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Post by McLovin » Sun Mar 13, 2011 8:55 pm

So for my load out I chose the Condor RAV, made of 1000 Condura Denier. To the best of my knowledge all of the attachments and pouches are made of 1000D too except the m14 pouches which are 600D.
I chose the RAV carrier because I like heavy weight carriers. And this allows me to stay out in the game for hours. Fully loaded I am bringing out about 3k rounds.
The cool thing I like about what I did is that I bought a blank vest and bought everything separate rather than buying a complete set or cheap replica RAV/CIRAS. I chose this route because it allowed me to make it my own and customize it the way I want to. Over all this vest cost me $350 and fully loaded with bb's, mags, water and misc accessories weighs roughly 25lbs.

The RAV resembles the CIRAS that a lot of people seem to love, with a few differences. If anybody could tell me those differences I would be greatly appreciated!
Both the CIRAS and RAV are MOLLE platforms.

RAV has velcro in the front, at the top near the neck and along the belly. They are there for nametape/ID usage and for attaching the wrap-around cumberbund respectively. There is also velcro on the back for attaching the zip-up back panel.

CIRAS also has copious amounts of velcro, the Maritime has velcro at the sides to secure the side panels, and the Land has velcro at the front to secure the cumberbund.

Both CIRAS and RAV are excellent rigs. Because they are MOLLE platforms, they can be endlessly configured to your particular preference. With appropriate MOLLE pouches, you could build rigs suited for a particular game, a particular setting, or a particular season, all based on one platform, rather than getting several for different applications.
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A) 2 Condor Single Mag Pouches: I have 1 speedloader in each pouch, being that I run mid-caps. I also may use one for a 40mm Grenade.
B) 4 Condor Double M14 Pouches: The only things I can fit my SR25 mags in. I did have to stretch the pouches out a bit to conform to my mags though. Carring 8 G&P brand 170 Mids.
C) Hyrdration Tube
D) Condor 1 pt Bungie Sling: One of the best slings I have ever used. I know theres better out there but this one is amazing and does the job.
E) PTT Radio Communicator
F(1)) Condor MAX Admin Pouch: I have a LED map light strung through it and a compass for this years Op: Military Games. (look below for contents)
F(2) Holds a Beam Light and 2 nice pens for on the field/off the field duties.

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A) Condor Hydration Carrier mk1: Self explanatory
B) Condor Utilities Pouch: Font pouch holds a set of allen keys. Main pouch holds bug spray, electrical tape, permanent marker, flat-head screw driver and Cat Piss defog spray.
C) Condor Radio Pouch: Hold my T5200 Motorola.
D) Limited Edition silver K-BAR (discontinued)
E) Condor Dump Pouch: holds 10-12 m4 mags

INSIDE: Kind Arms replica IIIA Sapi Plates

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Post by thetaco » Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:11 pm

First up is my USA/Breedland loadout.

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BDUs are three color desert/DCU
Vest maker, unknown. More than likely a clone of the Condor RRV, as it is identical in all aspects, down to the small ballistic plate holders on the inside of the vest itself. Tan in color.
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That small bit of square you can see peeking around my waist is a Matrix dump pouch. I can stuff all 15 of my M4 mags in it.
Two SDS triple M4 pouches, in three color desert, stacked on each other.
Tan radio pouch. Fits a Motorola Saber 2 like a dream. Currently used as a BB bottle holder.
One SDS triple M4 pouch with a tan triple M4 pouch stacked on top of it.
In the admin area is a double pistol pouch. Ive got two pistol style speedloaders in it, meant to be used quickley, as they are in an easier to reah spot than my M4 speedloader.
Not seen is a tan EMT pouch on the back. Great little pouch that contains a scaled down version of my trucks EMT bag. Its very limited, mostly geared towards fall injuries. I can splint a broken or sprained body part, or stop minor to moderate bleeding.

All in all, I LOVE this new rig. With it, I can carry up to 2200 rounds onto the field, and 1200 rounds of that is just in magazines for my M4 and PDW. Crappy downside: No good way to carry a hydration system, and its somewhat bulky. I can not move as quickley with this rig as I can with my next one.



Next loadout is my PMC/high speed loadout.
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Vest base is a Tru-spec chest rig, wrap around MOLLE
On it are a mix of Real-Spec and no name brand Black double M4 pouches. I have 6 of them, allowing me to carry my full set of M4 midcaps.
In addition to that is a single M203 grenade pouch in Black. I use that to carry my BB bottle.

This replaced my old High speed rig, and it does the job well. I use this vest for open sessions, as it allows for a much larger range of motion, and I can move pretty quick in it. It does tend to ride up a bit, and it does not allow me to stay out on the field for long. Again, no Hydration system on this one.

Not the correct section, but weapons pictured would be an E1 M8A4 CQB and a Bravo KAC PDW.
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Post by Jonesy » Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:22 pm

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Post by thetaco » Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:27 pm

Jonesy wrote:oh no
Um. What?
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Post by Dew Key (Dewk) » Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:53 am

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Post by Larzon » Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:57 am

Mclovin, why would you ever need a knife that big with you?
Kid at CP- Dude you should totaly call your hits!
Me- Dude I was totaly totaly taking pictures.
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Post by thatguyonline » Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:14 am

Larzon wrote:Mclovin, why would you ever need a knife that big with you?
Hes a crazy Canadian! Thats why! :D
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Post by Meith.Killer » Mon Mar 14, 2011 6:20 pm

That's not a knife...this is knife, lol.

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Post by ihackedthis1 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 7:26 pm

That is one sexy knife... Did you do the paracord handle or did it come like that?
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Post by Meith.Killer » Mon Mar 14, 2011 7:31 pm

I did it, took me a couple tries to get it look decent, lol

Here is a tutorial on how to do ithttp://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=6&f=4&t=249201
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Post by elonaman » Mon Mar 14, 2011 10:38 pm

You gotta put an australian accent in there keith. lol.
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Post by Bunny » Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:13 pm

elonaman wrote:You gotta put an australian accent in there keith. lol.
Sadly, I think there are a decent number of people on this forum too young to get that :D

McLovin, is that a rubber knife? If so, why exactly do you carry it?

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Post by Meith.Killer » Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:30 pm

Don't really know how to type an Australian accent lol.
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Post by McLovin » Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:42 pm

Bunny wrote:McLovin, is that a rubber knife?
no

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Post by Gingerbreadman » Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:35 am

Meith.Killer wrote:Don't really know how to type an Australian accent lol.
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Post by Bunny » Tue Mar 15, 2011 11:05 am

McLovin wrote:
Bunny wrote:McLovin, is that a rubber knife?
no
If it's real the MAA strongly discourages carrying fixed-blade knifes onto the field. There's no reason for it and it can be dangerous.

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Post by McLovin » Tue Mar 15, 2011 1:34 pm

Bunny wrote:
McLovin wrote:
Bunny wrote:McLovin, is that a rubber knife?
no
If it's real the MAA strongly discourages carrying fixed-blade knifes onto the field. There's no reason for it and it can be dangerous.

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Its not real either nor is it rubber. This is what evike used to sell before they switched to rubber.
Its a Limited Edition Silver K-Bar. (if you would have read above) :)
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Post by Downtown » Tue Mar 15, 2011 3:54 pm

Guys,

I am very impressed with ALL of the gear load outs that have been posted here. My advice has always been, buy what YOU want. Find out what works for YOU and what does not. Get idea's here and if it does not work, try something else. Do not try to impress others and DO NOT worry about the negativity of others.

Take criticism for what it is and learn from other players input. But remember, they are not YOU.

To all, Keep up the good work and keep the gear pics coming. I wish I had some more to add. But my gear is pretty well set for Airsoft and Real Steel shooting. I just switch out the foam for Real Armor panels and plates.
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Post by Viper » Tue Mar 15, 2011 5:45 pm

McLovin wrote:Its not real either nor is it rubber. This is what evike used to sell before they switched to rubber.
Its a Limited Edition Silver K-Bar. (if you would have read above) :)
Yeah, it says "Silver K-Bar" and Ka-Bar makes real knives. Seems pretty logical to me to assume you meant a real knife. Is there some super special way Bunny was supposed to read that??
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Post by Erik » Tue Mar 15, 2011 6:52 pm

Finally finished the "Modern Warrior" kit I have been working on. As mentioned in the related thread, this is strictly a costume, not for skirmishing.

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Headgear:
"Recon" helmet
PVS14 on a Rhino mount
Surefire helmet light
Petzl headlamp
Counterweight (scratchbuilt)
Strobe light

Vest:
Condor Vest with upgraded shoulders, deltoid and groin protector (from a CIRAS kit)
MSM Molle patch pocket
EMDOM shingle (sits funny because I mounted it wrong; fixed since the pics were taken)
4x Tactical Tailor magazine pouches (2 on each side)
SpecOpsGear Sheath with Cold Steel (rubber) Big Bear Classic Knife
Safariland 6004 holster with Sig P226
Dirty Dagger pistol magazine pouch
Phantom pop-flare pouch
Condor utility pouch
Blackhawk pistol lanyard

Clothing:
SKD Multicam shirt & pants
Oakley gloves
Altima kneepads
Bates desert boots

Primary Weapon:
Hk XM8
PEQ-15
Magpul AFG
CIRAS sling

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Post by Trippy » Tue Mar 15, 2011 8:46 pm

Any particular reason why you went with the XM-8 instead of the SCAR of Masada?
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Trippy wrote:Any particular reason why you went with the XM-8 instead of the SCAR of Masada?
Because I don't own a SCAR or Masada.
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Post by Fatal » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:33 pm

London Bridge Trading (LBT) 1961A-R.

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Post by Jesse » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:36 pm

Damn, you got the ATAC's already.

I knew I should of ordered them through Militaygear.com

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Post by Jonesy » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:47 pm

Fatal wrote:London Bridge Trading (LBT) 1961A-R.

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Seriously, I read somewhere those were going to be hard to get. Guess not.

Looking good.
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Post by Touchette » Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:27 am

Fatal wrote:London Bridge Trading (LBT) 1961A-R.
They don't really use that particular rig anymore do they? (They being American Armed Forces)
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Post by Fatal » Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:33 am

A lot of NSW (Naval Special Warfare) guys run this rig. It's a very complex rig it has a lot of little bits to keep things clean and in place.
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Post by marinefan2 » Sun Mar 20, 2011 3:28 pm

I finally got the last few pieces for my rig in and took some better pictures so I figure I'd post an update.
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Pantac MBSS (CB)
Pantac MAP W/ camelbak bladder & tube (CB)
Pantac Short Radio Pouch (CB)
Pantac Admin Pouch (CB)
Surplus US Woodland double M4 Pouches
Cheapo ehobby woodland drop pouch

I have a Saber 1 and a motorola speaker mic w/ 2.5mm jack along with a cheap ebay acoustic ear piece. Pretty inexpensive set up but its worked well for me so far.

Would like to still get a Maxpedition drop pouch mounted on a BDU belt to replace the drop pouch and possibly replica SAPI plates down the road.
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Post by brendizzle » Sun Mar 20, 2011 5:31 pm

the woodland pouches on the tan pc looks a bit off to me but other then that looks like a great rig. I am currently putting together a rig that pretty much resembles your setup only mines all black.
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Post by marinefan2 » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:04 pm

Yeah I got the pouches for cheap with the intention of replacing them with CB pouches but they kind of grew on me. Plus I've seen a few pictures with soldiers using old woodland pouches on Tan/CB plate carriers so I can use the excuse that I'm trying to replicate that haha.
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Post by WarGod » Mon Mar 21, 2011 8:49 am

marinefan2 wrote:Yeah I got the pouches for cheap with the intention of replacing them with CB pouches but they kind of grew on me. Plus I've seen a few pictures with soldiers using old woodland pouches on Tan/CB plate carriers so I can use the excuse that I'm trying to replicate that haha.
You don't need an excuse to run it the way you do, it looks fine! If you've seen pictures or even the show "Kill Point", the Marines have such a mish-mash of gear.

I think your rig looks fine with the woodland...I actually contemplated using the same woodland pouches on my CIRAS-Mar
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Post by Fatal » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:00 am

While I was in the Marines, I ran that setup (Tan vest, woodland pouches) it's what I was issued. :wink:
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Post by marinefan2 » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:24 am

Fatal wrote:While I was in the Marines, I ran that setup (Tan vest, woodland pouches) it's what I was issued. :wink:
That's great! I try and loosely base my gear off of what the Marines use.
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Post by Pvt.King » Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:58 am

USMC_GUNNA wrote:Here are the contents of my IFAK if your interested. Its a tight squeeze, but it's convenient and not cumbersome. I can treat sucking chest wounds, massive hemorrhages, and GSW's almost anywhere. All I need is a nasal pharyngeal.

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All in all this is a good set-up, I just need a smaller holster, or I may have to move it because it gets in the way of my stock weld. I can also expand my mag cap easily. It is a little heavy though, takes alot of getting used to.
Awesome set-up!
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Post by med!c » Fri Mar 25, 2011 7:33 pm

Fatal wrote:London Bridge Trading (LBT) 1961A-R.

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Post by Fatal » Fri Mar 25, 2011 9:34 pm

^The sex.
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Post by Meith.Killer » Thu May 05, 2011 8:05 pm

Just got my AK vest finished up.
Condor CPC and triple AK/AR mag pouch
TAG rampage admin pouch
Camelbak 3L armorbak

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Elvis wrote:I'll get started:

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Just wondering what kinda Radio you have there?
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Bunny wrote:
elonaman wrote:You gotta put an australian accent in there keith. lol.
Sadly, I think there are a decent number of people on this forum too young to get that :D

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Post by b_rik » Sun May 08, 2011 10:22 am

looks like a motorola MTS 2000
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b_rik wrote:looks like a motorola MTS 2000
Correct. It's an MTS2000....
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Post by Shock&Awe » Thu May 12, 2011 10:07 pm

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This is my 75th Ranger loadout. Painted the MICH and M4. Wore a light sport jacket over my ACU combat shirt since it was cold.

Gear pictured: Matrix CIRAS vest, MICH 2000, ESS Profile NVG (OD), recon wrap (ACU), Mechanix gloves (BLK), Camelbak (ACU), drop-leg holster (BLK), knee pads (ACU), bungee sling (OD).
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Re: Gear loadouts: Pics, Details, and Discussion

Post by Biscuit-Boy » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:35 pm

Getting a little artsy up in here. Sorry if this post is huge.

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Post by Trippy » Wed Jun 08, 2011 7:36 am

Did you at least hollow out the cans on your respirator so you can breathe?
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Post by andre » Wed Jun 08, 2011 9:18 am

Trippy wrote:Did you at least hollow out the cans on your respirator so you can breathe?
I was actually wondering the same thing.
Is the respirator just for looks or is it intended to be your face protection?
I think it gives you a couple of points towards tacti-cool but are there any issues with fogging?
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Re: Gear loadouts: Pics, Details, and Discussion

Post by Biscuit-Boy » Wed Jun 08, 2011 1:57 pm

The lenses are double layered/thermal, and near impossible to fog, even in the hottest weather and with the mask on. And I actually use that respirator for painting so hollow isn't an option. If I have to run or do a good deal of physical labor, I can just remove the filters and still have a seal where they attach, but with much better air flow. But yeah, I was really only wearing it because it looks cool. This is the "loadout" for a little indie film I hope to make later in the year, and even then the respirator isn't going to be in much of it. When I actually airsoft (not as often as it used to be) I just wear a balaclava or a full face mask.

EDIT: Much like Erik's "Modern Warrior" kit, it's more for fun than for skirmishing.

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Re: Gear loadouts: Pics, Details, and Discussion

Post by Trippy » Wed Jun 08, 2011 8:42 pm

Once those cans crap out and you need new cans, keep the dead ones and hollow them out.
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Post by Gotchya » Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:29 pm

I use a respirator like that for face protection but removed the filters and cleared out the airways as much as possible. its really not as hard to breathe in as you'd think.
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Re: Gear loadouts: Pics, Details, and Discussion

Post by Downtown » Wed Jun 22, 2011 11:44 pm

Regardless of the look, I love the pics...GREAT JOB!

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Re: Gear loadouts: Pics, Details, and Discussion

Post by Biscuit-Boy » Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:07 am

Thanks! :D

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