Great little rig for the price. I've had mine now for about 1 1/2 years and it works nice and well. The utility bags on the side make for great pistol holsters, water bottle holders, bbs, and I've even put in batteries before. The rifle mag pouches will hold AK mags as well (I've borrowed a friend's AK and extra mag before, this is from experience, although I do not know if it will hold 2 AKs). Each mag pouch hold two m4 styled mags, as well as speed loaders, batteries, tape, buckles, and a single water bottle (like the bottled kind from Meijer or Wal-Mart). The utility pouches are good, and there is even a little pocket behind each one, that can hold a magazine, battery, or other random paraphernalia, but I do not recommend that because it will dig into your side. or mine does that anyways.
The map pouch is good, it has a lining in it so if you get wet or some such thing like that the maps will not get wet.
Great rig for a beginner, but it is very much like a cheaper, bulkier version of the Pantac M4 rig or Active Shooter rig (based off the pictures, I do not own either of prestated rigs).
It's also very open for when playing in summer, and you don't want to have a load of heat all over you.
the radio pouch is okay, but I don't use it most of the time because it doesn't work with my civvy radio.
rating it 4/5 because it is a bit bulkier, and could use less material. Also, I'm 190 and almost 6' and this thing has a lot of extra strap adjustment space. It will fit anyone pretty much.
one size will fit all
holds plenty of mags
holds AK, M4, and idk about g36
lots of storage ideas
easy to personalize without having the MOLLE webbing
different than a crossdraw
no pistol mag pouches
no easy to reach dump pouch
sometimes thick and bulky (wishing it was a Pantac active shooter)
sometimes gets in the way by being bulky
some pouches poorly placed (like the ones behind the utility pouches)
But otherwise easy to live with cons, and nice and fun. Buy it.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]