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It says they're metal, but I don't think I've ever come across an AK 74 mag of that kind, that wasn't made of plastic.

 

Also, I'm not so sure Galils can take AK magazines.

 

The ones linked are metal s they're AK47 mags, AK74 mags are plastic

 

IN real life Galils cant take AK mags but like in airsoft how an AK74 can take an AK47s mag and vice versa a Galil can also take an AK mag

 

The ones linked are quite clearly AK74 magazines, and it's AK74 mags which are usually plastic - that's my point.

 

But it says they're in a metal housing.

 

Sorry getting links confused... I would be surprised if they were in a metal housing..

They are plastic AK74 mags. I bought some. Dunno what they're on about re "All Metal Housing". I haven't actually taken any of 'em to bits, but the only metal I can see on the outside is a couple of tiny flaps that I spose are the other end of the spring.

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Neu Belt Rig. yee

 

I need suspenders though,it's heavy when loaded.

 

ALICE utility pouch,Issued and used in Yugo conflict.2€

Not exactly sure,can anyone who knows mroe about ALICE confirm?

It's far too big to be a STANAG mag pouch,it can fit 7.62 mags though.

 

ALICE belt,issued and used in Yugo conflict. 15€

 

Soviet canteen and pouch,unused.7€

 

Soviet leather holster,used in Cechen War. 5€

 

Crap phone pic,got kies working.''yay''

It could be an M249 ammo pouch, does it look like it would take a box mag?

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I think so,but with a lot of effort squeezing it in. I've searched google,and no US ALICE gear looks like it. Made of canvas and not nylon,maybe Vietnam era?

I'm guessing it a European pouch of some sort,looking at it again and filling it with things,it looks big enough to hold at least 3,maybe even 4 7.62 mags and 5 Stanags.

 

It has these odd webbing thingies,they use the exact same webbing type as my old belt.

 

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Looks more like pat 58 webbing than alice ;)

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Yep,you're absolutely right,found my pouch with a quick google search,it's a 58 water bottle pouch.

 

And I learned the Russians use Alice style webbing,it looks to be an LC2 belt without webbing holes and a standard H harness. I can go after this look

 

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As for that pouch, if it can only hold 5, 5.56 mags then its not a Minimi pouch as its too small. It sounds like a water bottle pouch or other utility if you ask me

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58 webbing did not have "utility" pouches. They were Kidney pouches. The pouch pictured is indeed a water bottle pouch.

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I don't really care what kind of pouch it is really,I can jam a good few things in there,namely,some binoculars,a (broken) blank firing revolver and a folded up belt and I still managed to close it.

 

All I need it is for some speed loaders,BB bag,maybe a smoke grenade and two pistol mags. judging from the quality of the canvas it'll last a long time.

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The buckle doesn't look like the 58 pattern stuff i've got. It looks more like Austrian Army buckles I've seen.

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The water bottle pouch had a different fixing to the ammo and kidney pouches.

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The water bottle pouch had a different fixing to the ammo and kidney pouches.

You're right Sam. Just checked mine. For some reason I'd misremembered UTJ's as having a brass buckle. Doh! :wacko:

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Oops! Posted in the wrong thread.

 

This is the pic I meant to post here:

 

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I probly should have brushed that velcro before taking this, but hey ho...

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My completed Alfa Group FSB loadout

 

Budget version: Note, Alfa do not usually wear Tigr, they usually wear Black or Multicam, but I wanted a definite Russian look. They do wear western gear, so Oakley's are not completely wrong. Other than the helmet, which is just a budget helmet, the loadout comes together when it's all on. All I'd need to add is a holster, and perhaps Black boots, but anything goes really.. gives it that "got your military gear from a jumble sale" look that some Russian operators have.

 

Kit list:

M88 Olive Drab Helmet
Black Ballistic Goggles / Black Mesh Goggles
Balaclavas - Black and Woodland
Helikon-Tex Camogrom CPU Shirt
Flora T-Shirt
Alfa Group and Russian Flag Patches
Oakley Gloves / Black Fingerless
Tigr Assault Vest (Russian)
Olive Drab Belt
Helikon-Tex Camogrom SFU Trousers
Mil-Tec Black Kneepads
Cotton Traders Tan Hiking Boot

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Well just put together something 'special' for the killing house game on Wednesday. Its a spring and gas only, so I needed a loadout focussed on making my ASG tri shot very usable.

 

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I am a bit of a US 5.11 nut, so this is 5.11 boots, trousers, shirt and hat, stuff I wear day to day actually as its so good. The chest rig is Bulle lightweight brought for the job, as is the 12 shotgun shell pouch molle linked to the front. Both highly recommended based on testing around the house over last couple of days (drilling shell loading from pouch and using dump pocket). Will see how they actually perform under fire tomorrow.
The usual 'mag section' in the middle is housing my tornado grenade and smokes, while the side pouches are doubling as a FFD / med kit (with attached double pistol mag for my PX4) and the other left empty as a 'dump' pouch for spent shells. PX4 in IMI holster on my belt (not visible) and as last ditch my 'knife' fits neatly under the molle strapping. (Obviously wont work for a 'real' one, if anyone knows where to get a suitable molle holster for a training knife pls PM me)
So US survivalist / local marshal look for the next game :)
If this all works as hoped I will be adding a hydration pouch on the back, a proper dump pouch (either on back or folding molle linked off un-used side pouch) and a radio pouch to left shoulder.Plus changing the med kit pouch zipper pull strings to red with a subdued 'red cross' patch. Just want to properly battle test before spending more on tan coloured gear.

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Looks good, I'd cinch up the straps and wear that rig a little higher though, it's a chest rig not a belly rig!

Hehe, yes in this case the location was deliberate as its acting more as belt with yoke than chest rig. Mainly as I wanted to keep the dump 'pocket' at belt height.

 

I have some ideas for a matching belt kit which once I sort would allow this to move up to the more normal 'chest' position, since it would add a 'proper' dump pouch and holster on the belt level.

 

Although I am still experimenting with what feels right :) So may once i get going end up pulling it up a bit anyway.

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Jesus fuck,you look intimidating!

 

That Scar H looks like a CQB M4 in your hands!

 

I really like the loadout,simple and minimalist,looks very bad ass.

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Christ on a push bike! I though that was a light not a heavy! You sir are massive!

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(nickona on the right)

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Me with the obligatory fruit shoot.

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Delivery from UR-Tac.


These are the Fast Response which is their more basic model with (included) internal formed foam knee pads. The ATACS-FG version in particular features 500D cordura reinforcement on the knees (which is a big plus) and seat.


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3D Battles; which are a slightly heavier and cheaper but more robust interpretation of Crye Gen 2s without any of the stretch materials. A very good compromise between Crye G2/3 and the Fast Response or a more conventional BDU/ACU. The OPS pads that come included are more like the Crye Gen1 pads and I tend to swap them out for Crye Airflex, but they are quite serviceable.


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Also nabbed a hat to go in with the order while I was making one.


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Here is my African Loadout in its three variations. Its based of the Mercenaries from Angola in the 1980s although could possibly be a clandestine SADF loadout from the Border/Bush War

 

Version 1

 

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Version 2

 

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Version 3

 

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Kit List:

 

Clothing:

French para boonie "Leopard" camo (repro)

Scrim Scalf

Portuguese Lizard Camo Shirt

British Olive Lightweight Trousers

Lowa Patrol boots (only non kosher bit)

 

Gear:

M83 SADF Battle Jacket w/ 58 patt poncho and Kenyan Massai Knife

M83 SADF Chest Webbing dated 1986

M83 SADF Rucksack dated 1982 (this was used by 44para in the Bush War then went out to Iraq in the 90's with some Mercs so it has a bit of history)

 

Weapons:

ICS Galil ARM, will be turned into the SADF R4 when I can afford the parts from SA

TM Colt Python .357 6" (not pictured)

 

 

There'll be some pics of it being used in the pictures of you in the field section

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