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[WTS] Home-sewn Plate Carrier - Multicam (pic heavy!)

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Attention: I am from Austria (Europe). The below mentioned price includes shipping to the US, which usually takes 10-15 days. You can also pay in USD via Paypal.

Hey guys. I am selling my first home sewn plate carrier. It is just a prototype and therefore has some shortcomings. It is however an overall great high quality "made in Austria" plate carrier.

Price: 150$

materials used:

- Genuine 500 Denier Cordura from Brookwoods, IRR & DWR

- Original Multicam Webbing, imported from the US

- Alterfil thread - made in Germany thread which melts together after being ironed, which makes it virtually impossible to open


It's features:

- Takes Small SAPI plates, should also take 10"x12" plates



As you can see with the S SAPI there is still some room. I do not have any 10"x12" plates to try with, so I can't guarantee they fit.

- zigzag stiches on spots with a lot of tear


- X seams on velcro


- triple stiched + zigzag'd PALS webbing


- adjustable shoulder straps and adjustable elastic cummerbund


- slanted velcro with pull tabs for easy opening


- Front: detachable padding, back: sewn in (wanted to try both methods :P)





- detachable shoulder pads



- removable foam in cummerbund


- big solid Multicam velcro space for Patches, V-Lite, PTT, etc.


- small velcro space on the back


Now, here are the shortcomings:

- right shoulder strap folded a bit


- some unpleasant stiching



- inverted velcro on one shoulder pad... *facepalm*

Now this is how it looks on me (6', 145lbs)

So as you can see it's more for the skinnier/smaller airsofters, the adjustment possibilities are however similar to the LBT 6094a.

Edited by skyhound

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