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ATS Tactical – 5.56 Split Front Chest Harness

Monday, January 28th, 2013

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ATS Tactical developed this new harness following the release of the ATS 7.62 SFCH. The 7.62 harness was designed by an SF friend of theirs and was made for a deploying unit, but the design worked so well it was modified into the 5.56 version seen here. The rig is constructed of 500D Cordura. Each pouch holds a single 30 round 5.56/.223 magazine. They are held in by their bungee retention system, with nylon pull tabs. Each side of the harness has a built in 9”x 7” map pocket. To the outside of each side of the rig there’s two channels and three rows of PALS webbing and each magazine pocket of the harness also has two channels and three rows of PALS on its face.

Each side of the harness is 10 inches by seven inches, and the harness is closed by two ITW/Nexus GhillieTEX one inch Fastex side release buckles. Overall width of the harness is about 22 ½ inches. To reduce weight, the waist belt has been redesigned to release only from the left side, and a webbing retainer has been added to secure the running end of the strap. The upper harness attachment points use the lighter ITW/Nexus Ladderloc and also use the webbing retainer. The shoulder straps have also been redesigned to accommodate the ATS MCH Hydration Harness or a smaller and lighter modular carrier such as the ATS 50 Ounce Hydration Carrier. The cross strap portion of the harness has a very lightweight 4 channel and 4 row grid of PALS webbing with a clever design that does away with the base material that PALS is usually sewn to, instead using a double row of webbing bar tacked to itself and box-X stitched to the harness.

The 5.56 SFCH is available in Multicam, Coyote Brown, Ranger Green and deepest darkest Black. It’s made in The USA from the finest quality Mil Spec, American produced materials and sewn by Americans. As with all ATS brand gear, it is covered by a lifetime warranty against manufacturer’s defects in materials and workmanship.

www.ATStacticalgear.com

SHOT Show – ATS Tactical

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

ATS Tactical has introduced the SOF Bleeder Pouch, Tearaway. They developed this pouch as part of a kit for a military customer and its essentially a tearaway medical pouch that is horizontally mounted on the war belt. It’s intended specifically to carry bleeder control items.

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One you open it up it incorporates elastic loops to organize your kit.

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www.atstacticalgear.com

Visit ATS Tactical and Supply Captain at SHOT Show

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Once again, ATS Tactical and Supply Captain will be co-located at SHOT Show in booth #7502. ATS Tactical tells us that they will unveil 10 new items in the line-up for this year.

SOMA – ATS Tactical

Saturday, December 15th, 2012

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The CASEVAC panel is now a common sight in many helos and combat vehicles. What makes the ATS Tactical’s version different is that it isn’t just a panel of generic GP Pouches. Instead, they manufacture purpose built pouches like this one for bleed modules.

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In fact, look for these panels packaged with new Polaris MRazr.

www.ATStacticalgear.com

ATS Tactical Litelok Hydration Carrier

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

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Manufactured from Duro’s Litelok, this new hydration carrier from ATS Tactical also utilizes jacquard webbing from Murdock Webbing and Velcro brand MultiCam printed material. Even with all of that, this 3 liter hydration reservoir carrier weighs a scant 3-7/8 ounces. Available in MultiCam, Made in USA and sporting the ATS Tactical lifetime guarantee.

www.atstacticalgear.com

Sneak Peek – ATS Tactical’s 7.62 Split Front Chest Harness

Monday, September 24th, 2012

This harness was designed by an SF friend of ATS for a deploying unit that needed the capability to switch between weapons load outs. Ultimately, they decided on this split front harness to solve that problem. The harness is constructed of 500DCordura with Murdock Webbing’s Jacquard Multicam nylon used for the PALS webbing. Each pouch holds a single 7.62 M14/M1A, SR25, FAL/L1A1, G3, or Magpul LR20 magazine. They are held in by ATS’s bungee retention system, with Murdock Webbing nylon pull tabs. Each side of the harness has a built in 9”x 7” map pocket. To the outside of each side of the rig there are two channels and three rows of PALS webbing. Each magazine pocket of the harness also has two channels and three rows of PALS on its face.

Each side of the harness is 10” x 7”, and the harness is closed by two ITW/Nexus GhillieTEX 1” Fastex side release buckles. Overall width of the harness is about 22 ½”. To reduce weight, the waist belt has been redesigned to release only from the left side, and a webbing retainer has been added to secure the running end of the strap. The upper harness attachment points use the lighter ITW/Nexus Ladderloc and along with the webbing retainer. The shoulder straps have also been redesigned to accommodate their MCH Hydration Harness or a smaller and lighter modular carrier such as the ATS 50 Ounce Hydration Carrier. The cross strap portion of the harness has a very lightweight 4 channel and 4 row grid of PALS webbing with a clever design that does away with the base material that PALS is usually sewn to, instead using a double row of Murdock webbing bar tacked to itself and box-X stitched to the harness.

As with all ATS Tactical gear, it has a lifetime guarantee and is Made in the USA!

www.atstacticalgear.com

MBITR Tip Out Radio Pouch from ATS Tactical

Friday, September 21st, 2012

One of the major shortcomings of current issue load carrying systems is the lack of any radio pouch let a lone a decent one. If a pouch does come with your military radio at all, chances are good it was thrown in as an afterthought by the radio manufacturer. Does anybody remember this awful Black ballistic nylon pouches with the ALICE clips?

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ATS Tactical has introduced their answer to the problem with the Tip Out Radio Pouch. The design was inspired by an 18E, specifically for use with the MBITR which has now seen widespread use among SOF and conventional forces alike, it does exactly what its name implies. Once mounted on your equipment, it “tips out” so that you can more easily manipulate the radio. Yet, it remains attached to your vest. The ITW hardware can be manipulated one-handed for ease of use.

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Available in MultiCam, Coyote Brown, and Ranger Green. Like all ATS brand gear, it is made in the USA and covered by a lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects in materials and workmanship.

www.atstacticalgear.com

ATS Tactical Unveils Jumpable RAID Pack

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

This is ATS Tactical’s brand new Jumpable RAID II. The prototype has been jumped. It is the same RAID II pack you know and love (same dimensions, same cubic inches at 1512 ci, a little heavier at 3 pounds) except, reinforced and rigged for jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft. Made from 500D Cordura. Regular price on these is $349.99. They’re doing a pre-order sale on ‘em for the next two weeks at $299.00. The first handful of these will be off the production line either tomorrow or Friday.

www.atstacticalgear.com

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