Introducing a range of new products including MicroRig sets, slim Magazine Pouches, and a compact Dump Pouch – Streamlined design for overall convenience


Lindnerhof-Taktik has introduced a range of new MicroRig sets, slim Magazine Pouches, and a compact Dump Pouch with the aim of offering the most compact andlightweight product innovations.

These products offer a design that is deliberately focused on compact dimensions and extra lightweight. For this reason, the renowned MX material with standard laser-cut MOLLE slots is partially used, along with slim webbing and lightweight plastic parts.

What’s new is that the existing and popular Modular MX231 and Multicaliber MX234 front panels are now available directly as complete sets. This means that the Modular Micro Rig MX887 and the Multicaliber Micro Rig MX886 can be used directly as a ready-to-use carrying system for training, without ballistic protection, and forrapid deployment/repositioning. The function as a front panel is retained and can also be utilised at any time.

Designed to hold two double stack pistol magazines (MX023-2) or one AR15/G95 or similar sized 5.56mm rifle magazine (MX003), the new low profile magazine pouches feature a compact and ultra-lightweight construction. The front, which is made entirely ofelasticated material, ensures a secure hold and thus guarantees the safe storage and transport of magazines.

Last but not least, the revised second generation of the ultra-lightweight PA056-S/II Dump Pouch. When folded, it takes up surprisingly little space, but a quick tug on the strap unfolds the Dump Pouch from its stretch cover. This creates a generous 5.5 litre capacity, perfect forstoring empty magazines, medical waste, and more.

The available models are as follows:

• Modular Micro Rig MX887

• Multi Caliber Micro Rig MX886

• Pistol Magazine Pouch Double MX023-2

• Rifle Magazine Pouch Low Profile Single MX003

• Dump Pouch Small PA056-S/II

Explore the latest products from Lindnerhof-Taktik today and enjoy the enhanced features and modern design.

By Michael Kurcina

Mike credits his early military training as the one thing that kept him disciplined through the many years. He currently provides his expertise as an adviser for an agency within the DoD. Michael Kurcina subscribes to the Spotter Up way of life. “I will either find a way or I will make one”.

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