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    DELTAx64

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  DELTAx64 on 23.07.12 12:02

    Twitch wrote:For the record, normal soldiers DO NOT wear hiking boots in afghanistan. We are issued a mountain boot that is ok, I dont like wearing them though. You gotta be SF or something if you want to wear merrels or hiking boots.
    what do they look like?
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    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT)

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) on 23.07.12 18:24

    DELTAx64 wrote:

    the start of a SFish kit i guess i need to get rid of the USMC MTV but its real and the only vest i got and i need some comtacs
    Are you planning on getting CRYE Precision Gen 2 or Gen 3 pants
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    DELTAx64

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  DELTAx64 on 23.07.12 20:44

    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) wrote:
    DELTAx64 wrote:

    the start of a SFish kit i guess i need to get rid of the USMC MTV but its real and the only vest i got and i need some comtacs
    Are you planning on getting CRYE Precision Gen 2 or Gen 3 pants
    thats a NEG ghost rider imma prolly get the emerson G3's if i dont get comtacs
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    DELTAx64

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  DELTAx64 on 23.07.12 20:54

    but i dont need to have CRYE bull rip to pull off SF CAG and 1st SFOD have crye i seen MARSOC with 3 color woodland made by crye it was lagit
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    Retherford

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Retherford on 23.07.12 22:20

    For the record the APC in Coyote looks pretty solid . I would recommend it over the JPC. Several Dagger guys have Mayflower products including two CB APCs which are excellent pieces of kit. The triple mag pouch inserts by MR&C for the APC and the MR&C 24 Hour Assault Pack are excellent additions as well.



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    DELTAx64

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  DELTAx64 on 23.07.12 23:27

    Retherford wrote:For the record the APC in Coyote looks pretty solid . I would recommend it over the JPC. Several Dagger guys have Mayflower products including two CB APCs which are excellent pieces of kit. The triple mag pouch inserts by MR&C for the APC and the MR&C 24 Hour Assault Pack are excellent additions as well.



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    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT)

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) on 24.07.12 11:52

    DELTAx64 wrote:
    Retherford wrote:For the record the APC in Coyote looks pretty solid . I would recommend it over the JPC. Several Dagger guys have Mayflower products including two CB APCs which are excellent pieces of kit. The triple mag pouch inserts by MR&C for the APC and the MR&C 24 Hour Assault Pack are excellent additions as well.



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    That is hawt, I think I might go with the APC. Only probably is Degru is really seen with APCs.
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    DELTAx64

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  DELTAx64 on 24.07.12 20:15

    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) wrote:
    Twitch wrote:THe Uniform looks fine. My question is who makes it and is that a real Ops Core?


    The AOR1 is made by Allwin/UFC, and the Ops-core is sadly repro.
    But I was thinking about getting a JPC for my Devgru kit, but they're always on backorder, so now Im thinking about the Mayflower APC.
    you asked me if i was getting CRYE for an SF kit im not paying 180+ im gonna mail my tru-spec pants to a guy that will mod them to crye g2 for 45 bux
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    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT)

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) on 24.07.12 22:41

    DELTAx64 wrote:
    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) wrote:
    Twitch wrote:THe Uniform looks fine. My question is who makes it and is that a real Ops Core?


    The AOR1 is made by Allwin/UFC, and the Ops-core is sadly repro.
    But I was thinking about getting a JPC for my Devgru kit, but they're always on backorder, so now Im thinking about the Mayflower APC.
    you asked me if i was getting CRYE for an SF kit im not paying 180+ im gonna mail my tru-spec pants to a guy that will mod them to crye g2 for 45 bux

    Nice.
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    DELTAx64

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    Post  DELTAx64 on 29.07.12 16:53

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    JohnGol10

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  JohnGol10 on 02.08.12 18:51

    DELTAx64 wrote:

    I got a good laugh.

    Anywho, pics of my WIP 31st MEU Maritime Raid Force kit. Since the pics were taken, I've dusted/snakeskinned the MICH and installed an Emerson H-Nape.





    Sadly I deleted the right side pics. Sad

    Still needs an MBSS and PACA to replace the Mar CIRAS, I need to get my damn Universal shroud in the mail and install it, replace the OD SOTech pouch with some new EI doubles, get a CSM-styled dump pouch, get a MAP, hooligan tool holder, replace the hikers with some Belleville 550ST's plus a Safariland 1911 holster and an FSBE 2/Flyye right angle leg panel with some Fast mags, and it'll be good to go.
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    Ghost

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Ghost on 03.08.12 11:27

    JohnGol10 wrote:hooligan tool holder

    Hooligan tool? You talkin' about like a halligan bar, halligan tool, whatever you want to call it? never heard hooligan tool before...


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    JohnGol10

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  JohnGol10 on 03.08.12 19:54

    http://www.botachtactical.com/zakhooltool.html


    Anywho, MICH got a facelift.



    TMC Universal Shroud, Emerson H-Nape, paint-job and buddy tape.
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    Ghost

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Ghost on 03.08.12 20:01


    Huh, first time I've heard that name for it. And if that one is anything like the ones we use at the fire department, it's gonna be heavy as H@#$.


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    JohnGol10

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  JohnGol10 on 03.08.12 23:06

    Yeah, but I don't actually plan on carrying one in the field. It's more geared towards looking like this:



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    Retherford

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Retherford on 03.08.12 23:09

    That dropleg belt Fastmag thing is rather intriguing
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    Asia7th

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Asia7th on 03.08.12 23:31

    Anyone know where Agressor went? I wanted to ask him about his plate carrier
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    savoy6

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    Location : Douglasville,GA.

    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  savoy6 on 04.08.12 1:12

    guess he tired of the kiddie BS and dropped his account since all his posts are "guest" now....
    and it's called a "Halligan"....the hooligan term is used by the brits...hey ghost,what size Halligans did you have?..do they still make them with the hydrant socket?
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    Ghost

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Ghost on 04.08.12 8:15

    savoy6 wrote:guess he tired of the kiddie BS and dropped his account since all his posts are "guest" now....
    and it's called a "Halligan"....the hooligan term is used by the brits...hey ghost,what size Halligans did you have?..do they still make them with the hydrant socket?

    Nope, no hydrant socket on our trucks, now we just have a hydrant bag that has, spanner wrenches, a reducer, LDH connection and such. And I believe we use a 30 inch.


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    Rabbit (SPA&SGAT)

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Rabbit (SPA&SGAT) on 18.08.12 21:48

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    Hippie

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    Location : Surfing with Charlie!

    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Hippie on 27.01.13 4:29



    I think you can tell which one is me. We had 30 people show up, but a bunch had to leave thanks to gun malfunctions. By the end of the day, the six of us plus three admin/ refs were all that was left. It was about -10 all day, and -16 when I rolled in in the morning. The snow was about a foot deep. When your goggles fogged, they froze over, and both my canteens froze shut. So next time your not going to play because of "bad weather", think of us up here in the Great White North.

    Kit-list
    KWA M4 CQBR - a rental, until my M16A1 is back up and running. I had 12 80 round Tokyo Marui midcaps on hand.
    M1 helmet, with Mitchell cover - brown and white materiel to break up the outline of the helmet.
    M1950A Overcoat - My pride and joy. Dated 1953 and VERY warm
    M1956 web gear - two M56 ammo pouches, two canteen covers, and a compass pouch.
    7.62x51mm NATO linked dummy ammo belt - Yes, they WERE worn this way. It's not a Hollywood or CoD fantasy, it was done in the field.
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    Hippie

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    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  Hippie on 03.03.13 6:29

    I wore this:


    While running from these:

    Running of the Reindeer - Alaska is pretty interesting.

    You can't see it, but I'm carrying 19 magazines.
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    Asia7th

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    Navy Seal kit AOR1 (Work in progress)

    Post  Asia7th on 03.04.13 22:08


    My AOR1 is by Emerson tactical

    My plate carrier is a Flyee 6094a in AOR1
    It has on it currently:
    London Bridge Trading(LBT) company mag insert(hold 3 mags)
    Toysoldier Hydration in AOR1
    PTT press and talk
    Eagle industries IFAK
    Us tactical sewing double mag pouch(on the back)
    Soon to get so USTS Slap charge pouches

    Helmet is a Matrix Mich 2001
    has a Norotos 3-hole shroud
    Ops core FAST arc rails
    Counter weight

    My gun:
    VFC HK 416 (1st gen)
    Battle axe PEQ-15
    G&P EoTech replica
    Magul RVG
    Ics rail covers

    *Adding more stuff as soon as I get the money...
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    MSG Ridgeway

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    Location : Griffin, GA

    Re: Show your load-out

    Post  MSG Ridgeway on 13.06.13 11:10

    You should be proud. This is pretty legit. I give 2 thumbs up.
    Asia7th wrote:
    My AOR1 is by Emerson tactical

    My plate carrier is a Flyee 6094a in AOR1
    It has on it currently:
    London Bridge Trading(LBT) company mag insert(hold 3 mags)
    Toysoldier Hydration in AOR1
    PTT press and talk
    Eagle industries IFAK
    Us tactical sewing double mag pouch(on the back)
    Soon to get so USTS Slap charge pouches

    Helmet is a Matrix Mich 2001
    has a Norotos 3-hole shroud
    Ops core FAST arc rails
    Counter weight

    My gun:
    VFC HK 416 (1st gen)
    Battle axe PEQ-15
    G&P EoTech replica
    Magul RVG
    Ics rail covers

    *Adding more stuff as soon as I get the money...
    now do an aor2. I ordered some Emerson aor2. I'll post pics when it comes in Monday.
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    Hippie

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    Post  Hippie on 27.06.13 6:40

    You know, I realized I never actually posted pictures of my kit, so here's my mostly complete C 1/8 CAV, 1st Air Cavalry Division 1970-71 impression. Having money was awesome - then I spent it all on this.















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