Hard Head Veterans Introduces the ATE GEN3 Ballistic Helmet

Hard Head Veterans, a veteran-owned and operated helmet manufacturing company, announces the launch of the HHV ATE GEN3 Ballistic Helmet. These updated and modern ballistic helmets are made in Texas and designed by Americans who have experience in law enforcement, military, and other fields that contribute to making a high-quality ballistic-rated helmet. The new ATE GEN3 helmets have taken loads of customer feedback and now include a dial adjustable chin strap, a superior protection profile, and new night vision-compatible shrouds.

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HHV Launches the American-Made ATE_Lite Ballistic Helmet

Hard Head Veterans (HHV) as can be inferred by their name is a Veteran owned and operated manufacturer of ballistic helmets and other protective headgear. Located in Sweetwater, Texas, Hard Head Veterans has been attempting to establish itself in the highly competitive but small market of ballistic and protective headwear for shooters and operators. HHV has recently announced the introduction of its new American-Made ATE_Lite ballistic helmet. This new domestically produced ballistic helmet boasts a new lightweight and adaptable design and attempts to blend performance, price, customization and comfort all into one affordable package for all shooters – not just military or police operators.

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TFB Review: InfiRay Clip 1 and Jerry C Clip-On Thermal Imagers

This is a review of the InfiRay Clip 1 CE2 and Jerry C C5 clip-on thermal imagers (COTI). These small wonders of technology will snap directly onto the ring of a PVS-14 night vision device. Once set and installed, you will get configurable thermal detection capabilities on top of your night vision.

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Thyrm Introduces the VariArc Helmet Mount

It’s been a while since TFB covered anything from Thyrm, but with their release of their new Helmet Mount VariArc it’s time again.

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Japanese DEVTAC Ronin Ballistic Helmet

A Japanese company called DEVTAC makes a very unique ballistic helmet called Ronin. Although it looks like an airsoft mask, it is an actual ballistic helmet providing NIJ Level II protection.

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