By David Crane
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January 24, 2013
While Jason Juranis of Mission First Tactical (MFT) was showing us the latest MFT tactical AR (AR-15) accessories in Kryptek camo (tactical/combat camouflage) patterns at SHOT Show 2013, DefenseReview (DR) couldn't help noticing an interesting samurai warrior patch (called the "PVC Morale Patch") mounted on his badge holder. You can see this patch in the video we shot at the MFT booth and the photos below. As it turns out, it was designed by Warrior Laboratories, LLC. An embroidered version of the logo/patch has been applied to the Warrior Labs hat, which DR likes, as well.
It' a very cool patch. So, we're going to try to get in touch with the folks at Warrior Labs to try to find out more about it. In the meantime, enjoy the images and video below, which DR shot:
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Mission First Tactical AR-15 Rifle/Carbine/SBR Accessories in Kryptek Camouflage Patterns: Camo MFT BATTLELINK Utility Stock (BUS) Series, MFT REACT Vertical Grip Series, MFT TORCH Light/Laser Mount Series, MFT Engage Pistol Grip Series and MFT Rail Systems (Video!)