If you’re not using them already, why would you need them?
Well, you may want to mount a chest rig on your PC. It’s becoming more and more common: have a couple of ‘placards’ ready built, and if you use something like a Velocity Systems SCARAB Light, you’re golden.
Even Crye put anchor points on its revamp of the JPC – the JPC 2.0 – so that a chest rig could be easily integrated.
So here’s the product…
Each pair of QASM connectors comes merchandised in a paper envelope.
Down Range Gear uses great quality ITW hard wear, attached to a webbing ribbon.
The webbing ribbon folds over and locks into the business end of the clip. It’s basically a way of hanging a female Fastex clip off PALS webbing, or equivalent.
Now, as I said earlier, something like a JPC 2.0 – and most modern PCs – already have the facilities to do what I’m going to do next, but I didn’t have an older model PC to hand. So, you may need to suspend your disbelief…
I’ve inserted QASMs into the bib’s PALS webbing at the appropriate height to mount a chest rig.
I’ve then locked the webbing ribbon into the opposite end of the QASM.
Next, the chest rig’s male Fastex clips are docked with the QASMs.
It’s that easy.