Welcome to Olongapo Outfitters!
If you are looking for high quality shooting gear, you are in the right place!
Like most companies in our industry, I've
been swamped with orders and I'm out
of the majority of my items.
I'll be making more!
However, since I make all of my gear by
hand, by myself, it's going to take a while
to make it all. I'm going to make gear in
this order: Coyote Brown (the best-selling
color by far) will be first; then OD Green
and Multicam; then Khaki. At that point I
will probably have to go back and refill
some of those colors again. Finally will
come MARPAT and Black (the least-
selling color by far).
I constantly receive bulk orders of
30 to 100 Grab and Gos, and I'll be
refilling the stock items in between
those bulk orders as I always have.
Thanks for all of your business! I
appreciate it more than words
The Famous (or Infamous) Olongapo Outfitters cover ("cap" to you civilians).
I make high quality gear for the discerning shooter. All of my gear is made out of heavy-duty mil-spec materials, and sewn with mil-spec techniques.
I use 1000 Denier Cordura, which is half the weight but has three times the abrasion resistance of old cotton canvas duck. Cordura also dries much faster.
I use 1", 2" and 3" 17337 and 43668 nylon webbing. 1" webbing has a breaking strength of 1100 pounds; 2" has a breaking strength of 2200 pounds; and 3" has a breaking strength of 3300 pounds.
I use #69 (Size E) and #92 (Size F) nylon bonded thread. Nylon bonded thread has three (or four) individual threads that have been wound together for extra strength, just as steel cable is stronger and more flexible than a solid steel wire.
I use mil-spec grommets and mil-spec Velcro, as well as ITW/Nexus/Fastex hardware and mil-spec shock cord (elastic cord). I use Lift-The-Dot snaps made by the DOT Company (Scovill). I cut all of the materials (except the Velcro) with a hot-knife to seal the edges so they won't fray--even edges of fabric and webbing that will never be seen--just to make the gear that much more durable.
All of the materials I use are Made in the USA, and the gear is Made in the USA (by me)!
Satisfaction guaranteed! My gear should last you for as long as you live; but if you're not happy with it, let me know and I'll make it right!
The photo above shows the different colors together, so you can see the differences.
Top left: Coyote Tan/Khaki; top right: OD Green; bottom left: Multicam; bottom right: Coyote Brown.
Coyote Tan/Khaki: Coyote Tan is not "tan" at all. It's a light olive-green, like WWII Khaki. The Garand Belt Pouch pictured above is made out of Coyote Tan fabric. This is also a very good neutral color for camouflage.
OD Green: The color used by the military from the middle of World War II up until recently.
Multicam: A new camouflage scheme created by Crye Precision. It works in just about every environment except snow. To see photos of how it works in many different environments, visit the Multicam website's Gallery.
Black: Basic black, used by LEOs and civilians.
MARPAT: MARPAT Digital Woodland. This is a commercially-made copy of the Marine Corps fabric. 1000d Cordura.
I found a company that makes MARPAT Woodland webbing in all of the sizes that I need! Woo-hoo!
So, as of right now, all MARPAT gear will be made with the matching MARPAT webbing.
A photo of the webbing laid across the MARPAT fabric:
When you buy gear from Olongapo Outfitters, you're getting gear that will last--whether you use it at the range or out in the field under the harshest conditions.
Multicam 7.62 Grab and Go
MARPAT AK47 Grab and Go
Coyote Brown AR15 30-round Chest Rig/Grab and Go Combo in
Chest Rig configuration
Grab and Go configuration
I have only two men out of my company and 20 out of some other company. We need support, but it is almost suicide to try to get it here as we are swept by machine gun fire and a constant barrage is on us. I have no one on my left and only a few on my right. I will hold.
—Marine 2dLt Clifton B. Cates, 96th Co., 19 July 1918, 1045 a.m., from records of the U.S. 2d Division (Regular)