Discover the ultimate Modular Enhanced Armor Plate Carrier (MEAC)
Designed by U.S. Veterans
Chase Tactical’s Modular Enhanced Armor Plate Carrier (MEAC) is a light weight plate carrier that works with any set of hard armorr plates and soft armor backers. The triple magazine front panel is secured with Velcro into the carrier and will fit 3 – 30 round 5.56mm magazines. The internal mag pouch is removable allowing you to use the pocket as an admin pouch.
The MEAC has built in padded and fully adjustable shoulder straps. The tops of the shoulder straps have both nylon webbing and elastic webbing for mounting and routing tourniquets, hydration tubes, radio antennas, handsets, comm wires, V Lites, and strobe lights. Spacer mesh is used on the inside of the Modular Enhanced Armor Plate Carrier (MEAC) for increased breathability and comfort. Matching Velcro loop covers the upper front and back portions of the carrier for any size Velcro placards. Strong drag handle that Velcro’s down and out of the way when not in use.
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- Removable cummerbund with Mil-Spec Velcro
- Interchangeable cummerbund system
- Fully adjustable & padded shoulder straps
- Strong drag handle that Velcro’s down
- Spacer mesh for comfort & breathability
- Large Velcro area for placards
- Made with Mil-Spec IR Treated 500D Cordura
- Mil-Spec IR Treated Webbing
- All our Fabrics, Webbing, and Plastic Hardware are treated at source to deliver the lowest I.R. Signature possible.
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