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New to me, Part, the Tactical Link

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    New to me, Part, the Tactical Link

    Tactical Link: High strength polymer attachment device. Saves weight compared to metal carabiners. Textured grip for use with wet/gloved hands. Won't clip to o-rings, but will clip on most exterior webbing loops and handles of our bags.

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    Originally posted by backpack View Post
    Tactical Link: High strength polymer attachment device. Saves weight compared to metal carabiners. Textured grip for use with wet/gloved hands. Won't clip to o-rings, but will clip on most exterior webbing loops and handles of our bags.
    The tactical link been available under Parts for some time, but I think they didn't add a picture until late March or April:
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      #3
      My order containing tactical links arrived yesterday. They look very sturdy! They can be attached to the daisy-chain webbing that runs along the outside of a Quiver. They also fit through the webbing loops inside of a Brain Bag, where the annex clips would normally go.

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        #4
        fyi, you can drill holes between the ribs and thread p-cord or split rings to keep things from wandering around the 'biner. works very well if you are using them for keys, for instance. i have one tied to my work mug handle in this fashion so that i can clip it to my pocket while walking to the dining hall on campus.

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          #5
          Originally posted by trailmix View Post
          fyi, you can drill holes between the ribs and thread p-cord or split rings to keep things from wandering around the 'biner. works very well if you are using them for keys, for instance. i have one tied to my work mug handle in this fashion so that i can clip it to my pocket while walking to the dining hall on campus.
          That must be some walk if you need to tether your mug so that the two of you arrive safely!
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            #6
            well, it is a small campus, but you never know. haha and sometimes i need to carry other stuff.

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