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Right I've been looking at starting airsoft for a while and have decided to take the plunge, So he was what i was thinking for a loadout

 

Phantom save phace diss series mask

bo dynamics lt595 cqb/full length w/ a red dot holographic mock sight

and have camo gear from when i was in the air cadets

 

first of if there is anything else i need which i have forgotten please enlighten me or if i could get a better mask / gun for a similar price, I'd be happy to hear so. Second i will be placing in cqb and woodland with elements of cqb so a cqb version rifle would be well fit but i like the idea of good accuracy but then i read that it doesn't make much difference, is this true? Third, the lt595 is a rather picky when it comes to magazines and feeding so i was wondering if anyone new any good magazines that fit this particular gun

 

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Never really heard of BO Dynamics before...I think you'd be better off getting a well known brand like G&G or G&P instead for that kind of price.

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Never really heard of BO Dynamics before...I think you'd be better off getting a well known brand like G&G or G&P instead for that kind of price.

 

They've been around for a while now. They have a high end range (BO Manufacture) and the new "value" range if you will call BO Dynamics. The LT595 has full Lonex internals and is getting some good reviews. I see no reason NOT to buy one!

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Bo Dynamics should be fine. You haven't mentioned any load bearing equipment? How do you carry mags, batteries, bb's etc?

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They've been around for a while now. They have a high end range (BO Manufacture) and the new "value" range if you will call BO Dynamics. The LT595 has full Lonex internals and is getting some good reviews. I see no reason NOT to buy one!

Oh right! That does sound good. Actually a very nice looking rifle too :)

 

OP - I'd recommend a good pair of boots, unless you already got some from cadets? A chest rig would be a good idea though, like BigAl suggested.

Something like one of these?

http://flecktarn.co.uk/sdtmb6nx.html

http://flecktarn.co.uk/sdtmb1nx.html

 

I have the second one (in olive though) I think when I bought mine it was cheaper but still a good price though.

Alternatively take a look at Condor gear (Military 1st is a good site) as another affordable option

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I own one of those rigs (the first one Mr_B linked to) and it is well worth the price. They used to be just £25, but flecktarn.co.uk raised the price by quite a bit.

The Lightweight rig is more expensive than the Recon rig, however you get 3 sewn in pouches on it, meaning you don't have to buy pouches separately, like you do on the Recon rig.

Of course if you do want a MOLLE rig like the Recon chest rig, there are a complete plethora of MOLLE compatible pouches which will fit it.

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