Here at 30MC. It’s about the engineering. The price of a MAWL keeps going up. Modern problems require modern solutions.
I just published a new article here on 30MC regarding the types of machines needed to sew your own tactical gear. It is located at the top NAV BAR under TACTICAL DIY > HOW TO START SEWING TACTICAL GEAR.
Night Vision used to always be green, right? That is certainly how I remember it. All of a sudden this pale bluish-white image started appearing in intensifier tubes and everybody had to have it. Is it better than green? The price it commands seems to think so.Continue reading Green and White Phosphor Night Vision. What’s the difference?
Since S2 Underground and Garand Thumb both have videos circulating about NIR (Near Infrared) compliance of your gear and clothing 30MC figured it was time to do our part and find out the question that nobody has answered. Is MultiDoge (Sometimes known as “DogeCam”) NIR compliant? We put on the lab coats and went to work for you. The testing resulted in three images. Doge under white light, under NOD (night vision) and again under NOD but with the onboard illuminator turned on. After many minutes of date calculation and peer-review(ish) consultations we can firmly say…Continue reading Is MultiDoge NIR?
Video description: Welcome to the first episode of our new series ‘Because I Sew That’. These tutorials will not be meant to cover any hyper-complex procedures or methods. Rather a simple introduction into building your own gear and some tips and tricks to make things a bit easier.
In this episode we are making 1″ webbing for PALS out of 1000D Cordura fabric. This could be useful if you are not able to get matching webbing for your project. It will also match the rest of your project perfectly being made from same material.
Video description: A quick analysis of a real and a fake UNITY Fast Mount. The real unit is attached to a rail and optic while the fake is floating.
Start to finish EC2 Plate Carrier from Mission Spec in MultiCam Black.