Regulation Tactical

Reflex Mag Pouch MK3 AR10/AR15
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The original Reflex Mag Pouch was designed to make magazine exchanges fast and simple. It works by cycling the rear magazine forward and holding it there so that it doesn't fall out during dynamic movements.  Cycling the rear magazine forward leaves a space behind it, so that empty or partially full magazines can be easily inserted and in the same quick motion, allow you to draw the next magazine.  The Mk2 introduced the ability to adjust magazine capacity (double-stack, single-stack, and low-profile) for two reasons.  The first reason is because different missions can require different load-outs. The number of mags you carry may be different for a raid vs a vehicle patrol vs a foot patrol.  The second reason is so that you can tailor your silhouette based off environment.  For example, bulk isn't such a concern in open terrain, but if you're operating in a vehicle or about to enter a passenger plane or bus, bulk will be an issue.  And the Mk2 allows you to make these adjustments quickly, easily, and while it is mounted.  The Mk3 takes it a step further by being able to handle both .308 and .223 calibers magazines as well as a new Reflex mechanism for smoother cycling.  In the double-stack configuration the Mk3 is compatible with USGI, PMAG 25 LR/SR, 20 LR/SR, FAL, M-14, and HK.  In double-stack it is not compatible with AK style magazines, but can be set to handle AR-15 magazines.  In single-stack or low-profile configurations it is compatible with all 7.62/.308, to include AK magazines, and AR-15 sized magazines. *Patent No. 9,097,489..
Overview Why we ...
Overview Why we invented it: If you've ever worn a full combat load for a patrol, on post, or during a field exercise you'll understand how sore the muscles in your neck and shoulders get as well as the back pains your gear causes.  Do it for long enough and you'll have the same back problems most of us have.  We invented the LBB to protect your back and spine from injury and to counter the fatigue in your neck and shoulders that degrades alertness and combat effectiveness.  Problems it was designed to solve: Problem #1 Back pain is the #1 complaint "in garrison" by military personnel according to a medical study done by John Hopkins and Walter Reed (Nov 2011). This is due to a combination of factors: the weight of our combat loads/packs and the shock our spines take during field exercises and combat operations.  Of course, as veterans, we didn't need a study to tell us that. Our Solution The LBB transfers the weight of your combat load onto your hips and legs, protecting your back and spine.  *If you already suffer from back pain or injuries due to your gear see our injury rehabilitation forum to understand the injury and rehabilitation tips from our expert. Problem #2 The weight of our combat load starts to tire out the muscles in our neck, shoulders, and back. This fatigue becomes a distraction that hinders alertness and degrades combat effectiveness while on post or patrol.   Our Solution Because our legs are anatomically designed by nature to take more weight and shock, the LBB shifts the weight to your legs, through your hips. This is similar to how a waist strap on a hiking pack transfers the weight to a hiker's legs, allowing them to carry a heavier load and not fatigue as quickly. Problem #3 We don't want you to move your gear (mag pouches, grenade pouches, first aid kit, etc.) because it affects combat efficiency.  Our Solution   The LBB is modular and can be moved around existing equipment. We have also added PALS (aka MOLLE) attachment points so that it can go under your existing gear. Problem #4 We want it to be usable regardless of what kind of issued body armor you get. Our Solution   The LBB is designed to work with body armor that have PALS attachment points.  So whether you have a MTV, Plate Carrier, IOTV, etc. the LBB will work with it. Problem #5 The weight of our combat load is on our chest, not our back.   Our Solution   The LBB comes with four brackets, two up front and two in the back. This evenly distributes the weight. Problem #6 Our gear is heavy enough...
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