VULTURE Chest Rig
VULTURE Chest Rig
OneTigris VULTURE Chest Rig
- 500D Cordura® Nylon-Konstruktion (500D Nylon für BK-Farboption) für zusätzliche Haltbarkeit und Schmutz-/Wasserbeständigkeit
- Wiegt nur 18,3 oz (520 g) für ein ultraleichtes Setup
- Vier 5,56/7,62-Magazintaschen mit Haltegurten
- Eine 6 x 5 Zoll große Vordertasche mit Innentaschen zur Aufbewahrung Ihrer wichtigsten Dinge
- Überkreuzte Schultergurte mit UTX®-Schnellverschlussschnallen und vollständiger Einstellbarkeit
- MOLLE-kompatibel mit Gurtband an Tasche und Schultergurten
- Abnehmbare, atmungsaktive Mesh-Rückseite
- Einheitsgröße für mittlere Taillengrößen von 30 bis 44 Zoll
- 100 % echtes MultiCam®-Muster (500D-Nylon für BK-Farboption)
Material: 500D Cordura® Nylon, UTX®-Schnallen, YKK®-Reißverschlüsse
Taillenumfang: 30–44 Zoll (mittlere Taille)
Gewicht: 18,3 oz/520 g
OneTigris VULTURE Chest Rig *1
This is a great value rig that fits 4 AK or AR Pmags. It seems to be made with YKK zippers and cordura nylon. Velcro seems to be quite good. I fabricated my own strapa just out of preference but the included straps do work well. The 2.0 has two small pouches a medium admin pouch ontop 4 mag pouches. The small pouches fit a radio quite well up to the side of a ailunce HD1 or a radioditty RT81.
Honestly 10/10 best value for a rig I've seen in quite a long time.
His chestreak is awesome that's really lightweight and keeps me cool while playing airsoft and the summer months! I was able to fit M4 magazine inserts and all four slots and my EPM1's fit perfectly. The only thing I don't like about this chest rig is the X harness it personally did not work out for me very well and would ride up on my neck and rub my neck and it was not comfortable at all. So I bought an H harness from KRYDEX and it fit perfectly! I wish OneTigris would make this in a H harness. That's my only complaint otherwise the gesture itself is awesome and it's definitely my favorite setup!
For all your freedom lovers out there that want to carry some extra mags on you while you pose for pictures in your bathroom, this is for you. Mags fit nice for all your tactical reload needs for showing off to your friends. Front pouches work great for keeping snacks when you need energy to walk around the house with your gear on waiting for the apocalypse. Can easily mount a tourniquet on the strap so if you loose an arm while chopping food in the kitchen, you are covered. 10/10.
Bought on a whim, tested the ir signature with my home security camera and it's not super reflective, very surprised. Plus it can hold 8 30rd pmags or 4 30rd 7.62x39 AR mags. Seems decently sturdy and can support a full load just fine. I'm 6'2 175lb and it fits me perfectly after a little adjustment. Pistol mag pouches can fit glock 17 mags just fine. They are even big enough for a multitool or small flashlight. I got a cat tourniquet to fit in the pistol mag pouch but it was a super tight fit. Main pouch is big enough for smaller essentials and has a few dividers for organizing. Overall definitely worth the price.
I love that this can be used in several ways. You can wear it as a chest rig or remove the panel on the back and attach it to a load out vest. The shoulder straps are padded and not just webbing. There are three strips of velcro on the front for morale patches, personalization or identification. There is some molle on the front of the shoulder straps and in front of the main pouch. Since I use this as a medical chest pack I modified the portion where someone might put magazines so I could easily access other needed items. None of the pouches are removable but I don't mind. It keeps everything close and tight to the rig and weighs less that way. The one thing I wish it had would be a little more in terms of organization options in the main front pouch. When you unzip the pouch it doesn't flop open due to two retaining pieces of fabric. This makes it nice for accessing your items without them falling all out at once but there are only two simple mesh sleeves inside. It makes organizing and separating my syringes, needles and meds a little more difficult. Nonetheless it's amazing and in my opinion better than any of the rigs my colleagues are using.