Tactical Tailor Radio Pouch, Large
The Tactical Tailor Large Radio Pouch is designed to hold a variety of larger military and law enforcement radios, from the Motorola Saber to the AN/PRC 148 MBITR and even the new AN/PRC 152 Harris Falcon III.
The pouch features an open top for easy access to controls and a hook and loop cover to conceal the keypad and screen. Accomodates radios up to 3" wide by 9.5" tall by 1.75" deep.
Attaches to any MOLLE or PALS style gear with two long MALICE CLIPS®.
Made especially for larger radios however it is adjustable for smaller versions as well. Nice serpa straps.
Fits the MBITR, EF Johnson, other medium radios I've used so far, and when not using commo, it will securely hold an extra magazine or can of Red Bull!
Fit like a glove on my Motorola saber radio. No complaints, highly recommend it.
Received this item very quickly and it is a very well made, very sturdy pouch.
I run this pouch for my PRC 152 and while the para chord does indeed impede my ability to move the channel knob, it also ensures that my pack straps don't inadvertently switch it either. I've been running it for about 7 months in Afghanistan and I love it. I did cut off the top velcro strap so I could more easily manipulate the volume button.
Good quality Materials and stitching but it's more complicated then it needs to be for a radio pouch, takes to long to get a radio in and out on the fly. Looking for other options for mbitr and Icom radios now.
Bought this pouch for our Harris 152's in prep for deployment. Turns out the straps that go over the top have a habit of moving the preset knob and the PT/LD/CT switch at the worst possible times. Tried tightening it down but then it keeps you from changing presets without loosening it up, and it still interferes with the PT/LD/CT switch. Definetly need a better solution for these radios.