7907 QuickStrips Tactical Pouch

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The Tuff™ Tactical QuickStrip™ Pouch holds 1 or 2 loaded QuickStrips™ and wraps around belts up to 2".
Double layered nylon with two vertical military grade bar-tacks hold your strips upright once the flap is open.

Size 1 (Small) Holds 1 or 2 Loaded QuickStrips™
5 rounds of .357, .38, .40 S&W, .6.8mm,..7mm Mag,.375 H&H 300 Win Mag,.45 Auto Rim
6 rounds of .223,.32,.327,9mm Luger/Parabellum

Size 2 (Medium) Holds 1 or 2 Loaded QuickStrips™
5 Rounds 30-30,.410 Shotgun,.44,.45,.458 Lott,.458 Win Mag,.460, .50AE,

10 rounds of .17HM2, .22 Short, .22LR,

10 rounds of .17 HMR,.22 Magnum

6 rounds of .357, .38, .40 S&W, .6.8mm,.243 Win, 257 Roberts, 270 Win, .308,.30-06,.338 Federal, .41 Magnum, .45 ACP,.30-30,. 44,.45,.458 Lott,.458 Win Mag,.460, .50AE,.7mm Mag,.375 H&H 300 Win Mag,.45 Auto Rim,

7 rounds of .357, .38, .40 S&W, .6.8mm

Size 3 (Large) Holds 1 or 2 Loaded QuickStrips™
5 rounds of .416 Rigby,.500 Linebaugh 6 rounds of .475,.480,.500 S&W
6 Rounds of .410 Shotgun
8 rounds of .223,.32,.327,9mm Luger/Parabellum .357, .38, .40 S&W, .6.8mm QuickStrips™
 External Dim. Length x Height
Size 1     3.25"*3.5"     Internal Width 2.75"
Size 2     4"*3.75"       Internal Width  3.25"
Size 3     4.5"*3.5"      Internal Width  4"

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  • 4
    Tuff Strips Pouch

    Posted by Dave on Nov 6th 2017

    Holds 2 8-rounders fine but a belt loop would be helpful...I can thread the belt through behind the top strip but it's not secure once I open it...quick service appreciated.

  • 5
    Great idea

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 23rd 2017

    This pouch is a great way to carry Tuff Quick Strips. Keeps two reloads readily accessible and quick at hand. Very simple system to secure to your belt.

  • 5
    great item

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 20th 2017

    These pouches are great to be able to carry 2 speed strips for my snubbie. Now walking out the door I am carrying two 6 round strips and five in the gun for a total of 17 rounds. Also great to run the snubbie at IDPA for real world practice. Get this item if you are a revolver person!

  • 4
    Pouch Size Pro's & Con's

    Posted by Mark in Michigan on Apr 11th 2017

    With so many caliber strips available and only 3 size pouches to choose from, not every strip of reloads will fit exactly. The small pouch holding 2 strips of .38 spl had a lot of unused leftover space in the bottom of it, which made the pouch seem "top heavy" when carried upright in the pocket.
    I found that when carried in a loose shirt pocket, the pouch would work itself upside down by the end of the day, and I would have to flip it over to efficiently remove a loaded strip. In a situation where it might be needed in a hurry, I was concerned that I might loose precious time fumbling to find the flap to open it.
    Fortunately, for me, there was enough empty room in my selected caliber/pouch combination to drop a couple of extra loose rounds in the bottom below the strips, which gave the pouch a little more bottom weight and a less "floppy" feeling .
    This solution probably will not work with every caliber, and with certain pouch/caliber combinations the fit will have less gaps, making this quick fix not necessary.... On the other hand, if you are already carrying the pouch and strips anyway, then having a few EXTRA rounds for backup isn't a bad thing.
    If your selected pouch/caliber combination has too much unused space and is causing you an indexing problem, but you don't have enough extra room to carry the spare loose rounds.....I might suggest cutting a small piece of wood, or even glueing together an appropriate size block of cardboard to fill the void. This should go a long way towards eliminating that squishy-bottom/heavy-top feeling.

  • 5
    Large Quick Strip Pouch

    Posted by Sean V. on Mar 6th 2017

    I purchased this pouch to compliment my S&W 640 that I carry off-duty. I also purchased 2 of the 8 round quick strips for 357 Magnum. The pouch does exactly what it is designed for. I would definitely recommend this product for anyone who chooses to carry a revolver for off-duty or concealed carry.

  • 5
    Quickstrip Pouch

    Posted by AB, Alabama, USA on Jan 25th 2017

    The Tuff Quickstrip Pouch carries Quickstrips (two 8-rounders, in my case) efficiently and discretely. I carry mine strong-side at or ahead of my right front pocket for easy access.

  • 4
    Nice item, but....

    Posted by Ephenway on Jan 8th 2017

    Nice pouch. I only problem is that when you insert 2 full strips of 410, you can barely close the flap.

  • 5
    Excellent product

    Posted by ScottM on Dec 29th 2016

    Understanding how the pouch works, you realize that it is a great asset to your revolver carry gear.

    Very well made, quality all the way.

  • 5
    Alternate use.

    Posted by John on Nov 22nd 2016

    Great case, holds 3 s@w bodyguard 6 rounds standing straight up. Not what its made for but works great.