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Warsensor Tactical C.Q.B. M.O.L.L.E. Vest
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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $50

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Warsensor Tactical C.Q.B. M.O.L.L.E. Vestís modular design is unique in the market , you can switch different pouches and pods for special missions. Itís not just a vest, itís an equipment with your personality integrated.

THIS VEST KITS INCLUDE: C.Q.B. VEST BODY, 50 Rd. Double Pod Pouch, ID Card Pouch

* All MOLLE SYSTEM. Any MOLLE system can be attached in the front or backside of this vest.
* Use 100% high strength straps. It has YKK Buckle.
* The front side, 100% high strength nylon net, manufactured with military level materials, which will fulfill user's strict need.
* There are MOLLE straps on the front and back of the vest, on the bottom of the vest the user can attach any kind of belt.
* There are two inner layers for maps or documents, inner layer for hydration system on the back.
* It's easy to adjust vest size by shoulder adjustment.

Available Color: BLACK, ACU
Product Availability 
The Warsensor Tactical C.Q.B. M.O.L.L.E. Vest is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Rypper572 Friday, May 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
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More than 5 years
Products Used:
UTG Woodland Vest - Obviously less gear choice flexibility, but it holds ALOT of paint, and is cheap.
Marker Setup: Marker #1 - Phantom VSC - Green camo ano by CCI with armson OEG sight ("sniper" rifle)

Marker #2 - SP Ion with Deadlywind stinkops body, JCS folding stock, Deadlywind Wispur barrel or Apex/Python compression barrel, combo foregrip/bipod, L7 bolt, SP 360 QEV, V***** board, VP Scythe trigger, Egg3, 40mm red dot sight, and Evil detonator reg (Light support weapon)

Marker #3 - Tippman E-grip A5 with JCS folding stock, and Python compression kit with 2" barrel cap (total barrel length - 3.75"!!), R5 loader, and PMI Pure energy regulator (CQB beastie)

Marker #4 - SP Ion with Powerlyte 07 blue body, V***** board, Warrior SL2 bolt, Evil Detonator reg, SP 360 QEV, Check-It Drop forward, Stiffie 1 Piece .691 barrel with Python compression Kit, and Deadlywind trigger ("tourney" gun)

Marker #5 - Palmer Typhoon Right Feed/Back Bottle (my baby)

Marker #6 - Brass Eagle Rainmaker 98 - select fire - totally stock with eagleworks barrel (the only good thing that brass eagle ever did)

Marker #7 - nonfunctional but complete Pneumatic Designs Storm (circa 1992) with 14" AA SP barrel. (my first marker, and still a sentimental favorite)


Twin Tac-8's for kicks and giggles
Strengths: Light
Flexible (both structurally, and in design)
Different than other vests
Weaknesses: Not as much carrying capacity
Molle is kind of a pain.
Review: Overall, a good vest with flexibility. The vest is very comfortable, and is actually comfortable under ghillie (I use a Cabela's Leafy-Tee shirt sized 3 sizes too big and matching pants)

Obviously can't hold as much gear as a standard MOLLE vest, but holds a significant variety of gear, and if you get the 2.5L hydration pack, can increase the MOLLE space that you have for your back.

I use it to house a Tac-8 and 2 tiberius mags, in addition to having a Ronin Elite Stock harness attached (via very ghetto safety pins) to the back. This all fits under the above mentioned ghille with minimal muss and fuss.

On the other hand, there is a mind boggling number of adjustible straps (which i guess is also a good thing) but it can get a bit overwhelming ;)

Conclusion: Overall a light and flexible vest with good low profile depending on your individual configuration.
9 out of 10
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