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    The CTB Dump Pouch QR is designed to store everything it can fit, from spent rifle magazines to pieces of evidence picked up on the field during amphibious operations.
    Once closed, it is small enough to be attached on a belt or on a tactical vest without adding significant bulk. Once opened, it can accommodate up to six AR-15 rifle magazines. The opening can be adjusted at will thanks to the elastic cord that runs along it. This pouch features DUE EMME Quick Release buckle that makes it easy to open, especially useful when you are wearing thick gloves or during night or water ops.
    The MIL-C-8061 heavy mesh fabric construction effectively drains water and debris after a coastal insertion or any type of water activity, keeping the operator light and efficient.
    The FROG.PRO CTB (Cross The Border) line is specifically designed with the aim of providing to amphibious special missions units dedicated equipment which, thanks to special fabrics and specific design choices, enhances performance and survivability during operations that involve working in wet environments such as maritime, fluvial, rainy or snowy areas.
    The LAHYCO composite fabric used for the main parts of the pouch and its flap is highly hydrophobic, which in wet environments translates to higher mobility and lighter weight. The LAHYCO fabric is also partially FR, and provides sturdier protection against cut, wear, and tears.

    Our attention to detail, combined with personalized design, offer a unique product that reflects our commitment to “state of the art” military equipment.

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    CTB Dump Pouch QR (Multicam)
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