Chest Rig: Multi Calibre, Multi Platform
- A Multi-Purpose Chest rig designed to accommodate a wide range of Magazines for a variety of missions-purposes.
- Recommended for Patrolling and Vehicle Mounted Operation
- Size is adjustable from Medium to XXL to fit over body armour or discreetly underneath jackets.
- Can accommodate a variety of magazines: AR, AK, LM, FN/FAL, G3 Mini 14 or M1 Carbine Magazines etc
- Accomodates Lee Enfield and other short style magazines and
- Total of 12 Pouches for Magazines, Gear, Radio's or IFAK.
- 6 Pouches that can accommodate 2 Mags each
- Adjustable Bungee Retention with Tab to Secure Mags & Gear
- Bungee retainers can be removed for speedier reloads
- A large pouch (36cm height x 30cm width) on the chest for maps, cleaning kits or Standard Ballistic plate etc.
- Smaller pouch that can be opened with one hand above the row of magazines for Tools or First Aid.
- Two smaller pouches with Velcro openings on either side of the rig for compass, wallet etc.
- Quick release buckles will ensure that the rig can be dropped quickly in event of being snagged, falling in water or catching fire.
- Webbing shoulder straps allow the rig to be worn with back pack straps.
- Molle attachments for TacQM pouches. Will accommodate other brand of Molle pouch too.
- Drain holes for water & sand.
- Made from Durable Rip-Stop Canvas. 1 Year warranty on stitching and materials.
- Ideal for the South African civilians and farmers who needs a Go-Rig, Anti-Poaching Patrols & Security Companies.
- Lightweight: Weighs 1.2kg
- Integrates with the TacQM Water Bladder Pouch-Sold separately.
- Proudly Made for TacQM in South Africa!
***As with any gear that you might stake your life on: Train with it!***
***Gear and Water Bladder Pouch for for Demo Purposes only***
>>>2018 Feed back from customers: This rig has been performing well in the field. The material is extremely strong and durable and the pouches can accommodate a wide range of mission critical gear across a wide range of Platforms.
The design allows the wearer to be cooler in the African Bush compared to vest style rigs<<