This Condor Flashlight/Utility
Pouch will fit many flashlights or other gear such as a Multi-tool. It is 3.5”
deep, has a drainage grommet at the bottom and has several carry options. You
can strap it to your pack, wear it on your belt or loop it through a
carabineer. The pouch has a hook & loop strap that is used to secure your
gear. It has a rather large opening which allows for a variety of gear. One
additional feature is the colth membrane that covers the bottom grommet. This
was designed to filter the light with the flashlight still in the pouch
(pointed down) when you need very low light to read a map. There is a fixed mod
strap on the back for pack mounting. This is a very functional pouch with lots
of potential uses.
V. (Brooklyn, NY)
one mounted on the pen loops of the #127 Deployment bag (may or may not fit
depending on bag's construction). Fits about a 6'' long by 2'' diameter light.
The compression strap holds the light securely enough that it will not fall out
if the pouch is flipped upside-down. The grommet has a blue filter inside it,
so you can flip the the flashlight around and use it as a low-observable light
source. This will limit the flashlight's power and illumination radius, so
don't expect anything beyond being able to find your way around a desk.
Furthermore, you will need to take the pouch off your kit to be able to
manipulate it, and the strap is not too conductive to that.
pouch will hold a CAT tourniquet
Queensland) Holds a CAT tourni, with enough pressure to hild it in, but easy
enough to remove single handed and fast.