British General Ops combat vest, DPM, surplus
A great 21st century combat vest, these are modern British issue that have seen action in warzones like Iraq, Wales and Afghanistan. Nowadays likely pulled out from active use, but it's still not a bad vest.
This is practically a battle jacket based on the PLCE kit, but with better pouch placement and weight distribution than a standard yoke-based webbing.
- Two mag pouches on the left side: these take 3 5,56 mm 30 rnd SA80 magazines each.
- Two utility pouches on the right side: both can take a US & British type canteen or more magazines.
- Two large zippered compartments behind the magazine pouches, great for documents, maps, compasses and other important knick-knack. The left one features a pistol holster.
- Two large pouches, one on each side, behind the magazine pouches. These fit canteens and other larger items.
- A first aid pouch and a medium sized general purpose pouch are found above the magazine pouches.
- Adjustment straps on the backside.
Genuine Brit surplus
In used but perfectly serviceable condition. Some buckles might be cracked a bit, but this doesn't really hinder using them. Wrap some tape around if it's a problem. As said, these are all OK to use.
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