Condor Outdoor OPS Chest Rig (Black)[A12I00][10913 / MCR4-002]
The Condor Outdoor OPS Chest Rig is constructed out of high quality materials that can handle some of the harshest airsoft environments. The OPS Chest Rig features 4 vertical rows of MOLLE webbing that span the entirety of the rig for mounting any MOLLE style pouch. Padded shoulder straps keep the felt weight to a minimum while still keeping the rig secure to the operator. The OPS Chest Rig is the perfect rig for an operator that needs to keep lightweight while still being able to hold the essentials.
Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
Model: OPS Chest Rig
Build Material: Cordura, High quality Polymer
High build and material quality
4 vertical rows of MOLLE webbing
Padded shoulder straps
- Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
- Color: Black
- Size: Adjustable
- Material: 600D Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) OPS Chest Rig
If you are a sniper and you dont like having a ton of weight on your belt this rig is your best friend. you can fit a ton of stuff on here but i only use it to hold my mags. I use this because i only like to keep my holster and deployment bag on my belt and the leg rigs i have just wont hold all of my neccesities for a 24 hr. game. The only thing i dont like is when i'm in prone it can be a little trouble to get your mags.
1) light weight
2) a TON of molle space
1) a little hard to adjust( im 5'9 and weigh 130 lbs.)
This is perfect if you want a no frills minimalist rig. Great mobility, and much more breathability than a full rig. Nothing you don't want and only what you need. This rig stayed comfortable on me for hours and is very adjustable. For me, it was not front heavy even with an array of heavy GBB mags and Y sling that hung my gun from the straps.
Great product and value.
Durable and comfortable.
Velcro on straps so nothing is dangling, and everything is held in tight.
2 velcro pouches in the front for maps, phone, etc.
Plastic D rings on straps. Still holds my Y sling, but would prefer metal.
2 built in M4 style mag pouches built into flanks are a little cumbersome to use. I don't use them.