- First Aid Medical Pouches
- Crimson Trace Holsters
- Cop TUFF
- Range Gear
- Team TUFF
- Sentinel Concepts Elite
- Last Chance Items
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. Chad on May 22nd 2017
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! John Jacobson - Miami on Oct 10th 2016
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. Frank A Texas on Oct 5th 2016
Everything In One Place for any situation. Great Quality. Easy on and off.
Getting our department hooked . Unknown on Sep 29th 2016
With everything I need in one place for any active shooter event. Great Concept and amazing quality! Keep it up TUFF John Allan on May 6th 2016
I recently purchased the TASK Leg Rig as my active shooter bailout bag. I've had many "bailout bags" in the past but this one just makes sense to me. Heavy duty belt clip that I use as my regular key ring for everyday stuff but I can quickly attach the rig and have 120 rounds and a blow out kit with me. It takes about 5 seconds to get it on and get moving. The mags are at the ready and in a spot that I can get to them quickly with either had. Only suggestion would be to have a small velcro tab that I can put the medical cross indicator on the bag portion so others know there is first-aid stuff inside. Well done Nat! No one should be without this rig! And no, I'm not related - just have the same last name. Pete Stevens on Dec 5th 2015