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Diomedes 02-13-2013 10:50 PM

Whiskey Two-Four Stock Class Panel Review
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Whiskey Two-Fours universal, modular, stackable stock class MOLLE panels. Find them here for more information.

These are pretty simple. They are stock class panels that hold ten-round tubes and 12 grams and attach to MOLLE systems. They can hold three, six, or nine tubes, and are available in a LOT (15+) of different colors and camo patterns.

They can be used right-side-up or up-side-down (capped or capless when inverted, either works), and stacked using the PALS webbing on the front. For a few dollars extra, the webbing can match the pattern of the panel, when the panel is in a camo pattern, rather than a solid color.

The quality is what you'd expect from WTF, which is to say that it's great. Solid materials and lots of attention to detail in the construction.

The prices are $23.50, $29.50, and $35.50 for the three, six, and nine-tube panels, respectively, which is somewhat pricey for stock class panels, but you really get what you pay for in quality, ease of use, and product support.

Big picture: two thumbs up for WTF's universal, stackable, MOLLE stock class panels.

Stilgar 02-14-2013 08:28 AM

Looks good! Love WTFs stuff.

How easy to pull and access are the tubes when you stack the pouches? I found the older pouches were a bit of a challenge

Diomedes 02-14-2013 09:03 AM

Yeah, it's a little tough to get the 'inner' tubes out when they're stacked, which is why I prefer not to stack the panels. Still a nice option for people who do like it, though.

808Jackal 02-15-2013 03:27 AM

If you stagger stack them its okay. I have a 6 pod stacked on a 9 pod for my stock class harness. So far no pull problems

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