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Load-Out Pics

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Well, now that my CQB loadout is almost complete, here are a few pics of me running my training course in my backyard. I wrote alot, so feel free to just skip to the pics. List of items:

 

Guns:

Tokyo Marui MP7A1 GBB

ACM P90 AEG

WE Gen. 4 G17 GBB

 

Loadout:

Rogers Shooting School Shirt (Black)

Rogers Shooting School Gloves (Black)

Rogers Shooting School Hat (Multicam)

PROPPER Khaki Ripstop Pants

Bridgestone socks

Tan Belt

Merrell MOAB Mid Waterproof boots (black)

US MOLLE Coyote Tan Vest

Coyote Tan P90 mag single pouch

Coyote Tan M4 mag quad pouch

Safariland ALS Glock 17 Leg Drop Holster (Left, Tan)

Safariland Leg Drop Holster Platform (Right, Black)

TMC MP7 Mount

 

Accessories:

TM MP7 40 rnd GBB mag x4

ACM P90 low cap 78 rnd mag x1

ACM P90 high cap 300 rnd mag x1

WE G17 low cap 24 rnd mag x2

WE G17 high cap 50 rnd mag x1

Rubber US SEALS knife + sheath

Abbey mini gas

 

Attachments:

Rogers Rail light (MP7)

B&T Tracer unit/silencer (P90)

Safariland magwell (G17)

Safariland Glock-grip (G17)

Custom Tritium foresight (G17)

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^^Wow! "Get orf moi laaaaahnd!"

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WW2 Aussie Service dress: Slouch hat and jacket by Spearhead Militaria, Moleskin trousers dyed to match the jacket. M36 US leggings and tan boots.

Pattern 37 webbing: 2x Mk3 pouches, cross straps, belt and Large (P08) pack. You can just see the top of it in the 2nd photo, but I have a rubber P08 bayonet on my left hip. I also have a British water bottle in a modified holder on the back right hand side of the belt.

The Goggles are vintage style motorbike goggles converted to mesh

In my Right ammo pouch I have 6 magazines for the Owen gun, in my left pouch I have my pipe, tobacco and some Anzac biscuits. Pyro are in pockets.

On the pack I have my Brodie helmet which is a cheap resin replica and inside the pack I have ammo, speed loaders, spare batteries, spam, crackers and an inflatable pillow to make the pack look fuller.

Insignia: I have corporal stripes on my right arm only, AIF rising sun badges on my collar tabs and on the left side of the hat, 'Australia' shoulder flashes in blackened brass, and 2/31st battalion colour patches on the right side of the hat and both arms.

I am of course carrying an Owen gun on a Lee Enfield sling.

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Now THAT is a proper loadout.

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Everytime I see that Owen I want my own...

 

Looks awesome as usual Russ

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Can't wait for Summer, will be able to go to skirmishes in the Jungle Greens :)

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I dunno... I mean yeah Russell, your loadouts are well impressive and, knowing what went into producing the Owen, it is also fucking impressive, but to me it still looks horrible. The mag sticking up like that is just the daftest looking system i've ever seen. I realise that it's better than under the barrel for prone firing, but the horizontal Sten mag position takes care of that.

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The Owen was used in jungle fighting. The Austen (Australian version of the sten) was found to snag on vegetation a lot more.

The shape does seem wrong until you hold the Owen, then it becomes clear that it is actually genius. All the weight is at the rear of the gun so unlike the Sten or Thompson, once you have the stock to your shoulder you can do other stuff with your left hand (Vietnam photo's of Australians indicate that radio operators tended to use the Owen). A side mounted magazine would put the gun off balance and require you to hold it with 2 hands. The magazine really doesn't affect your field of view much, as when you aim down the right hand side of the gun it is central to both eyes.

If you hold up 2 fingers together at arms length directly in front of you, you can see everything behind them (as long as its a meter or more away), this is about the same width and position as the mag on an Owen.

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That is a lovely and very well done load out Russell, applause should be given, however I wasn't aware that the Lone Ranger was an Australian soldier.......

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That is a lovely and very well done load out Russell, applause should be given, however I wasn't aware that the Lone Ranger was an Australian soldier.......

 

:D

 

That's exactly what I thought.

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If the sideways mag of the Sten was such an issue they should have invented a reliable drum mag to replace the box mag poking out so far.

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If the sideways mag of the Sten was such an issue they should have invented a reliable drum mag to replace the box mag poking out so far.

The Sten mag was not an issue in Europe but the Sten had a number of shortcomings in jungle conditions, the magazine was just one of these. The Owen was superior in reliability to any sub machinegun of it's era and as I said, the magazine position was not a problem. If the magazine position had been an issue, they would not have replaced the Owen with the F1:

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^^It's a Stirling that's been downundered... stoopid stoopid fucking stoopid!

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^^It's a Stirling that's been downundered... stoopid stoopid f*cking stoopid!

Without the folding stock, the F1 is able to have a longer main tube. This means that you can separate the cocking lever from the bolt so that dirt doesn't get to the bolt and jam the gun as easily. For some reason the Aussies liked the idea that if you drop your gun in a muddy puddle, you can pick it up and it will shoot. The vertical mag again balances the gun better and doesn't catch as easily on heavy vegetation. Of course if you want a good looking gun rather than one which will work then the Stirling is much better :)

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Had to rearrange the DCS ready for the arrival of my new MP7.

Welcome to the club.

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The new Warrior PC with modular front for velcro panels isn't too far off. Be very handy in the situation where you only want one rig but have multiple types of mags that require very different sizes of pouch.

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I have seen it......VERY nice.

 

But I have my dcs already and can't justify changing it. This will work. I use the sabre drop leg aswell so all mags carried at once.

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Yeah I know.......

 

I may end up with one...just depends on the cost.

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The new Warrior PC with modular front for velcro panels isn't too far off.

How do you know this?

Anyone have any info on release date or price?

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Because they've already shown an example that was close to a production piece? WAS is all made in china, they don't take very long to get the production going on things compared to the more gucci western gear manufacturers.

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How do you know this?

Anyone have any info on release date or price?

They're expected to be out in the summer this year, they said on Facebook. As for pricing, I'd imagine 150ish depending on which setup you buy. That's only speculation thiugh, they having said anything about pricing yet

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