Gear We Love — February/March 2020

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On Point: On Your 6 PPQ SC Holster and Mag Pouch

On Point: On Your 6 PPQ SC Holster and Mag Pouch

The Walther PPQ SC is an excellent choice for appendix carry, and this unit from On Your 6 Designs fits all belt sizes and is modifiable for inside- or outside-the-waistband carry anywhere else on the beltline.

It and the pouch you should buy along with it are available in multiple colors (and, of course, for many other pistol models) at OnYour6Designs.com.

MSRP: $22.95 and up

Federal Syntech Match

Federal Syntech Match

Federal’s Syntech Match ammunition (right) might not be the kind of “match” ammo you’re used to seeing. The goal is to have a training round that matches the performance and feel of Federal’s Syntech Defense ammo (left), which is why these ball and jacketed hollow-point rounds are available in multiple grain weights and in 9mm and .40 S&W.

Visit FederalPremium.com for video demonstrations and ballistic information.

MSRP: $16.99 and up

Eclipse Holsters Trigger Covers

Eclipse Holsters Trigger Covers

Purse and other styles of off-body carry are limited by how safe you can keep that loaded gun, and one of the easiest ways to ensure you will not suffer a negligent discharge is with one of these units from Eclipse Holsters. It snaps on over the trigger guard of most popular models of pistols, and when you need to access your firearm, it pops off when it hits the end of the included tether.

It, as well as IWB models, is available at EclipseHolsters.com.

MSRP: $34.95

SplatMat

SplatMat

Cleaning and maintaining firearms can be messy business, and even more so if you’re sitting at a kitchen table. SplatMats are made from the same materials as truck bedliners, and they are just as good for putting your guns on while shooting outdoors as they are for making sure that none of your powder solvent gets on the new tile.

You can see the wide array of sizes and colors — from tabletop to huge and from black to pink, all made in Boulder, Colorado — at SplatMat.com.

MSRP: $44 and up

CountyComm GP-5 SSB

CountyComm GP-5 SSB

Everyone from the federal government to the preppers on YouTube tell you to keep a quality radio in your residence and road kit, but newsflash to everyone who hasn’t been paying attention: Quality radios aren’t very easy to find anymore.

This unit, designed with input from Edison Fong, Ph.D., runs on three AA batteries and operates FM, MW/AM, SW and LW frequencies.

Better yet, it sits in this Canadian-made “desk pod” and is available at CountyComm.com. Be advised though: They often sell out fast.

MSRP: $89.95

SureFire M612 Ultra Scout

If you think it would be difficult to run a rifle and a hand-held light at the same time, you’re right. It is. Rifle-mounted lights with paddle activators like this one from SureFire are the resolution to that problem.

SureFire M612 Ultra Scout

It is rechargeable, and with a peak output of 1,000 lumens and an off-set mount for the Picatinny rail on your rifle or carbine, it is more than ready for whatever you may have to face.

Hit up SureFire.com for additional accessories and order info.

MSRP: $479

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