VSP-12 Velcro Strap
Tip: Sizes and styles of butt stocks are as wide ranging as the numberof models and manufacturers of long barrel weapons. Depending on the weapon you are securing in the BPK, you may need to select the appropriate sized strap for your weapon. The BPK was designed for military and tactical use where tactical weapons with smaller butt stocks are commonly used. The BPK ships with a factory installed VSC-10, a 10” strap which is the smallest strap we make. We offer a wide range of strap sizes and styles to fit most weapons and tactical needs.
Q: What is the quick release tab?
A: The hooks on the rounded end of the VSP-12 have been removed so that the end of the strap will not engage, creating an easily accessible tab for quick opening. Note: The quick release tab is not the same thing as the Quick Release Tactical Strap.
Q: Do I ever need to replace the strap?
A: You may have to depending on the number of open/close cycles your strap is subjected to. Velcro will lose its strength over time. If you notice your strap’s peel strength is starting to weaken, replace it as soon as possible.
Q: Can I clean my Velcro strap?
A: Over time, the hook surface can pick up lint and other debris that can affect its ability to grip the loop surface. Cleaning debris out of the hooks is similar to cleaning hairbrushes: using a stiff brush or another piece of hook are the best methods. If this does not work, replace the strap.
Tip: To help keep your strap clean, engage the hook and loop sections when not in use. This will help keep it clean and extend the life of your strap.
Q: What can I do if my strap is too short to secure the butt of my weapon in the BPK?
A: The MPWHS comes with a 10”strap installed on the BPK. This strap will accommodate most AR and similar sized butt stocks. For weapons with larger butt stocks VSP-11, VSP-12 & VSP-13 straps are available. The number after the VSP refers to the length of the strap in inches.
Tip: When using the .75” Barrel Clip on the MPWH, use a VSP-10 strap or a VSP-QRC strap.