- 310 W. 12th St.
- Washington, MO 63090
- United States
- Phone: 636-390-8360
- Toll Free: 866-340-2778
- Fax: 636-390-2977
- Website: http://www.elitesurvival.com
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The new Discreet Escape Bag: Crossroad from Elite Survival Systems stands ready for your loading up and hauling out whether it’s for everyday use or in case of emergencies. Like Elite’s other lines of discreet products, the bag conceals its intended purpose: to carry up to six AR mags (even Magpul), a sidearm, and anything else you may need to “get out of Dodge.” Where other escape & evasion bags scream, “I have guns,” and often have exposed mag pouches, the Crossroad keeps them secure in an easily accessible zippered compartment apart from your other goodies (in the event you may have to access some items in public). The concealment compartment has its own separate exterior access with an adjustable holster included, and is perfectly sized to contain your iPad if you’re not using it for CCW. A radio or water bottle can be carried in the adjustable utility pocket on one side of the bag, and a spare handgun mag or flashlight in the other. The Crossroad’s main compartment is lined with loop Velcro creating a modular interior in which to attach your various hook & loop accessories, and has some additional perks. Elastic straps are configured to hold emergency supplies in place or to work with MOLLE items. There is even an adjustable, removable divider included to help you keep it all organized. The bag has standard carry handles, and can also be worn over the shoulder with the supplied shoulder strap and comfort pad. Belt tie-down straps help keep it more stable when shouldered if needed. Like all other goods produced by Elite, the Crossroad is built to last and guaranteed for life.
Sturm, Ruger & Company has recently begun shipping its LCR in a kit with LaserMax laser and Elite Survival Systems pocket holster. This marks the second such collaborative effort by Ruger between the three companies, the first being the LCP with laser and holster. Although having been on the market for more than a few years, pocket holsters have become more and more popular as concealment carriers shed the idea of larger holsters or those that rely on belts and replace them with easier, sometimes more concealable options.
Elite Survival Systems’ best selling line of holster, the inside-the-waistband carry style Belt-Clip Holster (BCH), has new sizes available for handguns with lasers, such as the Ruger LC9 and the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield with LaserMax CenterFire lasers. The BCH is crafted from multiple layers of quilted Ballistic nylon for lasting comfort and resilience against wear and tear. This holster’s ambidextrous design and durable, reversible steel spring-clip make this a practical purchase for any concealed-carry practitioner. The BCH by Elite Survival Systems is now available in 18 sizes to fit a wide variety of handguns, from micro-pistols with or without lasers to larger frame autos and revolvers.
To the untrained eye, this single-strap backpack looks like a designer pack intended for general use, but it is so much more. The Smokescreen is Elite Survival Systems’ latest innovation in the art of concealment. It features their new TwinWing ambidextrous design and a hidden holster compartment to provide quick access to your firearm. The fully padded, pass-through holster compartment has openings on either side of the pack, can fit up to full-size autos, and is situated between the rear wall and the main interior compartment. Even while keeping a pistol in the holster compartment, looking into the main portion of the bag won’t give away its presence. The bag itself is constructed of a lightweight, durable nylon to allow it to blend in with the crowd, and is fully functional outside of concealed-carry purposes. The TwinWing denotes a pair of “Wing” flaps that attach to the main backpack strap to better suit right or left-side carry. Once you’ve chosen which Wing you’ll use with the main strap, snap the other to the front of the pack. It then remains out of the way, and covers enough of the unused holster-compartment access to further disguise and disable it.
Tactical operators the world over have needs that, at the core, include vests. Each vest is to be fitted with (mostly) specific equipment for each task expected to be encountered. However, the needs of each user, varied as they already may be, can change from year to year or, even from one assignment to the next. This has led Elite Survival Systems to seek and pioneer a new system of interchangeable vest arrangements compatible for use, regardless of the needs or changes their clients may face. The new Modular Vest Panel (MVP) System allows a user to pick and choose from an array of options, offering more customization than ever before in a tactical vest. With interchangeable panels, you can create custom vest layouts to best suit your operational needs. Additional panels can be obtained for quick and easy modification as requirements shift. Panels attach and adjust at the shoulder and waist for a secure, tailored fit. You can choose from one of Elite’s predefined vest assemblies, or create your own layout.
When it comes to keeping key personal items hidden and secure, people turn to methods that will help them stay one step ahead of would-be pickpockets or muggers. Although information-security items run the gamut from money belts to hairspray-can “safes,” Elite Survival Systems has championed the ankle wallet. Improved for this year, their Hide-Away Security Wallet sports eleven storage compartments: two zippered, three velcro, one passport, four easy-access pockets and now, a holster
When the designers at Elite Survival Systems set out to improve their Ultimate Shooter’s Mat, the question of size was of foremost concern. Rolling up a mat for travel and storage can cause the edges to curl, and folding a mat large enough to lie down on can be tricky and especially bulky. Elite Survival Systems’ revolutionary new folding-panel system allows the largest mat on the market to be collapsed smaller than any other folded mat, and carried as easily as a briefcase. The Epsilon Shooting Mat System features a main, foldable center piece with detachable, interchangeable panel inserts to create varying combinations for use during prone shooting practice, competition shooting, or operational positioning. A wide handle wrap and four buckles keep its collapsed form, measuring 36 by14 by 3 inches, secure during transport. When you’re ready to deploy it to the ground, simply unbuckle the closures and flick your wrist as you would spread a blanket. The Epsilon is constructed of heavy-duty, resilient 1000-denier nylon and has large, non-slip Toughtek pads to provide a stable shooting surface in various conditions. On the inside, it incorporates velcro loop areas and a MOLLE panel to hold the various accessory pouches that Elite manufactures, as well as a pocket for storage. When collapsed, the outside has a sizable zippered pocket on the front and covered D-rings on the back to allow attachment of shoulder or backpack straps. Elite guarantees this product for a lifetime.
The Core Defender by Elite Survival Systems provides a great concealment method for those who prefer belly-band carry, don’t necessarily want to wear a belt, or may not require the rugged, extreme durability and support of Elite’s Executive Protection Waistband Holster (designed for and used by the Secret Service). The Core Defender is constructed of latex-free orthopedic ergonomic elastic. It features both strong-side and cross-draw holster sections to suit each user’s preference. Like many of Elite’s other products, this is value added with three additional compartments to hold mags, flashlight, handcuffs, etc. The Core Defender is ambidextrous, fits small to large frame autos and small to medium frame revolvers, and is available in four sizes of black or tan.
Elite Survival Systems now incorporates Mil-Spec nylon webbing and patented Cobra load bearing quick release fasteners to fashion their toughest belt yet. The CO Shooter’s Belt is stiffened to support holsters, pouches, and more. The heavy-duty belt is velcro adjustable and built with the same high level of craftsmanship and attention to detail that have become the expectations for Elite Survival Systems. Elite is rolling out with these belts for 2012 in four sizes of black and coyote tan. Cobra buckles by AustiAlpin buckle-style fasteners do not open while under load, even throughout rigorous testing.
After one full year of trial and error testing, Elite has debuted its first rolling bag. Initial designs for the bag were a result of Elite’s development team gathering specifications from major metropolitan police departments. This bag is ready for a tactical roll-out. Literally! The overall size of the bag and nature of its intended use required that it bear loads in excess of 50 pounds. In response to this need, Elite product developers overhauled the original design by incorporating an additional wheel and reinforcing the bag’s framework. While the M4 Roller is designed to hold two rifles in the upright position, has a spacious interior with up to three adjustable compartments, and zippered pouches both inside and out with MOLLE comatibility, its versatility allows it to enjoy application in many combat ready and civilian scenarios.