Platatac Peacekeeper Mk IV Chest Rig in Woodland Camo

The Peacekeeper Mk IV is designed to be a standalone low profile chest rig or to be worn over body armour systems. It features three 5.56mm Double magazine pouches at the center with PALS fields at either side.

At either end are radio pouches and small, zippered utility pockets.

4 x MOLLE Rows 2 x MOLLE Columns (x2)
2 x medium sized zippered pouches with front zip pockets
3 x 5.56mm Double magazine pouches
1 x Horizontal zippered pocket with cyalume loops (under magazine pouches)
3 x External mesh pockets on rear
1 x Internal Velcro pocket
Sewn drainage holes
Built from 500 Denier Multicam Cordura nylon fabric
YKK Zips with Paracord pulls


8 Responses to “Platatac Peacekeeper Mk IV Chest Rig in Woodland Camo”

  1. jellydonut says:

    Blast from the past, both the name, the pattern, and the design.. Not entirely sure why anyone would want velcro closure mag pouches any more.

    • Hendo says:

      Some of still roll in circles where non-issue chest rigs are fine but heaven forbid a soldier turns up at the range with an ‘open top’ pouch (e.g. shingle/Taco)…

    • Eddie H says:

      Velcro closure mag pouches are still relevant.

      There are multiple activities where you need more retention than just a friction fit, like you would get from a kydex pouch, a 10 Speed or a TACO.

      So the options are bungee closure, buckle closure and Velcro closure. Of those three, velcro is far and away my personal preference.

  2. Joe says:

    I never thought I’d be nostalgic for Woodland while enlisted, yet my baseball cap says otherwise.

  3. STEPAN1983 says:

    Murdock has beatiful woodland webbing

  4. Canuck says:

    That’s a solid rig, I’m happy to see it in woodland.

    It needs ideally woodland webbing (another commenter says Murdock does that?) or at least a darker OD green.

    • entrygear says:

      Agreed. At the very least they should have went with OD webbing.

      • Platatac says:

        We hear you on the woodlands webbing,

        We definitely wanted to use it but unfortunately the timeline to supply the rigs to the end user just didn’t allow it.

        If we get another order we will do it