SHOT Show Day 4: boots and grips

Rocky Boots

We all know that civilian mountain / rough-country boots have been widely accepted by the tactical and special ops communities for several years now – as many models offer comfort, performance and weather and terrain resistance features far in excess of standard military-issue footwear.

Now from Rocky Boots’ civilian line comes the innovative “Broadhead” designed for bow hunting…

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These lightweight stalkers are sure to be of tactical interest, and Rocky must think so too, as they plan to offer them as a cross-over piece this summer.  See Rocky’s website to locate the dealer nearest to you:  http://www.rockyboots.com/Dealer/Default.aspx

photo courtesy of Eric Graves.
Crimson Trace

Laser grip manufacturers Crimson Trace unveiled their new MVF-515 Modular Vertical Foregrip / Light and Laser. D esigned to attach to a Mil Std 1913 rail, the MVF-515 combines a vertical foregrip, laser and light into one neat, tidy, compact package.  Dual pressure switches allow the shooter to choose laser, white light, or combination.  Modes include constant on, momentary or strobe.

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www.crimsontrace.com

photos courtesy of Crimson Trace.



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