Rite In The Rain Tactical Field Book Kits

Rite In The Rain Tactical Field Book Kits


Tactical field book kit stands up in combat with durable, tough materials and all-weather paper and pen.


  • Tactical field book includes field-flex cover, heavy paper and tactical reference material
  • Tactical pen writes on wet paper and upside down
  • CORDURA fabric cover is durable with a rugged zipper closer
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Rite in the Rain's tactical field book kit can withstand the challenge of combat with rugged materials and all-weather paper and pen.

The No. 980 tactical field book will withstand the rigors of battle while fitting comfortably into a cargo pants pocket. Pages are printed on non-glare 32-pound green or tan Rite in the Rain all-weather paper. Each sheet is perforated for easy removal. Use the Universal pattern for notes and scaled drawings. The book also contains 16 pages of tactical reference material, including: Sector sketch preparation, unit symbol charts, mission graphics, call for fire procedure and much more. 160 pages (80 sheets), 4 5/8" x 7 1/4".

The No. 97 all-weather tactical black clicker pen writes on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -30F to 250F.

No. C980 CORDURA fabric Cover will fit all of Rite in the Rain's 4 5/8" x 7" notebooks, 4 5/8" x 7 1/4" Field-Flex books, or pocket-sized bound books (will not fit the standard bound books). It has a rugged zipper closure and holds up to 4 writing utensils.

Notable Specifications:
  • Size - 4 5/8" x 7 1/4"
  • Page Pattern - Universal green
  • Binding - Perfect
  • Inside Cover - Field Flex
  • Outside Cover - Cordura fabric cover
  • Number of Pages - 160
  • Weight - 0.75lbs
What's Included:
  • (1) Tactical field book
  • (1) Tactical pen
  • (1) Fabric cover
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Rite In The Rain Tactical Field Book Kits 980-KIT 980 tactical field book, green, 97 pen, C980 fabric cover, tan
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Rite In The Rain Tactical Field Book Kits 980T-KIT 980 tactical field book, tan, 97 pen, C980 fabric cover, tan
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