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Load-Out Pics

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Is that the tan "Peca" from EBairsoft mate?

 

If it is, whats the quality like? I'm tempted to get one for my FR kit but the price is making me feel like it's too good to be true.

Yeap. It's from EBAirsoft and it works like a charm. Never had any problem with it.

 

And also ...

 

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Yeap. It's from EBAirsoft and it works like a charm. Never had any problem with it.

 

And also ...

 

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is this the new camo pattern then?

 

...beats acu I suppose

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^^I think that was the best so far :lol:

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indeed, as much as I'd love to be the face of daily wail/the scum outrage I don't think it'd do my career any good so lets have that one deleted shall we?

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^^Your wish is... er... well... have a look ;)

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The Loadout too far is getting there. The trousers are wrong but the general impression is there now.

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Each ammo pouch is capable of holding 6 Sten mags :ph34r:

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British pattern37 webbing is actually really comfortable and at £30 for the set I'm wearing is quite good value for money.

 

For more info on this loadout see http://www.airsoft-forums.co.uk/index.php/topic/19163-a-loadout-too-far/

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That looks brilliant!!

 

I need to get a pic of my full SADF Nutria kit soon!

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repro Rhodesian trousers!!


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May be the light but the brown doesn't look red enough

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Still a nice find though.

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^^Pic's not loading, Russ :(

 

In that picture they look way more acceptable than those Begadi opfor objects which some on here attempted to claim were in fact a reasonable choice of apparel in which to airsoft, on the grounds that they were based on Rhodesian camouflage.

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...I think we can conclusively put this issue to bed:

Rhodesian camo = gear that may well help to conceal people in lush vegetation

vs

BE-X Opfor camo = gear which may well help to conceal people at a Magnum PI convention

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I still kinda want a set of the Begadi Opfor, mainly just to annoy Ian :P

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I wish I had £75 to annoy you, Russ :P

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Tbh I can't afford to do the 'lets annoy Ian' loadout atm. Maybe once I finish the WW2 one...

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Yeah, if you want to do it justice you'll need a P90, a MICH 2000, and a tan 6094...

 

Oh yeah, and a tan glock in a horizontal chest mounted serpa.

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May be the light but the brown doesn't look red enough

 

Still a nice find though.

 

I see what you mean, its a little more red IRL but also you have to remember, especially with African stuff, is that the colours can vary a lot depending on year and manufacturer.

Also camopedia doesn't say reddish brown and from pics of it in use it doesn't look that reddish. But like I said it varies a lot depending on where and when it was made

 

 

^^Pic's not loading, Russ :(

 

In that picture they look way more acceptable than those Begadi opfor objects which some on here attempted to claim were in fact a reasonable choice of apparel in which to airsoft, on the grounds that they were based on Rhodesian camouflage.

...I think we can conclusively put this issue to bed:

Rhodesian camo = gear that may well help to conceal people in lush vegetation

vs

BE-X Opfor camo = gear which may well help to conceal people at a Magnum PI convention

 

Haha, I was partially considering some Bengadi OpFor but for the price its not worth it. Its about £35 + P&P for trousers. My Rhodies trousers were £42.25 all in!

It would be alright for a generic terrorist/merc loadout but trying to say its good because its like Rhodesian camo is a bit of a stretch

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