George Matheis of Modern Combative Systems demonstrates
how to braid a Cobra Weave Paracord strap for the Mission First Tactical BMS
BENSALEM, PA (Ammoland.com) – Mission First Tactical, LLC (MFT), developer of select rifle/carbine accessories specifically for the military, law enforcement and civilian sport shooting markets, has teamed up with George Matheis of Modern Combative Systems to produce a YouTube video.
A video on how to carry an emergency supply of Paracord in an effective and useful manner; by employing it as a strap for the MFT Battlelink Minimalist Stock (BMS).
Matheis uses approximately 6 ft. of Paracord and demonstrates how to engage and wrap a Cobra Weave strap using the existing BMS platform.
The Paracord strap allows shooters who are accustomed to the feel of a full-width stock, as well as ambidextrous shooters, the confidence of a full-width stock without the excess weight. The MBS with a Paracord strap will weigh slightly over 6 ounces.
To see how to add a Cobra Braid to a MFT Battlelink Minimalist Stock, watch the complete video at http://youtu.be/re17SiMcvTQ
About Mission First Tactical:
Mission First Tactical (MFT) designs and develops select USA Made rifle/carbine accessories specifically for the Military, Law Enforcement and Civilian markets. The MFT team has over 75 years of industry experience in taking concepts to front-line deployment. From the beginning MFT’s mission is to develop leading edge products for individuals operating in harm’s way. Success for every operator’s mission is Mission First Tactical’s intent. www.missionfirsttactical.com
Battlelink™ Buttstocks, Engage™ Pistol Grips, React™ Grip Series, Torch™ Laser & Light Mounts, E-Volv™ Attachments are trademarks of Mission First Tactical, LLC. All company and product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective sources.
About Modern Combative Systems (MCS):
Founded by George Matheis, a retired civilian and military law enforcement officer, Modern Combative Systems (MCS) provides training for civilians, military and law enforcement. MCS is based on the belief that self-defense training needs to be based on defending against the ways you are most likely going to be attacked and counter attacking in such a way that makes it hard for your attacker to defend. www.moderncombativesystems.net