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This FCS plate carrier carries "platebags" as standard, but we liked that instead of carrying plastic dummy plates imitating the SAPI Plate Set these are made of foam, which are much more comfortable, being softer and slightly lighter.
In order to understand the FCS configuration, we are going to divide it into its three main elements and explain each one of them. The main element of this EmersonGear plate carrier is its complete MK3 chest rig except for the structure of the straps that would be used to carry it as such.
The set up that they suggest would include:
1 - The main box of the MK3 chest rig which is divided into two pockets, one main and one secondary.
2 - Three sets of inserts: for three AK, three AR15 and two DMR magazines.
3 - An individual cover to be able to create an admin pocket in the secondary pocket.
4 - A dangler type pouch.
The front plate (A) consists of a female Velcro panel in which we can glue both the ends of the cummerbund and the clippable panels thanks to the female clips that we have on the upper part of the plate. Among these clips there is a laser cut female Velcro panel to be able to put patches or pouches. On the back plate (B) there is a Velcro panel on the upper part with laser cut molle and a Velcro panel on the lower part to be able to attach the cummerbund.