- The rig
I got this in the middle of New Englad's Narnia-esque winter, and being that there is still enough snow on the ground to bury bodies, I've yet to play airsoft. But I can still review it. This is my first condor product, and it's also my first MOLLE rig kinda deal. From another site( sorry) I ordered a triple mp5 mag pouch for my rig. With this I ordered a triple pistol mag pouch. When it came in the mail it was nice and lightweight. I opened it up and tried it on. Now, I know everyone always says that it's one size fits most, and that some adjusting is necessary, but this thing seems to have been modeled to fit Precious. When I got it adjusted, I had like 4 feet of slack straps. I know I'm kinda a skinny build but that's unacceptable, so I ended up duct taping the slack to the vest. That's really only issue I have with this product. Quick fix though. Anyways, the molle works perfectly, you can customize it more than a tac vest. On my left side sits a triple mag pouch to hold my leatherman and two USP mags. I have 3 mags, but one sits in the gun. On my right, I have a triple mp5 mag pouch for my mp5 mags.... There are internal pockets in the vest itself and there are rungs on the shoulder straps for a knife, radio, grenade, whatever. This vest is designed for high mobility and it does just that. I can run, jump, and weave my way through obstacles with little to no interference from this system. It's not gonna hold everything my tac vest does, only the things I absolutely need: ammo, and a multitool. If you're at odds whether or not to buy this or a tac vest, take this. You'll find that it's not worth jogging around with 10 extra pounds of equipment you may need over running into the action and outmaneuvering everyone. I can easily get more kills, cqb or not, using high mobility and forward, aggressive action. Since it's molle, it's formatted to suit any combat role anyways, and it's cheaper than a tac vest. 4 stars only cause of the slack. Buy it.