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Rogue Gunfighter Low Vis Chest Rig


At SOFIC, Rogue Gunfighter showed a completely new product, unlike anything they’ve done before. The Low Vis Chest Rig accommodates up to 8 magazines or smoke/flashbang grenades in the elastic pockets which include retention pull tabs that are height adjustable via Velcro.


Berry compliant, it’s manufactured from 500D Cordura, nylon mesh and elastic and incorporates a fully adjustable Velcro front closure that is very easy to use and is adaptable for use with a variety of clothing and equipment. You don’t have to adjust a bunch of buckles if it’s winter or you are throwing it on over soft armor. You just put it on and close the Velcro front opening. A 1/8″ shock cord adjustment system in the back will flex to give you a great fit.


The LVCR features a wide, Y-style yoke that evenly distributes weight. It also features plenty of loop for IFF and other patches. The fully adjustable yoke also includes D-rings and webbing on either side to secure or attach additional items.


You may find that the elastic waist section is similar to a cummerbund and meets in the back inside a Cordura sleeve which has a PALS field to attach pockets. This sleeve also serves to protect the elastic drawstring.

Coming July 1st from Rogue Gunfighter in Coyote, Ranger Green and Black.


5 Responses to “Rogue Gunfighter Low Vis Chest Rig”

  1. gordon walton says:

    I like this a lot. I assume it will accommodate larger magazines then AR. Am I correct with this assumption. I like that it holds 8. so with further inspection I see that it WILL accommodate Large Magz and radios ect. this is a great versatile item !

  2. Steve says:

    Nice looking rig, but worn that low I’d call it more a belt/suspenders LBE-type set up rather than a chest rig. Yes, you can hike it up closer to the chest, but the Rangers were doing that with their LBEs back in the days before the RACK and we didn’t call them chest rigs.

  3. BradKAF308 says:

    Concealment is the new in. Not that I’m complaining.

  4. Luke says:

    I’d call it LBE, the back looks like it wouldn’t let you hike it up too much.

    Looks good!

  5. Lance R. Peak says:

    Gordon, I contacted RG to specifically ask about 7.62mm Magazines and they assured me that they do fit.