Thursday, May 23, 2013

Customize Your Armor Carrier

BCS offers many different configurations and options for their armor carriers, but you can have your cake and eat it too. They will customize an armor carrier to meet your specific needs. The design of the front and back are based on your specific armor with hand drawn tracing that you provide them. You can develop a new carrier or have your current carrier customized to new preferences. In addition to a wide ranging color/camo selection you can customize pocket size, PALS webbing, buckles, cummerbunds, attachment points for supplemental protection, and webbing for ITW QASM Buckles. 

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Below you will find their full ordering instructions along with the BCS Custom Body Armor Carrier Ordering Form. Orders can be sent to: 

Beez Combat Systems
2223 S Highland Dr. #E6-214
SLC, Ut 84106

Step 1.
Remove your front and back soft armor panels. Trace them out on a piece of paper and cut them both out. You can use butcher paper, poster board, gift wrapping paper or even paper targets…without bullet holes please. Gift wrapping paper works best because you can fold it and put it into an envelope.Make sure to trace ONLY the body armor not the carrier.
Step 2.
Place the following information on each cut out.
1- Contact info on both cut outs (Name,Address,Email,Phone number)
2- Identify which is the front and back panel.
3- Hard plate size.
4- Stab plate insert size.
5- Internal velcro to help prevent armor slip. (Need to indicate if it is hook or loop and where)
6- Velcro loop placement and size of Velcro for ID patches.
7- Include additional carrier options – Color/Pattern,Drag handle,Groin Protector…etc.
8- Brand, size, and model is not necessary but can be very helpful.
Step 3.
Body measurements can help use with shoulder, waist webbing and elastic lengths. Include on one of the cut out the following:
Height, Weight, Chest and Waist.
Step 4. 
Feel free to fold the cut outs when mailing. Send us an email and let us know the cut outs are on their way. Print out the form and mail it in with your outlines:

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