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Mission Spec, LLC Releases New Rigit Kit


Mission Spec has just released their new Rigit kit. Rigit acts as an interface between a standard PALS grid and virtually any chest rig or panel utilizing industry-standard buckles for vertical attachment; examples include ITW GTSR and DuraFlex Mojave patterned buckles. The Rigit also offers a stable loop base to reduce movement of the attached piece, provided it features hook backing.

The Rigit is 100% designed, tested, and manufactured in the United States, is Berry Compliant, and comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.



7 Responses to “Mission Spec, LLC Releases New Rigit Kit”

  1. d says:

    Looks like an aftermarket cummerbund solution for skeletonized plate carriers from BFG and Crye.

  2. mike says:

    Neat. I do this with a Maritime Stranghogg, but I use Whiskey Two Four WTFix hypalon strips to attach the ITW QASM buckles. Via the QASM I attach a D3CR, Mayflower/VS Placards, and regular ole’ triple mag pouches with buckles slipped on, depending on need. A similar setup on the back allows a number of different assault packs to buckle on and off.

    Cool to see this pre-packaged solution!

  3. MidgasFan says:

    This is super cool. A great upgrade that allows the use of the same carrier yet quickly allows the user to swap pouch setups. Have a set up for 5.56 AR mags, one for .308 AR mags, one for AK mags and the list of possibilities is endless. Very neat product! I dig simple yet effective ideas like this.

  4. Henrik says:

    Would this not work just as well with regular buckles? As the hook and loop pieces are not locked in a loop but “open” webbing pieces.

    • Mission Spec says:

      Word from the manufacturer. You are right that they are not ‘locked in’ meaning there is some side to side movement of the pieces in the PALS webbing (PALS is 1.5″ wide while the Rigitâ„¢ strips are 1″ wide). However, with 6 strips there is a HUGE drag put on any movement of the chest rig. It honestly feels as if the chest rig is sewn onto the plate carrier.

  5. Ben says:

    Sold-MS puts out good kit, and this looks to be no exception.