Tactical Tailor 5.56 Triple Mag Panel Review
By: Care Bear
Quick and easy take on the Tactical Tailor Fight Light 5.56 Triple Mag Panel. I rocked these pouches on a daily basis and I must say, I’m very pleased.
I ran the 5.56 Triple Mag Panel on my active shooter carrier, which I deployed as much as I could on calls “out in the sticks.” These pouches are definitely a step up from the bulky velcro assisted pouches I ran before.
The open top design allows smooth and almost flawless mag changes. Good option is to use the bungee retention strap for added mag security. Just remember, train as you fight.
The Fight Light 5.56 Triple Mag Panel comes in a variety of camo patterns ranging from black to the much desired Multicam.
Select the pouch that best fits your deployment and operating needs.
The Fight Light 5.56 Triple Mag Panel is a great addition to the Tactical Tailor Fight Light Plate Carrier (Read our review here). When you compare the standard 1000 denier Cordura pouches to the 500 weight fight light, the weight saving difference is very apparent.
The Fight Light 5.56 Triple Mag Panel is attached to your kit via Tactical Tailor’s proprietary Malice Clips.
The Tactical Tailor Triple 5.56 Mag Panel is made in the USA!
No let downs here from Tactical Tailor.
Where to find them:
Malice Clips (Tactical tailor)
Tactical Tailor Malice Clips (Amazon)
Remember shooters, eyes on the target and stay mission ready.
Care Bear clear.
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