The CTB Rifle Mag Pouch is designed to carry up to two AR-15 (.223 – 5.56x45mm) rifle magazines in amphibious environments. Thanks to its design, it can also be used to carry one medium radio (such as the Motorola XPS or similar dimensions) or one large radio (such as the MBITR AN/PRC-148, the AN/PRC-152 or similar dimensions), one 0.5L water bottle or a small IFAK.
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.
This pouch features ITW Nexus® buckle closure system which provides a secure retention in cases where hook and loop fastening may get wet and lose some of its adhesion power. Both the QASM buckle and the bottom strap can eventually be removed (or secured with the 1-1/2” elastic) if the sole hook and loop closure is preferred. The CTB Rifle Mag Pouch can be turned into an EOT (Elastic Open Top) magazine pouch to get a faster extraction of the magazines just by putting the flap inside the pouch and equipping the 1/8” shock cord and webbing puller provided.
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.
The MIL-C-8061 heavy mesh fabric construction effectively drains water after a coastal insertion or any type of water activity, keeping the operator light and efficient.
The MIL-W-5664 or Woven type elasticized band provides an inherently conforming pressure to the content that is reliable and repeatable. The Triglide allows to adjust the pouch height basing on the content.
Our attention to detail, combined with personalized design, offer a unique product that reflects our commitment to “state of the art” military equipment.