Tactical Tailor Fight Light 5.56 Double Mag Panel 30rd

SKU:
1TT.198
$22.54
(11 reviews)
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Tactical Tailor Fight Light 5.56 Double Mag Panel 30rd

The Tactical Tailor Fight Light line of tactical gear features the same combat tested designs as their regular gear but in a 30% lighter, FR lined package! Holds two 30 round 5.56 M16 style magazines including PMAG and HK magazines. Low profile flat configuration. External webbing for stacking pouches. Open top design with heavy duty bungee retention.

Dimensions: 6" tall x 6" wide x 1" deep

MADE IN THE USA

Reviews

  • 4
    Adequate

    Posted by Atom on 10th Jul 2020

    It gets the job accomplished. I haven’t had the panel long enough for a comment on durability. I understand that this is a product review however, Skd experience was right on.

  • 5
    Tactical Tailor Fight Light 5.56 Double Mag Panel

    Posted by R V on 19th Aug 2019

    Good fit. Sturdy

  • 5
    Excellent piece of gear

    Posted by matt on 3rd Nov 2017

    Had one of these on my Work plate carrier worn nearly daily for the past 2 years. Pouch has held up really well. Like it so much i bought a second one for my SWAT armor.

  • 5
    Dub mag panel

    Posted by Rudy Ramos on 11th Jun 2017

    First one purchased of this kind from SKD and will be buying more from them. Great product and shipping was very reasonable and it being that I live in Maui it arrived very fast!

  • 5
    Just right for my war belt

    Posted by Utter on 3rd Apr 2015

    I used some kydex inserts for ease of insertion and have found the pouch to be a great quality especially at the price point.

  • 4
    Tactical Tailor Fight Light 5.56 Double Mag Panel

    Posted by Rob A on 15th Jan 2014

    Well built. Fine quality for a basic economy rig. Made in the USA!

  • 5
    double mag pouch

    Posted by Frank Moore on 28th Nov 2013

    P mags are good to go well made

  • 5
    Cheap Price, High Quality

    Posted by Joseph Baker on 7th Sep 2013

    I wanted this for my battle belt set up and it works perfectly with the theme of low weight and stream lined.

  • 3
    Get what you pay for

    Posted by Brad P. on 10th Jan 2013

    I knew these were going to be floppy and almost impossible to easily insert a mag in one handed and I was right. This pouch was for a backup rig so I am fine with some cheaper (but still TT quality) pouches. It won't get a lot of use so it won't piss me off that often. If you need an inexpensive mag pouch that you don't need to stuff mags in under stress then this is what you need