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Zulu Nylon Gear Pen Stackerz Review

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One of the reasons I got into tactical gear is that manufacturers in the industry tend to come up with really inventive ways to organize kit so that it can be accessible on the fly.  I have entire bins of nylon holsters, pockets, pouches, and other bits designed to be attached to loop panels or […]

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Gear Diary: Direct Action and Zulu Nylon Gear

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I had a great conversation with Joel Zaruba from Zulu Nylon Gear last month.  We haven’t heard much from Zulu lately but Joel is making a renewed push to get the word out on his gear this year and I think that’s great because he sells some really awesome kit.  I still use his Mega […]

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Gear Diary: GoRuck GR1 Sternum Strap and Pouches

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One of my early frustrations with the GoRuck GR1 has been the lack of a sternum strap.  I’m still not sure why GoRuck didn’t include one and they haven’t sprinkled the GR1 with magic fairy dust that makes it an unnecessary option.  Yes, the wider shoulder straps do help and the wearer can cinch them tight to […]

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Zulu Nylon Gear Mega Admin Pouch Review

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We have been field testing a GoRuck GR1 backpack and needed an Admin Pouch to pair with it since the GR1 is a rucksack with limited organization.  After trying out different options, we settled on the Zulu Nylon Gear Mega Admin. Some of you might be surprised that we didn’t pick the winner of our […]

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Zulu Nylon Gear Indy Satchel : First Look

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Zulu Nylon Gear has released their own unique take on the classic MKVII World War II gas mask bag made famous when it was used by Indiana Jones in the classic adventure films starring Harrison Ford.  Judging from the pictures on Zulu's website, I'm really liking the updated design – especially the inclusion of the […]

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