Tag Archive: Elite Survival Systems

Jul 02

Elite Survival Systems Independence Day Summer Sale

During the Elite Survival Systems Independence Day Summer Sale, save 5% – 15% on their entire line of tactical gear, including holsters for concealment and duty, rifle cases, packs, pouches, luggage and gear bags. See below of discount codes: Shop Elite Survival Systems Elite Survival Systems Independence Day Summer Sale: Discounts: 5% Off Orders Under $75 …

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Sep 07

Elite Survival Systems Among Fastest Growing Companies in US

Elite Survival Systems® Lands Among Fastest Growing Companies in US – Inc. 5000 (ArmsVault.com) – Elite Survival Systems®, a concealment products and tactical gear manufacturer based in Washington, Missouri, joins a prestigious class in business this year by being ranked in Inc. Magazine as #1985 of the top 5000 fastest-growing, privately held companies in the …

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Jan 27

Elite Survival Systems Injection Molded Retention Holster

Elite Survival Systems® introduces its first Injection Molded Retention Holster (ArmsVault.com) – Elite Survival Systems® introduces the CR Secure Auto-Locking Retention Holster for Security, Law Enforcement, and Sport Shooters. This is the first molded holster from the company better known for tactical nylon products. This injection-molded holster provides superior retention, yet immediate access to the …

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Mar 03

ArmaDynamics ADF-MKII Charging Handle on VPS-15 Rifle

Just made another tweak to my wife’s VPS-15 rifle from Vidalia Police Supply / Kavod Custom. This newest update consists of the ArmaDynamics Ambi ADM-MKII Charging Handle. Other updates to this rifle include gray Magpul furniture, Magpul MBUS PRO sights, and an Aimpoint PRO red dot sight. We’ll report back on the ArmaDynamics charging handle after …

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Jan 31

Windham SRC with Nikon M-223 Riflescope

Finally!.. After weeks of nonstop rain, the shooting range has dried out enough to allow me to get in some time with the Windham SRC & Nikon M-223 riflescope (4-16×42 with BDC 600 reticle). The high wind probably didn’t make for the best testing conditions, but I still saw some respectable results. I kicked off the …

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