Tac Shield Operators Admin MOLLE Pouch

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posted on July 10, 2014
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Let's face it. Some times, the most tactical thing you can do is keep all of your stuff in one place. While most of us don't have the gear, training or skills to rappel down a mountain, we've all found ourselves looking for a pen and a slip of paper to write a quick note to ourselves or others—and that's where a piece of kit like this pouch comes in handy.

The Tac Shield Operators Admin MOLLE Pouch is an important management tool at your disposal. With secure areas for your phone, business cards, writing implements and even a badge-holder, this is a piece of gear suited for a foreman, range officer or even a harried gun scribe covering an event.

With four stout straps on the back, the pouch can be carried on a belt. The straps remove so that the pouch can be woven into standard MOLLE webbing on a pack, sling bag or messenger bag so equipped. Elastic loops line both the inside and outside of the pouch, perfect for keeping pens, lights, styli or other small items in their place.

MSRP: $39.99. Available in Black or Coyote.

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