Warfytr Equipment’s Universal Cinch Hooks(TM)

I get it, taking the time to properly weave one’s belt through their holster’s hoops is just one part of being a responsible gun owner. Solid retention keeps the firearms owner safe from inadvertent drops, exposing concealed carry, etc. But, It also means that once my belt is on, the gun stays on – all day until the pants come off. While each’s carry habits are personal, there are times that I want to easily doff the firearm without having to remove the belt.

In the same vein as their highly utilitarian Fabriclip, Warfytr equipment again steps in with a solution. Dubbed the “Cinch Hook”, the modular and adjustable clips are set up for said easy donning and doffing of holsters, pouches, and other EDC wear. Technically, the system is basically a ratchet mechanism coupled with a single screw adapter for your piece of equipment.

To tighten down on a belt, MOLLE webbing, or other gear is completed by simply pushing down the Cinch Hook until tightened against the object with the hook caught underneath. To remove, pull the tab with the ratchet stops down and push the tab through the mounting adapter. Voila!

Those curious to try the patent-pending Cinch Hooks (TM) can see them in action in the video below and can purchase through Warfytr’s website here. A set comes to only $13 with significant quantity discounts for purchases of 25 sets or more.

 



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • maynardb

    Does anybody else read the company’s name as “Wayfarter” at first glance?

    • Phillip Cooper

      I do now…

  • Phrederick

    I’ve got to say it: Warfytr is a stupid name. They really need to rebrand.

    • Marc

      Maybe their target demographic likes the name.

  • Bill

    I dislike anything that isn’t a loop, having seen paddle holsters become dislodged during fights and clips break, but there needs to be a law about where pants makers put belt loops. They are invariably in the wrong place for me to get my rig where I want it. It’s some form of conspiracy.

    • Bill Robbins

      It’s the Russians. They inserted malicious belt-loop code into everyone’s jeans.

  • Auslander Raus

    ‘donning and doffing’ did it for me.

  • 48conkli

    the name warfytr gave me cancer

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    • Jack_A_Lope

      That’s World of WarcraftFytr!