D&L Sports™, Inc.
AR15 Magazine Chest Pouch
This magazine chest pouch was designed after years of experience with CQB carbine activities. It features eight individual cells capable of securely holding eight AR15 30 round magazines, (or eight 20 round magazines with small filler blocks in pouches). Some shooters use this rig for 30 round MP5 magazines as well.
This chest pouch features a wide mouth pocket behind the primary eight cell pockets to allow shooters to quickly stow partial magazines after a tactical reload. The front eight cell pockets feature dual elastic straps across each pocket to hold magazines securely without need for flaps over the tops of the pouches.
The strap system for this pouch allows for fast on and off, along with quick and secure adjustments to different body sizes. The front bottom of the rig can be attached to the belt line to avoid bouncing on the run, avoid rig pull up when drawing magazines, and to support rig weight. The back straps feature an adjustable "X" pattern for longterm comfort and an elastic around the waist stabilizing strap. The back of the rig features heavy duty "D" rings for attaching a hydration system or other accessories. This is a spec op quality rig throughout.
Available in OD, desert, or black
AR15 Magazine Chest Pouch
Important note on magazines:
The best quality and reliable firearm will fail with poor quality magazines. Do not buy cheap junk magazines or poor quality ammo. Test fire everything you aquire. Maintain your magazines with regular cleaning and new springs. D&L Sports™ has magazines for both AR15s and 1911s in the works, but for now recommends old style Colt 20 round aluminum follower magazines for AR15s.
The safety selector of your AR-15/M16 style rifle/carbine must be properly fitted with other components in the trigger system to mechanically block the components of the trigger group in a properly engaged position when the selector is "on safe". (Qualified gunsmith activity required) Moving the selector to the "fire" position, intentionally or not, will obviously allow the trigger to move to the rear, the hammer to fall, and the firearm to discharge. This is of critical importance to all involved, especially to those operating with any type of sling system. Do not drop any firearm to a slung position in a careless manner. Always follow all firearm safety rules. Control your muzzle in a safe direction at all times. Do not cover your own body areas, or those of others. In the event of dropping an "on safe" firearm to a slung position, there is still the possibility of the mechanical safety being pushed to the off position, the trigger being moved to the rear, and the firearm discharging. This is especially true then you are wearing other equipment in conjunction with your carbine. Do not place loaded firearms in carry cases or the same dangerous problem may occur.
High volume shooters, especially in high heat environments must remember that the chamber can become super heated after a volume of fire. Leaving a live cartridge in a super heated chamber may cause the firearm to "cook off" or discharge unexpectedly, with the safety selector in any position. Clear the chamber and allow the gun to cool. If you are operating in a dangerous environment that requires near instant firearm readiness, lock the bolt to the rear with a loaded magazine locked into the magazine well while you allow the firearm/chamber to cool. If the firearm becomes needed immediately, you can simply release the bolt to chamber a round and resume firing.
Always follow all firearm safety rules

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