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Blue Force Gear – MARCO Dunnage Comparison

The MARCO from Blue Force Gear is a mini chemlights dispenser which holds up to 30. It is intended to replace the taped 4″ chemlights used to mark breaches and cleared rooms. The 4″ chemlight offers the same light as the taped 4″.

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Taping those lights up not only takes a lot of time, it also leaves a whole lot of waste packaging as you can see. Finally, 30 4″ sticks, taped up with 550 and 100 mph tape is 314 grams vs just 124 grams for the MARCO. It’s even worse of you use 6″ light sticks.

Coming Summer…

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4 Responses to “Blue Force Gear – MARCO Dunnage Comparison”

  1. mountianman92 says:

    Damn i thought this was coming out months ago

  2. JKifer says:

    this is going to be so freaking cool.

  3. Larry says:

    Well, this is a neat idea but not at all what I thought it would be from the description in above. This is basically a magazine with 34 small chemlights in it. You remove the chemlights one at a time just like you would manually strip a round out of a Magpul magazine. It protects the chemlights from breaking and illuminating which is a good thing. The magazine rides in a holster from Raven Concealment. You can see a demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhKd8gjtVyk

    • SSD says:

      That’s because we’ve discussed it before and get tired of describing products over and over.

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