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Old 02-08-2013, 02:11 AM   #1
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I bought a chest rig for a class I'm going to take. The class requires one. I use an AK so that's what I'm using it for. Here it is:
My question centers on the magazine retention tabs. I'm talking about these:
How do they retain mags when one side goes through loops and then just dangles in the mag pouch?
The obvious thing to do would be to knot them together so they don't pull out when you pull the tab but I want to make sure this is what you are supposed to do.
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:30 PM   #2
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Sorry I help you there, Indy, but allow me to make a couple of observation if I may

1st, I'm guessing you aren't married or that Ducati would have been sold and the money spent on more practical things like pillow shame, guest towels, and window treatments.


B, from the last photo, it looks like you probably have the one handed brassier release down pretty well.

Hell,don't worry about the mags!
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Just do whatever seems natural. It's hard to get one of those things on wrong.
When you go home, tell them of us and say:

"For your tomorrow, we gave our today."
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Married for 12 years and with 2 daughters, thank you very much. And 2 Ducati in the garage. I'm the poorest Ducati owner there is so don't be impressed. One is a 1995 and the other 2005. I have to donate plasma and eat PB&J for months to afford basic maintenance. I was firm on my bike ownership, and golfing, prior to marriage so she knows she can't push me to sell. I'd send her packing.
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