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NousDefionsDoc
01-22-2006, 19:03
Any of you guys tried this?

LINK (http://www.diamondbacktactical.com/Cutaway-Platform-for-Small-Medic-Pouch-P1372C110.aspx)

mephyt
05-30-2008, 11:47
Link dead... Try this one (http://www.diamondbacktactical.com/Small-Medic-Pouch-Cutaway-Platform-Combo-P775C252.aspx) instead...

The Reaper
05-30-2008, 11:54
Link dead... Try this one (http://www.diamondbacktactical.com/Small-Medic-Pouch-Cutaway-Platform-Combo-P775C252.aspx) instead...

#1, that is not a surprise since you resurrected a two year-old thread.

#2, I highly recommend that you reread your registration message we sent you and comply before posting again.

TR

crash
09-01-2008, 23:02
:o
So no ones used these? I'm interested to hear a review on them.

I recently got some DBT gear getting ready for when I go to the sand box. Very please with the design and quality of their gear.

NousDefionsDoc
09-02-2008, 09:13
Crash,
Yeah I have both the DBT and ATS ones. Go with ATS.

bubba
09-02-2008, 12:27
A Medic on my team came up tith the original idea behind the DBT one, and had them do up the prototype. As such we have them, and they are really a good idea (just my .02). If the set up of the Med Pouch is an issue, there is I believe a molle platform version so you can add what ever pouch desired.

crash
09-02-2008, 22:51
A Medic on my team came up tith the original idea behind the DBT one, and had them do up the prototype. As such we have them, and they are really a good idea (just my .02). If the set up of the Med Pouch is an issue, there is I believe a molle platform version so you can add what ever pouch desired.

How is DBT with new ideas? I just got their SOF pack and had a few Ideas about making an aid bag out of it.

So why ATS? and not DBT, just preference, quality, design?

jatx
09-03-2008, 19:03
I bought one. It was well made.

But here's what I don't get. The platform is an expensive piece of cordura with PALS on both sides. On one side, you use MALICE clips to mount it to your rig. On the other side, you use the bendy wire stuff to mount the med pouch to the platform. I'm sorry, but that is dumber than a box of hammers. Just use the wire to mount the pouch directly to your rig in the same manner that you would to the platform and you will really cut down on the bulkiness.

In addition to doing this, I hated the "pillow" on the quick release, so I cut it off and made the ends of the QR wire secure with 100 mph tape. Then I took a piece of strap from the riggers and made a nice, small loop that I could pull to release the thing. Much better again.

Version 3.0 has been to DX the DBT pouch and use the bendy wire to mount the far superior Emdom med pouch directly to my CIRAS.

But I am just an intel guy who likes his gear to work. Some of you guys that tend to play rougher should try this for yourself and see if you like it. :D