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The low profile MD1250 provides flotation capability with minimum bulk or interference using separate, independently operated left and right side pouches. With the option to wear on a standard or padded LE belt or attach directly to Pouch Attachment Ladder System (PALS) webbing on Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment (MOLLE) vests, the MD1250 is a versatile solution for users who require emergency flotation with minimal bulk or interference with gear.

The MD1250 is sold as a pair of pouches, including both the Left and Right units. Each unit contains 35lb buoyancy for a combined 70 lb buoyancy.

Uses re-arm kits MA7214 10 (2 kits to re-arm one pair)Using Hydrostatic Inflator Technology, each pouch will automatically inflate when submerged in 4 or more inches of water but not inadvertently due to rain, spray or humidity. The stabilization cap, patent pending, fits over the inflator to protect it and ensures its performance in some of the most demanding environments.

When fitted with the included manual conversion cap, the automatic hydrostatic function can be disabled, each pouch can still be inflated by pulling the beaded handle. An oral inflation tube provides backup inflation, or emergency in-field deflation.

Mustang Survival Tactical Inflatable Side Pouch

PT#: MD1250

Mustang Survival Tactical Inflatable Side Pouch

:: Specifications

  • Available in a black or coyote tan outershell with a yellow bladder and SOLAS-grade retro-reflective tape

:: Features

  • Compatible with Re-arm Kit Model # MA7214 10 (x2)
  • Option to wear on a standard or padded LE belt or attach directly to Pouch Attachment Ladder System (PALS) webbing on Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment (MOLLE) vests
  • Sold as a pair
  • Each unit provides 35lb buoyancy for a combined 70lb buoyancy
  • Includes manual conversion cap, MA7219, for each side

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