A couple of issues "I" have (might not be for you) with that rig... The velcro flaps are going to slow down your reloads considerably, just something to keep in mind
If your not going to be carrying the radio or a Nalgene bottle in those side pouches it is simply something you don't need and depending on how it fits you they might be in the way
And finally with the pistol shoved in a mag pouch, it was something that I first saw as a stop gap measure employed by guys on FOBs that didn't want to gear up with everything when they were required to keep both weapons on their person
It is nowhere near the most secure method and after having one of my guys ND a round into his arm I tend to steer away from pistols mounted on my chest unless for specific uses
SVThuh wrote:DRis... One quick, easy and cheap way to keep your belt rig from riding up is to go to a uniform supply store and gets some belt keepers. The Sam Browns that the police use consist of an under-belt that goes through the loops, an over-belt a.k.a. the Sam Brown and the belt keepers, little loops that snap around the under and over belts to keep the Sam Brown in place.
As far as the chest rig, you know I have the Camelback and I really like it. I do also agree with the minimalist approach as well though.
I guess your best bet is to try to go shoot and train with a few different people who have various setups and try them out. I think your on the right track though.
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