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LBT Inc – MultiCam Modular Chest Rig Kit

In conjunction with their Labor Day Deals, LBT is offering a modular chest rig kit with an assortment of pouches for various load-outs.

Each kit includes the following:
* (1) LBT-9019A LBE Harness
* (1) LBT-9022A Medical Pouch
* (1) LBT-9042A Utility Pouch
* (1) LBT-9016A 12 R.d Shotgun Pouch
* (1) LBT-9037B 4oz Spray Pouch
* (1) LBT-9043B 7 3/4″ Baton/flashlight/charge pouch
* (1) LBT-9043A 6″ Baton/flashlight/charge pouch
* (1) LBT-9013B Dual 9mm Pouch w/ Kydex retention
* (1) LBT-9044A Glove Pouch
* (1) LBT-9045A Handcuff Pouch


13 Responses to “LBT Inc – MultiCam Modular Chest Rig Kit”

  1. concernedcitizen says:

    First militarized cops and now militarized hunters? I’m not sure when this will stop.

    • Whiskey Bravo says:


    • Stan says:

      It will stop when Game/Conservation Officers/Agents start writing people tickets for not having enough hunter orange clothing on. In my state at least firearms deer seasons require a certain amount of the body to be covered in solid blaze orange.

    • SamHill says:

      Is this definitely for hunters? I see the dip, but pepper spray and handcuff pouch would suggest police use to me. I’m sure hunters want the cool gear too, either way.

      • bloke_from_ohio says:

        I believe LBT is just marketing the belt kit the USAF cops started getting a few years back in multicam instead of UCP. That is what it looks like to me.

  2. R says:

    I, for one, applaud the efforts undertaken by these companies to translate what has been learned to the hunting and outdoor markets. I just wish, as is the case with many offerings, that they’d dispose of the Velcro. Can’t have Velcro on a hunt. May as well carry an air horn pouch too.

  3. Chris says:

    Some of the stuff transfers over fairly well. As an example, I hunt with an AR-10 as it is versatile, addresses all of the game I’ll find in my area, and its a platform that I am familiar and comfortable with. I can see where having easy access to certain equipment, such as range finders, medical kit and maybe pistol magazines (if carry a handgun for personal protection) would be advantageous.

    Hunting out of a stand I personally don’t see a need for this as all of my gear can be laid out and used as needed. If I was hunting from a small stand or perhaps tracking on the ground then yes. Goes back to mission driving the gear.

  4. renaissance marine says:

    i didnt realize lbt owned the defensor fortis system. thats what this is, the best load bearing system i have ever used!

    • ThatBlueFalcon says:

      They were a subcontractor for it. Eagle made complete sets and I believe a third contractor made complete sets as well.

      • renaissance marine says:

        i live near eglin afb and can pick up used defensor fortis sets for less than 20 bucks. they are outstanding! i have three sets, all configured differently. i even use it for a construction belt. thats right, i got a crush on defensor fortis