Gear Tactical Tailor Releases New MALICE Clip Recoil Staff March 18, 2015 Join the Conversation The MALICE Clip by Tactical Tailor has been the defacto attachment method for many since its inception. While the company has continued to roll out new products and concepts, the MALICE Clip remained largely unchanged–until now. They say the new scalloped design is easier to weave while increasing strength. We think they look pretty good. Here's what they have to say about it: When we rolled out the new Fight Light line here at Tactical Tailor we concentrated our efforts on being lighter and slicker while maintaining the phenomenal durability that we’re known for. Every aspect was scrutinized, and we deliberately studied and considered feedback from professional end-users. We removed extraneous weight and maximized utility wherever we could. Part of this process was reviewing some things that we’ve done the same way for more than a decade. We put pen to paper, constructed countless prototypes, and put them through rigorous testing for months before anything was rolled out. If you’ve purchased any of the Tactical Tailor Fight Light line recently, you may have observed something: We changed the MALICE Clip. Our MALICE Clip is the long-time, now ubiquitous industry standard: and the new MALICE Clip is even better. Everything you liked about the old MALICE is still present: Same heavy duty construction. They won’t come unwoven even if accidentally unlocked. They work with a variety of attachment methods. They’re not affected by extreme temperature changes. They will never corrode. Now, however, now they’re easier to weave due to the non-square edges, significantly lighter, 15% stronger, and have a slimmer standoff. Pricing and lengths remain exactly the same. The new MALICE Clips are shipping with all Tactical Tailor Fight Light items, and soon will ship with everything we sell. Don’t worry OEMs, we’ll still provide you with the new MALICE Clips as well. The new MALICE clips are shipping on new LBE and gear – watch for them to be available as a standalone purchase soon. For more information, you can visit Tactical Tailor's homepage here, Facebook here, or follow them on Instagram here Explore RECOILweb:Weekly Deals From Around the Firearms Industry, Hunting EditionPreview - Compete to SurviveMechanix Wear Introduces Redesigned Tactical GlovesElection Roulette - Do you want a Semi-Auto or Revolver?