Emerson Electronic Hearing Protector (EM8950) http://www.yzh.hk/en_ArticleShow.asp?ArticleID=7501 A headset like this comes in handy to minimise the effect of the grenades in CQB (at least for you). Its microphones pick up loud sounds and minimise it on the headphones. Each earmuff is powered by two AAA batteries and has a separate volume control. Its best feature? We can fold the headset into a small ball. Protect yourself from firing sounds Despite what movies and video games want to make us believe, the noise generated by a firearm can be around 170 dB, similar to the engine of a plane about to take off. And a muffler can reduce it down to 135dB, not the 'whisper' we hear coming out of 007's guns. Therefore operators need gear to protect their eardrums, especially if they faced an intensive day of shooting. Emerson Gear Right Hand 579 Gls Pro-Fit Holster (EM6284A) http://www.yzh.hk/en_ArticleShow.asp?ArticleID=8063 This holster recreates the 579 GLS Model, which locks the gun's safety as soon as you holster it. And it protects the holster's control on the inside which we can comfortably activate with the middle finger as soon as we hold it. It is made of nylon fibre which makes it highly resistant, although it is lined inside with a fabric that will prevent the paint from scratching. Thanks to its retention system we can use it with over 100 different guns. Emerson Gear Jum Plate Carrier 2.0 Multicam Black (EM7436MCBK) http://www.yzh.hk/en_ArticleShow.asp?ArticleID=7954 This JPC 2.0 is an evolution of the JPC, a small, lightweight vest designed to provide high mobility. Although when wearing it to play airsoft its plates have been rather uncomfortable, it still works if we remove them. It shares many of the new features with the real model, such as the front Velcro strip compatible with the AVS system, the side and top straps to attach the clips of the Skeletal system or the back zips to attach a backpack. It also incorporates handles for easier disassembly both at the waist and on the straps. 360º images of the vest Multicam versions Multicam was designed as a universal pattern that would end the conflict between forest and desert patterns. And, although in the initial contest it failed to win the ACU to dress the US Army, this pattern was chosen by the Army for its operations in Afghanistan since 2010. In late 2013, several variants of specific patterns for the main environments were released into the market. Arid, Tropic, Alpine and Black (the latter aimed at police tactical teams).