Radio.Holster

$100.00
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SKU:
JG.DOCK.HOL-
NSN::
5895-01-659-8930

The Juggernaut Radio.Holster™ is a new product that is intended as a tactical radio 'pouch-replacement'. Based on input and feedback from the tactical radio user community, we designed this product to allow a tactical radio to be mounted directly to the users kit via the PALS/MOLLE webbing. It also allows the radios to run cooler by increasing the airflow around the radio without the need for a pouch (which insulates the radio and leads to overheating/shutdown). The Radio.Holster™ features a rugged Boa Technologies L6 reel closure system tied directly to a Dacron-Cord system for securing the radio into place. This allows the radio to hinge away from the mounting plate and allows access to the HMI (keypad/display) of the radio. This closure system also allows radios employing add-on mission-modules to be used in the holster. The attachment to the webbing is via the PPIP (Polymer PALS Interface Plate) (patent pending).

Compatible radios:

AN/PRC-152(A) & 7800T

AN/PRC-148/JEM/MBITR2

L3 SIR/TACROVER-P/TACNET ROVER/TACROVER-E/MNR-10

Wave Relay MPU4/MPU5 Handheld

TrellisWare TW400

Coastal Defense MVR6

Supporting Documents:

Radio Dock Holster Instructions

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  • 5
    Top notch product

    Posted by User on May 28th 2018

    While a bit on the expensive side, this is the likely the very best holster on the market today. Securely holds the radio in place for use in a variety of locations.
    PROs:
    -Radio fits snugly without fear of falling out
    -Allows radio to cool with minimal coverage
    -Boa retention system allows easy access to the faceplate with a hinged floor

    CONs:
    -The molle clip system is not easily moved between locations (such as one kit to another). Something with a pull tab built into the holster would be better (and for the price I would think easily accomplished).

    The very best high-end holster on the market I fully recommend it. It is a price investment but with bulletproof construction you cant go wrong.