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Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases

Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases

Description

This case is designed for military personnel wishing to carry their Kestrel on a MOLLE/PALS mounting system.

Features

  • Padded 1000 Denier DuPont Cordura Plus fabric body
  • Secure fold/lock design with no hardware to break or rust
  • Mounting system adapts for use on a belt up to 2 1/2" wide
List Price
$39.00
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$32.93
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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This case is designed for military personnel wishing to carry their Kestrel on a MOLLE/PALS mounting system. Manufactured exclusively for NK by Special Operations Technology in the USA of USA components, it features a padded 1000 Denier DuPont Cordura Plus fabric body, a reinforced top flap, a 1" fastex buckle closure, and an inner pouch for spare AAA batteries.

The mounting system is SOTech's unique MOLLE/PALS compatible secure fold/lock design with no hardware to break or rust. This mounting system also adapts for use on a belt up to 2 1/2" wide. Sized for the Kestrel 4000 line, it will also hold a Kestrel 1000 to 3500 series in its carry case. Available in Black, Coyote Brown (dark khaki) and Ranger Green (muted drab olive).
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806BLK Tactical case, black (MOLLE-compatible)
$32.93
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Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806CAM Tactical case, camouflage (MOLLE-compatible)
$32.93
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Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806OLV Tactical case, olive green (MOLLE-compatible)
$32.93
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Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Cases 0806TAN Tactical case, brown (MOLLE-compatible)
$32.93
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Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806GRN Tactical case, ranger green (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
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Kestrel Tactical MOLLE-Compatible Case 0806BRN Tactical case, brown (MOLLE-compatible)
$39.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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