Give it a try, though; you'll be surprised. The recoil mitigation is no joke and accuracy improves immediately as the wobble zone lessens. I shoot a forward grip, but not as elbow high and not as buttstock centered in the chest as Costa does; adjust to fit. He's a lot smaller than I am; I'm 6'6", 259 pounds.
Sounds like it's time to move out of Oregon. :D
Yes indeedy. Black, Multicam, Ranger green, ACU (the "A" stands for "Awesome!") and Coyote Brown 498.
That's an idea that's been on the list for quite a while now, we just haven't had the time to develop it yet. At this time, we don't have a time table for it, but it is in the plans.
The 1-5 (check the Viking Tactics channel for the exact specs for distance, etc.) is three targets, spaced evenly. 1 on T1, 2on T 2, 3 on T3, 4 on T2, and 5 on T1. A good shooter can do this in the 5-7 second range. Travis is just flyin'!
It appears to be a Blade Tech, but I'm not certain. So much of Kydex looks the same these days...
This was an end user design that we put into production. The reason it doesn't have the Velcro was because the unit that designed it didn't want it; we asked during the prototyping phase. We'll take another look at it for the commercial versions.
The Multitasker tool is a tough one to fit, because it's wider at the bottom, and has some protuberances that tend to snag on things. It'll fit our Single Pistol/Surefire/Leatherman pouch (the only one I had at hand to test it with at that time), and I'm sure it'll fit the double version of that same pouch, but I didn't try fitting it in that one. Be advised, the accessory bits won't fit in that pouch with the tool. Belt mounting in the pouch it comes with may be a better option.
Once the contract run is over, I'll be able to shoot our new M9 medical pack. I don't have one available right now because they're all going out the door, but it'll be available soon.
Yeah, if you don't push/pull! :D