ITW Military Products Tac Link
ITW Military Products Tac Link
ITW Military Products Tac Link
ITW Military Products Tac Link

ITW Military Products Tac Link

SKU #: ITW-110-4200
MSRP: $5.00
The Tac Link is a high strength polymer attachment device with GhillieTEX™ I.R. Signature Reduction Technology. This product has considerable weight and cost savings over metal climbing carabineers. All of the external components are high strength molded polymer, which eliminates metal noise and paint scratches.

The Tac Link is your answer for a low cost, high strength, weight saving attachment point for any of your accessories.


  • GhillieTEX™ I.R. Signature Reduction Technology
  • Corrosian resistant stainless steel gate spring
  • High strength polymer design
  • Weight savings compared to metal carabineer
  • Resistance to solar heating
  • Textured grip for use with wet/gloved hands
  • Large latch opening eliminates snags
  • Eliminates metal-on-metal noise and paint scratches
  • Use for securing tactical accessories
  • Reviews
    9 Reviews
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    78% Recommend this product (7 of 9 responses)
    By Joker
    August 11, 2016
    Good Gear
    Work at car dealer, need it everyday!
    ProsQuiet, light, good size.
    ConsBrown is ...
    By Michael Schroeder
    January 4, 2016
    Tac link
    Many uses.
    ProsThis item is light and has many uses. Stronger than it looks. Ounces equal pounds, pounds equal pain.
    By Big Red
    Longview, Texas
    July 9, 2015
    Nice Product
    Worked well on my pack to hold small items.
    By Parker Hightower
    June 3, 2015
    It is what it is...
    It's a polymer carabiner. Lighter than metal and great for attaching stuff to other stuff. Just don't bet your life on it.
    Consfeels a bit "cheap"
    By Anthony Meadows
    May 22, 2015
    So far good
    So far really good have not broken keeps my keys on me with no problem
    By Peter
    United States
    March 24, 2015
    cheap but light
    These are light and "tacti-cool" but the locking mechanism, joint, and spring feel cheap and will not hold up over time
    Proslooks cool, is light
    Conscheap locking mechanism, joint, and spring
    By Daniel
    February 26, 2015
    Great clips
    Great clips. I use them for a lot of everyday things. I have several of them and I find myself always needing more. They hold a lot of wight. However, they are plastic so be careful on how you use them.
    ProsGreat price, well made, and rugged.
    By Jason
    August 16, 2014
    Does thejob
    Works great for hanging my shiz of my gearz.
    By Theodin
    August 20, 2013
    Review for ITW Military Products Tac Link
    Great for aquatic work...
    4 Questions & 4 Answers
    from elmira ny asked:
    September 19, 2017
    on this tac d ring what weight payload sign billy
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately the manufacturer has not provided a payload limit.
    Customer Service
    on November 7, 2017

    Terry Slimko
    from La Salle Illinois asked:
    August 12, 2016
    Are they GI issue made in USA
    1 Answers
    I must begin by saying I'm not in the military so I can't speak to it being GI Issue. However, according to ITW's website they are Made in USA, 100% Berry Amendment Compliant and feature GhillieTEX I.R. Signature Reduction. Its advantage is that is lighter and quieter than a metal carabiner for attaching gear to your vest or pack.
    Paul R
    on August 15, 2016
    from Ohio

    K C
    from USA asked:
    October 1, 2014
    What is the weight rating for this item?
    1 Answers
    these are non load bearing carabiners and are designed to hold keys or a small radio or what ever you may want to clip to your pack. in other words they can take a few pounds but not the weight of a body.
    Customer Service
    on October 1, 2014

    July 14, 2013
    What are the dimensions? Wondering if I could re-purpose my climbing 'biners and fit these to my kit instead?
    1 Answers
    At the longest, this Tac Link is 3.5" and at the widest it is 2.5". Please note however, these Tac Links are not for climbing.
    on July 14, 2013

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