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807 No. 807 ID: 708727 Stickied hide watch quickreply [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]
Every post must have an image, and every image must be your personal gear. Battle belts, plate carriers, hell, even range bags.

Show us whatcha got.
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>> No. 18290 ID: d51c02
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18290
Here's my precious assault gears:
MSA KFS V2 used by French special forces GIGN + MSA paraclete RMV024 in OD + Spartan armor ar650 steel plates "armaply" + and Avon s10 respirator + anti flash hood used by SAS. most of that stuff is ITAR, and this is a nightmare to import in Europe :)
>> No. 18315 ID: 3f5852
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18315
nothing special though I use a different rifle, I have a sidearm and my helmet has a cover now


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18279 No. 18279 ID: b1d888 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
This modern russian stuff is damn lit, go ahead and post some modern russian SF in this thread.

Much apologies if its looking stupid, but im new to chans.
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>>18279
the PERST series is the Russian equivalent of the PEQ-15, and for the money is usually a better option for a rugged IR laser

the drawback is in some of its power being negligibly lower and it is blocky, but for a good few hundred dollars below its American counterpart, well worth it
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>> No. 18313 ID: 900b8c
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I can buy picrelated but still want tlr-1.
>> No. 18314 ID: f5c3ed
>>18313
I now want a rail adapter for a Tokarev, mount that and get a custom IWB hybrid holster for winter CCW....
>> No. 18352 ID: a0a439
>>18313
Will that Russian pistol light work on Sig P226, Glock 17/22, Beretta 92FS?


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18233 No. 18233 ID: cb7d24 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Going to the gym in my complex just now, I saw an elderly gentleman walking his dog. He was OCing a pistol in such a fashion that I'm not sure I was seeing it right. I had to get closer.

He had a slim leather holster, barrel sticking out, trigger guard barely covered, obviously meant as a concealed owb holster. The gentleman had it set up as a crossdraw holster.

Are you getting the image? It's a skinny fucking swatch of leather with minimal coverage with THE GRIP FACING OUT FOR ANY WHO WISHES TO SNATCH IT!

>"P-pardon me sir? I'm afraid I must speak."
I point.
>"That is a very poor setup."
>"Well, I like it."
And on he walked.

What crazy bullshit have you seen?
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>> No. 18275 ID: 8b071f
>>18238
shoulder harnesses are popular with helicopter pilots if they aren't using a chest holster on a survival vest.
>> No. 18291 ID: 5c716c
>>18233

I'm a platoon leader now. One of my new guys who just moved from NG to active duty had a freaking e-tool Molle'd to his IOTV.
>> No. 18304 ID: 6348f6
>>18233
>sailors installing zip ties onto the quick pull release on their carrier so that they wont loose their armor "if it snags"
>fails to realize that the quick pull will not work as intended if the wearer falls into the water

I guess people running molle incorrectly (just pulling it through one pass without weaving it) because "b-b-but weaving it is hard"
>> No. 18321 ID: 18509a
>>18304
Tactically sink to the bottom so your team doesn't waste resources rescuing you.
>> No. 18351 ID: 66d919
A saw zipties sticking out of a guy's shirt. He used them as makeshift loops for an IWB holster. Wouldn't be a bad idea if he at least cut the ends off and used thick zip ties.


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18347 No. 18347 ID: a7798a hide watch quickreply [Reply]
How are you carrying?

Shield .45, 8 +1 with the Hyve extension. Holster is kydex from a company called Invisiholsters, added an Ulticlip clip, and a crux accessory. The crux pushes in the handgun more, making it easier to carry with a longer mag. Hardly prints at all when I bend down, doesn't print at all standing up.
>> No. 18348 ID: 8e4d38
Can't carry in NY yet (and apparently pistol permits are pretty hopeless for us), but back home I was transitioning from carrying a Kahr CM9 in a kydex pocket holster from this guy

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Kahr-PM9-CM9-Black-Right-Pocket-Holster-080-kydex/283527001624?hash=item420386b618:g:JVwAAOxyBjBTSsSZ:sc:USPSFirstClass!13602!US!-1

I was about two months into switching to a Glock 19 Gen fower in a relatively generic leather IWB holster with no cant. I was a little hung up on going so large, but actually it was working out great and I will order a T-Rex Arms nomad for it in about 2 and a half years...


For inna woods I carried a Glock 20 Gen fower in a Gunfighters Inc Kenai chest holster. That shit was the bomb dot com when going up into the back country with full pack system. My 19 actually fit in it quite well too, but there was little reason to when I could have a 10mm in the same basic footprint.
>> No. 18349 ID: 00198b
>>18348
It took me a year from application to licence in my hand to get a CCW for NY. Depends on the county. Some will do in 4-8 months, some will grant CCW only (no target and hunting).
>> No. 18350 ID: 132e8e
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G19 in a Galco Jackass. I think I'll get an Andrews Monarch when I upgrade to the Mark 23; the dude makes them to order, so I can have him put a muzzle-upward tilt on it and put a sheath module on the off hand side for my Fairbairn-Sykes.


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18114 No. 18114 ID: 11b327 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I'm thinking that hoarding camo really lacks a lot of practicality, and would probably rather have a solid "gray man" setup in a SHTF scenario.

I like the idea of using darker tops and lighter bottoms for a general guiding principle of camouflage if needed, but in this case, using muted earth/neutral tones. I live in Seattle, where there's both plenty of concrete as well as green PNW woods, moss, and tall grass in and out of the city. Due to the climate, having something that is water-proof/resistant is pretty important, as well as something I can layer up with and move comfortably in. Something that doesn't scream "tactical", isn't BDU baggy, but serves the functions as such discreetly and effectively as possible.

I'm liking the idea of getting a green Condor Aegis hardshell jacket along with some khaki Condor Cipher pants and just throw on some boots. What do you all think?
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>> No. 18310 ID: af119d
>I'm liking the idea of getting a green Condor Aegis hardshell jacket along with some khaki Condor Cipher pants and just throw on some boots. What do you all think?

Literally the complete fucking opposite of "gray man"
>> No. 18316 ID: 61e76a
The world wears jeans dude. If you want something mega operator maybe go with a pair of kevlar ones, neigh on indestructible.

https://www.motorcyclenews.com/product-reviews/product-picks/top-five-kevlar-jeans/

Base layer tee with something like a tattershall/check shirt over the top. Lined or otherwise. If unlined you could use a wool jumper, (think nato wooly pully).

Then I'd go with a jacket of choice, funilly enough I'd be tempted by something like a quality wax jacket.

https://www.barbour.com/uk/catalog/product/view/id/10468/s/barbour-ogston-wax-jacket/category/77/

Why? they tend to have fastenable volumous pockets, and are pretty waterprooff and rugged. They also come in dark colours. And fairly common, you're not going to stand out in the same way you would do if you were wearing some high speed low drag coat.

Boots on the bottom.
>> No. 18328 ID: c70a24
>>18305
This is ideal af.
>> No. 18331 ID: f5c3ed
Flannel plaid shirt, 5% spandex blue jeans and growing a beard works (I used to hate them, now I'm 50/50). Along with a basic analog watch, thumb ring and footwear of your choice; you can blend in almost anywhere. I've been this outside of work since I got by CCW. I look like a basic hipster, but have 6 to 30 rounds of .45 under my belt and no one is any the wiser.
>> No. 18332 ID: f5c3ed
>>18331
Also to add, the Flatpack Tourniquet Carrier from Philster wth a RATS tourniquet and a ESEE Izula with a horizontal belt clip for when I'm in tougher areas.


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18121 No. 18121 ID: 6c91d5 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Has anyone succeeded in sourcing & pricing a XX1340 or XX1211 gen-1 triple cascade tube for a Fero-Z51 (Orion 80) scope?
>> No. 18125 ID: f5c3ed
All I could find was this Chinese site:
http://www.hioptic.com/night-vision-equipment/IIT-image-intensifier-tubes/1_generation_image_intensifier.htm

I can't say I'm too familiar with anything beyond PVS-7s and 14s unfortunately.

Good luck!
>> No. 18127 ID: 6c91d5
>>18125
Thank you, i'll check them out.
>> No. 18330 ID: 9a7482
>>18127
2 year bump.

Fyi, the XX1211's are long gone. Hioptic sells the XX1340's for $2285 USD.


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18189 No. 18189 ID: 8db00f hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I want flannel lined 5.11 pants. But can't find them in by size.

So I want to find separate flannel pants as a liner for my usual 5.11.
Does something opchan-recomended flannel pants ever exist? Maybe woolrich?
>> No. 18191 ID: 044fd0
I have a few pairs of fleece-lined pants I got at Walmart a few years back, they seem to have held up well. As for a separate liner I'd recommend the Polartec milsurp bibs:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/U-S-MILITARY-POLARTEC-BLACK-FLEECE-COLD-WEATHER-OVERALLS-MEDIUM-S-R/152283108769?hash=item2374c7d5a1:g:TfIAAOSw4shYA9yz
>> No. 18192 ID: 044fd0
>>18191

*Wrangler fleece-lined pants.
>> No. 18317 ID: eb9ef4
buy once cry once OP
https://www.duluthtrading.com/men/pants/lined-pants/
>> No. 18320 ID: 143856
>>18317
Lol. Pants is not thing that you can really buy once.


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18319 No. 18319 ID: f3ae61 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Anyone have any experience with the Gen 4 Mayflower UW Chest Rigs and the AK74 platform. Ive heard the pouches are too tight for anything but STANAGs but I would like some input other than hear-say.


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17348 No. 17348 ID: dda126 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcGNtLvAshE
>> No. 17349 ID: 9723b1
"Moderate" muslims don't even have the decency to not condone terrorist actions.


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18311 No. 18311 ID: 21d624 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Are there any small packs with a similar form factor to the Haley Strategic Flatpack, but aren't $140?
>> No. 18312 ID: f5c3ed
Find a used one, or a Chinese or Russian made copy on eBay.


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