WTFlex First Strike Tiberius T8.1, FSC, MILSIG PMC, SMG, Tippmann TiPX, TCR, Tru Feed

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$28.00 - $35.00
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Product Overview

Compatible with First Strike Tiberius T8.1, FSC, MILSIG PMC, SMG, Tippmann TiPX, TCR, Tru Feed, and similar magazine.  This pouch has gaps between cells to minimize magazines banging against eachother.  There is plenty of clearance of T8.1 magazine baseplates.

Whiskey Two Four's WTFlex Pistol mag pouch is constructed from WTF's exclusive laser cut ACRONYM (Advanced Composite Rugged Optimized NYlon material) laminated fabric. Milspec elastic holds reloads securely while offering an unencumbered draw.

Our pouches are designed and manufactured with no seams, tabs, etc in the mag cell.  No snags or rough spots means a smooth draw. 

made in the USA from US made materials.  double = 3 PALS columns, triple = 4 PALS columns.  pouch includes WTFix Straps, Long for mounting to your PALS compatible platform.  shown with optional belt loops.  click here to buy belt loops.

double weighs 2.0 oz / 57g triple weighs 2.6oz / 75g with Straps.  choose double or triple magazine capacity.

available in Multicam, black, coyote brown, and ranger green.

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  • 5

    Posted by Omar Vazquez on 21st May 2021

    These holsters are great and the retention is perfect.

  • 4

    Posted by Donovan on 16th Nov 2020

    Mags are a little to tight in this. Other than that, absolutely brilliant. Just need a distributor in Australia

  • 5
    Fantastic pouches

    Posted by Jon Curotto on 6th Jul 2020

    I bought two of these to cater for my T8.1 magazines, and while initially tight, they hold the mags brilliantly and keep them in place even in a full-on sprint or dive. The material is lightweight, but quality and the pouches themselves are low-profile enough to fit even on the most minimalistic of rigs. One negative I did find however, is that the straps supplied don't lock together very securely - this probably wouldn't be a problem with lighter magazines like the Tippmann ones, but with the added weight of the metal Tiberius mags I found my pouches left dangling freely on more than one occasion when dashing on the field (this is nothing that can't be fixed by grabbing yourself some MALICE clips or MOLLE straps, but still worth a mention). All in all, these are a fantastic addition to any budding pistolier's loadout, and still worthy of the full 5-stars!