Mission First Gear, New LBT Chest Rig and Some Pillow Talk - Gear Tasting 69 - ITS Tactical
 
December 22, 2016Gear Tasting

Mission First Gear, New LBT Chest Rig and Some Pillow Talk – Gear Tasting 69

Mission First Gear, New LBT Chest Rig and Some Pillow Talk – Gear Tasting 69

On this episode, Bryan showcases some new gear we received from Mission First Tactical, including their stocks, grips and magazines. He also highlights a new chest rig he picked up from LBT, which is an upgraded version of the popular 1961.

Finally, Bryan heats things up with a little pillow talk, including details on a new Sea to Summit inflatable pillow he picked up for the Mammoth Sniper Challenge.

In each episode of Gear Tasting, Imminent Threat Solutions Editor-in-Chief Bryan Black answers your gear-related questions and shares his insight into what we’re currently evaluating at ITS HQ.

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Discussion

1 comments
N Peek
N Peek

The Sea to Summit Pillow is a great little item (Although I do agree it costs WAY to much). I personally used it during a week-long program at the United States Military Academy.


However, be aware it "creaks" when you move, at least mine does. It does get a little annoying when you are trying to sleep, but you get used to it fairly quickly. Not sure if its just an issue with mine, but wanted to bring it up.


I left mine inflated all week, and at the end it had deflated a small bit, but I was impressed by the air-retaining ability.

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