BLUE FORCE GEAR
Blue Force Gear Ten-Speed Chest Rig
Designed as an ultralight fighting load - holding 4 M4 or similar sized magazines with 3 x 3 MOLLE fields on either side for mounting Trauma Kit NOW!, pistol mag pouches, utility pouches, or any other MOLLE compatible pouches.
- 4 Ten-Speed M4 mag pouches can fit smoke grenades, flash bangs, GPS units, dressings, tourniquets, small radios, cans of dip, and similar sized rifle or SMG mags.
- Fully adjustable can be worn over armor or under a concealment garment
- Connecting strap in the rear acts as an emergency drag handle and has loop field for ID / IFF patches
- Inside hook and loop fastened map/document pocket measures approx. 18"x6"
As with all Blue Force Gear, it is made with excellence in the USA and carries a limited lifetime warranty.
Just enough for a few mags and essentials. I fits well under an outer layer for a more discreet setup.
Top Notch gear, works great! And as usual, SKD is awesome with great prices and super fast shipping.
Light, low profile. Shipping was prompt and I am happy with my purchase.
Good light weight, SIMPLE rig that works well with or without armor underneath. Durability up this point is fine, however I'm curious to see what the mag retention is like in the elastic pouches after a few months of use. I recommend this product to anyone looking for a simple and quality piece of equipment.
I'm not a Pro, plenty of great reviews from guys who are. But if this will help someone: I'm 6'-4", 270lbs and this rig fits me with plenty of extra adjustment on the straps to spare. I'm very glad to get something this well made that fits.
Nice for concealment. Wish the shoulder straps could be cinched up some so it could sit higher on your chest
There really wasn't many options out there when it came to a chest type pouch for the Steyr AUG mags, most chest pouches advertised just as AK or NATO .556 compatible.So what about something to work with the fat sharp feed lipped and catched AUG's? I gave this Ten-Speed setup a 5 star rating for overall quality, for it's tough, but light. The 30 round Steyr mags are tight to insert, but have good retention. Removal is smooth though but possibly over time two things can happen:Either they'll stretch and conform or tear slightly from the not so friendly sharp top edges of the mag. So far the rig is holding up fine to a few dozen armchair tactical removal and inserts. Nothing in the ways of field tests in the bush was done though, just wanted to give a quick review based on the test with 5.56 AUG mags to those who may be wondering.
Good tactical vest for what I need. I was hoping for something cheaper.
Used it already in a 2 gun carbine match, wanted a simple, light, comfortable chest rig / harness. No frills, minimalist gear attached. Was very pleased with performance and quality, did as advertised, very comfortable. The 30 round P-Mags I used fit snuggly and did not come out until I needed them, easily removed with one hand, might take two hands to reinsert between stages, no issue for me. I'm 5'7", 148 lbs, small statured, so this rig is still a bit loose after tightening up - would like BFG to come out with a downsized version for us smaller guys - but feel this is a minor issue for me. Content with the rig for my intended use, it is tough and rugged but very comfortable, holds what I needed it to - 4 AR mags, 2 mag pistol pouch, boo - boo pouch, that's it...