Featured AfterSHOT: High Threat Concealment Nathan Schultz February 5, 2016 Join the Conversation I encountered HTC (@highthreatconcealment) at the Troy Industries booth this year and ran into Ian Strimbeck. Ian was wearing a shirt from Velocity Systems and and had three mag pouches just hanging on it. No Velcro, no MOLLE. What witchcraft is this? Turns out the shirt was designed for those in need of low visibility in a high threat environment. Need access to equipment with armor, but don't want to look like G.I. Joe or a mall ninja? Check out this new garment. The shirt is extremely low profile. You are able to wear it under another t-shirt, button up shirt or other cover garment, and you can wear armor under it also. Where the witchcraft comes from is the magnetic sleeve that goes in front of everything. This allows you to attach modular gear to any rack or carrier with rare earth magnets sewn into the webbing. One significant advantage to this is that you can have gear stowed out of sight in a vehicle or elsewhere, then when it is needed just grab it up and slap it to your chest without dealing with straps or buckles. It will attach right through your clothing. These are definitely not your mother's fridge magnets. They only had the three AR mag holders on display at the booth but they are definitely going to be doing a bunch more for different configurations. A couple other significant items on display were a harness systems that Ian had on and the Troy PDW resting up under his arm. This is a collaboration between Troy Industries and HTC. Troy designed the harness with HTC working on the mold for the rifle. The lower fits exactly like a pistol and its kydex holster. Think of James Bond reaching into his finely tailored suit and pulling out not a Walther PPK but a Troy PDW. The harness is still in the R&D phase They're still working on the locking system. It is ambidextrous with a provision for additional magazines on the support side and it will attach to the wearer's belt like suspenders. Deployment of the weapon isn't difficult. The single point sling comes off the harness, attaching to the stock of the PDW. You can grab the rifle's grip, depress the butt stock release with your thumb and extend the stock as you present the weapon. It's simpler to do than describe in writing. Learn more at High Threat Concealment. ##### Follow us on Instagram, @RECOILmagazine and keep an eye out for these hashtags: #recoilmagazine, #recoil, #shotshow2016, #mediadayattherange and especially #recoilSHOT2016. Monitor this frequency for more SHOT Show related post in the coming days; there was way too much material to cover in just one week. Our “Constant Coverage” article can be found here — go look at a gallery of imagery from every kind of manufacturer. Likewise you should take a gander at our Media Day at the Range roundup here. 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