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Tactical Tailor 100 Series Universal Hardcase (holds PVS14)
100 Series Universal Hardcase (holds PVS14)

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List Price: $39.75
Our Price: $37.15

Product Code: 1TT.194


**Be advised, this is an injection-molded product and may have molding marks that appear as imperfections but do not compromise the performance of this product.

Tactical Tailor 100 Series Universal Hardcase (holds PVS14)

The Tactical Tailor 100 series hardcase is designed to hold the PVS-14 with the flip up helmet mount, but it will also protect a variety of other sensitive equipment such as digital cameras, camcorders, sunglasses and much more. Also features an integrated AA battery compartment built into the lid. Made of high impact injection molded plastic, this case will attach to any MOLLE/PALS style equipment with two included short MALICE CLIPSŪ. Available in Black, Foliage Green (ACU) and Tan.

Inner Dimensions: 4 5/8" wide X 3 1/2" deep X 5 1/4" tall
Outer Dimensions: 5" wide x 4 1/4" deep x 5 1/2" tall

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4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a Review

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great Case and Service May 23, 2013
Reviewer: Robert from Pinson, TN United States  
This is a great case for your PVS-14. Great size, solid construction, solid closure, and no internal rattling. I ordered it one morning, it shipped out the same day, and I received it USPS two days later. Now, that's service!
The interior has nylon-covered foam padding on the two long sides, bottom, and an attached flap for lid padding. My only minor negative would be it was not padded on the two short sides. But I just cut some spare thin soft foam for the two sides. A great case. Kudos to SKD.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Tac Tailor 100 - Perfect for NODs April 28, 2013
Reviewer: Chris L. from Ft. Cambell  
I've been after a hard case for my NODs (both PVS-14 and ANVIS-9) for some time. Blade Tech used to make an excellent ANVIS hard case in addition to their PVS case, but discontinued it.

The Tactical Tailor case is designed for PVS-14s with the rhino arm attached. Coincidentally, the case also holds the bare-bones ANVIS goggles with no wiggle room (though you must remove the padded insert). Quality is excellent and there is no fear of the case popping open and spilling your NODs out (hands across the DZ, anyone?). For what it's designed to do (hold stuff in a rigid case), it's excellent.

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Heavy duty protection for your NVD. November 14, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Henrico, VA United States  
What do you do with your PVS14 when you aren't using it but still want to keep it handy? After experimenting with a couple of different pouches, I ordered one of these from SKD and instantly knew I had found what I was looking for. Heavy duty plastic all around, roomy enough to accommodate a PVS14 w/ J-arm attached and a Notoros helmet mount. The inside is padded to absorb the bumpy ride a stored unit might receive. The lid is secured via a snap and contains a compartment to facilitate the storage of spare batteries. The Malice clips riveted to the unit's rear guarantee it won't accidentally fall off your rig. My only issue is that the interior isn't padded all the way around but is easily fixed with a couple of spare pieces of foam padding cut to size. Other than that, I'm quite pleased with it.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Hardcase November 13, 2011
Reviewer: Dmitriy Grigoriev from Moscow, Moscow Russia  
Very light and big case, good thing.

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Solid bit if kit February 21, 2011
Reviewer: Andrew Osborne from Horsham, W.Sx United Kingdom  
Bulky and lid has sharp edges that could do with sanding smooth, I rigged a bungie to back up the lid security (never had it pop open though).
 Tough and worth it for the piece of mind when carrying an expensive bit of kit/camera in any situation where it needs to be stowed but is likely to be knocked around.

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