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807 No. 807 ID: 708727
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. 15986 ID: 1f4942
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goretex bivy bag
Light and didn't take much space in the backpack
>> No. 16014 ID: 044fd0
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In the off-chance anybody was wondering the Army assault pack will mount on the ILBE without issue. Pretty sure the Army model has greater capacity than it's counterpart.
>> No. 16037 ID: 721025
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Specialty defense Systems shotshell panels on FLC. Holds 16 rounds each, has roll-away flaps for better retention and weather resistance. Pretty nice, don't know why they're not more common.

Specialty Defense Systems holster for M9 and similar-sized pistols.(Top right.) Part of the Airsafe survival vest system it prioritizes retention, it fully-encloses the pistol and secures with two Lift The Dot snaps, has an elastic band and another Lift the Dot snap on the mag pocket, secures to a vest with four MOLLE straps. not very good for a quick-draw, but your pistol won't come loose any time before doomsday. Would be good for off-roading and things of that nature.
>> No. 16107 ID: cd4a7e
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Just got it last week.
>> No. 16131 ID: efc355
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i've got a pic related old vest lying around, but it's missing the mag pouches (don't even ask)

what are some good ideas for a substitute, i'd like to avoid MOLLE and keep it as simple as possible.
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>>16131
> i should clarify that i'm not looking for a new vest, just some creative ideas on what to do with the current one.

Doing some cleaning up regarding special rule for the thread

> Every post must have an image, and every image must be your personal gear. Battle belts, plate carriers, hell, even range bags.

Mine
>> No. 16255 ID: 044fd0
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Extreme cold weather gear for the snowpoclypse.

N3-B parka
F1-B trousers
Mittens and Mickey Mouse boots.

Very heavy for the northeast, but good for winter camping when you're sitting outdoors not doing much. Boots are the weakest link, they're rubber inside and out so there's nowhere for sweat to go. Mukluks or modern hunting boots are a better option.
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>> No. 16294 ID: 6d9a1a
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>>16282
What's that by your multitool? A light saber?

Don't have much in the way of gear. So here's a Kryptek camo hat I got for free at work, Vortex monocular, and my jumping spider catcher.
>> No. 16296 ID: cf3c40
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16296
Ballistic vest fits under shirt plus jacket perfectly fine.
>> No. 16297 ID: cf3c40
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>>16296
All buttoned up.
>> No. 16301 ID: 2ed649
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My current setup. Kind of new to using a plate carrier, since I never owned one before I got this one from an airsoft buddy of mine. Usually, I'd just use the FLC with its pouches over IOTV. Gear is:

LBT 6094A in Tan 499
GGG 1x3 Mag shingle and 1x2 mag pouch
GGG Slim IFAK pouch (no shears in kit)
GGG Multi-purpose utility pouch
WAS Elite Ops Cargo pack w/ Source 2L bladder
AR500 Level IV composite plates (front/rear)
Gentex ACH(L)
Ops-Core Occ-Dial liner kit
USGI NVG mount (not pictured)
16" BCM mid-length upper w/ KMR 15 rail and Gunfighter Comp Mod 0
Spikes Tactical lower w/ PSA mil-spec lpk and H buffer
Troy folding battle sights with HK-style front sight
Aimpoint Comp M4s w/ killflash
Blue Force Gear Padded Vickers Sling
Magpul PMag Gen 2 x9
Troy Battle Mag x8

Any tips greatly appreciated. This is kind of my drill setup, but I would never take the gear, except helmet to drill because I don't want to look like a geardo faggot, which I kind of am. So really, I'll use this for a carbine course sometime in the future.
>> No. 16303 ID: 78fde9
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Took what I had in the house and took some really shitty photos!

First is CBRN gear! Going left to right;

- Two non-calibrated CDV-717s, they're more for keeping the kits together than anything.

- Calibrated CDV-720 w/ original headset (set it to a lab for calibration), it's functional and field ready.

- Straps for the meters/geigers.

- CDV-750 charging unit, it functions which is awesome.

- Six non-calibrated CDV-742 Dosimeters, they're suffering from electro-discharge so they need work.

- Calibrated CDV-715, this puppy needs some serious rads before it moves the needle.

- Another CDV-720, sharing the box with another CDV-715.

(On the red blanket)

- M17A2 /w laser outserts, M1 waterproofing bag, and training filters.

- Israeli Civilian mask, 40mm thread.

- M40 w/ tinted outserts, laser outserts, M1 waterproofing bag, training cards and training filter.

- M256A1 Chemical Agent Detection Kits

- M8 Chemical Detection Paper

- M295 Individual Equipment Decon Kits

- M291 Personal Decon Kit

- Type-II Butyl Gloves

- Original CDV-777-A box and CDV-777 box.

- Associated documents for everything.
>> No. 16304 ID: 78fde9
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cont...

More shitty photos!

- Grenadiers Vest, production date looks to be 68', but it's too faded to tell.

- Cold weather helmet liner

- Legit MX991/U and reproduction TL-122 crookneck flashlights

- M1950 suspenders

- GI shit level knee pad inserts (under suspenders)

- squad leader memo pad w/ custom made map case

- Spec-Ops riggers belt
>> No. 16305 ID: 78fde9
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cont....

But wait! There's even more!

- First Gen Camelbak MULE

- Cheapo chest rig

- ACU and Twill BDU pants, tan shemagh, OD green undershirt
>> No. 16306 ID: 78fde9
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Cont....

EVEN MORE!

-SDS 4095 Assault Pack

- Shooters gloves with inserts

- Neck gaiter

- fleece watch cap

- Green shemagh

- SOG cap

- Black combat shirt

- Poly cold weather shirt

- OD green undershirt

- boonie cap

-
>> No. 16307 ID: 78fde9
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Last, but not least...

- Condor MCR-4 w/ large GP pouch, slim GP pouch,

- Shitty, nah really shitty Rothco shotshell bandoleer, it's being replace with a Blackhawk bandoleer ASAP(...unless someone can offer a better option)

- Condor mag inserts attached to GI mag insert (they get the job done for shotshell cards) in total seven mag/card slots

- Shotshell card quick detach velcro pad

- IFAK in a pouch I can't who made...

- Back is the "hyrdo harness" w/ GI radio pouch attached with UV-5R Baochang sitting in it, cheap Baochang mic, GLINT IFF flag, and nametape.

- PASGT armor vest

This concludes our semi-poorfag gear list/collection. Please tune in when we clean out the closet and shed...
>> No. 16315 ID: dd3f77
>>5213
Why break the rifle down for storage?
>> No. 16445 ID: 9a8dc8
>>16301
The only thing I would say is "missing", unless I'm missing something is a radio pouch or something like that. Comms are important.
Dont worry about looking like a "geardo faggot"...train with your shit. Every range I go to is full of faggots and fudds, dont let that affect you
>> No. 16446 ID: 9a8dc8
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Oops forgot pic. Re-Roll
Ares Armor Combat XII pack. Pretty good assault pack, just big enough for the essentials.
>>16301 
The only thing I would say is "missing", unless I'm missing something is a radio pouch or something like that. Comms are important. 
Dont worry about looking like a "geardo faggot"...train with your shit. Every range I go to is full of faggots and fudds, dont let that affect you
>> No. 16538 ID: c1c101
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>>6950
Still the same basic kit, but with a few additions.

Still running the SKD Pig Brigandine with the 4 pouch Systema on the front. Large SAPIs inside.

Added a Contigency Procurement Group high cut ballistic helmet. Long story behind that but I have it now. Gonna paint it and possibly add some cloth to get it matching the rest of my kit and (more importantly) not stick out like a big black...head. Also gonna have to figure out a way to add ear pro to the rails. Wondering if I'll have to get some Peltors or if there's a way to rig up a set of Howard Leights the same way. If nobody has made an adapter for those to interface with a helmet rail, it's a big untapped market, IMO.

Emdom/MM CM belt has had the shitty Snapdragon buckle replaced with a ADF Raptor. It's a US made copy of the Cobra buckle. Much more reliable and positive securing than the Snapdragon, which had a tendency to pop loose on me. No doubt my considerable girth is a major factor in that, but now I have a buckle that refuses to open under load, rather that one that pops open. Win. I've added a Glock field knife (in case I run low on explosives) and have rigged the belt adaptor for my Safariland with a QLS, so I can swap it between my Glock and my 1911 easily. I've also added a HSGI velcro inner belt and it makes a huge difference in keeping the belt in place.

Lastly, I've got a pair of SKD Alpha gloves. Good fit, great flexibilty and dexterity, but also good abrasion resistance. I didn't get the Touch models, unfortunately, but if I'm in a situation where I'm kitted up with my gloves on, I doubt I'll be spending much time on my phone. Then again...ballistic calculators, GPS, etc...

So...some things I still need or want to add:
*IFAK. I go back and forth between the ITS ETA Trauma kit or the Dark Angel Medical DARK. Then again I could just roll my own...
*Hydration. I really ought to put a hydration carrier on the plate carrier. Then again maybe I'd be better off having a pack with hydration. Pros and cons.
*Dump pouch. Gotta have somewhere to put the twinkies and cupcakes.
*Soft armor. Side plates? I'm not getting the most out of my SAPIs without soft armor behind them. My size is again an issue here, unfortunately. XL BALCS should do the trick but XL BALCS and appropriately sized carriers can be tricky to find. I'm not well set up in my current residence for storing it flat, either. There's always plain SAPI shaped backers, I suppose. Pros and cons.
*Night vision? My dome came with a mounting point preinstalled, so it opens up the option of adding night vision. I'll have to be careful with my decisions there to make the right choice, keeping my rifle configuration in mind. Might have to lose the Surefire weaponlight I currently run and switch to a DBAL to get the maximum benefit out of the NOD. Will also have to see how well it works out sighting through my T-1 Micro with something like a PVS-14 stuck to my face. Night vision is a long ways down the line though, I think.

Still plenty to do, but definitely getting there and thinking harder about choices.
>> No. 16625 ID: 93e0c7
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Picked up a Paraclete SOHPC from SKDTac from their Black Friday Sale. Figured I needed to finally update my armor setup from >>9607
Gonna pick up a Mayflower Assaulter's Back Panel to top it off before finally making the transition over with pouches, etc.
>> No. 16630 ID: b3184a
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>> Canadafag 15/12/21(Mon)20:17 No. >16629\n');" style="background-image: inherit; background-size: inherit; background-attachment: inherit; background-origin: inherit; background-clip: inherit; background-color: inherit; color: rgb(52, 52, 92); text-decoration: none; font-family: sans-serif; background-position: inherit inherit; background-repeat: inherit inherit;">16629 ID: b3184a

Just put this together tonight. I have a back panel for it, but Im not going to mount it until my plates come in. 

-Tasmanian Tiger MkII Chest Rig. Basically a modified RRV, with 4x mag pouches, and some nicely profiled utility pouches on either side. The magpouches will hold 2 AR mags but only hold one of these vz58 mags each. Im not sure if I like the flaps but they are removable. I may put bungees on or something. The padding on the inside is really nice without going overboard. 
-Paraclete double M4 pouch repurposed to hold my Bowchang. I like it better than most "radio pouches". Im still working on a custom harness with PTT and remote antenna. 
-2x HSGI pistol pouches. These have buckles as well as velcro with "silencers" if you dont want the velcro. They dont have drainage grommets which is pretty ghey. Im going to put my own in. Otherwise theyre awesome. 
-Condor Admin Pouch, seems ok for what I payed for it. 
-Strike Hard Gear SKS stripper clip pouch. Holds 3 10 round stripper clips for either the vz58 or SKS. 

It came with a 3 mag kangaroo insert thats next to useless since the straps are in the way for two of them. 

Ill post my battle belt in a few days once Im done screwing around with it.
>> No. 16646 ID: b906d2
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Tacticool enough to have subdued Polish flags on my earpro.
>> No. 16690 ID: 044fd0
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Bianchi M12 on M13 chest harness with two M1025 double mag pouches and Glock field knife.
>> No. 16765 ID: bd2e16
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These are my Christmas presents from Frankengun this year.
>> No. 16766 ID: bd2e16
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>>16765
A set of Dyneema plates level 3. Weight 4 lbs each and float.
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>>16766
A little on the thick side but not much more than my other set of Dyneema plates. Maybe 1/4'' thicker. I like the finish.

Thanks Frankengun. Total bro (The only person that gets me exactly what the fuck I want for Christmas)

Now I'm off to put it in one of my many OTVs.
>> No. 16768 ID: e86e24
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Bianchi universal military family picture.

M12 holster with standard flap and Sig SP2022.
UM92 holster with thumbsnap strap on drop-leg extension with Glock 19.
Woodland camo single mag Alice pouch and M1025 double mag pouch on Alice belt.
M12 holster on M13 chest harness.
>> No. 16884 ID: 415c68
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>> No. 16995 ID: c550c6
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>>16995
YEEEAHHH PLAYA
I've got a recon harness laying around here somewhere. Only issue is that 90% of the time I'm going to be wearing my S4 gear binocular harness with my big dumb Steiners. I want to try rigging it up in the runner style though so I can keep a pistol with me.



Here's my Hill People Gear Tarahumara I took scouting for Spring Bear season yesterday.

Juuust big enough for the essentials to wear comfortably. Sitka Kelvin lite hoodie, Patagonia Torrentshell Plus rain/wind shell, Arc'teryx merino gaitor,gloves, nalgeen canteen, baby wipes, SOL blanket some basic first aid and trail food and a Kahr CM9 in case I ran into Russians taking pictures by our cowboy and indian battlefields.

Bear spray, mora, lighter and errything else stay on person.

Still a foot to foot and a half of snow at even 4500 feet. Found a couple sets of tracks though.
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>>17014
For Hill People Gear (those ruled by Lothar), wouldn't a furry backpack be a closer bet?
http://www.operatorchan.org/g/res/15608.html#i15621
http://www.operatorchan.org/g/res/15608.html#i15622

Swiss army rucksack of 'pony fur' & leather c.1920s-30's
http://www.vintagewinter.com/collections/vintage-mountaineering-and-antique-climbing/products/vintage-swiss-military-rucksack
LOTHAR OF THE HILL PEOPLE: CHIEFTAINS
Lothar (Mike Myers), Org (Jon Lovitz) and Tyler (Phil Hartman) commiserate about the woes of being chieftains and "walking" with women, and they encounter She-Beast (Chris Evert). [Season 15, 1989]
http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/lothar-of-the-hill-people/n9828
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>> No. 17046 ID: b66b8f
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Getting there with my CVC project. I'm surprised how well the ARCs fit.

The lamp is a russian copy of a sidewinder.
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I'll answer any questions
>> No. 17130 ID: b66b8f
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Now I can protect my hearing and look&feel like I'm wearing panties on my head at the same time!

Russian GSSh-01 earpro, if anyone is interested.
>> No. 17338 ID: 9ac673
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Picked up a KTC Axios "universal" holster a few months ago and just got a Glock 26 bluegun for practicing drawing while I wait for my permit.

>inb4 clean mirror
Sunday is 2 days away
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>> No. 17351 ID: 044fd0
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Mail Hauberk and bishop's mantle. half riveted links, half solid.

Modded Cold Steel Norse hawk.
>> No. 17463 ID: 044fd0
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Battle rattle, woodland edition.

Upper left: Hagor OTV with collar, throat and groin protectors. Mossberg 500 and M&P-15.
Middle Left: Blackhawk Lo-vis PC
Bottom-left: Molle 2 assault pack.
Center: Woodland boonie hat, PASGT, ESS Profile goggles, USGI nomex balaclava, Tru-spec 1/4-zip combat shirt, Shellback Banshee plate carrier with 3 P-mags and 18-round shotshell carrier, alice belt with Bianchi UM-92 holster, Bianchi double mag pouch, two USGI single mag pouches, One USGI triple rifle mag pouch, Ontario SP-6 knife, two bandage pouches with tourniquet, Israeli bandage and triangular bandage, Blackhawk! duty belt with Bianchi accumold duty holster, double mag pouch, cuff pouch and belt keepers, Blackhawk CQC single mag pouch, Safariland double shotshell holder, 10-round drop-leg shotshell carrier and Monadnock PR-24 aluminum expanding baton and belt clip.
Summer-weight woodland BDU trousers, Bijan knee pads and AF hot weather boots.
Right: Camelbak 3L Thermobak, ELBV with M12 holster, Bianchi double mag pouch, 1Q canteen with cup, Glock Field knife, First aid kit, butt pack containing: Mayday 2400 calorie food bar, brown wool GI sweater, woobie, VS-17 signal panel and OD rubber poncho.
Specter chest rig, holds 3 AK mags or 6 AR mags, Spec-Ops frontal assault pouch on left shoulder strap.
FLC with Ontario ASEK, Airsafe holster, triple pistol mag pouch, 200 round SAW pouch and canteen pouch.
FLC with two 16-round shotshell panels, one double-rifle mag pouch, one canteen pouch and a Sparrows Sentry lock pick set.
>> No. 17557 ID: b06430
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>> No. 17680 ID: ddf54b
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Project CVC continues. Finally made the adapter to mount my 57E to a Rhino arm. Still got to mount the transformer on the helmet, unsure whether I want a pouch for it or not.
>> No. 17734 ID: ee3635
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Finally got all my shit together. Just need one more mag
>> No. 17736 ID: 7c2bd9
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Found this at a gunshow for 15 bucks.

Has no tags on the inside other than two that say US made.


Anyone have any info?
>> No. 17739 ID: 0b4467
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>>17736

Looks like an LBT Chicken Plate Carrier - for $15 you did good, I sold one on ebay a few years ago for a LOT more.

Pic: Crye Airframe I got for a steal at a gunshow.
>> No. 17771 ID: e99f9f
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Im a pretty big fan of my sadf rig.
>> No. 17775 ID: 072989
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Warrior plate carrier. Hsp D3 chest rig.
Cascadia now.
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man, fuck winter sometimes
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