RIP Series Tactical Gear

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Details
  • Color: Coyote Brown or Black
  • Length: 5″ (each)
  • Weight: 1.5 oz. (pair)
  • Made in the USA (Berry Compliant)
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Designed by operational necessity


Introducing the new Retention Improvised Pouch. It fills the gap between the full retention pouches and pouches without any retention. The RIP Series was designed to have the best of both worlds for those individuals needing reliable retention with the fastest magazine reload capabilities. Made in the USA

Realworld retention with the fastest magazine reload capability

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Plate carrier tactical magazine pouches come in two main systems, no retention or two step retention. No retention is ideal for firearms training and speed for magazine reloads but it is not ideal in real world engagements such as fighting, jumping, falling and running. They are not reliable in regards to keeping the magazines in their place. The two step retention (cover flap, or center paracord design) for carbine magazines takes pulling the flap open or pulling the paracord off, then pulling the magazine out of the pouch making the individual take two steps before conducting a magazine reload. These retention devices are very secure and reliable in regards to real world engagements but take a longer time for magazine reloads. This becomes an issue especially for close quarter armed confrontations, in an urban environment or even in military combat, where speed is of the essence.

The RIP Series Solution

The concept behind the RIP series design is to give the end user a reliable retention system without sacrificing speed during magazine reloads, thus instead of having a two step retention system using the RIP cross cord retention design you will be cutting it down to one step. The paracord being at a 45-degree angle it covers the whole magazine for reliable retention and by placing the cord tab on the corner of the magazine, you have eliminated the need to pull it off. Instead, now as you grab the magazine in a downward motion and the user, uses his index finger or thumb to push the tab off while simultaneously pulling the magazine out of the pouch in one movement, making a faster reload with reliable retention.

CROSS CORD RETENTION design

The cross cord retention design on the RIP comes from the side (left or right) and crosses the magazine in a 45 degree angle. The paracord nylon tab rests on the corner of the magazine with a half cut opening covering the top and the side of the magazine for reliability and to ensure the paracord does not fall off. The nylon tabs also come with an outer lining of a Hypalon style (hydrophobic) material that gives the end user that extra friction during damp or wet situations. The paracord runs a criss cross or x pattern through the whole pouch for security, tightening. The paracord is finished with an extra 3-4 inches being held by a cord lock, on either the left or right side depending if the user is left handed or right handed. This is done for user preference on paracord tightness and magazine compatibility. It also gives the user the ability to have magazine extended base plates and the ability to adjust the paracord according to the users liking.

Molly Stix

The RIP Series all come with Molly Stix  and are easily woven between the webbing and with a simple flip of the top latch they are locked in place. Molly Stixs secure and stabilize the accessory onto the pack or armor and when it comes time to remove the item a quick flip of the locking tab or tug on the optional lanyard and the item is free in seconds. Two or more can be linked together with paracord and released in unison.

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Details
  • Color: Coyote Brown or Black
  • Length: 5″ (each)
  • Weight: 1.5 oz. (pair)
  • Made in the USA (Berry Compliant)
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