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Special Ops Leg Bottle Pouch

#16 User is offline   coywolf 

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Posted 06 June 2007 - 03:34 PM

I have the tactical drop leg tank pouch and the tactical drop leg dual pod pouch
which I attached to several different belts.
I found that when I used them both at the same time that the
velcro on the inside of the legs of the leftside pouch interfered with
the velcro on the inside of the legs of the rightside pouch.
Only a very bowlegged person would not notice this problem.
In my opinion, Special Ops should come up with a different type of strapping
to attach the pouches to your leg and forget about velcro for this application.
A couple of quick disconnect buckles and some size adjustment hardware
would be better for this application.

Also, the remote coil going to your marker hangs lower when your
tank is mounted on your leg and can get hung up on
tree branches and brush. I have a camo cover on my remote coil, but
was still getting hung up.

This post has been edited by coywolf: 23 June 2007 - 08:17 AM


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Posted 07 June 2007 - 03:27 AM

im about to order one of those tank holsters for my leg...can it be used on both legs? or does it have to be just on the right?...and you said that you can use a remote line with it? good...cause i didnt like a tank my hip so im trying to get it moved to my leg....does it bounce around when you run with it? does the tank come loose with a remote line on? and does it secure to your leg tightly or is it a little loose?
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Posted 07 June 2007 - 08:57 AM

It can be used on either leg and I use it with a remote line the only thing I've noticed running a remote on it is that you have a lot more slack in front of you I highly recommend a coiled remote when using it. When running it remains fairly stationary but after crouching I've experienced the straps loosening up a bit but the pouch stay pretty well where it is placed.

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Posted 13 September 2007 - 07:45 AM

It's a nice quality item, but I've found one problem with, I'm a little guy, so it tends to work loose when I'm sprinting around, and another thing is that since I'm little the pouch likes to turn to the front of my leg when running, so it feels like I have a tumor on my leg, but other then that it's an awesome product.

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