IC13 Brings Back The Bandoleer With The INVRT

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IC13 is known for their IC gun locks but they have expanded into nylon goods. They have come out with the INVRT. It is a molle bandoleer with a specific method of magazine management. They are positioned upside down for quick access.

I Was Inverted

The INVRT is a slightly new take on the classic bandoleer. As you can see in the photo above, it is setup with two  AR-15 rifle magazine pouches that are positioned upside down (Magpul Gen M3 Shown).  This facilitates a faster reload and better ergonomics.

Magpul PMAGs being withdrawn from the INVRT

The design of the INVRT sets it apart from other tactical bandoleers. It has extra straps to aid in securing the INVRT.

Rear photo of INVRT back strap.

What you see above is the full kit with med pouch.

“FULL KIT” CONTENTS:

  • (2) INVRT™ Rifle Mag Pouches
  • (1) INVRT™ Med Pouch
  • (1) INVRT™ Pistol Mag Pouch (fits Glock 15rd+ and similar)

“FULL KIT + MED” includes everything above plus the INVRT Med Carrier with:

  • (1) SWAT-T® Tourniquet
  • (1) NAR Compressed Gauze
  • (1) NAR Bear Claw Nitrile Gloves
  • (1) Duct Tape (2.8 yds)
  • All contained in reclosable bag

You can order the INVRT bandoleer separately and configure it how you prefer.  The INVRT is available in black, ranger green, coyote, multicam and multicam black.

THE BANDOLEER, REDEFINED™

Designed in collaboration with Lunar Concepts, the INVRT™ is a bandoleer-style chest rig system based upon two concepts: speed and simplicity.  The INVRT™ magazine pouches are specifically designed to be used in the inverted position, with or without the shock cord keepers.  The angled placement and inverted orientation of the magazines on the INVRT™ allows for rapid magazine changes, and the minimalist design maintains a small, lightweight package.

Chest rigs and plate carriers are great, but they can easily be loaded up with unnecessary gear that may not be used in a real world scenario.  They can also be difficult to get into quickly, with a potential maze of straps to navigate.

Putting on the INVRT™ is as simple as swimming one arm through it (just like a rifle sling).  It is stable enough to fight from when worn as a traditional bandoleer, but secure the sternum strap and you have a rock solid platform that can be used to respond to any scenario.

Start with the “Platform Only” option to start with a blank slate to put together your own rapid response setup, or go with our “Full Kit” option to have an off-the-shelf solution that is just as suitable for use in a “Bug-Out Bag” as it is as an LEO “Active-Shooter Response Kit”.  The “Full Kit + Med” option includes a small med kit effective in both self and buddy-aid scenarios.

 

Here is an example of the INVRT used with an MP5.

 

The INVRT by itself is only $79. If you want the full kit it is $185 and $210 if you want the complete med kit. Check out IC13 for more info.

  • Gregory Peter Dupont

    I wonder if one’s available for the AK magazines?

    • Sun ICBM

      The INVRT bandoleer by itself is a molle platform so you just need appropriate AK magazine pouches. You could probably use .308 Taco pouches. Or shove AK mags into 5.56 taco pouches.