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New from BCS: AK47 Chest Rig GRID

Beez Combat Systems’ new AK47 Chest Rig GRID is the first of their products to feature a laser cut PALS grid. The new laser cut grid allows all of the same full coverage MOLLE compatibility found on their previous AK chest rig but with lighter weight and a lower profile – which is saying something considering BCS’ mag pouch design is internal to the rig and already very low profile.


  • Laser cut compatible for user configuration.
  • Unique over sized elastic pull tabs
  • 2″shoulder webbing with 1″ buckles on the rig.
  • Quick release shoulder and waist buckles.
  • Full length interior pocket.
  • H-harness.
  • Standard or Pull-forward Lat strap design


  • 1000 denier Cordura and ACRONYM
  • MIL-Spec thread and velcro.
  • Made in the USA.


You can read more about the new AK47 Chest Rig GRID on the BCS Blog. They are available now to purchase at BeezCombatSystems.com.

Beez Combat Systems ECP

The new Beez Combat Systems ECP or Extreme Concealable Plate Carrier is now available to fit SAPI and ESAPI plates. Everything about this carrier has been scrutinized to make it light and concealable.

The plate pockets are constructed from 500D Cordura Nylon. The shoulder straps lay completely flat with no buckles or other hardware to increase bulk. The adjustable, 4″ wide elastic cummerbund fits close to the wearer and may be secured even further with optional security flaps (shown). Even the design of the plate pockets themselves help create a smoother transition from the edges of the plate to the upper chest of the wearer to further conceal the presence of armor.

The ECP also features a loop material field for displaying ID or other patches. It is designed for plates ranging from .75″ to 1.25″ thick and is available in multiple sizes based the size of the armor plates. Check out the ECP at BeezCombatSystems.com.

BCS Adds Navy Blue Option for Selected Plate Carriers

Beez Combat Systems already offers one of the widest array of color and camo pattern options in the tactical nylon business. Now they are offering Navy Blue on selected plate carriers for first responders. The Plate Carrier MOLLE II is one such example.

Navy Blue Plate Carrier Cumber left Front BALCS SWAT Navy blue left front


Beez Combat Systems (BCS) has introduced a full coverage SWAT armor carrier that uses BALCS cut soft armor. The carrier has attachment points for neck, DAPS (shoulder/deltoid), and groin protection which can be included at the time of purchase. BCS claims this is the lightest and lowest profile SWAT carrier on the market thanks in part to 500D Cordura nylon construction.

The BALCS SWAT Carrier is available at Beez Combat Systems in MultiCam, MultiCam Black, Coyote, Khaki, Ranger Green, OD, and Black.

BCS-BALCS-SWAT-Armor-Carrier-multicam-front BCS-BALCS-SWAT-Armor-Carrier-multicam-back

BCS Adds Multicam Alpine to Chest Rig Line

Beez Combat Systems is now offering Multicam Alpine across their entire line of chest rigs. If where you are right now, looks anything like where I am right now, this could be useful news.

Check out the BCS Chest Rig line.


BCS Updates BALCS Carrier Cumber, Adds Multicam Black

Beez Combat Systems has been busy. They just completed an update to their BALCS Carrier Cumber and they have added Multicam Black as an option across their entire line.

BALCS Cumber Body Armor Carrier Multicam Black left side angle mags

The new BALCS Carrier Cumber accepts BALC SPEARS cut soft armor and SAPI, ESAPI, Swimmers, and rectangular cut plates. It has the hardware and mounting points necessary to be compatible with attachable chest rigs and panels like BCS’ own TLMP. The new kangaroo pouch deign allows the user to carry 2 AR-15 magazines without the need for an aftermarket insert. The elastic inner cummerbund keeps the carrier tight to the user while the outer carrier features PALS coverage inside and out for modularity. The BALCS Carrier Cumber is rounded out with loop Velcro fields for patches and ID, a reinforced drag handle, and adjustable shoulders.

Check out the Beez Combat Systems BALCS Carrier Cumber.

BCS Low Vis BALCS Carrier

The Beez Combat Systems (BCS) Low Vis BALCS Carrier (LVBC) is now available. As the name implies, this carrier is designed around SPEARS BALCS cut soft armor. It boasts features like a front kangaroo pouch that can carry 2 rifles magazines and an admin organizer for pens and similar items. The upper chest has vertical webbing for use with QASM buckles to accept mountable chest rigs. The internal plate pockets can accept SAPI cut, Swimmer Cut, or rectangle plates.


The LVBC is also a showcase for BCS’s new Elastic Cummerbund 3 Cell which serves to carry magazines, radios, TQs, and other gear that fits its versatile elastic pouches while minimizing the profile of those items due to their placement. The cummerbund is designed to be widely compatible with a number of carriers and is available separately for those who want to retrofit their existing carriers.

Beez Combat Systems BALCS LVBC RANGER GREEN Left side

Special Pricing on ABU Plate Carrier Cumber from BCS

ABU-Plate-Carrier-Cumber-FrontIf you are part of the U.S. Air Force Security Forces or if you are just looking for a great deal on a plate carrier, take note. Beez Combat Systems (BCS) has 50 of their Plate Carrier Cumbers in ABU camo that they are selling for 25% off when you use the code AIMHIGH50.

This carrier has all the same features and quality as BCS’ regular Plate Carrier Cumber. It features Cordura nylon construction, a removable outer cummerbund, reinforced drag handle, plenty of PALS webbing, comms and hydration routing points, and more. These are made by hand in the USA and at less than $130 after coupon, its a steal.

Check out the ABU Plate Carrier Cumber at BCS.

BCS Russian Import Sanctions AK-47 Chest Rig Sale

Does the recent import ban on various Russian manufactured weapons have you down? Beez Combat Systems wants to cheer you up with special pricing on their 5 Mag AK-47 Chest Rig. It is currently available for 20% off the normal price and no up charge for the camo pattern of your choice. You can even add a padded harness at a special price.

Check out the special pricing on the BCS 5 Mag AK-47 Chest Rig.


Review: Beez Combat Systems TLMP

It is becoming increasingly common for plate carriers to have the capability to attach various chest rigs and panels to the front plate pocket. This type of set up allows the wearer to purchase a mostly slick plate carrier (PC) which they can scale up, scale down, or configure for different weapons by simply swapping the chest rig or panel.

Beez Combat System’s (BCS) Tactical Load Mount Platform (TLMP) is one such panel that is designed for these plate carrier set ups. BCS spent a lot of time designing a lot of versatility into these panels and it shows.



The TLMP is constructed from 1000D Cordura Nylon and is offered in 17 different color/camo options! It can be had in 4 different configurations based on the number and type of magazines you need to carry: 3 AR mags, 4 AR mags, 3 AK mags, and 4 AK mags.

The subject of this review is the 3 AR mag version of the TLMP. It has three of the integrated magazine pouches that BCS is known for arrayed across the panel. Unlike most pouches of this type, the pouches are completely independent and there is no way for stowed mags to contact each other. Each pouch has a removable/adjustable bungee retainer with pull tab.

BCS TLMP Pouches

The front of the TLMP has a large 8 column by 3 row PALS webbing field. There is an integrated, hook and loop secured map pouches in the body of the TLMP.

You should be able to adapt the TLMP to just about any PC with a Velocity Systems/Mayflower R&C style attachment system. It features 2 vertical straps with plenty of excess webbing to adjust the height for use with the QASM buckles found on the front plate pocket of compatible PCs. There are 2 diagonal webbing loops at the top corners of the TLMP for use with a chest rig harness. There are 3 webbing loops on each side (6 total) for use with SwiftClips or a similar solution. Finally, the TLMP features a hook material field on the back to minimize unwanted movement on compatible PCs.

Observations from Use

As with everything from BCS that I have laid hands on, the TLMP is well made. Every place that webbing is joined to the body of the TLMP has large box stiches or heavy bar tacks when a box stitch is not possible. Due to the design of there mag pouch, the TLMP is at least 2 layers of 1000D Cordura nylon thick in all wear areas. The overall impression is that it will last for a long, long time.

BCS TLMP Mounted

I used the TLMP on the front of a Velocity System LWPC most of the time and found it to be a great fit for that PC. It also worked well on my Mayflower R&C APC though that PC lacks the loop field on the cummerbund flap to secure it as well as it could be. I also used buckles from my spares box and Mayflower R&C H-harness to adapt the TLMP into a stand alone chest rig. It is simply a matter of threading on the correct hardware. You can configure it a number of ways with just a few repair buckles.

I prefer a fairly deep magazine pouch so that there is some retention even if the bungee retainer is not in use. BCS never disappoints me here. Their pouches are deep enough to retain mags fairly aggressively even with the bungee retain in place. If you have ever lost or broken a retainer, you can appreciate that. They are actually deep enough that they work pretty well for PMAG 40s.

The design of BCS’s mag pouch necessitates that this panel will be a bit wider than most 3 mag shingles but it is still a near perfect fit for the cummerbund flap found on all my PCs. While it may be wider, the pouch design always makes their gear feel slimmer and lower in profile. This design also creates a single, uninterrupted PALS field on the front of the panel.

There are a lot of different webbing loops projecting out from the TLMP. I would suggest using it a few times to figure out which mounting options work best for you and then trimming off the attachment points that you won’t use or securing them out of the way with tape or zip ties.


Here is a tip for those of you who like to use a chest rig or panel’s integral map pouch as a sort of admin pouch. The TLMP comes with a very nice cover for the hook field on the back. I usually just store it in the map pouch when it I don’t need it. However, if you will need to access the map pouch frequently, you can use the cover to block the hook and loop closure that it can be opened quickly and quietly.

Wrap Up

The TLMP is well made, offers a ton of PALS real estate, and very adaptable. Check out the TLMP at Beez Combat Systems.

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