Black BALCS LVR (Low Vis Rig) Body Armor Carrier – In Action
Written by Beez
May 14, 2013 – 7:01 am

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BALCS LVR Low Vis Rig standing

The BALCS LVR (Low Vis Rig) was released just a few weeks ago and we are already seeing the LVR put to use. The BALCS LVR body armor carrier was designed around the popular BALCS cut body armor. This new body armor carrier system provides a scalable way for BALCS cut armor users to go from low profile to a fully loaded outer tactical vest.

BALCS LVR Low Vis Rig ready

BALCS LVR low vis rig chest rig bib

 

The chest rig bib supports a 4 mag configuration and available for AR or AK mags. The bib is connect to the BALCS LVR with two buckles on the chest and one on each side. The hook velcro on the inside of the bib allows the user to quickly attach it to the carrier. Which allow the sides to be connected when the situation permits. The hook velcro adds mag stability and prevents the bib from moving. The bib has three connection points on each side and an internal pocket for additional item storage.

BALCS LVR Low Vis Rig side elastic

The 4” fully adjustable heavy duty elastic sides provide the right amount of expansion and contraction. A carrier that is worn too tight or rigid can prevent air supply to your lungs and not allow a proper shooting position. 4” loop velcro extends around the entire carrier for maximum waist elastic adjustment.

BALCS LVR Low Vis Rig back

The back of the LVR has a reinforced drag handle and molle webbing for the attachment of a hydration carrier or pouches.

BALCS LVR Low Vis Rig prone

The BALCS LVR (Low Vis Rig) is a state-of-art , low profile, modular tactical vest designed for the BALCS cut armor that allows the user modular capabilities while maintaining flexibility for mission specific needs.

The LVR is available in: Multicam, A-TACS AU, A-TACS FG, Kryptek Highlander, Kryptek Mandrake, Coyote, Khaki, Ranger Green, Woodland, ABU, ACU, and Black.

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