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American Made Tactical Gear

If you’re searching for what tactical equipment is made in the USA then you’ve come to the right place. Here I’ve researched and compiled a directory to American made tactical gear.

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Atwood Rope Mfg.

Armageddon Gear

ATS Tactical Gear

BDS Tactical Gear

Beez Combat Systems

Blue Force Gear

Boston Leather

Center Line Systems

  • www.cls.com – Handcrafted tactical belts, gear rolls, canteen carriers, and other nylon gear carriers.

Crye Precision

DeSantis Gunhide

Esstac

Exo Mountain Gear

Extreme Gear Labs

Fieldtex Products

  • www.fieldtexcases.com – Contract sewing company that custom sews soft sided cases for Military needs, EMS, First Aid Kits, etc. They also sell affordable US made tactical fast packs.

First Spear

Galco Gun Leather

GG&G

Haley Strategic

High Speed Gear, Inc.

ITW Nexus Advanced

London Bridge Trading

  • www.lbtinc.com – Nylon gear, plate carriers, waterproof backpacks, bags and more.

Magpul

Massif

Mayflower

Original S.O.E. Gear

Otte Gear

Precision Holsters

SKD Tactical

Spec-Ops

S.O.Tech Tactical

Tactical Assault Gear

Triple Aught Design

TYR Tactical

Viridian

Wild Things Gear

  • www.wildthingsgear.com – Berry compliant tactical apparel and backpacks including multicam hard shell clothing and fire resistant apparel. I’ve heard good things about their gear.

XGO

  • www.proxgo.com – Military base layers made in the USA and berry compliant.
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