WT Tactical

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Wild Things, LLC is now making appointments for dealers and distributors at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market and SHOT Show. Come see our new gear at SHOT booth #26003, and Outdoor Retailer booth #1039.

For appointments to review our S&W line of tactical clothing, please contact:
Grady Burrell
VP Smith & Wesson Apparel

Wild Things, LLC
449 Thames Street, Suite 400
Newport, RI 02840
Mobile: 828 421 4349
grady@wildthingsgear.com

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Wild Things Flame Resistant Clothing Featured at OR Winter Market

Wild Things Tactical is now accepting appointments for Outdoor Retailer Winter Market, booth #1039, featuring its new line of Flame Resistant (FR) clothing. For details and appointments, please contact:

Victor Ramos
VP Military Sales
Direct: +1 (760) 707-9079
Email: victor@wildthingsgear.com

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Anonymous asked: Is it possible to get your Softshell Tactical jacket in colors other than multicam? Such as Black, or Coyote Brown?

Unfortunately only the lightweight soft shell jacket is available in Coyote, OD Green, and Black at the moment.

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Smith & Wesson® by Wild Things® Apparel About to Debut

The press is taking keen interest in our new line of apparel for Smith & Wesson. Great overview here on the line at Tactical Life. Many items feature concealed carry pockets, but the look is distinctly non-tactical.

For a preview of the line visit smithandwessonapparel.com

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Anonymous asked: do you have the final standings from the 2012 KASOTC warrior competition? I can only find that GSG9 was the overall winner.

You know I wasn’t able to find the results either.

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Anonymous asked: Is it possible to buy Multicam eVent material in roll goods? Do you have plans to produce a multicam eVent boonie hat to go with your hardshells?

Thanks for the question. Unfortunately we don’t stock raw materials for resale, however occasionally Duro Industries does offer fabric overruns. (http://www.duroindustries.com/). As for hats, that’s not a product that we’ve considered in our lineup just yet, but I will pass the suggestion along to our development team.

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Alert: Buying WT Tactical from GSA, Avoid Armed Forces MCSS

To our loyal customers:

We understand some of you may have tried to purchase our WT Tactical products from GSA thru Armed Forces MCSS. Armed Forces MCSS is not an authorized distributor of our products, and we are attempting to have our products removed from their contract. Please contact Vic Ramos victor@wildthingsgear.com for any GSA requirements.

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Anonymous asked: Hey guys, do you have a stockist in Australia? - Craig.

Hi Craig. No, at the moment we do not have distribution in Australia. For a list of dealers and retailers visit: http://bit.ly/wttactical-dealers

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WT Tactical to Supply Outerwear to the King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC)

NEWPORT, R.I.— WT Tactical by Wild Things, LLC (www.wttactical.com) a leading manufacturer of technical outerwear for the US military, law enforcement and consumer markets, today has signed an agreement to provide technical outerwear to the instructors of the King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC), outside of Amman Jordan. KASOTC is the world’s premier training center for Special Forces and Counter-Terrorism personnel. Over the past 12 months more than 6,000 trainees from 25 countries have received instruction and training at KASOTC.  

In addition to outfitting the instructors and leadership of KASOTC, WT Tactical products will be shown and sold in the KASOTC pro shop. WT Tactical is also proud to be a prime sponsor in the 4th Annual KASOTC warrior competition being held from 2 May 2012 – 6 May 2012.

About the King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center: KASOTC is situated in a 1,235-acre quarry allowing for realistic scenarios and live-fire exercises. The compound consists of fully equipped grenade ranges, a 100-meter rifle and pistol range, and a 300-meter rifle range. Towering at the epicenter is an 8-story structure for climbing, rappelling, and distance shooting. Opposite the specialized training arena is a full-scale A-300 Airbus fuselage for aircraft training, and a close-quarters battle (CQB) house with a three-story armored facility and adjoining five-story tower that provides room-to-room combat practice using live fire.

About Wild Things, LLC: Founded in 1981, Wild Things, LLC has earned a reputation for sophisticated, tough, lightweight technical outerwear, alpine-style backpacks, haul-bags, and innovative tactical clothing.  Chosen for the world’s most demanding conditions by the world’s most demanding users, Wild Things, LLC manufactures its products in the USA under two divisions — Wild Things for the outdoor enthusiast and WT Tactical for the unique needs of the US military and law enforcement communities. They also produce products in Jordan for the global military and law enforcement market.  In addition to the design studio and executive offices located in Newport, RI, Wild Things operates a retail store and second design studio in North Conway, NH. For more information, visit: www.wildthingsgear.com

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Brian Montgomery discussing the advantages of WT Tactical gear to a police SWAT operator from Brazil. Fifteen representatives of special operations teams from across Brazil are attending the TTPOA Conference in Houston looking for newer and better kit as they prepare for the upcoming games.
See the latest in LE gear with our M&P™ by Smith & Wesson Collection of tactical clothing. M&P Tactical Clothing

Brian Montgomery discussing the advantages of WT Tactical gear to a police SWAT operator from Brazil. Fifteen representatives of special operations teams from across Brazil are attending the TTPOA Conference in Houston looking for newer and better kit as they prepare for the upcoming games.

See the latest in LE gear with our M&P™ by Smith & Wesson Collection of tactical clothing. M&P Tactical Clothing

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