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ATS MCH Hydration Carrier
ATS MCH Hydration Carrier
ATS MCH Hydration Carrier


List Price: $39.50
Our Price: $37.50
CB, MC and RG are 500D.

Product Code: 1SK.157



ATS MCH Hydration Carrier

The ATS MCH Hydration Carrier is designed specifically to integrate with the ATS H-Harness found on ATS modular chest harnesses. To cut weight dramatically, the MCHHC is constructed of 500 denier DuPont Cordura nylon. The unit weighs just eight ounces. This narrow footprint carrier will hold up to a three liter (103 ounce) reservoir. The MCHHC measures just seven inches wide by seventeen inches long. A Velcro and snap closed hanger attaches the MCHHC to the H-harness, while channels for the waist strap at the lower end of the carrier allow for height adjustment. A grommet in the bottom allows for drainage. Discussions with war fighters brought ATS to the conclusion that the PALS webbing normally found on hydration carriers was almost never used to secure load carrying equipment. To adjust for this, ATS incorporated a daisy chain of elastic cord on the face of the carrier, to secure layered items of clothing and the like. The length of the cord is adjustable by an ITW/Nexus Toaster Cord Lock. The MCHHC is available in Multicam, Coyote Brown, Ranger Green, and black. Like all ATS gear, itís covered by a lifetime warranty.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Amazing Concept November 10, 2010
Reviewer: Jason Curtice from Logan Township, NJ United States  
I'm sure most guys who have run chest rigs run into the strap stacking problem. After you put on your rig, water, and sling your rifle it just becomes a mess of straps that can interfere with your weapon's stock.

This product takes away one of those sets of straps by allowing you to attach your water right on to a variety of popular chest rigs. I run mine attached to an ATS padded harness and its great. My friend runs one of the standard ATS harness and has no complaints either.

It makes me wonder why someone didn't mass produce this concept earlier.

If you are thinking about buying one, just do it, you won't be disappointed.

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