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Old 02-05-2013, 18:32   #47
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Originally Posted by Morris View Post
No, I saw your point. I just added a flavor of humor.

That being said, the Phokus may not be suitable for SBA where deformation is a possibility. However, I recognize that this type of kit may help those who have limited kit space on their belt or don't have the pockets available for some gloves, combat gauze and a CAT or SWAT-T yes still want something reasonably handy. Ideally, it may be best under plates where the issue of deformation is reasonably moot.

Which reminds me, I need to call Jake and order the small kit for T&E with my SBA. I can certainly post my thoughts.
This is one of the downsides of the manufacturer eliminating the less expensive kit in that it had no items that would likely be affected by deformation. I don't think I would personally be too excited about the idea of a pair of trauma shears stacked between me and the stopped round.


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