to help you and your team plan and organize your load out bags to hopefully help you become more effective and efficient as a team. Of course, what we suggest here is only a recommendation and likely will not completely match up…...

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