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CGM Modular Saddle/Sporting Vest

always89y

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Thought I would share with you folks!

Modular Suspender/Sporting Vest (MS2V)
Suspenders on steroids...
Use them as Suspenders.
Use them as a stand alone vest.
Unlimited configurations.
Semi-Ridged, light weight, padded and breathable material.
Rubberized slide through shoulder pads don't slide off of your shoulders.
Completely adjustable for the perfect fit.
Adjustable bino harness connections.
Optional Large, removable while wearing, PALS panel.
Large mesh internal pockets.
Easily remove Suspenders when up.
Panels snap together for easy access to pouches when hung on tree.
Comes with compression straps, bino loops with MOLLE attachments, MOLLE quick disconnects for saddle.
Get the weight off of your saddle, distribute the weight and make your gear accessible!
Change up pouches for scouting, fishing, upland game, Turkey...whatever your needs are!
Made right here, by us.

 

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Go ahead and send me 1 if u need a stamp of approval......hahahaha

I rarely get excited about stuff but I really like this system....I have basically the same setup that I pieced together outta surplus stuff and my vest is wearing thin in some spots and the molle loops have failed here and there.

Can u post some pics of different camo configurations as u get them built please? The 1 is the video is forest green or ranger green? Is that platpak u make compatable with the back panel?
 

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Go ahead and send me 1 if u need a stamp of approval......hahahaha

I rarely get excited about stuff but I really like this system....I have basically the same setup that I pieced together outta surplus stuff and my vest is wearing thin in some spots and the molle loops have failed here and there.

Can u post some pics of different camo configurations as u get them built please? The 1 is the video is forest green or ranger green? Is that platpak u make compatable with the back panel?
Looks pretty cool! Seriously thinking of ordering one!
 

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The phone holder on the shoulder strap is sweet... With the way I have my stuff configured everything has it's home except the stupid phone. I have rib zone storage like this 1 and that's were I normally keep the phone and it's fine for walking abound but when climbing or stooping over the phone is a hard brick that's in the way. On the shoulder like that is nice..
 

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Very cool system especially for early season where you don’t want to be lugging around a pack. I have a Kifaru Bane that I think I could add to this too and it would go from early to mid season with it I believe to carry an extra layer or two, some lunch and kill kit etc.
 

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Layers are easy....Paracord and ranger beads.

Long piece of Paracord with stopper knot on either end find the center and fold it over to make a bight to girth hitch to a molle loop. Tie the ranger bead capturing both strands of rope and u have a lightweight adjustable loop. Put garment into the loop and cinch down the bead. I have 4 of these loops with double balls on each...the top of the back is a set and a 2nd set at the bottom of the back. Use as 1 large loop and carry heavy jacket or bibs or use the 2nd bead and carry 2 separate light garments with the same attachment point


Like this.... https://saddlehunter.com/community/index.php?threads/easy-layers-attachment.35196/
 
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always89y

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Go ahead and send me 1 if u need a stamp of approval......hahahaha

I rarely get excited about stuff but I really like this system....I have basically the same setup that I pieced together outta surplus stuff and my vest is wearing thin in some spots and the molle loops have failed here and there.

Can u post some pics of different camo configurations as u get them built please? The 1 is the video is forest green or ranger green? Is that platpak u make compatible with the back panel?
That means a lot coming from the Vest guy of the forum! The video is Ranger Green and I will update with pics as they go out.

The PlatPak is compatible!
 

Weldabeast

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So if u had ur backpack or an equivalent surplus pouch that was in the backpack position , the platpak could be used as a compresson panel? Does that make sense?
 

always89y

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So if u had ur backpack or an equivalent surplus pouch that was in the backpack position , the platpak could be used as a compresson panel? Does that make sense?
Makes perfect sense and yes it would!

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always89y

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@always89y are the buckle/clips compatible with marsupial/kifaru buckle systems?
No sir. Our side release buckles are USA made and pretty standard. Theirs are fairly proprietary. But, they typically have enough loop behind their receiving ends to apply a ghook.

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Without having 1 to play with yet I can only speculate but in my mind that back panel could make for a very nice back support if u kept the vest on while hanging in ur saddle...an adjustable strap with ghooks on either ends to attach to either side of the panel and thru tether biner....move ghooks up and down on the panel moves support from upper to lower back maybe....maybe make a couple loops on the edges long to make something like that easier to add with having to remove the vest
 
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