Gunnar Low-Profile Operator Belt
The Sentry Gunnar is constructed from 1.75-inch nylon webbing. It features the trademark quick-release Cobra Buckle. The inner side holds the loop portion of the hook-and-loop system to allow you to quickly fasten it to the optional Inner Belt (which features the hook portion). The Gunnar’s outer side incorporates a MOLLE-style platform that’s fashioned from high-strength laminate and fully sewn into the belt so it’s sure to safely secure your preferred pouch configuration.
$120 (+$5 XL, +$15 2X)
Sentry manufactures a complete line of handgun and rifle magazine pouches to accommodate mags in two and threes and a variety of stacking configurations. There are single, double, and double stacked pistol pouches, an extended pistol pouch, double, single, and triple rifle pouches, and pouches for SR25/.308 mags. Constructed of multi-layer nylon with laser-cut edges to prevent fraying, they’re built to last. Their design eliminates seam tape for a slimmer profile and the 1080-2 mounting system on the front provides secure attachment points for stacking, nesting, or affixing other gear.
Sentry has designed three different pouches to hold the most important part of your medical field gear—your tourniquet. The standard zippered pouch holds the tourniquet and a few other necessity items. The Pop-Up pouch features what Sentry calls its “captured development” system, a hook-and-loop band with an internal Velcro strip to keep the tourniquet presented on the Pop-Up tab to allow you to deploy it without flinging it into the fray. The Slim-Line Pouch (pictured) is the sleekest, holding just the tourniquet and presenting the lowest profile on your belt.
To complete your belt kit, Sentry makes a range of accessory pouches tailored to contain specific gear for specific missions or purposes. The latest, the Dump Pouch, features the company’s silent magnetic closure and folds flat when not in use. There’s also a pouch for electronics like comm gear or cords and cables, a radio pouch, a pouch for shot shells, one for a tactical baton, and (pictured) one that holds a single set of handcuffs—open top for easy access in a harrowing situation.