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Patrol Rifle Response Pouch

Sku : PRRP-B
As today’s law enforcement community continues to increase preparedness towards critical incident response, the need for equipping those responding officers has risen as well. The Patrol Rifle Response Kit offers the individual patrol officer the ability to have the necessary components for those emergency situations immediately available to them, without the added difficulty of performing reloads from an uncooperative sling bag. Internally, the contents allow for the effective treatment of life threatening wounds, while externally, the pouch can hold (2) 30 round M4/AR15 style magazines and has MOLLE-attaching surface on the face to allow for the addition of equipment. The system can be worn full-time or detached from the duty belt using the integrated buckles and quickly snapped on during times of crisis. It is also fully compatible with our Patrol Trauma Response Pouch (in conjunction with the Pouch-Attaching Strap) and select belt-mounted tourniquet holders. (Sold separately) 

The stocked Patrol Trauma Response Kit is available for purchase here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
FedEx sucks but the pouch is good

Yeah, sending me a review request after “fulfilling the order” seven days ago? You ship via FedEx even when USPS is chosen as the shipping method. FedEx is the most god awful horrible trash shipping company ever to exist. I haven’t gotten the item yet and I’m lucky if I ever will.

Stop using FedEx. And “FedEx Smartpost” is absolutely not USPS. You charge a pretty significant premium for your products. You can upgrade your shipping choices. You use FedEx because it’s garbage and costs you the least. Switch to actual USPS, they’re far more reliable.

Edit: the pouch itself is pretty handy. Seems to be of decent construction and materials but I’d characterize the build as worse than 5.11 which is mid-tier gear. I think you’d be better off buying a drop leg molle platform and constructing your own patrol rife response pouch.

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