Problem: The conventional mounting of the issue sling on an M 16 does not allow the soldier to carry the weapon in a ready-fire mode (sling positioned over the shoulder with the weapon hanging right side up under the arm in a ready to fire position). Another issue is not having quick and easy access to ammunition. Conventional carrying methods can put the user at risk of being compromised.
Solution: The Ready-Fire MODE - buttstock magazine pouch with top mount for sling. Top mounting of the sling allows the wearer to suspend their weapon under the arm in the Ready-Fire Mode! Additionally, the stock mounted magazine pouch puts the ammo. where you need it for instant, hassle-free access - on the weapon".
Features and Benefits of the Ready-Fire MODE:
Rear mounting point for weapon sling positioned top-side.
Forward opening with pull-tab on cover flap for positive-quick opening.
Holds 20- or 30-round magazines.
Securely mounts to weapon via mil-spec. webbing and buckle and hook and loop system.
Pouch and harness constructed from 1000 denier Dupont Cordura fabric and mil-spec. nylon webbing.
Durable with reinforced critical stress points (perimeter opening of pouch harness attachment points, double layered fabric on pouch and flap closure).
Mil spec. grommet drain holes.
Increases safety by positioning weapon in the "Ready-Fire MODE".
Reduces arm fatigue.
Positions ammunition for instant access.
Top mount allows use of standard issue sling.
Versatile; mounts to most assault style rifles.
Dimensions: 3" x 7.5" x 1"
Models Available For: M16, AR-15, Mini-14, M-4, and AR-10, FAL, SR 25