Warrior Assault Systems debuted their equipment in A-TACS AU at the 2012 IWA Expo and Outdoor Classics in Germany. Now they have introduced the A-TACS FG Camo pattern to the mix with their DCS DA 5.56 Plate Carrier as seen below. We have provided their complete release below.
|A-TACS FG DCS Plate Carrier - Warrior Assault Systems|
New from UK-based Warrior Assault Systems in A-TACS FG Camo, The DCS (Dynamic Combat System) is a lightweight, low profile system which is rugged, yet ergonomically designed to provide exceptional comfort and functionality. Designed with direct input from active S.F. Operators the DCS is suitable for both Special Forces requirements, and PSD Operations. The DCS can hold large size plates front and Back, and has the ability to carry either “6 x 6″ or “6 x 8″ side plates. NEXUS N.I.J. Level 3a Front, Back and Side Armour can also be used with I.C.W. style Plates and for additional protection against I.E.D.s armour carrier, with removable sides.
The shoulders are fully adjustable and have an Emergency Release on one side which frees the left hand side shoulder section and allows the operator to remove the Rig without having to remove his helmet. The Side sections of the DCS are fully adjustable for size and can be adjusted in under 15 seconds. 3D Spacer Mesh lining is used for comfort and allows body heat to move away from the bodies surface while assisting in air flow to provide cooling.
The DCS was developed to be worn in tandem with the Warrior Frag Belt (sold separately).
The DCS DA 5.56mm (Direct Action) comes as standard with 5 x Open Mags for 5.56mm Mags (inc PMAGs and CAA Mags), 2 x Small Utility / Medic Pouch.
For more information on these and other products in their line also available in A-TACS FG Camo, or to find a retailer, visit them online at: WarriorAssaultSystems.com
Warrior Assault Systems has a great giveaway going down at their Facebook page where you can win wide selection of their gear in A-TACS FG as well as a Propper TAC.U Combat Shirt, ACU Pant, and Boonie Hat. This works out to over $650 in prizes. Checkout the rules at the: Warrior Assault Systems Facebook Page