The following is a press release from High Speed Gear
High Speed Gear has a history of producing some of the most versatile tactical pouches and platforms in the industry. A proven performer, HSGI® continues to show tremendous popularity in tactical markets worldwide. Our lengthy list of top tier operators includes U.S. and allied special forces, state and local tactical units, and hundreds of federal agencies.
In keeping with that standard, High Speed Gear is proud to release its 40mm TACO®, Double 40mm TACO®, Radio Pop-up TACO®, and new and improved RAMPs.
The 40mm TACOs® use our popular Soft TACO® technology in a smaller package to securely hold 40mm, 37mm, and other small ordnance and similar devices securely. These pouches feature metal grommets for maximum drainage and bungee retention tabs for additional security. The MOLLE versions include our HSGI® Clips and the belt-mounted versions attach easily to belts up to 2” with Velcro® One-Wrap®.
The Radio Pop-up TACO® uses our popular Soft TACO® technology and durable webbing in multiple sizes to create a secure but easily accessible storage solution for a wide variety of items, including military and law enforcement personal communication devices. An over-the-top bungee retention tab provides additional security and a Velcro®-tipped pop-up strap allows for quick removal of contents. The MOLLE version includes our HSGI® Clips and the belt-mounted version attaches easily to belts up to 2” with Velcro® One-Wrap®.
Our RAMPs V.2 are redesigned for simple use and convenience. Available in three sizes (Pistol, Rifle and Bridge), the RAMP family is perfect for kicking out your pouches at an angle to clear your rig or body armor. These platforms are easily attached to PALS with our HSGI® Clips (included) or belt-mounted by weaving the clips.
These products are available now.
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