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Mission Critical Designs

Vestsideveien 107, Trysil, Norway
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Members in all organizations are looking for the most important aspects of their missions. These important aspects can or will affect the end result and is therefore MISSION CRITICAL. We will design and develop systems that support or enhance the individual member in doing their part of the job for their organisation. We specialise in design and development of equipment for military, LE, first responders and outdoor enthusiasts.

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Compact Allround Tent (C.A.T.) configurations. There are many ways to put up your tent. It depends on different weather or to keep bugs out. Some of the methods are shown in the pictures in our webshop. Here we provide a few more, just to give you some ideas. First one out is a setup with bungees. Bungees comes in many different lengths and colors. Some like them bright and in fresh colors so they don't trip into them. Others may need them in colors that blends in. As you can see, we have anchored them in the D-rings at each end of the tent and stretched them around a couple of trees. The right end of the tent is close to one tree and the other with some more distance. The purpose of this setup is to have an open area in one end (left in the picture), where we have decided that the entrance should be. In the other end its possible to store your backpack and gear inside your tent. We like to sleep with our head in the area where we have stored the backpack. That makes it possible to get hold of stuff without getting up or getting out of the tent. In the entrance-end of the tent, we store boots. You can also see that we have opened the doors in each end to let in a lot of fresh air and thus prevent moist in the tent. This setup works when there is not to much wind, but you need cover from rain or light snow. If you are worried that there will be heavy snow, we will recommend using paracord or other cords that doesn't flex like the bungees.

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Rangetime! Shooting the 417 standing with a MCD tripod and HOG Saddle. Too bad the 417 front rail tube is so sensitive. It would be even more stable if we could use the SS Loophole sling. Anyways, followups is really fast with this semiautomatic rifle and stable platform. :-)

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Stress-testing the CAT’s ability to keep mosquitos and other bugs out, while keeping the person inside dry and comfortable. Sepik River in the background. Mission Critical Designs’ “Compact Allround Tent”, or C.A.T., recently accompanied US nonprofit Pacific Wrecks Inc. on an expedition to the remote and huge Sepik River in northern Papua New Guinea (PNG). Natural beauty and interesting workplace aside, the Sepik River is widely known for being extremely mosquito-infested, due to this river being situated in the tropics more or less right on the equator, on an enormous swampy flood plain, and being fed from several smaller rivers flowing in from mountain ranges to the north and south of the river. This challenge is further compounded by the fact that mosquitos in this part of the world carry Malaria and Dengue Fever - with Papua New Guinea and neighbouring Solomon Islands being among the most malaria-infested countries in the world - and that the Sepik River is currently experiencing it’s wet season, with 7-10 meters higher water level than the dry months, flooded villages and a huge increase in mosquito spawning as a result. To preserve one’s sanity, get enough sleep during the night and most importantly keep healthy and malaria-free in a tropical jungle-environment, it is imperative to have sleeping gear that can keep mosquitos - and the much smaller sandflies - out, and the person inside the tent comfortable and confident that his or her sleeping gear will keep the elements at bay. Just to test the CAT and check - or rather, personally confirm - what it was good for, the Pacific Wrecks staff chose to sleep several nights inside the CAT, placed on a raised platform right on the riverbank. The CAT passed this test with flying colours, giving a bite-free night to the person inside, although waking him up several times during the night due to the collective noise of probably thousands of mosquitoes buzzing around, trying to get in.

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User submitted photo. Another creative way to use the Compact Allround Tent. This time it's used to make a private area on top of a camping bed. #missioncriticaldesigns #compactallroundtent #borninnorwayunderarcticconditions #onemantent #tent #campingbed #norwegianhomeguard #telt #enmannstelt #heimevernet

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Our Friend Joshua Stabler tells the HOG and PIG Saddle story.

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User submitted photos of the Compact Allround Tent and GPS & Map armband in use. It looks like you've had a nice outdoors weekend.

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