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Load-Out / Loadout Picture topic

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Rocking CADPAT's with OD Softshell and plate carrier for new team loadout got MTP's as well. Will get some pics of me in action this weekend.

 

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My first loadout none of the camo matches (combats aren't too far off the shirt) flecktarn back pack, webbing, hiking boots, gaiters (in case its really wet outside), parka and an FN FAL :)

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this is prob one of my fav loads outs so far, would be even better with classic leather boots^^

 

 

 

here's my latest effort to create a light loadout:

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Nam-mag in grenade pouch, flashmag in gun. got a s-thunder now so that'll go in one of the mag pouches, if I bring a sidearm it'll go in the opposit.. the bbs I usually dump somewhere on the side, so havn't figured out what to put in the middle one:) edc & extra bangs in the "big pouch". bfgs goes in front pockets.

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Here's my A-TACS FG belt set-up....

 

Sorry for crap picture

 

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this is prob one of my fav loads outs so far, would be even better with classic leather boots^^

 

thanks :D recently bought some leather boots lol

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My DCU loadout,swapped out the DDPM, random gear thrown together, its not meant to look like a unit, need a headset now what you guys think? thinking about getting some sawtooth or hiking boots as mine are nearlly dead now lol, also please excuse my tired face

 

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Cheers,

Dave

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Like it mate.

 

big fan of the US desert kit.

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Thanks chaps, yer i rather like this tri-desert, i was thinking comtacs but not sure yet, wayyyy to much choice when it comes to buying new stuff lol!

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If you're wanting a headset to match your togs, I dunno enough about US kit to say, but manufacturer-wise I can personally vouch for Z-Tactical.

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I have a Z tactical bowman headset. Its great but the PTTs are crap! if you go for them buy 2 PTTs and as soon as they get damp they wont work!

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I have a Z tactical bowman headset. Its great but the PTTs are crap! if you go for them buy 2 PTTs and as soon as they get damp they wont work!

Yeah that's the headset I have - well, the Elite II - I'm beginning to wish I'd done a bit more research and forked out for their EVO III now because it can take a throat mic without modification.

 

I forget which PTT we went for in the end, possibly Element, but so far it's not given me any problems in the wet. Still it's the U94 design and i always attach it with the button facing down so that probably helps prevent water getting in around the button. I always mount my radio pouch upside down for the same reason (it has no drain hole either).

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Yeah that's the headset I have - well, the Elite II - I'm beginning to wish I'd done a bit more research and forked out for their EVO III now because it can take a throat mic without modification.

 

I forget which PTT we went for in the end, possibly Element, but so far it's not given me any problems in the wet. Still it's the U94 design and i always attach it with the button facing down so that probably helps prevent water getting in around the button. I always mount my radio pouch upside down for the same reason (it has no drain hole either).

 

I've been having issues with my headset/PTT recently, but I can't figure out which part it is that has the issue.

 

One of the headsets' speaker is broken, but the mic still works. So I can talk and be heard, but not get people's replies.

 

Not sure if it's the heaset or the PTT, but I've tried both headsets on the same PTT and had the same issue twice, so I think the PTT is bummered.

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Sounds like a contact on the socket has got bent inside the PTT, Ed. If it is that, you can fix it easily enough with needle nosed pliers.

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getting mine and my friends gear sorted for this Sunday!

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Rock and rolla!

That is some nice gear! Where did you get that iPhone picatiny mount?!

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Sorry for the rubbish quality photo

I was trying to go for a black swat style Loadout, with a few modifications.

I'm under 16 so I have to wear full face protection (hence the half face mesh mask)

What's your guys opinions? Anything I should change or add?

(I'll post my entire Loadout once my holster and dump pouch arrive)

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Well here it is, theres still a few more things im going to change and add, they just havent arrived in the post yet.

 

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Might want to get some shoes ;)

 

Otherwise it looks pretty good. I don't think the face mask really takes that much away from it. Certainly a better first loadout than what I started with.

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Yeah, I like it too, Cpn. DA. I think the vest looks a bit big on you though - is it already adjusted as tight as it gets?

 

Also, strictly for posing, you might try wearing what these days is called a "headover" by some companies, ie a tube of T-shirt material, in black, around your neck - it'll get too hot during skirmishes but the complete covering will look the dog's bollocks - they are pretty good instead of a scarf you might wear ordinarily too mind you.

 

I'd go with boots as high as you can get with those kecks tucked into them. I always recommend German Para Boots, because they are indestructible, but they're not gentle on feet that are used to trainers. You might want to check Ronnie Sunshine's on fleabay because they're having a clearance sale on Magnum Panther 8.0's.

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