Archive for the ‘EDC’ Category

For all you guys and gals running the Glock or Glock-Compatible (Timberwolf, P80, Alpha Foxtrot) platform, D-Rmor Gear has a pending new product announcement. Keep your eyes on this site, the release is slated for the end of the month!

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After more than 7 years in development, I am proud to announce the release of the C2 (Cover and Concealment) Armored Deep Concealment Holster, a groundbreaking concealed carry solution unlike any other.

Starting with a foundation of FR Denim gives this holster a comfortable, breathable, and durable backbone. From there, things get even more innovative.

Pelvic concealment is widely regarded as the most covert form of carry, but many have concerns about carrying a weapon in this region of the body. In yet another first, the D-Rmor Gear C2 incorporates several layers of integral woven aramid in the lower half of the holster, completely encapsulating the muzzle and all but eliminating the danger of an inadvertent discharge.

As an additional optional feature (and making the C2 truly unlike anything else), the C2 will also accept a custom-designed soft armor panel (equivalent to Level 2A) in a compartment behind the weapon.

Adding negligible weight and bulk, this panel will increase peace of mind by providing protection to a very vulnerable area of the body. End user has the choice of woven aramid or advanced hybrid wovenate materials. In order to keep the holster as thin and light as possible, an optional removable moisture barrier pad is available for end-users that want to prevent sweat from affecting susceptible weapons. The armor panels come standard with breathable, moisture barrier cover fabric shell.

As a final touch, the C2 comes standard with dual-elastic suspension system, extending the usable life of the holster and ensuring that it remains snug and secure at all times.

The C2 is designed to accommodate current compact handguns (G19, Sig P-320 Compact, S&W M&P Compact, etc.) is fully ambidextrous, and will accept one or two magazines in the off-side pouch (or two weapons, if the wearer is so inclined).

If you have a concern that your weapon will not fit, or would like to discuss a custom size, please contact me.

The C2 is fully Berry Amendment compliant, proudly made by hand in the USA.

The C2 is guaranteed for 3 years against defects in workmanship, and will be replaced or repaired at my discretion. Pricing is set at $130 for the base holster, armor panels start at $109, and optional non-armor anti-moisture pads at $20. Purchase all three together for a 10% discount Please email to place a pre-order, delivery projected for Mid-March.

When ordering, please specify your waist size, as this is customized to you during construction.

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After nearly 6 years of development, the first D-Rmor Gear blade is here.

Embodying all the best features of an everyday carry blade, the EKD-1A was designed from the ground up to be a perfect compliment to a concealed firearm, or as a standalone personal defense tool in non-permissive environments.

At just under 7.25″ in overall length, and a blade length of 2.95″, the EDK-1A is legal in most jurisdictions (please check your own local laws before carrying). With a blade geometry optimized for both the cut and the thrust, it is well-suited to any defensive style. To enhance its utility as a defensive carry tool, it incorporates a Karambit-style finger ring, to speed deployment using gross motor skill.

Precisely CNC machined and available in either D2 or CPM-3V steels (both hardened to approximately 59-60 Rockwell-C and cryogenically tempered), these knives will stand up to extreme use. Handles are secured using stainless chain ring bolts, and are offered with multiple colorways of hand-contoured G10 and Canvas Micarta for a dependable, secure grip in all conditions.

Finally, the blades are laser engraved with the D-Rmor Gear touchmark, and individually serial numbered, then coated with black PVD, Nickel Boron, Titanium Nitride, or Melonite for several lifetimes worth of extreme use.

An optional Kydex retention sheath is available in either black or FDE.

Depending on options, the D-Rmor Gear EDK-1A will be offered for between $369-$399 but the first ten knives will be available at a special price. Please contact D-Rmor Gear today to reserve your blade, limit of one per household.

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For those that have read my Body Armor: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly series, you know that identifying the composition of your soft armor ballistic package is of the utmost importance.

Unfortunately, without examples of what each of the multitude of materials looks like, it becomes a virtually impossible task. With certain materials posing a very real risk of bodily harm or even death when used in soft armor, proper and timely identification becomes even more vital.

My Version 1 Armor Material Field I.D. Guide was a solution to that problem. And now, by popular demand, Version 2.1 incorporates improvements and enhancements over and above the original.



The Guide is a pack of rugged, compact laminated cards, packed full of important information and stats on all the most common body armor materials, from first generation woven aramid, all the way up to the most cutting-edge fifth-gen “wovenates.” In addition, each card contains an actual swatch of the material in question, to make identification simple.

Available in limited quantity, the D-Rmor Gear Armor Material Field I.D. Guide is only $15 shipped anywhere in CONUS. Get yours today!

One of the questions I get asked frequently is “can you recommend a good source for SPEAR/BALCS cut soft armor panels?” and “do you make custom SPEAR/BALCS armor?”

Well, up until now, there were not many options. SPEAR/BALCS cut armor is a well thought out concept, giving plate carriers a greater area of armor coverage. But they tend to be expensive $750-$900 per set), and usually difficult to obtain.

If I get enough interest, I will be offering these panels on a limited basis. Pricing for a level IIIA equivalent set in Medium would be around $410. Pricing would adjust up or down for size Large and Small sets. XL may or may not be offered on a custom-only basis.

Features these would offer:

Fifth-Gen Advanced Woven Aramid
Thin- ~.24″ Thick
Light- ~1.18 AD
Ruggedized- Construction methods to minimize hard use/wear
**5-Year Replacement Guarantee**: If used in verified/documented Duty/SD scenario, will be replaced for free. Nobody else offers this.
Superior materials and construction to any other currently available BALCS panels out there.
-NO inferior Aramid Laminates
-Would be the BEST BALCS panels in all categories.

If you would like to see these become reality, contact me via email, or post comments. In one month, I will announce whether there was enough interest to go forward. Stay tuned!

The makers of the well-known and excellent Patriot III steel rifle plates have been busy, and I have just gotten wind of a project that has been in the works for over a year, and is nearing completion.


Just a few details are known at this time:

Most advanced Ultra-Hard steel in the world
4.5mm/.178″ Thick (Uncoated)!
Stops M193 @ 3300 FPS as well as M80 ball and M855, all lesser threats
Weighs ~3.4 Lb.!

This is only .3 lb. heavier than the Midwest Venture STX plate of the same size, is .37″ thinner, and will stop M80 ball (true level III+)!

No word yet on release date or pricing, but even so, it sounds like they have themselves a winner. Keep your eyes on Maingun’s site and this blog for more information!

At long last, I am offering a limited pre-order on D-Rmor Gear Extreme Duty Rifle Plate Backers. Designed with over 12 years of improvements and features, these backers promise durability, comfort, and protection unmatched by any other current offering.



Boasting a 10 year replacement guarantee if ever used in a verified duty/SD incident, and built to last a lifetime, these backers will round out your armor loadout. Only the best materials are used, including 100% woven Aramid (NO LAMINATES), mil-spec 500D Coyote Cordura with Durable Water Resistant coating, and mil-spec Tex 90 thread. Currently offered in 10″ X 12″ shooter’s cut or rectangular cut, I will be fulfilling orders for a maximum of 10 sets, with last day for orders March 27th.

For more information, pricing, and ordering details, check this link:


Since everyone knows that Coyote makes everything tactical, there was only one other color that could make them tactical-er: MultiCamo! Now you can color coordinate your slings with your gear. 😉

These are the same incredible 550 cord, one-piece construction rock slings (“The AK of the Ancient World”), with 21st century styling. And these bad boys are still $22 each plus postage:

Please specify color when ordering, and happy slingin’!


Now you can own “The AK of the Ancient World.” Simple, inexpensive, and fun to use. Made with Coyote 550 Cord (and of course, Coyote makes anything “tactical”), these slings weight nearly nothing and fit nicely in your pocket or BOB.

The pockets are sized for up to 2 oz rocks, golf balls, and 1-2 oz, lead “egg” style fishing sinkers (a good modern duplicate of the preferred ammo of the modern world.

With practice, you can sling a rock 100 yards, and a lead sinker up to 400 yards (practice helps, of course).

Ammo is cheap (free), and these are a blast to use. At $22 each, get several, because these usually disappear with your friends and family.

Go here to pick yours up: