Florida-based Ammunition Depot has unveiled its new Condor Tactical Ready Rig, a system that combines the company’s Condor Recon Chest rig with six Amend2 magazines and 200 rounds of PMC 5.56 X-TAC 55 grain FMJ BT ammo, or PMC Bronze .223 Boat Tail FMJ, 55 grain ammo.
“Ammunition Depot is your preparedness partner and our new bundled kits provide our customers with what they want: the best defense products, convenience and great pricing,” Scott Blick, Ammunition Depot’s managing partner, said in a statement. “The Condor Tactical Ready Rig is all set and ready to roll when you are. We did our research when we put these bundles together. We not only wanted a package we’d be proud to own ourselves, but one that was sure to give our customers top performance from the rig, to the magazines and the ammunition.”
Ammunition Depot’s Condor Tactical Ready Rig
Here’s the skinny on the Condor Recon Chest rig and Amend2 magazines:
The Condor Recon Chest Rig was designed to allow the wearer to customize their gear on a lightweight, streamlined platform with MOLLE webbing for additional pouches. The rig’s integrated magazine pouches hold six magazines for maximum firepower at your fingertips. Removeable flaps over the magazine pouches keep magazines or other gear snug and safe. The Condor Recon Chest Rig features adjustable padded cross-back straps to allow for a comfortable, but secure, fit across the chest area. Pockets include an interior hook and loop pocket, two additional open-top pockets next to the main pocket and a mesh open-top pocket. The rig is adjustable for waist sizes between 30 to 60 inches and has movement-friendly swivel buckles and drainage grommets.
The Amend2 AR 15 Mod 2 magazine is constructed with a high-strength, low-weight polymer for durability and constant use. The magazines feature a heavy-duty, non-corrosive spring, anti-tilt “super” followers and have a heavily textured, non-slip grip surface on the front and rear edges. Available in black, OD green or Flat Dark Earth.
The Condor Tactical Ready Rig comes in coyote tan, black, or OD green. In addition, it’s available in a six-mag, 200 round setup, and a three-mag, 100-round configuration. MSRP starts at $96.39 and runs up to $163.49, depending on what you choose.
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