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Cameron364

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What sort of clothes would make for a good load out, I don't really want to spend any money on BDU's (if thats what there called) at the moment, At the moment I have some black Cragghoppers trousers and some walking boots, could you just go in all black or would it be beneficial to get something more camoflagued?

I am going to buy a black assualt vest, Here

EDIT: Just Clothes, I know what gun I want to get

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I have that vest for sale in black for 15 + Postage :P

anyway you could easily get away with wearing Jeans and t shirt, thats what my mate currently wear on operation IRL as he just needs to be mobile and lightweight at the moment.

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Yeh I wouldn't want to wear jeans because if they get wet etc, etc.... So there is no problem just going all in black or just generally comfortable clothes, I mean my Cragghoppers are really comfy and so are the boots, When I start playing properly I think the majority of the time I will play CQB so there is no point being camoflagued.

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Yeah blacks fine, Camo is useless at airsoft ranges, Ghillie suits are the only effective thing in airsoft
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cool thanks! :D

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By the way, they are camo, may as well have it then not :P

http://www.flecktarn...k/dpcft1ua.html

Used aswell ;)

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Try here. They do a cadet starter set. Soldier 95 trousers, shirt, jacket, DPM waterproof set assault boots and a pair of socks. 39.99 delivered
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I'd always say to go DPM at first. Sure, everyone has it. And sure, you may be running round with a two tone gun, and yes maybe camo might be useless at airsoft ranges (which I've never found, I always found it helps for the sneaky sneaky), but it does at least make it look like you know what you're doing, even if you don't :P




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