Kit Up is a military gear blog that reports on the changes -- both good and bad -- to combat gear, including guns, magazines, packs, knives and other essential kit. Our focus is on the weapons, ammunition and equipment that U.S. Army and Marine Corps infantry and U.S. Special Operations forces carry into the fight.
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The U.S. Army may finally get some money to pay for that Compact Semi-Automatic Sniper System it selected in 2016.
Daniel Defense recently introduced a new AR pistol in 5.56mm and .300 Blackout compact enough for any carry situation.
Salomon Forces Guardian tactical boot now meets the U.S. Army AR 670-1 requirements for wear with the new OCP uniform.
Army officials plan to use some of the money in the proposed 2019 budget to develop new night vision goggles.
Lt. Gen. John Murray testified before the SASC's Airland subcommittee on the future of Army modernization.
TOPS Knives now has a folding version of its popular bushcraft fixed blade -- the Fieldcraft Folder.
CMMG's MkG Guard pistol-caliber rifle is now safety certified to shoot the potent 450 SMC cartridge.
Hazard 4 gear now has a slightly less tacticool version of its Smuggler weapons case.
Spartan Blades now has a wicked little fixed blade that might make you want to replace your favorite folder.
The pistol the U.S. Army chose to become its new Modular Handgun System failed reliability requirements during testing.
The new Tavor 7 is just like its 5.56mm Tavor brother, a bullpup-style rifle developed in close cooperation with the IDF.
The world's largest gun show went on as scheduled miles from the location where a gunman killed 58 concertgoers last October.
The Chesapeake Cartridge Corporation is in the process of submitting its new line of nickel ammunition for testing.
The Ryker Grip is designed and marketed by Navy and Marine veterans with close ties to the special operations community.
Colt is rolling out a .38 special successor to the Cobra, with sleek new features for an even better concealed carry experien...
The pistol companies that competed in the Army Modular Handgun System competition are hoping to cash in at SHOT Show 2018.
At the largest gun show in the world this week, most of the hottest new product buzz was shotgun-related.
The new design, which is now available commercially, features more modularity and added comfort.
Hudson Manufacturing unveiled changes to its striker-fired H9 at SHOT Show 2018 designed to reduce the weight and cost.