Zulu Nylon Gear Responds to Recent Anti-2A Legislation with New Products

Zulu Nylon Gear Introduces The MOLLE Quiver


As stricter gun control laws take effect in state after state, Americans are adapting with new methods to protect their homes and families. In light of recent changes in firearms laws and with more surely to come, Zulu Nylon Gear has begun to shift their product line to support more commonly available, legal weapon systems. Namely, the traditional bow and arrow.


The first product in Zulu Nylon Gear’s new line is the MOLLE Quiver. This is a fully modular arrow quiver system which can be quickly converted to either back or hip style carry modes to facilitate both range and field carry. The user simply clicks into either a shoulder harness, a belt hanger, or direct attach to armor by way of a quick disconnect system using ITW QASM Buckles. These buckles can be adjusted to any location on the Quiver body for the perfect fit thanks to a MOLLE grid running the full length of the tube. The MOLLE grid can also be used to attach other MOLLE/PALS compatible pouches and accessories, such as the ITS Skeletonized Bottle Holder and Tallboy ETA Trauma Kit pouches also made by Zulu Nylon Gear.


Expect to see continuing innovation in tactical load bearing equipment from Zulu Nylon Gear as they adapt to the ever changing tools of the warrior. Other upcoming products in development include discreet carry bags for takedown bows, concealable boxcutter sheaths, and slingshots.

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29 Responses to “Zulu Nylon Gear Responds to Recent Anti-2A Legislation with New Products”

  1. Jason says:

    Check out the link! They completely redid their ordering system!

  2. Lawrence says:

    I already carry a concealed box-cutter in my Pakol.

  3. jjj0309 says:

    Dear Santa..

  4. badjujuu says:

    I did enjoy corraborating with Zulu on some custome stuff back in ’08. I am glad to see that they are still around.
    Also – with the Quiver, all we need is some explosive tip arrows!

    • Omega says:

      How about ones that hold a .38 or .357 round and fire on impact! Bow Mag arrow heads ( not an april fools )

  5. Shredder says:

    Too bad this is an April fool’s joke – in ATACS-FG I’d totally buy one of these!

    • BradKAF308 says:


      • BradKAF308 says:

        Does this go along with the tactikilt? A joke that people actually want? The molle part is a joke, but I real do want one. This one was better then the OD bdu one. It wins for this year.

    • Decent Weasel says:

      Same here. This idea makes me want to get back into archery.

  6. J says:

    Oh damnit. This would actually be pretty badass.

  7. DI says:

    I know this is a joke, but I would actually buy this.

  8. Omega says:

    Pissed because i would have ordered one today.

  9. Sgt Moped says:

    That kind of sucks! I don’t even own a bow and I’d still probably get one. you could use this for a ton of things.

  10. badjujuu says:

    I suggest emailing Joel and if you really want one I bet he’ll make you one.
    Again, I was very happy with his custom made products. He definitly takes pride in what he does.

  11. KS says:

    Wow, they are on the cutting edge with that high capacity quiver. I am SURE I can get more than ten arrows in there !!

  12. Tremis says:

    I was going to order one for my kid today. Oh well.

  13. Wesker says:

    This needs to be real. Was just thinking of a way to attach a quiver to my TT pack.

  14. Paul Narowski says:

    …the 2013 version of the TactiKilt joke.

    Well Played, Zulu, well played. But check with your buddies at 5.11… this is a joke that would sell, so who’s the joke really on?

  15. orly? says:

    Are arrows capable of penetrating soft body armor btw?

  16. Nick Sags says:

    Jokes on them… I had my CC in my hand and ready to go!

  17. Clay says:

    This might be a joke, but I would buy one. It honestly could be useful. I would use it to carry blueprints on the outside of a pack with PALS on it. It looks just the right size for a document tube anyway.

  18. Terry says:

    I’d also be very keen to get one of these – I can’t find a PALS equipped quiver anywhere for my crossbow. I’m in the process of making one out of a SORD hydration carrier and some PVC pipe, but this would be much more suitable for my needs.

  19. Brandon says:

    They had to do it. I have been searching for something like this, tactical archery.

  20. Chris says:

    I am glad to see I am not the only one here who did not think this was a joke because I wanted on. I still want one as I shoot a lot of archery. Does anyone here think that if I contacted the website I might be able to get one made for me?? thanks.

  21. Leland628 says:

    My 10 year old son is bumbed. He just started shooting a compound bow and he’s been wanting a back quiver. He’s seen all my multicam gear so when he was this he was all in. Maybe with enough replies they would do a run of these. We’re in for two.

  22. HD says:

    I was ready to order off their website too and got that link with damn rickroll video.

  23. Joel says:

    The people have spoken, we’re taking feedback from customers on what would be some of the best colors/patterns and design features to include in a ‘real’ MOLLE Quiver. Let us know your thoughts here: