Is the V-Ring loose on the collar?
While the V-ring is secured by mil-spec webbing, it has just enough space to rotate freely for easy attachment. If you enjoy a collar with a rigid attachment point and no loose hardware, see our Tac 2 Collar 1.75”
Where do I attach my leash to this collar?
The Original Tac Collar 1.75” features a steel V-Ring for independent attachment.
How many panels can I attach to this collar? What size can they be?
The Tac 2 1.75” can fit up to 6.75” of panels/patches on the 14”-17” and 8.75” on the other sizes. Our customizable ID panel comes at a maximum length of 6” Depending on text lettering, so you’re still left with extra space for additional panels/patches.
What is the purpose of the elastic band?
The elastic band is designed to retain the layers of collar webbing if it’s adjusted. Once the slide adjuster is moved to shorten the collar, it leaves a space for the webbing to expand freely. The band prevents this to avoid snagging.
What is the difference between the Tac 2 and Original Tac Collar?
The Tac 2 1.75” has a D-Ring built into the buckle whereas the Original Tac Collar has a Steel V-ring mounted separately from the buckle. This results in a different mounting point and collar position for your leash attachment. For Tac 2, the buckle sits low without a lead, and sits high when a leash is being used. For the Original Tac, the buckle and V-Ring position doesn’t change with the addition of a leash.1.75” Tactical Collar with Handle.