Tactical Tailor

Warrior East – BFG SAW Drum Pouch

Blue Force Gear is constantly developing new products. This is a pouch for the 200 rd SAW Drum. It’s a simple, straight forward design but their material selections always takes their gear to the next level in both appearance and performance.

As you can see, the ULTRAcomp material extends over the top of the lid to makes SR buckle loop.

The rear incorporates BFG’s Helium Whisper attachment system.


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9 Responses to “Warrior East – BFG SAW Drum Pouch”

  1. Alex says:

    Seems a bit overkill for a pouch that should be cheap and straight forward. I mean who needs a Ultracomp Helium Whisper LMG / GP pouch. These are readily available surplus in almost everyones kit. Kudos to BFG but a bit underwhelming.

    • SSD says:

      Another winner. Sorry, but the world doesn’t revolve around you. Just because you don’t want and or need it, doesn’t apply to everyone else.

    • Alex (Not the same one as above ^^) says:

      I also don’t see how this is overkill as it is straightforward and has less components to stitch together when compared to a standard PALS compatible pouch.

    • straps says:

      This product distinguishes itself by significant savings in weight and bulk.

      As you point out, Spec Ops and Tactical Tailor already offer product in this market space. I don’t consider the USGI stuff as an option because it’s heavy and under-engineered. I use the Spec Ops product but man, it’s heavy and bulky.

      This is the solution to that dilemma. The lighter weight and lower bulk comes at a price (literally) but I’m glad to have the choice.

  2. Nick says:

    The fact that it is only being released now I think shows that BFG has been putting that much work into making it right, once the first time (like they did with the double m4).

  3. Luke says:

    200rd SAW is about the smallest pouch I’ll mount to a pack, this looks like an awesome candidate for adding some organization/volume to a pack. I’m guessing the stiffer ultracomp body will be a pleasure to use.

  4. james says:

    they might as well throw a strobe on instead of that super shiny high polished plastic hardware… NOT IR by any means… otherwise pretty cool kit! nice work guys

  5. STEPAN1983 says:

    It would be cheaper and more lightweight to make separate “webbing” for buckle, not as a piece of back wall. Less surface and more rectangular = less fabric waste.