Defcon 600 Denier AK Tactical Belly Rig (OD Green)[U03B08][12070 / DEFCON TBR OD]
The Defcon 600D AK Tactical Belly Rig is a great low profile rig that is perfect for a player looking for a extremely simple and bare bones rig. This Belly Rig features 4 front AK magazine pouches that hold up two to magazines each, allowing for a total of 8 magazines. Two large miscellaneous pouches are also mounted on either side of the magazine pouches and are large enough for a variety of items such as empty magazines, tools, BBs, etc. There is also a large pocket behind the magazine pouches which can be used to store a variety of items such as game intelligence. This chest rig features wide padded straps to ensure maximum operator comfort when deployed; the straps also cross in the back to help reduce the felt load on the shoulders. The Defcon AK Tactical Belly Rig is a great set up for those looking to get out there and play at short or long games. This AK Tactical Belly Rig comes in a OD green finish, which is ideal for blending with dark woodland environments.
Model: AK Tactical Belly Rig
Color: OD Green
Package Includes: Rig
- Low profile rig
- Four front magazine pouches
- Two large miscellaneous pouches
- Wide padded straps
- Manufacturer: Defcon
- Color: Olive Drab
- Size: Adjustable
- Material: 600D Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) Belly Rig
This is a really nice, simple and rugged chest rig that won't break the bank. Its very adjustable (Im 6'2" and 335lbs) and it fits me just fine. It also has a very big mag capacity, it can hold 8 AK/G36 or 12 M4 mags. The side utility pouches can also hold 2 M4 mags apiece. The inner pocket runs throughout the entire back of the rig. It can hold more than you need, but nothing you don't. Also, it works well with in combination with a backpack.
-A lot of mag capacity
-Side utility pouches
-Underslung belt loops
-Utility pockets are smaller compared to the condor version of this
Overall, this is good for someone who wants modularity and lightweightness for a low price
Bought this right before an event and arrived the day before. Hadn't worn the rig until the event started the next day. As my friend helped me get the shoulder straps on right, he then put the waist strap on. As soon as the click for from the belt strap clicked, the whole stitching came clean off. We had put the strap on loose so we could adjust it to my our bodies, but any slight tug on the waist strap most likely will pull it off. If not for this, the rig was fine, pouches are big enough for your magazines and even a good for holding Thunder Bees which are a decent size.
Large capacity for carrying
Can hold Grenades well
Not too adjustable, doesn't give enough lean way.
Strap along the back broke instantly as I put it on. I'm 6 foot 2 and 250 lbs, (not that large, just tall)
Doesn't fit on belly, for some (Just personal preference)
Overall I'm pretty happy with this rig. It's easily adjustable to fit anyone and with belt loops on the bottom, it won't be moving around. It can be a little bulky when fully loaded but that's to be expected. It has more than enough room for magazines and anything else you might want to carry. The side pockets might fit a couple of pistol mags but would probably be best suited for grenades or other relatively small items. There is a flat pocket running along the width of the rig but I find it a bit hard to get stuff in and out of it. One buckle came broken on mine but it was something I could just tape up, though you might not want to be too rough with the buckles.
Plenty of space
Buckles probably aren't the strongest but you get what you pay for
Flat pocket is hard to use
Can be bulky when fully loaded but that's easily alleviated
The rings on the shoulder straps might not be the best for a radio