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Blackhawk Commando Chest Harness
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2 AK-47, 3 M-16, or 2 M-14 Mags
Patent # D488,614 Rugged 1000 denier nylon construction Each of the four ammo pouches holds 2 AK-47, 3 M-16 or 2 M-14 magazines Also holds non-lethal munitions Pouches have dividers to prevent magazine clatter and enhance noise discipline Two end utility pouches can hold radios, rations, compasses, etc. Inside back has a large utility or map pouch with securing flap Adjustable cross straps are padded with .25" closed cell foam for comfort Adjustable quick release waist strap Belt loops secure vest to any web belt (not included)
Reviews: Blackhawk Commando Chest Harness
Reviewed by 5 customers
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great web gear
Reviewer: desertrat | Hurricane
This chest harness is the best I have seen. It is tough, plenty of room and comfortable to use. The two side pockets can carry a lot . A great harness, but, I expect nothing less from Blackhawk. The only improvement I would like to see, is a zipper in the middle to make to faster to put on and take off .
Reviewer: Dugan | Eastlake, OH
The rig is well made, I'm a very scrawny guy and this even fits me great. The only downside is that the mag pouches say they have a divider but it just has a small strap that i can't even fit a mag through. I don't know if its just mine or if its like this on all of them. Hands down if i needed another one i would definitely buy this again.
Good Chest Rig
Reviewer: Modie | Wetumpka
This chest rig is very well made. The olive drab is a much darker green than what appears in the picture, and I like it. There are 2 things that I don't like, however. The lower back strap does me no good because it will not shorten enough to be tight. If I'm wearing a bulky coat it's not so bad, but wearing just a shirt, its useless. Also, a web belt can be attached to the lower portion of the rig. This helps give support, but if you wear the belt as seen in the picture you have to take the whole thing off like a pair of pants, because the rig comes off toward the front while the belt comes off toward the back. I have to wear the belt backwards, with the buckle in the back. I suppose if you wanted to seperate the belt from the rig every time you take it off that would be ok, but who wants to do that?
Other than these thngs the rig is very good at what its designed to do.
With its inception in 1993, Blackhawk has quickly become one of the most sought-after brands in the tactical and military industry. Blackhawk founder Mike Noell draws from his experience as a Navy SEAL to produce the quality gear that is the top choice of many special operations units around the globe. Known for its deep roots in tactical appeal, Blackhawk features aggressive styling that has undergone extreme stress testing, winning over tactical operators and soldiers alike. With a goal to bring the world the finest tactical gear, Blackhawk's meticulous attention to detail is apparent in every piece of equipment stamped with its brand.