Condor Recon Chest Rig
Condor Recon Chest Rig
Condor Recon Chest Rig
Condor Recon Chest Rig

Condor Recon Chest Rig

SKU #: TG-MCR5
MSRP: $41.95
$35.95
Description
Features:

  • Genuine Crye Precision Multicam material, sewn in foreign country
  • Three stacker/Kangaroo type mag pouch, rig will hold six M4 mag and six pistol mag.
  • Swivi Lockster - Swivel Push-Button release buckle.
  • Padded cross-back shoulder strap with webbing and D-ring.
  • Additional mesh pocket on the back.
  • Two open-top mag pouch. (one on each side)
  • Reviews
    Review Summary
    4.7
    52 Reviews
    5
    69% (36)
    4
    29% (15)
    3
    0% (0)
    2
    2% (1)
    1
    0% (0)
    85% Recommend this product (44 of 52 responses)
    By Ernie
    Georgia
    March 7, 2018
    Good RIG
    The chest rig is great and allows me to carry more then enough ammo. The belt is a little big.
    By M.H.
    Danville, Kentucky
    November 1, 2017
    Nice rig
    An outstanding,well built, fairly priced piece of kit.
    By KENNETH GONZALES
    Texas
    November 1, 2017
    Very impressed
    Was I was surprised at the quality of the material and overall construction of the Condor Chest Rig..Works great, holds all my mags, extra gear, very impressed...
    ProsConstruction,looks,able to hold my gear
    ConsNone at this time
    By Ronnie
    Cedar Park
    August 27, 2017
    CHEST RIG
    well made & designed, great buy
    By Bill
    Lake Elsinore California
    July 6, 2017
    Condor Recon Chest Rig
    For the price you cannot go wrong with this chest rig. I was looking for something to carry my magazines but being 6'7" tall made it impossible until I found this chest rig and read all of the reviews on it. There is plenty of room to add on to it also I added a 5.11 holster on to mine and still have plenty of room to add more on to it.
    ProsFinally a chest rig for those of us that are big and tall and it is hard to beat the price.
    ConsHave not had a chance to get out and use it.
    By Jim Curtis
    Unoccupied Territory
    June 27, 2017
    Lot for the money
    I wanted something to keep my stuff together. I couldn't justify a plate carrier and really didn't want to tote the weight. I added two large pockets for medical and misc. Fits great. Lots of storage for the price.
    ProsPrice, options to add pockets, construction, adjustable, customizable
    ConsBig for a smaller person
    By Daniel S.
    Tulsa, Ok
    June 7, 2017
    High Quality at Low Price
    Has plenty of material to adjust smaller or larger. I'm 6" 220 and have a 48" chest with 36" waist (TMI? Sorry). I had to take in a whole bunch of material to size it. Now it fits like a glove... Great rig
    ProsSturdy. Well made. Holds lots of 30 round 9mm mags For cz scorpion evo3 s1 carbine.
    ConsNone
    By Brandon
    Ontario, California
    March 10, 2017
    Great Rig For The Price
    I was looking for an affordable light weight chest rig option for training and the possible SHTF scenario. This rig is rugged enough for my purposes and has most of the features I was looking for as well as the ability to add alot more. With some thoughtful and deliberate adjustment this rig can be outfitted for someone large or small. I'm 5'6 150lbs. and I had no problems getting it to fit properly.
    ProsAlot of Mag Space, Rugged, Light Weight, Semi-Modular, Very Budget Friendly.
    ConsProbably wouldn't be my first choice if I needed a true "Go To War" option. But I do think it could hold its own for a while if needed. In the end you always get what you pay for. And there's a reason some gear is considered Top Flite.
    By Mike
    Kansas
    July 21, 2016
    Solid built
    I was unable to adjust the straps for a close fit without major sew job
    ProsSeems like good construction
    ConsBuilt for someone over 250 lbs.
    By Kyle
    MISSOURI
    July 14, 2016
    Condor chest rig
    This rig is a well made and for the price can't be beat. Shipping was fast and arrived well boxed.
    ProsWell made price is right tough durable piece. I got the Hydro system and added it to the rig Awesome!
    ConsThe only con I have is this, I'm not a big guy 5ft 8in and around 165. I swam in this thing even after adjusting. With that being said that was without my bullistic vest on. So I sold it to family member who is about 6ft 210 lbs fit him perfect. I needed it to fit wo the vest on all the time.
    By Paul B
    USA
    July 14, 2016
    Just what I was looking for.
    Well made, support straps are comfortable, and they adjust easily; pistol magazine pouches hold even FNX .45 Tactical mag's. Enought room for a vertical holster.
    ProsQuality, price, fits anybody, and ammo hauling.
    ConsNone so far.
    By John
    OR
    June 16, 2016
    Recon chest rig
    As advertised and on time ......Will order again as I have many times....
    By Vox
    ND
    June 10, 2016
    Good Balance.
    I have completely enjoyed the functionality of this chest rig. I have seen complaints about it being too big, but with the proper adjustment it fits just right and can expand to place over a plate carrier or over bulky clothes. I was impressed with the quality of craftsmanship and materials.
    By Fidel Rodriguez
    AFG
    April 8, 2016
    Good piece of gear.
    I can never complain about the delivery, LA Police always gets my order in and on time. The chest rig itself is well built for the money. It's very comfortable and very easy to adjust. The only compliant that I have ,and the reason I did not give it 5 star is there are to many pistol pouches, I would have preferred the middle pouch be one solid pouch instead of two pistol pouches. Other than that this is a good piece of gear considering the fact that I'm using it overseas.
    ProsGood gear for the price
    ConsTo many Pistol pouches. (my opinion)
    By Michael
    Las Vegas
    April 2, 2016
    Great rig for a low price.
    The rig arrived in a reasonable amount of time looking just as advertised with no real problems or defects. I'm pleased with this purchase.
    Pros-Great quality for this price -Plenty of pouches and room for adding on more gear -Fairly comfortable
    Cons-very large and difficult to adjust down for a smaller user
    Q&A
    22 Questions & 69 Answers
    Tyler
    from Greenville, Pennsylvania asked:
    October 29, 2016
    How wide are the buckles? I want to attemp to mount this on a plate carrier
    2 Answers
    They are pretty wide, I actually had to do some adjustments when I got it and I have a wide chest
    Austin
    on October 31, 2016
    from CA
    The rig has a total of six buckles. Two that go around the waste, Buckles 1, they are 1 7/8".two that go to the front of the rig and are for the shoulder straps, Buckles 1, they are 1 7/8". The last two are swivel buckles and have a round male sliding into a round female, Buckles 2, and they are 1 7/8" at the strap part of the buckle. Hope this helps. I love my rig and I wear it over a shellback plate holder.
    Hans
    on November 1, 2016
    from Maricopa, AZ

    Matthew
    from Texas asked:
    June 11, 2016
    Has anyone tried to low crawl with this rig? Having the pistol magazines on top of the rifle magazines makes it seem like it would be too thick for that.
    2 Answers
    We have not tried this first hand but we will ask other customers to see what they thought of it and we will let you know.
    Customer Service
    on June 13, 2016
    Any chest rig makes it difficult to low crawl. You can preform a low crawl with it, but you just need to be aware of your equipment. I have found this chest rig to be very comfortable and puts needed equipment in the proper place. This chest rig aids in the proper manipulation of your rifle magazines. It also facilitates a proper transition from rifle to pistol presentation. Not to mention proper pistol reloads. In my opinion is would recommend this chest rig to any operational man or woman.
    Charles
    on June 13, 2016
    from Nevada

    Chan
    from VA 22567 asked:
    October 19, 2015
    I was wondering if the rifle pouches will fit 7.62X51 or .308 3rd generation pmags?
    3 Answers
    I don't have those magazines to test fit this with, but i'll reach out to other customers who have purchased this to see if they know for sure.
    Customer Service
    on October 20, 2015
    No. The mag pouches will not fit anything larger than a standard AR15 type magazine. Strike Hard Gear specializes in AK pattern chest rigs but will custom make one for your 308 mags.
    Bob
    on October 20, 2015
    from Pa
    You could definitely fit one but I'm not sure double would fly?
    Chris
    on October 20, 2015
    from Reno NV

    Marshall
    from Canada asked:
    September 5, 2015
    There is only one selection for A-TAC. How do I make sure I select the A-TAC FG?
    1 Answers
    Unfortunately the ATACS FG is a discontinued option in our system here, so the only other available ATACS would be the ATACS AU. Apologize for the confusion with that.
    Customer Service
    on September 9, 2015

    Mike
    from Bakersfield, CA asked:
    April 1, 2015
    What is the A-tac and A-tac FG?
    1 Answers
    The Atacs and Atacs FG would be the 3rd and 4th picture.
    Customer Service
    on April 1, 2015

    David Heath
    from Salisbury North Carolina asked:
    March 3, 2015
    Does this rig include the adjustable Holster already attached.
    1 Answers
    This item does include the mag carriers shown in the photo. it does not feature a holster though for a weapon.
    Customer Service
    on March 3, 2015

    Matt
    from PA asked:
    March 3, 2015
    Will the pistol mags fit a FN5.7 20 round mag?
    2 Answers
    Yes.even 1911 full size
    chengte
    on March 3, 2015
    from Wayne, PA
    Glock 21-45 or FNX-45 fit and even a longer mag than those would fit.
    Michael
    on March 3, 2015
    from Hartwell, GA

    ROBERT
    from Chicago asked:
    January 8, 2015
    WILL THE RIG HOLD 30 ROUND M4 MAGAZINES?
    1 Answers
    yes this rig will hold six M4 mag and six pistol mags so your should fit just fine.
    Customer Service
    on January 8, 2015

    chris
    from iowa asked:
    October 8, 2014
    I'm using the outer carrier armor from GH armor that looks like the uniform will this rig work over my armor.
    1 Answers
    this rig is adjustable in both height and girth so you should be able to get this to adjust to your just fine.
    Customer Service
    on October 8, 2014

    Patrick
    from Sacramento, CA asked:
    September 27, 2014
    I noticed that Condor recently started carrying this item in Kryptek Highlander. Do you plan on adding this color to your selection?
    1 Answers
    we will look to have this color option added to our site. it should be available in about one-two business days for a preorder
    Customer Service
    on September 29, 2014

    Al
    from nashville, tn asked:
    August 26, 2014
    I'm a big guy - 6'1" about 300lb's - will this work for me?
    7 Answers
    Yeah I think so, I'm the exact opposite, 6'1" 140 lbs and when I first put it on it was really big. It'll fit
    Austin
    on August 26, 2014
    from Phoenix, AZ
    I'm 6'3" & about 260+ & the rig fit me fine with plenty of room for outward adjustment if needed.
    Dan
    on August 26, 2014
    from West Haven, CT
    Yes I'm 6'4 300 plenty of room
    jonathon
    on August 26, 2014
    from lexington, SC
    It should work great! I'm an inch shorter and 35lbs heavier and it fits me great! Even works over a plate carrier or jacket.. I was extremely pleased with the quality of the rig! Very solid piece of gear, well constructed, and well thought out...
    Scott
    on August 26, 2014
    from Democratic People's Republic of Maryland
    yes lots of room for adjustment
    Jeral
    on August 27, 2014
    from Angleton, TX
    I am 6'2" and 270 lbs. I am sure this rig will fit you. Works like a charm for me. I don't think you will have any problems and will be pleased with your purchase.
    Gene
    on August 27, 2014
    from Maryland
    Yes it will fit a guy with your build. There is a fair amount of strap adjustment and I was able to make it fit comfortably over my everyday uniform and plate carrier vest.
    Colt
    on August 28, 2014
    from Sundance, WY

    Elliott
    from Fayetteville, NC asked:
    August 17, 2014
    I see the mag pouches are not removable but are the pistol mags removable or is it all fixed in place? I'm using this for actual military use and wanted to know if it's durable enough for that?
    8 Answers
    All mag pouches are sown on. As a Marine infantry veteran, I would say this is plenty durable for standing guard or security operations where you are not climbing walls or low crawling. I have an IFAK added to one side and an admin pouch added to the other. Add a hydration pack and you are good to go.
    Darrin
    on August 18, 2014
    from Auburn, GA
    No, the pistol mags are not removable. Also as a "heads up" as you can see from other responses there is a significant variation in the size of the pistol mag pouches. On my rig the pistol mag pouches are a good fit for double stack 9mm and 40S&W pistol mags but not for single stack 45ACP magazines which just fall out even with the flap pulled over them. This left me wishing that they had included some type of elastic drawstring set up for the pistol mag pouches since the elastic for the rifle mag pouches works really well. Rifle mag pouches fit 30 round AR15 mags well, but not AK mags and I would rate the durability as excellent for a ~$40 rig.
    Kiu
    on August 18, 2014
    from Salt Lake City, UT
    Yes durable enough but pistol mag pouches not removable
    Jeral
    on August 18, 2014
    from Angleton, TX
    Its all fixed in place. As for the durability I think it will hold up just fine, at least thru a few deployments.
    william
    on August 18, 2014
    from Hinesville, GA
    The magazine pistol pouches are attached (sewn on) and not removable. Seems durable and well made but I have not done any prone shooting or crawling. Best wishes to you in your usage!
    Gene
    on August 19, 2014
    from Maryland
    The pistol and rifle mags are attached. The pistol mag covers are adjustable with velcro for different sizes. The buckles are made of plastic, but seem durable. The fabric seems to be of good quality but the stitching is questionable. The product is made in China. I hope this helps.
    Rick
    on August 19, 2014
    from Chicago, IL
    although the pistol mag pouches are not removable the pistol mag pouch covers are removable
    Jeral
    on August 23, 2014
    from Texas
    although pistol mags are not removable the pistol mag pouch covers are
    Jeral
    on August 23, 2014
    from Angleton, TX

    James
    from Katy, TX asked:
    July 23, 2014
    Is it possible to attach a drop leg holster like the Condor Tactical Tornado Tactical Leg Holster on this rig? Will it ride to high?
    1 Answers
    no this holster does not have molle on the back side so it is not able to be attached to your vest. we do apologize.
    Customer Service
    on July 24, 2014

    Jarid
    from NM asked:
    June 4, 2014
    I'm seeing a lot of pictures of this rig and reading a lot of comments of people that use Glocks, so I'm assuming the pistol mag pouches hold those no problem. But my question is how well do single stack 1911 mags fit? And if they do fit well how many can I fit in the pouches provided? Thanks in advance!
    6 Answers
    Great question, they fit my 1911 mags like a glove. I run p mags in the double ar mag pouches and 3 of the 6 pistols pouches hold my 1911 mags perfectly. The other 3 hold a multitool, wire cutters, and a folder. The mag pouches are snug on my 1911 mags, I can't imagine how tight they would be on double stacked flock mags with a full compliment of at pmags. I threw an extra pistol mag pouch on the side with an open to carry my 10round power mags for my 1911 since the cover on the condor rig's pistol pouches gets in the way when using 10rders.
    zachary
    on June 4, 2014
    from Chicago, IL
    The magazine pouches were definitely designed for the glock or similar double stack magazines. I was able to fit 1911 magazines in the pouches. I attempted to get two 1911 magazines per pouch but there was not room. If you need more than 6 1911 magazines on your rig there are Molle loops that would allow you to add extra pouches to the left or right side.
    Robert
    on June 4, 2014
    from McDonough, GA
    Single stack mags would fit fine, just a little loose but, you should be able to double them up and get 12 mags in the holders. 2x6 pouches.
    Jason
    on June 4, 2014
    from Greenwood, IN
    I just fit 12 single stack 7 round magazines without any problems. I only needed to tighten the cover but that didn't take me long to fix. So that's 6 slots with 2 mags each. Now it's time to put my g22 magazines back. Hope this answers your question.
    Francisco
    on June 4, 2014
    from Las Vegas, NV
    I carry a Berretta PX4 9 mil and the mags are fat and fit nice and snug. So you could probably get (2) 1911 mags in each pouch. Everything is adjustable so you can do alot to it. The rig itself is great for the price. There is room for a medic kit and additional mag pouches (molle). Can't beat it for the price. Only thing is that it's a little on the large side. I'm 5'11", 190 lbs and it is a little loose on me when tightened all the way. Still very usable.
    David
    on June 5, 2014
    from Miami
    This will hold single stack 1911 mags without issue. I use the 8 round power mags. You can only get one mag per slot as two singles are wider than one double stack glocks and the pouches are fit for a snug fit on the double stack
    Jon
    on June 6, 2014
    from Brighton, MI

    James
    from Detroit, MI asked:
    May 29, 2014
    Will it limit being able to draw a pistol from the hip?
    14 Answers
    as long as you have this item adjust to your body correctly this should not limit your ability to draw a pistol from your hip.
    Customer Service
    on May 29, 2014
    It might only if you are wearing a high ride holster but then only partially. If you are using g a mid belt or low ride duty holster you will be fine. I plan to use a tactical keg rig primarily and it is best suited for this.
    Johnathon
    on May 29, 2014
    from Arcadia, CA
    This rig will NOT effect your draw from a standard belt/service holster. I wear this rig over my plate carrier and it still functions perfect. I would suggest buying it from another company though. This company is a fucking joke. I ordered a couple pouches to go with it and one came all torn up missing a zipper. I went through the return proccessonly to get NO response. I emailed them, i called. They will send you broken shit and never talk to you again.
    Jesse Croucier
    on May 29, 2014
    from san diego commiefornia
    It can limit the draw from the hip. Shortened the length to accommodate hip draw and have no issues. Great product
    D
    on May 29, 2014
    from Colorado
    For me it does not, if you're a real skinny guy it may. I have a 44" waist and it fits me without wrapping around the sides. For the price I thought it was a decent rig.
    Ed
    on May 29, 2014
    from Wasilla, AK
    No problem with running a hip-mounted pistol as the bottom of the rig sits at about bottom of your rib cage, which can be adjusted up or down. There are about 4 columns of MOLLE on the sides. I'd say that as long as you adjust the rig to fit snug and don't mount any really thick pouches on your pistol side, you should have no trouble with your draw.
    John
    on May 29, 2014
    from Somerset, PA
    Not at all! There's plenty of room between the rig and any hip holster you might own. Even with my beer gut I have plenty of spare room to safely holster and upholster my firearm. Hope this helps. Please you can always send it back.
    Francisco
    on May 29, 2014
    from Las Vegas, NV
    If you wear the rig as is without any molle gear attached you can draw from the hip no problem. However if you add anything bulkier than a single stack mag pouch to the side you may run into problems. I suppose if you wore the rig high enough on your body you'd be fine. Hope this helps.
    Jonathan
    on May 29, 2014
    from Omaha, NE
    As long as you do not put something to big on the molle strips on the right side you should have no problem. I have used it for quals and while teaching a patrol rifle class with no problem.
    Joe
    on May 29, 2014
    from Georgetown, TX
    I'm not sure if its compatible with a gun belt weapon platforms. I purchased this rig as a substitute for a weight vest. It looked like a decent alternative to expensive weight vests. It works well for what I need. I wrapped plastic water bottles with duct tape and filled them with sand. It works great for kettlebell routines, crunches, lunges,... it incorporates well with most exercises. And more importantly, there is no worry about lead exposure.
    Clarence
    on May 29, 2014
    from Northern California
    If you tighten up the straps enough it won't be in the way. Just wear it a little higher and it fine.
    Richard
    on May 29, 2014
    from Martinsburg, WV
    I have a hip holster and have practiced transitioning from a rifle to my pistol (from the hip). I have had no issues whatsoever.
    Liam
    on May 30, 2014
    from Oklahoma
    This chest rig does not interfere with a transition draw from the hip from my blackhawk can SERPS holster. Paddle style. Overall great rig. I would buy again if given the chance. Good value Mike
    mike
    on June 3, 2014
    from Mechanicsburg, PA
    In my case no. I keep a small medic pack on the right side of the rig attached to the molle and it prevents me from wearing a side holster. I use a drop-leg rig. The rig itself is very well made, does everything I want it to do. Not heavy and not uncomfortable. If I were you, I'd get it just based on the price. Hope this helps.
    David
    on June 5, 2014
    from Miami

    Earl
    from St Louis, MO asked:
    January 29, 2014
    Please recommend a RH upright holster for this that will hold a 3" 1911, and or a Springfield XDs
    1 Answers
    TG-H-1911 this item number above is designed for the 1911 and should work fine.
    Customer Service
    on January 29, 2014

    Brandon
    from Platteville, WI asked:
    November 19, 2013
    Is the Tan color like a normal desert tan? The picture I've seen make it look like a very bright brownish/orangish color. The team I'm on requires tan gear so I'm just making sure it's a normal tan before I buy it, not a almost orange kind of tan. Thanks
    11 Answers
    The brown your talking about is coyote brown, but the tan from the chest rig is closer to FDE color, so I think it would work.
    Ron
    on November 19, 2013
    from LV, NV
    The brown your talking about is coyote brown, but the tan from the chest rig is closer to FDE color, so I think it would work.
    Ron
    on November 19, 2013
    from LV, NV
    The rig is a normal desert tan color. The rig is a very well set up item. Some rig's have to much or to little, but this one is just right. I think it would be great for either military or civilian use. As a LEA Instructor I find the item well set up and am very happy to have purchased it, at a very reasonable price. I am also a very big guy and the adjustments are easy to work and have plenty of strap.
    Charlie Hentz
    on November 19, 2013
    from Bangor, Pa.
    Bought the Green One!
    anna
    on November 19, 2013
    from franklin, NC
    I bought this rig. It's a desert tan to me. I wouldn't call it orange-ish in any way. I guess there's no way to tell if its the "right" tan for your team needs, but it looked exactly like I was expecting it to look when I was ordering a desert tan rig.
    Thomas
    on November 19, 2013
    from North Augusta, SC
    I think you should be fine. In my opinion it's a normal tan. I'm sure every manufacturer is a shade off though from the next. It's very quality for the price and I think you'll be satisfied. Anything else is most likely twice the price. I noticed some pics of it online make it seem more orange but mine wasn't that orange..I think it's the camera making it appear that way. We'll good luck and I hope your happy if you decide to purchase!
    Joseph Bila
    on November 19, 2013
    from S Setauket, NY
    The rig is Coyote Tan, it is really what is called "Coyote" the CRY type of greenish tan. It is nowhere near regular Khaki that we all call Tan.
    Jerry
    on November 19, 2013
    from Alabama
    The main fabric is coyote tan, which has a little more brown than desert tan in my opinion. The nylon webbing almost has a light OD green color. I also bought one in OD green and actually like the coyote a lot better. Might not suit your needs though.
    Brandon
    on November 19, 2013
    from Florida
    It's about as normal a tan as I ever had in the Marine Corps. I've got a general purpose pouch and a 1911 holster here.
    Caleb
    on November 19, 2013
    from Bel Aire, KS
    Its slightly darker than Coyote or FDE but works well with multicam and its a natural color.
    Brad
    on November 20, 2013
    from New Mexico
    It's more of a brown color. Some companies call this color "coyote." Hope this helps!
    Gerry
    on November 21, 2013
    from Los Angeles, CA

    Trevor
    August 18, 2013
    does it fit on small guys?
    1 Answers
    Yes, this Condor MCR5 Chest Rig will fit on a small framed person.
    on August 18, 2013

    Brandon
    June 8, 2013
    Is this compatible with the Condor Hydro Harness?
    1 Answers
    Yes, this Condor Chest Rig will work with the Hydro Harness.
    on June 8, 2013

    Sandy
    May 9, 2013
    What is the height and width?
    1 Answers
    The height of the mag pouch portion of this chest rig is 8" tall and it is 20.5" wide.
    on May 9, 2013

    Nathaniel Williamson
    November 8, 2012
    Will the pouches fit AK 47 mags?
    2 Answers
    The pouches on this chest rig will not fit AK mags.
    on November 8, 2012
    I've gotten 6 AK mags in mine. It will not fit tapco unless they're smooth sided. I can fit circle 10's and regular steels. You do have to adjust the bungies and the vest feels like it is just a little too heavy with those mags, so I don't know how it would hold up in the long run. I'm keeping it for my AR15 setup and it is working just great for that.
    Tyson
    on May 7, 2014
    from Tacoma, Wa

    Mike Sleigh
    November 5, 2012
    Are the pouches on this rig removable (do they have Molle straps) such that the rigs pouches can be moved or changed out?
    1 Answers
    The magazine pouches on this Condor chest rig are not removable, they are sewn onto the vest.
    on November 5, 2012

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