The Assaulter's System has 2 Scorpion Softshell Pistol and 2 Scorpion Softshell Rifle magazine carriers arranged side by side. These carriers attach to the included Operator's Belt via our new R2 & P2 clips. Additionally the System includes; 1 RTI Rotating Belt mount and 1 All New Optimal Drop pistol platform with leg strap attached. Each component comes with, and secures to the belt using the appropriate G-Code Static-Grip mounting accessory. Additionally this system includes our GSG015 med pouch. Likewise; any G-Code RTI compatible holster or other pouch components will work in conjunction with and can be added to your scheme.
ALL G-Code CONTACT series belt systems come with and incorporate the NEW Operator's Belt. This belt is a dual belt system that incorporates a lightweight inner belt with outward facing loop pile. This inner belt is intended to be worn by weaving through the trouser loops and secures with a low profile buckle. The outer belt is lined with a mating hook material and secures, outside the trouser loops to the inner belt. Together they form a solid, comfortable, low profile, load bearing system. Additionally, this system combines with G-Code's new R2 / P2 clips and ˝Static-Grip˝ mounting accessories that lock the placement of your carry items to the belt.
Now users can choose the inner belt type that effectively works for them. Your options include the normal loop lined velcro belt system as well as the new padded inner belt option.
Holster sold separately.
These belts are all Cordura wrapped and the RTI Med Pouch comes standard with a black anodized RTI hanger.
When buying a belt, it is important to select the correct size based upon an accurate measurement. Your belt size is not the same as your pant or waist size; because your belt goes around you and your pants, tucked in shirt, and your underwear. Your belt size is usually 1 or 2 inches larger than your pant or waist size. G-CODE belts are primarily designed as an outer load bearing belt to carry your holster, magazine carriers, blow-out kit and any other essential items needed. G-CODE belts can also be worn in your belt loops just to hold your pants up. That in mind to get a proper measurement for your belt size using a tape measure, measure around what you will be wearing to determine what size belt you will need in inches. G-CODE Belts are measured by the actual usable length of the belt inside circumference, with a 4 inch adjustment parameter. Example a Large belt inside minimum circumference is 36 inches and can be adjusted out to 40 inches. If your measurement is between 36 and 40 inches you will need a Large.