3902 TUFF T.A.S.K. Active Shooter Leg Rig with P.T.K.
• Black Nylon
• 2" Dive Webbing
• TUFF Notched Nesting Polymer Ring
• 2 1/4" TUFF Quick Hook Metal Snap Hook
• Ambidextrous Leg Strap with Elastic Gripper
HOLDS (NOT INCLUDED)
• 4 AR15/M4 Mags
• EMT Shears 5.5-7.5"
• Latex Gloves
• Soft T Tourniquet or Similar
• Fox Chest Seal or Similar
As a Tactical Emergency Casualty Care for Law Enforcement and First Responders (TECC-LEO) Instructor, I had multiple law enforcement officers check out the 3902 TUFF T.A.S.K. ACTIVE SHOOTER LEG RIG WITH P.T.K. - recently - during training. The officers were in agreement that they appreciated the quick attach feature - if a need arose. However, when the leg rig is equipped with med gear and loaded magazines, it feels unstable ("floppy" and "slappy" were terms used to describe the sensation), when running. Unanimously, they agreed that the addition of a second thigh strap should make it feel more stable and a couple of officers suggested adding "wings" to the sides of the leg rig - with additional rubberized, non-slip material to aid in securing it to the leg. While the officers are enthusiastic about the concept, they feel that the two suggestions would make it better in an operational environment.
As a TEMS medic this pouch is perfect for having an IFAK and that extra room for tools and lights. I don’t run mags in the carrier I put my shears, light, gloves, and multi-tool. The main pouch houses all my trauma gear. Super easy to adjust and takes a ton of weight off your hips when on long call outs.
After using them over a year, everything is still perfect! While i was changing out my contents i made a point to tell you. Thank you for a great product!
I am so enamoured with the build quality I may (almost) consider it a negative. This is just impossibly solid and sturdy and will obviously become an item that shall be passed down to my children, then grandchildren, etc.!
Very cool and it goes with my other medical stuff I hope I never have to use...
This is great! I have everything I need on me when it needs to be. Get that call for Active Shooter, I grab my gear and go. The Clip is with me all the time and doubles as a key holder. When i need my ifak, i grab it.Clip it, go. Our Department has several of them, and are buying more as the budget allows. Having Extra Magazines is a great concept! Great Design!
I placed basically an I-POK plus chest seals in mine and it fits. The only issue I have is that when loaded with 4 magazines the rig is a little top heavy, it seems to move a little more than I would like when running etc. The only suggestion I have is maybe a small strap for the top of the rig near the top of the magazines might make it a little more stable. I am pleased overall and definitely like it better than my old chest rig. The magazines/ medical supplies are much easier to access when prone or huddled behind cover.
Our Department did not issue these to us, funding issues. So I decided to purchase my own. I am glad I did. I now can carry my own trauma kit and extra ammo to any situation where the SHTF. So many times we are trained to grab the magazines and first aid supplies are an afterthought. Now They are together and there is no excuses. At first I was concerned about the stability of using this while in the field, running to the scene. Once I had it adjusted for my height ( took a couple tries to get it right where i wanted it) It now fits snug against my leg and is secure. All my other gear is still accessible too. Now slowly the others in my department are switching over from their current 2 units and are buying these too. Great Idea!
I think every patrol officer should have one of these in the trunk. So many options for trauma supplies and extra ammo. Compact and easy to use.