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CSAT – Paul Howe Combat Rack On Sale

Paul Howe Combat Rack

Designed by Paul Howe and manufactured by Tactical Tailor, the CSAT Combat Rack is designed to be worn over armor and for quick assembly of necessary assault equipment. It features 6 multifunction pouches which can fit up to a .308 magazine each, and the Combat Rack can also support up to two pistols. Pistol pouches on the Combat Rack support double stack magazines, multitools, flashlights, etc. The bottom pouch is designed for a medical or survival kit.

It’s currently on sale on the CSAT website for roughly 20%-off MSRP.

Available in OD Green and Tan. Made in the USA.

www.csattss.com/CSAT-Combat-Rack-800

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6 Responses to “CSAT – Paul Howe Combat Rack On Sale”

  1. Dellis says:

    So I visit the website, which is here in my home state of United States of Texas, as I have always wanted to take some classes from them and lo and behold he is selling his training facility!?

    I have never been there but it sure looks like a nice setup from the pictures. I ponder if this would be a smart business purchase?

    • I can’t speak to Paul’s ultimate business plan, but I can tell you this, he’s one of the best instructors I ever got to train under. Very few trainers have been able to do what he has done, which is provide simple, realistic and consistent training that translates from one platform to the next without advertising or self promotion. CSAT embodies what it means to be a professional-be an asset to your team, demand excellence from yourself, demand excellent performance from everyone around you and be modest in all that you do and say.

      If you go to Paul’s place and don’t walk out of there a significantly better shooter, it’s because you made a conscious effort not to learn, listen or watch what to was going on around you. It doesn’t matter if Paul coaches you or if one of his guys coaches you. He demands the same excellence from everyone of his instructors that he demands from himself.

      Very seldom do I get excited about OEM work at TT, this is project a huge exception. This piece is ugly, no doubt about it, but it does everything you need it to do and it doesn’t have anything you don’t need. This is one of the most functional and pragmatic designs we’ve ever worked on. It’s priced for any budget. If something on it doesn’t work for you there is no need to waste time and money on custom work, just cut the piece off that doesn’t work. It works under a ruck, it works over armor and it can be used as a low vis rig. I haven’t seen anything else that can do what this rig does.

      The design work on this was done by TT’s Ryan B. who apprenticed under Logan for nearly 10 years and is one the longest tenured guy at TT. Short of the departed Logan actually stitching this for you personally, you can’t ask for a better rig made by a better design team than Ryan and Paul.

      Bob

  2. Jaw says:

    Paul runs a top notch facility.

  3. Bill says:

    “This piece is ugly, no doubt about it”

    I never thought about it, but that does look just funky, and makes me think of Liberia. But I’ll be ordering one next payday, and won’t think twice about spray painting it.

    Now it just needs a ballistic insert for the kangaroo pouch that hangs over the weiner.

  4. Bill says:

    “This piece is ugly, no doubt about it”

    I never thought about it, but that does look just funky, and makes me think of Liberia. But I’ll be ordering one next payday, and won’t think twice about spray painting it.

    Now it just needs a ballistic insert for the kangaroo pouch that hangs over the weiner.

    I need another rack like I need a bullet wound to my weiner.

    • Riceball says:

      The first thing that I thought of when I saw it was that it looked the sort of rigs that you’d see pictures of the VC & NVA running with during the Vietnam war.