Airsoft GI BCT-3 Essential M4/AK Ammo Chest Rig (Black)[S11C03][09979 / CVUCR2943B]
The Airsoft GI BCT-3 Essential M4/AK Ammo Chest Rig (Black) is a light and low profile way to carry all the essentials. The pouches on each side accommodate a large hand held radio or water bottle. The four open top rifle magazine pouches each hold two M4/M16 (or similarly sized) magazines. The center two rifle magazine pouches each have two pistol magazine pouches on the front for a total of four pistol magazine pouches. The pistol magazine pouches can also be used to carry a flashlight and/or multi-tool. The shoulder straps are padded and have side release buckles in the front and back. This rig is great for mil-sim events as it will carry just about everything you need without the bulk of an armor or plate carrier.
Manufacturer: Airsoft G.I.
Size: Adjustable / One size fits most
Holds 8 M4/M16 Magazines and 4 Pistol Magazines
Radio / water Bottle Pouches
Padded Shoulder Straps
Side Release Buckles
- Manufacturer: Airsoft GI
I have had this chest rig since December and have never used until October 13th because i had a vest and got another chest rig, but i saw all the mag pouches and found out i could hold the most mags and equipment in this for the operation. Well the 2 AK mag pouches ripped and are falling off the chest rig. I am extremely dissappointed.
-Design of the pouches
-The stitching of the pouches
-Can not hold that much weight of magazines
-Just the AK pouches in general
I bought this chest rig as part of the gear I needed to get up and running in airsoft, so bear in mind this review is from a novice's perspective.
It certainly does its job, hold magazines and other equipment just fine.
Fit perfectly after the straps were adjusted.
I assume this is because it is Airsoft GI brand, but the box that this came in was unmarked and contained no intructions or information. If you have experience in airsoft, this is no issue, but to me I was a bit confused on exactly how it was suppossed to be worn. Specifically, I had no idea that the straps were meant to be crossed. Minor issue, I suppose, but it was a bit off putting.