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At SHOT Show 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada, this week at booth #20663 in the Venetian Ballroom on Level 2, Tasmanian Tiger, is introducing a modular back pack exclusively designed for the Radio Telephone Operator (RTO) or communications person. Built to accommodate the PRC 117 F, TRM 6020/21 and/or SEM70 combat radios, the radio compartment fixing can be adjusted for height and width with zippered openings on top for quick and easy access.

The TT Modular Radio pack has a padded back carrying system for comfort and a detachable rear panel with an aluminium frame that can be shaped to fit the individual. The pack also features side compression straps for a snug fit. The Laser Cut MOLLE hip belt is removable and can be used separately as a Warrior Belt. On the front of the pack are two exterior pouches and an adjustable front flap. A laser cut MOLLE system for additional pouches and accessories can be found on both sides and the front pocket.

The large main compartment also has MOLLE hook-and-loop on the inside for modular expansion. The shoulder straps have cable guides and outlet ports and the pack is also outfitted with a loop attachment system for accessories, as well as a battery compartment and includes a removable rain cover. The pack is also hydration system compatible within the front flap.

Made out of Cordura 700 den (the Multicam version is made out of Cordura 500 den) it holds 1,526cuin/25l, measures 22x11x5in/57x27x13cm amd weighs 95oz/2.7 kilogrammes.

Tasmanian Tiger, a tactical nylon line of products distributed exclusively for the US market by Proforce Equipment, Inc., makes customisation of modular backpacks, pouches, vests and other gear with hook-and-loop panels a cinch with their new Loop Organizer Set. Tasmanian Tiger has its official US launch at this year's SHOT Show.

At SHOT Show, Tasmanian Tiger introduces its new TT Modular Radio Pack, allowing communication operators to customise their carry pack. (Photo: Tasmanian Tiger)

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