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A new development was introduced into special units around the world as well as some units in the Israeli Defense Forces. The Grenade Trigger Pouch is a unique preventative tool for secure carrying and extraction of grenades in the field of duty. In addition to the safety element, the pouch allows for quick action – especially crucial in the world of fighting terrorism where every second is critical.
The Trigger Pouch developed by A.C.S. Industries LTD. employs five separate security measures which enable both the safe handling as well as fast and efficient operation of a grenade.
The innovative product has aroused much interest in the world – specifically among elite combat and security units around the world, such as USA, France, Latvia, Poland. Trials have been conducted by units in the USA, France, Germany, Japan, to name a few. Israeli SWAT (Yamam) has already purchased the Trigger Pouch for all of its fighters.
ACS has expanded its product line by making the Trigger Pouch fit different makes and models of grenades. Currently, the following models are available:
– M-67 Grenade;
– Flash Bang Grenade by Rheinmetall;
– Flash Bang Grenade by CTS/CTI (model 7290 Mini Grenade);
– MK 13 Mod 0 BTV-EL – Flash Bang Grenade by Rheinmetall;
– Fragmentation Grenade 26 by IMI Systems;
– Flash Bang Grenade by Safariland (model Low Roll II Grenade)
Nir Gilboa, the CEO of Team 3 Group said: “We hear of countless incidences around the world where grenades have exploded, killing and wounding fighters. The Trigger Pouch is designed to address this exact problem. This product can simultaneously save lives while also allowing fighters to act quickly”.
Nir Shaul, the co-CEO of A.C.S adds: ” We are affecting a considerable change in the handling of grenades for fighters around the world. With the Trigger Pouch, fighters will no longer feel vulnerable going into battle with a dangerous explosive on their person. This is the only product in the world that provides a comprehensive safety solution to the handling of hand grenades.”