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Hayley/D Mittsu D3 clone clips

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Morning All,

 

Can anyone point me in the direction of which clips will work with the D Mittsu (Hayley D3 Clone) so I can attached it to a plate carrier?

 

Cheers

 

Dan

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Probably not. Those types of clips, although standardise are far from universal. You will need to find a shop selling clips and physically test them.

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On the actual HSP rigs (and all other similar placards and chest rigs) it's just a normal 1" side release buckle; you can pick them up cheaply enough. Also look up the QASM buckle/kit.

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I've seen 'online' that the D3 and D3 Clone attached directly to the Warrior RPC and that plate carrier uses ITW SR Clips

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I've seen 'online' that the D3 and D3 Clone attached directly to the Warrior RPC and that plate carrier uses ITW SR Clips

I was looking at either the Warrior RPC or Emerson AVS, cheers for the info :)

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I've seen 'online' that the D3 and D3 Clone attached directly to the Warrior RPC and that plate carrier uses ITW SR Clips

 

That's just short for side-release, i.e. your bog standard plastic buckle. ITW being the brand, but there's various companies that manufacture the same plastic hardware of tactical gear companies to use in making stuff.

 

Long as the male buckles on the rig and the female portions on your PC are both the same 1" spec, any PC and Chest Rig or Placard can go together.

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