Light and durable, Rothco’s Plate Carrier Vest (PCV) is MOLLE (Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment) compatible and specifically designed to provide ballistic security with four armor pocket inserts for the plate (armor plates are not included).
Bulletproof clothing (often known as simply bulletproof) is a piece of personal protection that can absorb or deflect the impact of weapons or bullets. They are composed of many layers of laminated or woven fibers that are designed to slow down the speed of bullets, disperse them and stop them.
There’s no doubt that any person working in law security, private security, or anyone else who is worried about their security should have an appropriate ballistic vest. The issue isn’t whether or not you should get one; it’s about which one is the best fit for your specific scenario. Bulletproof vests provide a variety of benefits that make them useful when faced with danger.
What Is A Molle Vest?
A MOLLE vest serves as a tactical garment made for the toughest conditions, most difficult terrain, and in situations in which one has to be tactically skilled. MOLLE means “Modular Lightweight Load-Carrying Equipment” It’s pronounced the same way as Molly. Molly is an absolute popular choice by self-defense enthusiasts the world across the globe.
MOLLE is so well-known because of its modularity. It permits a wearer to decide what equipment they’ll carry and precisely where the rig on their chest will be placed. If the wearer of the MOLLE vest is left-handed, they can set their flashlight, weapon, or radio at the comfiest place that is possible. Law enforcement, military as well as private security as well as fire departments also use MOLLE as part of their gear.
How A Molle Vest Works
MOLLE is a system that stitches thick nylon fabric panels into tactical vests, bags, and backpacks. The durable loops provide great flexibility to users to connect their equipment to the locations that best suit their requirements.
The majority of MOLLE attachments utilize their SlickStick system. It threads through MOLLE loops, allowing them to align in the manner you prefer, and then snaps on. Based on the dimensions and the type of MOLLE pouch, holster, or another piece of equipment, there could be several attachment points.
Black Bulletproof Vest Plate Carrier that comes with MOLLE as well as soft armor inserts, Level IIIA. This model meets NIJ Standard-0101.06 in Ballistic resistance in Body Armor. Manufactured in 2021. The dimensions are large. The vest is equipped with places for plates (which aren’t included).
Who Uses The Molle System?
It is a special gear-carrying system that is compatible alongside body armor as well as plates for tactical use, MOLLE is suitable for any job, whether it’s security, military, or personal use. For civilians, it is extremely useful for a variety of tasks like camping, hunting, and even in-range bags.
This gear system for tactical use is ideal in general backpacking, hiking as well as carrying your bug-out bag ( BOB) as well as other kinds of survival equipment.
Benefits Of Using The Molle System
MOLLE is a great system for carrying equipment. MOLLE system is beneficial in ensuring an even distribution of equipment within the body vehicle, allowing users to carry more gear that’s simple to reach, without harming mobility.
PALS to attach gear are not used with MOLLE systems but they can also be fitted to belts, vests, and chest rigs that utilize the same modular component system for attachment and carrying equipment.
In the mid-50s, the military decided to replace the APL-LIGHT Individual Carrying Equipment (ALICE) device which was also a PALS that was in use in some way in conjunction with a MOLLE I technology. It was replaced nearly immediately by MOLLE II. There are still a few branches of the military that utilize the ALICE system that was originally in use however, they are beginning to switch to the more modern and more efficient MOLLE system.
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