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ModGear Tactical Magazine Chest Rig Army Digital Six Mag Pouches Hydration Bladder Pocket MOLLE Compatible

 
Condor Outdoor Products, Inc.
MOLLE724
022886303075
MOLLE-724
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Tactical rig allows instant access regardless of your position. Constructed of lightweight, 1000 Denier nylon; features six magazine pockets with bungee nylon keepers for 30 round AR-15 magazines, padded shoulder straps that are adjustable, MOLLE style strapping on back and front, and a Hydration pocket is ready for you to insert your bladder and tubing, quick release buckles and Velcro strapping to secure this rig and "D" rings on the shoulders. These rigs allow you to access your gear while sitting, standing, or kneeling.

Our Tactical Magazine Chest Rig is outfitted with many features making it a fantastic value for those needing a modular vest with internal magazine pouches.

The Tactical Magazine Chest Rig supports a full combat load of ammunition without adding a single pouch, and has a padded harness and a sewn-in hydration bladder pocket.

The front opening rack secures with snaps and hook and loop closures. The removable bib secures to the top of the rack by hook and loop and to the harness via straps with snaps. The harness attaches to the front of the rack with two side release buckles, and at the rear with three adjustable straps with ladderlocs on each side.

The removable bib also features PALS webbing and an internal pocket.

The harness features a built in drag handle that tucks out of the way with a small piece of hook and loop above the Hydration bladder pocket. The hydration pocket secures with hook and loop and the lid has a small section of hook and loop tape perfect for morale patches or name tapes.

The internal map pockets also ingeniously double as a mesh lining for the magazine rack system.

The six built in magazine pouches can hold any standard M16 magazine or AK mags  in addition to many similar magazines. Some of our customers have used it for 10/22 and M14 magazines.

Magazine retention is accomplished by the deep pocket and backed up with a bungee cord retention strap.

This rig can be adjusted to fit over your body armor or worn as a stand alone vest.

There is enough MOLLE compatible PALS type webbing on this carrier to add any and all pouches you would ever need. There are 3 rows and 9 columns on each side of the rack and 3 rows and 4 columns on the bib. The Harness' shoulder area has 2 rows and 3 columns and the hydration pouch has 5 columns and 6 rows.

Available in:
BlackMolle-136
OD GreenMolle-137
Coyote TanMolle-138
Army DigitalMolle-724
Total number of Reviews: 7

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4.0 5
"This is a Condor branded chest rig. It is very large, probably meant to go over body armor. If you are under six feet and/or 220+ lbs and don't plan on wearing body armor under it, I wouldn't recommended it. M4/16 30 round mags can be difficult to get into the pouches, but they are pretty easy to get out. I don't have any on hand to test in it, but I believe one AK mag would fit fine in each pouch. The hydration pouch is large enough to hold up to a 3L bladder. The overall construction is very nice and sturdy. Every seam is double stitched, and all load points have extra stitching. The only thing that gives me pause is the plastic rings that hold the front \"bib/map pouch\" up. They are pretty thin. If you were to catch the pouch on something solid, I'm sure they would break. If this happens, it is easy to simply remove it from the rig."
5.0 5
"First, let me start with the company's quick shipping! I have never had gear show up to my house so quickly. Exactly why I keep buying from CTD. Product was exactly what I was expecting. Well made Condor vest, color matches everything else I own by them. The only drawbacks are: Mags are difficult to remove from pockets and you can not get two mags to a slot even if you try. I tried just for the heck of it. All the adjustment straps have ties to roll up the excess (great feature!) and size is VERY adjustable. I've heard that this vest runs large but it fits me great. I'm 5-7 165 lbs and fits me like a glove. Definitely recommend this product, and I definitely recommend you buy it here. At least $20 cheaper than all other sites on the web!-J"
3.0 5
"Its a pretty good right with a pretty good setup but it does have a few drawbacks:I'm not a fan of mags being bungee corded over the top. Velcro in my opinion is easier for speed reloads.only one magazine fits in each pouch but you can get two mags on the pouches on the end. but I just weaved a few more pouches on the front so I can carry 16 mags.and the biggest problem - the waist wont velcro around a medium to large size MTV flak jacket with front and side sapi plates inserted, even when the sides are let completely out. You can buckle the top with the clips and button the bottom with the little velcro hang down tab but the middle pops open. I'm taking it to Afghanistan with me anyways because it still holds on tight to my gear its just a little annoying to have the middle open like that.Overall I still think its a pretty good rig, I'm just going to have to mod it a bit to work with what I need."
5.0 5
"This is a really good vest for the price. It is well constructed, but I would prefer metal D rings. It Needs straps to add a utility belt. This vest really has the potential for a pistol belt if a person has sewing skill. This has Good weight distribution for six 30 round magazines. It has a nicely built-in water bladder carrier. It also has Plenty of MOLLE straps to add pouches or a holster. I would have preferred a small Velcro flap cover for the mags instead of elastic cords, but they are very secure."
5.0 5
"You can add your own D rings (metal) if you want. Im 6'2 267 52 inch chest body build. The Army issued me a chest rig that doesn't even fit me. It looks like something you would buy from the Baby Gap. So I found this on CTD, and I'm in love with this chest rig. For us bigger infantry guys who love to work out, and be big this rig is for you brothers. I plan on taking it to Afghanistan with me and put it to the ultimate test.. HOOAH!!!!!!!"
4.0 5
"This is an excellent price for a great product. Like others have said, this comes large, but I was able to adjust it down to size with plenty to spare. Also, like others mentioned, the velcro-snap setup isn't ideal. I plan to do the plastic buckle modification. UNLIKE others before me, the \"D\" rings are METAL and it did not include a water bladder. I got a big thumbs-up and some jealous looks during drill this weekend. Our unit's doc had this same rig, but in tan. The only negative I have (beyond the velcro-snap setup) is that there's no suspension system for the water bladder to hang on to, so the bladder will collapse as you drink. I could've gone with a setup that cost $100 more, but this one really does more than I need it to do."
4.0 5
"This rig has alot of features, but some are less desireable in my opinion. First off on the plus, It is a sturdy rig and gets the job done. 2nd, you have 6 built in mag packets so your not looking for more real estate unless you want to carry more than a assault load. On the negative, I would get rid of the velcro and snaps in front. I would replace these with a sturdy zipper and some fastex buckles. I would also include atleast 2 built in universal pistol mag pouches like they did with the rifle mags. I would have gladly paid a little extra for these upgrades, but plan on taking mine to a seamstress for some mods. All in all for the money, it is well woth it."