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  • He pulled his faceplate down and sealed it, fastening the tether-line of the ball to a snaplink on his waistband.

    Werehunter

  • Twelve feet of rope and a snaplink, issued to everyone.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • Then with the trigger finger depress the gate open and let the pull-carry loop slide off over the the hooked end of the snaplink/carabiner.

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  • From what I've seen Mag-Pulls are too thick to snap into a carabine/snaplink that can hold mags at my torso securely without the dump pouch bulge on my leg or even on my hip.

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  • As the pull-carry loop slides off your finger, remove your finger to close the gate and the snaplink/carabiner is now holding your empty M16/M4 magazine to your load bearing equipment for later reloading/re-use.

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  • Once you have painted all your M16/M4 magazines desert TAN and attached gutted 550 cord pull-carry loops you are ready for rapid recovery when emptied from your weapon: www. combatreform.com The best way to get the pull-carry loop into the snaplink/carabiner is by grasping it with your weak hand's trigger finger and using the other fingers to grasp the body of the snaplink/carabiner.

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  • I think a Mag-Pull or two can slip into a snaplink/carabiner but the Mag-Pull itself takes too much space so 8 x Mag-Pull mags would be impossible to snap on.

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