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Condor MCR7 MOLLE Tactical Ronin Chest Rig Split Vest- OD MCR7-001

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  • Heavy weight webbing for modular attachment
  • Swivi Lockster - Swivel Push - Button Release Buckle
  • Padded H-Harness with hook & loop, D-rings, and webbing
  • Two mesh map pockets (one on each side)
  • Adjustable shoulder and girth
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Product Description

The Condor Ronin Chest Rig is designed with a quick-release buckle front opening and H-harness backing for easy access. The MCR7 features a padded h-harness with multiple mounting/hanging points for accessories such as hydration carriers, radio pouches, carabiners, etc.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00BSNI3UW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,909 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Oldwolfe on August 6, 2014
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I have tried several different LBE setups. Once problem I am having is after I injured my knee... to be honest... I got fat. No more two mile runs every morning for me.

I'm 6' tall and 215 pounds. It's hard to get gear fit me now because I have a gut, but no butt. I'm wearing suspenders on my pants now just to keep them up. This poses a problem with LBE because belts want to slide down and sag.

When I was young and in the Army, I used the old Alice style web gear. I started out trying that, but the belt sag problem I found to be annoying, especially when paired with a backpack.

I switched to a vest/belt setup. I had two problems with that. 1) The belt interfered with the waist belt on a backpack. 2) The vest created an overheating problem. (I live in SW Oklahoma where it can get very hot.)

Finally I tried this chest rig. I liked the open front and back approach as it has a lot of ventilation. It adjusts to fit my ungainly body rather well. It seems very sturdy.

One huge advantage of this rig is that my backpack waist belt has plenty of room under the rig. They don't interfere with each other at all.

The drawback is limited molle space. I switched my arrangement from having four single deep M4 mag holders on front to two narrow mag pouches that each holds two mags. That freed up enough space for me to hold on the rig two mag pouches, map pouch, IFAK pouch, and two canteens around the waist. Left shoulder strap has a KA-BAR D2 extreme upside down, the plastic sheath fits perfectly in the horizontal retainers on the shoulder strap. I had to use paracord to tie the sheath in place to the loop on the top of the shoulder. Took all of two seconds to do that and it looks like it was made to go there.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 18, 2013
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An excellent amount of adjustablity
Tough, but not top tier quality like Tactical Taylor, but what do you want for half the price?
Perfectly sized amounts of pouch space.

It opens in the front, or the rear. It can be ditched with front quick releases. Good padding an all around excellent piece of gear at a bargain price.
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Way better stitching and durability than I expected- coming from an Army Infantryman. Decent product and affordable
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I’m 6’1 at 212 lbs. No, I’m not big boned. I’m just fat. The Condor MCR7 Chest Rig is very adjustable and very easy to do so. All the adjustment straps have sewn on keepers that allow the user to roll up the access strap and bind them into place. The stitching seems to be holding just fine. The Velcro Type Fasteners also seem to be made of good quality material.
This Chest Rig seems to be for the bigger person, Tall and chubby. If you are a size small and short, you may want to look for a different model from Condor. All though, if you plan on doing winter Paint Ball or shooting events, this might be the right vest with a winter coat or a Carhartt jacket and bibs.
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Awesome vest, hydration unit matches right up with clips. Can doff it without going over your head when fully loaded.
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