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Chase Tactical Adjustable Radio Pouch

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SKU: CT-30RP01 Categories: , ,


The Chase Tactical Adjustable Radio Pouch has a secure elastic binding allowing for a universal fit for a variety of radio units. Internally there is a Velcro strip that can be adjusted to determine the radio height and an elastic corded retention strap with a fastener which can be adjusted to fit.  The whole pouch is padded internally to provide protection under the most adverse conditions.  Fits Motorola 5000 series radios.  Attached with upright MOLLE.


  • 4.25” H x 3” W x 2” D


  • .20 Lbs
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Weight .20 lbs

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Chase Tactical


Chase Tactical

Reviews (1)

1 review for Chase Tactical Adjustable Radio Pouch

  1. Steven R. (verified owner)

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    Perfect for everyday use.

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