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November 12, 2015Gear Tasting

Gear Tasting 15: Precision Rifle, Holsters and Concealed Clothing

Gear Tasting 15: Precision Rifle, Holsters and Concealed Clothing


On this episode of Gear Tasting, Bryan walks through the loadout he’ll be taking to an upcoming Rifles Only Precision Rifle class.

He also answers a few questions over coffee about different holsters he uses, clothing he prefers when carrying concealed and more on cold weather clothing including hats and gloves.


Get the Gear –
Rifles Only –
ITS 1,000 Yard Shot Article –
ITS Mammoth Sniper Article –
Accurate Ordnance –
Leupold Mark 4 LR –
ITS Range Box Article –
1MOA Solutions Combat Operations Data Book –
Multitasker –
SKD Pig Gloves –
Princeton Tec Headlamp –
Arc’teryx LEAF Mattock Drysock LT –
Safariland Holster –
ITS Safariland Holster Modification Article –
Raven Concealment –
ITS Smart Carry vs. Thunderwear Article –
Off the Grid Concepts –
Haley Strategic INCOG –
Bladetech Glock 43 Holster –
Liger Gun Belt –
Mean Gene Leather Belt –
S&S Precision 757 Perfomance Denim –
Arc’teryx LEAF Naga Hoodie –
Arc’teryx LEAF Atom Jacket –
Arc’teryx LEAF Alpha LT Jacket –
Patagonia Down Jacket –
Outdoor Research –
Arc’teryx LEAF Assault Glove FR –
Black Diamond –

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.

For more on the gear we review, check out our GEARCOM category here on ITS.

To have your gear related question answered on an upcoming episode, tweet us using the poundtag #GearTasting on Twitter.


  • BenGirdler

    When is the Rifles Only class? Hoping for  me and 2 teammates to go in January. Would be cool to see you there

  • JMoney

    Always enjoy your videos. Just some advice, best keep your match grade ammo in original boxes or those plastic separator boxes with projectiles up. You don’t want your projectiles to be touching each other, or under any wieght to keep the centricity run out within spec and you don’t want to increase or decrease the bullet seating depth. All of these little minute details will help you reach those extreme distances. Treating your match grade or hand loaded ammo like everyday range ammo may affect your long-range results. Have fun at your class, and when the long range bug bites you don’t expect this to be your last.

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