GBRS Group has entered into their second generation of the Assaulter Belt System with the new GBRS Assaulter Belt System V2.
GBRS Group states “The GBRS GROUP Assaulter Belt System V2, was designed and developed by Tier One Operators and made in USA by LBT INC, to fulfill the needs and requirements of Special Operators, Military, Law Enforcement and those that demand the most from their equipment.
Most operator or gun outer belts use multiple layers of rigid materials sewn together with a lightweight and flimsy webbing or binding material to attach equipment to.
This typically results in an uncomfortable and overly thick belt with the equipment being secured to a loose and sloppy field.
The GBRS GROUP Assaulter Belt System utilizes a 2 layer outer belt to create a lightweight, flexible yet rigid and stable platform to attach equipment, holsters and accessories.
This is done by using Type 13, 1-23/32” belt webbing (7000 lbs tensile strength) as the base, with a field of PALS webbing, laser cut from a semi rigid woven thermo-polymer (patent pending).
This ensures that your equipment is always secured to something rigid, while allowing the belt to remain lightweight and comfortable.
To round it off, we double “W” stitch the webbing to a load rated, 1.75” Austrialpin Cobra buckle with a D-ring for attaching helo lanyards and other equipment.
The outer belt has an inner facing of “loop” style Velcro, to attach to a low profile “hook” inner belt.
We did this because hook should never be worn towards body, especially in such a high wear area (belt line).
The inner belt system is actually 2 part. It consists of a low profile “hook” inner belt and a “shroud” to cover the inner belt when the outer Assault belt is not in use.
This results in a system that not only doubles as a non-metallic EDC belt, but it is a comfortable and convenient way to cover the scratchy hook portion of the inner belt.
When the outer belt is needed, simply remove the inner belt shroud and attach the outer Assaulter belt to the inner belt.”
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