Eleven 10 Rigid Tourniquet Case for SOFTT/SOFTT-W
Tactical Medical Solutions Eleven10 Rigid Tourniquet Case can hold either the original SOF Tactical Tourniquet or the SOF Tactical Tourniquet Wide.
This hard-sided tourniquet case is designed to give you easy access to your tourniquet when seconds matter. It can be worn on your duty belt, MOLLE/PALS compatible vest, or in the accessory position on your Safariland drop leg holster. The rigid case holds your tourniquet securely in place utilizing friction, so there's no straps, buckles, or flaps to deal with. It offers true one-handed gross motor skills deployment of the tourniquet even when your hands are bloody or wet. Just grab the exposed portion of the tourniquet and with a swift pull, it releases.
Massive bleeding in an extremity can often be stopped using a tourniquet, but seconds can be the difference between life and death. Having your tourniquet in a Rigid Tourniquet Case will ensure that you can access and deploy your tourniquet in seconds, and it will always be on your person.
The injection-molded Rigid Tourniquet Case offers numerous mounting options and ride adjustment. It's compatible with Blade-Tech, Safariland, Tactical Tailor, and Raven Concealment Systems mounting solutions. Many of the mounting solutions can be mounted in the vertical or horizontal positions.
Eleven 10 Rigid Tourniquet Case for SOFTT/SOFTT-W Features:
- Keeps your tourniquet close at hand for rapid deployment
- Holds SOFTT-NH or SOFTT-W utilizing friction with no modifications to the case
- Injection-molded nylon case to stand up to rugged Law Enforcement and Military usage
- 2-piece design allows water drainage from the bottom of the case
- Textured front panel
- Multiple mounting positions to adjust the right height (can be mounted vertically, horizontally, or inverted)
- Available mounting options:
- Police duty Tek-Lok belt (belt attachment fits up to a 2.25" belt)
- MOLLE/PALS attachment (malice clip)
- Color: Plain black or black w/cross emblem
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