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bmdoublefoo January 17th, 2014 16:10

Kit for 2014 - Suggestions, Comments?
 
My kit isn't really an imitation, it's mostly comfort.

I can carry up to 10 M4 mags on my person at one time.
1.5L Hydration Pack inside my MAP pack.
1x Banger Pouch
1x Radio Pouch
1x Wouxun KG-801 A/B
1x 2 Slot M4 mag pouch on side
1x Silencer Pouch on side
1x MedKit/Utility pouch on side
1x LBT 6094A Coyote Brown
1x Elastic M4 3 Slot mag pouch
1x Inner M4 3 Slot mag pouch
1x New U94 PTT
1x Admin pouch

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SO What do you think?

Heater January 17th, 2014 19:59

It looks really good and well thought out.

Cliffradical January 17th, 2014 22:39

Dynamic Hammer.

MikeRomeo January 17th, 2014 22:54

Looks good dude, I would suggest putting a sock under the radio in the pouch to make it sit tight :P and you should always balance the weight on the front and back so it doesn't wreck your shoulders

bmdoublefoo January 18th, 2014 13:27

Thanks guys.

Quote:

Originally Posted by MikeRomeo (Post 1860755)
Looks good dude, I would suggest putting a sock under the radio in the pouch to make it sit tight :P and you should always balance the weight on the front and back so it doesn't wreck your shoulders

Yea problem is I have no idea what to put on the front to counter act the weight of a full 1.5 L Hydro.

ericwilliam January 18th, 2014 17:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by bmdoublefoo (Post 1860842)
Thanks guys.



Yea problem is I have no idea what to put on the front to counter act the weight of a full 1.5 L Hydro.

Swap out the massive MAP for something more streamlined and smaller :P

A Nice TAG 50oz hydro is small and low profile :D

Chiba January 18th, 2014 20:32

As long as you can climb, hide, run, etc. in it, then its fine. Lucky you have pmags rather than metal mags.


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