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    Find a good ankle pouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prepare View Post
    I not aware of anything small enough to carry on your person in normal clothes unless you have big cargo pockets.
    I been wearing and using a Ryker Nylon Gear AFAK for years. By far one of the best thing I have spent my $ on. Super comfortable and holds everything I need.

    https://www.rykernylongear.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark71 View Post
    I been wearing and using a Ryker Nylon Gear AFAK for years. By far one of the best thing I have spent my $ on. Super comfortable and holds everything I need.

    https://www.rykernylongear.com
    That actually looks pretty good. I carry an HSGI Bleeder right now, actually I have two, one on my gunbelt, and one in my small backpack I carry around every day. I've actually used it on a GSW and was pleased I could get everything I needed fast.

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    Which Ifak pouch?

    Dark angel medical and ITS tactical have some great products. The bonus of dark angel medical is if you ever have to use your gear to save a life they will replace your kits contents for free.


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    Quote Originally Posted by titsonritz View Post
    Check out the Chinook Med TMK IFAK Pouch

    http://www.chinookmed.com/cgi-bin/it...rt-%28Empty%29
    Since this is for an active shooter rig set up, I'd go with tits's suggestion. I have a similar set up using an ATS Tactical Med Insert https://atstacticalgear.com/low-profile-medical-insert/ inserted in a Spec-Ops Brand four mag pouch. It comfortably holds Combat Gauze, two pairs of gloves, 4" Olaes Flat, Shears, Z-pak dressing, Naso airway, Hyfin Compact Chest Seal, small roll of Med Tape, and a Mini Sharpee. I keep the CAT in a separate pouch molle'd to my chest rig. The IFAK pouch is molle'd to a shoulder strap but behind the shoulder. Still reachable with either hand but out of the way when it comes to prone and/or other weapon positions. I like having everything in the insert. You pull it out and nothing is flying out onto the ground or somewhere that you have a problem finding it in the dark. Plus you can toss the contents to someone who is lacking self help if the need arises.

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    Another vote for the dark angel pouch. If you need more room, the tyr tactical med pouch is alright too. The only thing I don't like about it is the molle straps don't secure with snaps which can be an issue if you run it on anything other than molle webbing.

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    Tried the Dark Angel "slim" pouch, and the TQ holder portion of it had the stitching blow out upon inserting the CAT. Presumably a manufacturing error, but something to keep an eye on, regardless. They're supposed to be sending me a replacement. Another thing to note is that the slim pouch is still a pretty large pouch. Also, if you're using it with a sidearm, having shears placed in the slot can interfere with your draw. I had planned on moving the shears to the horizontal belt loop slot or the rear MOLLE to keep it out of the way.

    In the meantime, I've ordered a Coyote Tactical "burrito" pouch (http://www.coyotetacticalsolutions.com/burrito/). I'm looking at it as a poor man's version of the BFG Micro, and with what looks to me to be a potentially be a better belt-mounting option (can be used horizontal or vertical).
    Last edited by essjay; 07-20-19 at 23:22.

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    Pricey, but it works. I run one on my chest rig, which I've worn even for range practice; to get used to the feel, and to make sure it doesn't interfere with sling or rifle. Smooth edges and snag free - I like it.
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    I'm using the HSGI Bleeder pouch and have it filled with Dark Angel kit. Actually I have 3 of them. One on each of my plate carriers and another on my HSGI battle belt.
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