Trident Tactical/Technical, aka T3, is a Navy SEAL owned and operated company that is located just about as close as you can get to the front lines of Special Warfare. Their headquarters is on Trident Way, on the Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. This makes them neighbors with the West Coast SEAL teams and the famous BUD/S training that breaks men and makes SEALs. A lot of the influence and inspiration they get is from the SEALs currently serving. That’s apparent in just how modern the T3 Bolt Bag is.
The T3 Bolt Bag – Escaping Danger
The idea behind the bolt bag is simple. If things go bad and you need to get out right quick you have all the essentials packed and ready to move. If you have 30 seconds to escape you grab this bag and your rifle and get moving. This is the one piece of gear you don’t leave behind. It’s may not hold 3 Days worth of survival supplies, but it will get you through the night.
The T3 Bolt Bag is designed to be modular and meet the demands of both civilians and special operators. In the next few weeks, I plan to give it the old rigmarole and see what it really offers you and I. From having the bag for a bit I can tell you it has potential. Here are the official specs.
- Dimensions – 10” x 13” x 6”
- Weight – 1 lb 10.97 ounces
- 3 Internal Compartments
- 3 AR 15 style Mag Pouches
- Sling Bag Design
- Available in 6 different colors
The bag is outfitted with a variety of organizational tools, and everything is designed to be easily accessible. The bag can be outfitted with necessary mission gear, survival gear, and of course as a mixture with your normal EDC. Stay tuned and look for our full review of the T3 Bolt Bag coming soon. In the meantime check out our reviews of T3 gear.
This article is courtesy of The Loadout Room.
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