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Inventor: Nelson with K9 partner Jango

Tactical Universal Clip is a patented device. The TUC is manufactured to the highest quality of workmanship and comes with a limited warranty.  

Made in USA.

Chest plate is made from Nylon 6/6


Nylon 6-6 is used when high mechanical strength, great rigidity, and good stability under heat is required.  It is used for ball bearing cages, electro-insulating elements, pipes, profiles and various machine parts. Nylon 6,6’s longer molecular chain and denser structure qualifies it as a premium nylon fiber.

Nylon 6-6 is synthesised by polycondensation of hexamethylenediamine and adipic acid. Hexamethylene diamine and adipic acid are combined with water in a reactor. This produces nylon salt. The nylon salt is then sent to an evaporator where excess water is removed. The nylon salt goes into a reaction vessel where a continuous polymerization process takes place. This chemical process makes molten nylon 6,6. The molten nylon 6,6 undergoes a spinning process, where the nylon 6,6 is extruded and sent through a spinneret, which is a small metal plate with fine holes.

Pin is made from 6061-T6 alloy


T6 temper 6061 has an ultimate tensile strength of at least 42,000 psi (300 MPa) and yield strength of at least 35,000 psi (241 MPa). More typical values are 45,000 psi (310 MPa) and 40,000 psi (275 MPa), respectively. In thicknesses of 0.250 inch (6.35 mm) or less, it has elongation of 8% or more; in thicker sections, it has elongation of 10%. T651 temper has similar mechanical properties. The typical value for thermal conductivity for 6061-T6 at 80°C is around 152 W/m K. A material data sheet defines the fatigue limit under cyclic load as 14,000 psi (100 MPa) for 500,000,000 completely reversed cycles using a standard RR Moore test machine and specimen. Note that aluminum does not exhibit a well defined “knee” on its S-n graph, so there is some debate as to how many cycles equates to “infinite life”. Also note the actual value of fatigue limit for an application can be dramatically affected by the conventional de-rating factors of loading, gradient, and surface finish.

6061-T6 is used for:

  • the secondary chambers and baffle systems in firearm sound suppressors (primarily pistol suppressors for reduced weight and functionality), while the primary expansion chambers usually require 17-4PH or 303 stainless steel or titanium.[9][10]
  • The upper and lower receivers of many AR-15 variants.

Clamp is made from 2024 alloy

Aluminium alloy 2024 has a density of 2.78 g/cm³ (0.1  lb/in³), electrical conductivity of 30% IACS, Young’s Modulus of 73 GPa (10.6 Msi) across all tempers, and begins to melt at 500 °C (932 °F).[2]

2024 aluminium alloy’s composition roughly includes 4.3-4.5% copper, 0.5-0.6% manganese, 1.3-1.5% magnesium and less than a half a percent of silicon, zinc, nickel, chromium, lead and bismuth.

T351 temper 2024 plate has an ultimate tensile strength of 68 ksi (470 MPa) and yield strength of 41 ksi (280 MPa). It has elongation of 19%.


Information provided by Wikipedia