SIG MMG 338 Program Series

SOTech – Delta Omega Medical/Ordnance Pouch

SOTech’s new Medical/Ordnance Pouch or MOP earned the name Delta Omega because it uses a Delta triangular bottom cut to force the front magazine upward and Omega is defined as all-encompassing and all covering.

The MOP pouch is fully flapped with elastic draw cord that can cinch pouch girth to accommodate 2x NGSW-R magazine, 1x NGSW-R magazine as well as single and double and triple M4 magazines include P-MAGs and wide selection of US military ordnance. Quick reconfiguration loosening elastic cord and pulling tabs from side slots and attaching them together above the magazines converts the retention into an elastic pull tab speed draw.

Not only will it accept magazines for the new 6.8mm XM7 Next Generation Carbine, it offers a great deal of versatility. Additionally, MOP accepts (sold separately) SOTECH’s compression IFAK sleeve as well as small OrgBoard medical organizers.

Offered in MultiCam, Coyote, Ranger Green, and Black.

5 Responses to “SOTech – Delta Omega Medical/Ordnance Pouch”

  1. Collin says:

    Looks remarkably similar to Spiritus Systems’ Spud Pouch…

    • BrownSmock says:

      This came out a long time ago. I was looking to get a replacement strap for my mission go bag and saw it at minimum over a year ago

    • Yawnz says:

      Which looks remarkable similar to TT’s Universal Mag Pouch:

    • Andrew says:

      The Spud pouch has its design based on a general purpose pouch but tweaked for more universal applications as well as holding mags. Not same as the MOP whose basis is that of a mag pouch. The TT pouch is a double stack mag pouch tweaked to be able to accommodate 5.56 and 7.62 mags and, even though it can hold many other things, it is not envisioned for any other application or marketed as such. Also not same as MOP. Neither has a sloped bottom for staggering multiple mags. So all can be viewed as similar but are not same. All are slightly different approaches for similar potential applications.

  2. Jim C SOTECH says:

    Collin and Yawnz, Good points, but I fail to see that either of the pouches you cited do anything to stagger the magazines to allow for a more positive purchase on the higher mag – this solves a problem with plastic mags that stick together. And while the Spiritus pouch does allow for the elastic top loop retention, I believe that our system is significantly different as it is quickly reconfigurable, but I haven’t held their pouch and it is probably a great design in its own right. I have tremendous respect for the teams at Tactical Tailor and Spiritus. They both do great designs and build great gear, but we all take the integrity in the ownership of our designs seriously.