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Extreme Gear Labs AK-47 Belt Pouch

Extreme Gear Labs has been working on a new belt mounted pouch for AK-47 shooters. The pouch manages to look like a vintage piece of of AK kit but it is thoroughly modern in materials and design.

The EGL AK-47 Belt Pouch is designed to mount on a typical loop backed shooters or rigger belt (1.75-2.00″ wide). The open top pouches accept .308 KYWIs inserts which serve to retain the magazine. The use a large bucket type pouch with a hard liner is a great way to retain an AK magazine as their lugs tend to tear up pouches that fit directly against the magazine.


Artistry in Velcro – Extreme Gear Labs

Extreme Gear Labs has been making thoughtfully designed, well built gear for a long, long time. So, it shouldn’t surprise anyone when they whip up this kind of craftsmanship and detail.

No Woodland print loop Velcro? No problem… EGL just makes their own.

PHLster Skeleton: Official Holster of the EGL VOCR

Extreme Gear Labs has announced that the PHLster Skeleton Holster is now the first holster to be officially approved for use with their VOCR chest rigs. The VOCR is designed to accept holsters in both its GP pouches or in its back panel and the Skeleton will work in either location. While the VOCR can accept a variety of holsters, the Skeleton holsters have been vetted to work particularly well in this format.

egl phlster skeleton EGL VOCR


Extreme Gear Labs has a fresh take on the classic claymore bag. Their new 2 Lid CLAYMOARRR Bag offers a ton of functionality and modern features in a bag that still stays true to its roots.


The original claymore bags had two pouches that shared a single lid. The EGL CLAYMOARRR has two lids, one for each of the front pouches, that can be used independently. The lids are secured with side release buckles along with hook and loop. The hook and loop can be blocked so that only the buckles secure the lids. There is also a large document pouch behind the iconic front pouches.

The bag boasts plenty of organization potential. It has PALS webbing on the top and sides of each of the front pouches. The two front pouches are loop lined so that you can add any hook backed pouch you want for small item organization.

The bag is secured to the wearer via a 2″ shoulder strap and there are loops for adding a waist strap.

Check out EGL on their website and their Facbeook page.

VOCR/D3CR Tool Carry Back Panel

Extreme Gear Labs cooked up another useful extension for their Variable Objective Chest Rig (VOCR) and the HSP D3CR. The Tool Carry Back Panel serves two purposes. First, it covers the hook Velcro field on the back of the chest rig when it is not docked on a plate carrier. Second, it can be used to carry EMT shears, a Benchmade Rescue Hook, a marker, or whatever other tools you can fit.

vocr tool carry backpanel

EGL Drop-in VOCR Hydrobag

The VOCR, or Variable Objective Chest Rig, from Extreme Gear Labs (EGL) is already one of the most expandable chest rigs on the market. There are a host of available accessories for it and its derivatives like the HSP D3CR. The latest addition to the line up is the Drop-in VOCR Hydrobag which adds hydration capability to any VOCR, D3CR, or Mayflower R&C chest rig harness.

Visit the EGL Facebook page for details.

EGL VOCR Hydro Bag

EGL Modular Expansion Panel

egl_mxpExtreme Gear Labs (EGL) has released their latest expansion option, the Modular Expansion Panel (MXP), for their VOCR series of chest rigs along with the HSP D3CR and similar chest rigs. The MXP is a quick detachable MOLLE panel that attaches via 3 side release buckles to the hook Velcro panel on the back of the chest rig.

The panel features 5 columns and 2 rows of vertically oriented PALS webbing on one side and 2 columns and 5 rows of horizontally oriented PALS webbing on the other. This allows the user to mount a variety of pouches in either vertical or horizontal orientation.

EGL continues to expand the usefulness and functionality of their chest rigs. Check out their Facebook page for more details.

Knockoff HSP D3CRs

Be advised, there are several knockoff HSP D3CRs on the market. Extreme Gear Labs recently posted images of one of them and the materials and workmanship is extremely insufficient for this type of gear. The problems include mismatched buckles, undersized pockets and flaps, cheap materials with little structure or durability, and insufficient stitch count. If you are in the market for a D3CR, be wary and buy from an authorized dealer.

HSP D3CR Knockoff 1 HSP D3CR Knockoff 2 HSP D3CR Knockoff 4 HSP D3CR Knockoff 3

EGL Loop Front VOCR

Extreme Gear Labs’ VOCR (Variable Objective Chest Rig) is now available in a new Loop Front configuration. This loop front version has tremendous potential with the advent of Velcro backed shotgun shell cards like those from Esstac, Raven Concealment, and HSGI. These cards can be placed on the chest rig and then swapped onto the receiver of the shotgun as needed.

Check out Extreme Gear Labs.

EGL Loop Front VOCR

EGL Porker Chest Rig Interface Kit

There is a lot of merit to the concept of layering your gear and especially to having the ability to dock a chest rig to your armor carrier but not all armor carriers are set up to do this. That is where the EGL Porker Chest Rig Interface Kit comes in.

EGL Porker Components

The EGL Porker Chest Rig Interface Kit consists of everything you need to dock chest rigs like the HSP D3CR, Mayflower R&C Chest Rigs, and the EGL VOCR to just about any armor carrier that has PALS webbing on the upper part of the front plate pocket. Ther heart of the kit is a compact admin pouch that mounts to a 2 column by 6 row PALS field via MALICE Clips. It has a female side release buckle on each side that serve as the top docking point for the chest rig.

EGL Porker 1

The kit also includes hook Velcro panels that can be staged on your PC to accept the hook Velcro on the back of the chest rig and 4 adjustable side attachment straps to secure the sides of the chest rig. The Velcro panels are secured with MALICE Clips and the side attachment straps are secured with ITW G-Hooks which makes them very easy to attach and remove from the armor carrier.

Check out the Extreme Gear Labs Facebook Page for more details.

EGL Porker 2

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