Tactical Universal Clip (T.U.C.) System - M4 / AR-15 Platform
Plate made from high strength machined nylon polymer
Back anodized aluminum alloy buffer tube adapter and pin
Compatible with all MOLLE platorms
Eliminates the need for a sling
Made in the USA
Developed by US law enforcement personnel and manufactured right here in the United States, the T.U.C. system is an alternative to your ordinary sling and arguably by many to be better than a sling. Tactical Universal Clip TUC System is a holster for a long-gun or shotgun. The device comprises a clip that is attached to the butt stock of the rifle or shotgun, and a chest plate that attaches to a military style MOLLE vest, police tactical vest, police officers duty vest, or a chest harness by means of Velcro straps. This enables the user to carry the rifle or shotgun without the use of a sling or strap. For years, a sling or strap has been accepted as the standard way to carry a rifle or shotgun. The TUC System is an innovative design that will revolutionize the carrying of long guns. Its simple, easy to use, practical and makes sense.
Compatibility: For Standard M4 / AR15 Buffer Tubes
Material: CNC Machined Nylon Polymer, Anodized Aluminum
Manufacturer: Tactical Universal Clip
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