I am a firm believer that one should have a set of web gear for every long gun that they own. One of firearms that I did not have a set of web gear for was my SAS12. The chest rig started out with a what’sit from the thrift store for $1.49. It looked like some kind of a weight belt that was sand filled. Other then the two end ones the pockets were not wide enough to fit the mags in and it only had a waist belt. To be a proper chest rig it needed a some kind of shoulder straps and a way to get it on and off somewhat quickly. To do this it needs clips on the front of the shoulder straps but the problem is that clips create a week spot. I had to come up with a way that if a clip was to break that the strap would still hold. That is the reason there are unneeded adjusters on the front straps, if the clip was to break the webbing can be threaded in a way that will bypass the clip. There are 4 5 round mags in it and 2 3 round mags so with the 26 rounds in the rig and 5 more in the shotgun gives me 36, + 2 more mags stuffed in my web gear brings it up to 46 and 54 loose rounds makes it 100. 00 9 pellet load X 100 rounds = 900 33 cal balls . The shot gun is of little use for the field for I have found it not to fond of dirt or being dirty but for garrison use it should be ok. The back side is black so if need for night use it can be reversed.