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Arktis M674 Covert Carry Rig

Currently In Use with a Security Service who required Quick And Easy Access to Gear while Seated In Vehicles
Low Profile for wear under clothing
This Rig has special Mil-Spec elastic pouches to hold Three 30 or 20-round 5.56 or 5.45 magazines quietly and securely
Cross-draw Holster for any size Medium/Large Handgun
Holds Two Pistol Magazines
Pouch for Folding Knife
Pouch for Radio or Magazine or Cuffs
Large Internal Pouch for documents, First-Aid or Cuffs
It is fully adjustable, very comfortable, can be worn with or without body armor.
Mesh Backing for Ventilation
NOTE: Due to Design, Magazines and Handgun Do Protrude Some in Front depending Upon Body Size.
Available in Black

Arktis USA currently has them for sale via eBay.

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13 Responses to “Arktis M674 Covert Carry Rig”

  1. Luke says:

    Man, I’d just been trying to rig a Blue Force Gear ten-speed as an armpit rig, looks pretty slick.

  2. JKifer says:

    Yup, this is sweet. Anyone try their ranger pants? or wind shield?

    • I own the ranger trousers yes. Or at least a prototype of the current version and I owned a previous iteration. The set I have right now is very slightly different to the one they currently retail since I worked with them on the design they currently sell, but they’re 95% similar overall. Excellent quality of stitching and materials. Slightly heavier and thicker than G3 combats and a bit better suited to temperate climes than arid ones. Certainly pricey too, but the quality is there and for a garment of that complexity made here in the UK, worth the cost to my mind.

      • Arktis US says:

        All products are produced in the UK using European materials. Even with these added expenses, Arktis quality is competitively priced on all levels.

  3. Blake Slamson says:

    I assume it should be fairly discrete under any kind of jacket. Looks effective.

    • Arktis US says:

      The layout was specified by a particular unit for their needs. The objective was access with either hand to all gear while seated in a vehicle and to be discreet. The tradeoff is it does protrude some in the front depending upon body type and shape. Overall, it works well.

  4. Nattydreadbushdoc says:

    If you like this sort of thing then check out Snigel designs out of Sweden. They have some top notch covert carry rigs.

  5. Haji says:

    How is one going to reach pistol mags on the same side the holster is on?

  6. Intel6 says:

    It says it holds 3 magazines but am I the only one that only sees 2? Where is the 3rd one?

  7. Arktis US says:

    Thank you for featuring our M674. We are restocking these as quickly as possible, along with our M673 and M675.