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#1961
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Mack, that vest is sharp as f*ck. Where did you get it from?

I think i saw that it was from ebay, could be wrong though. TMC make replicas for about £45


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Mack, that vest is sharp as f*ck. Where did you get it from?


It's a solidfox CPC mate, RSOV have them, cost me £190. Carrier is £170 shipped but only got stung for £20 import :)

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It's a solidfox CPC mate, RSOV have them, cost me £190. Carrier is £170 shipped but only got stung for £20 import :)


Looks a lot like the WAS DSC plate carrier

http://www.uktactica...e-multicam.aspx

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Hmm.. I don't really agree with that. They're both fairly modern styled plate carriers, but that's about where the similarities end. There's a lot of differences.

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Hmm.. I don't really agree with that. They're both fairly modern styled plate carriers, but that's about where the similarities end. There's a lot of differences.



As far as I can see the only difference is built in m4 mag pouch and a steel wire? What else?

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Pretty much everything

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Pretty much everything


Maybe it's just me but I can't see a massive difference.

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Well apart from

The cut of the PC
The size difference
The harness
The plate bags
The internal cummerbund
The integrated mbitr pouches
The kangaroo pouch
The shoulder pads
The quick release system
The internal stkss system
The internal pads
The ability to zip on panels

They are pretty much the same :)

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Well to all intents and purposes they're a pair of small multicam plate carriers, they're going to look somewhat similar regardless. That doesn't make them the same though.



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Well apart from

The cut of the PC
The size difference
The harness
The plate bags
The internal cummerbund
The integrated mbitr pouches
The kangaroo pouch
The shoulder pads
The quick release system
The internal stkss system
The internal pads
The ability to zip on panels

They are pretty much the same :)

And the very obvious velcro panel ;)



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So, I cancelled that UNCompany order above because the shipping turned out to be nearly $50 - went with just the G&P AK receiver, Saw Style pistol grip & top cover for $90.80 shipped. Dunno what has happened to them in the last year - they used to be uber cheap, but these days their shipping is always extortionate - but i can't get that receiver and grip both in stock at the same site to find a cheaper alternative. Considered going with a CYMA receiver instead, but i'm not convinced that the quality of old style CYMA metal receivers matches what I want for this build.

 

I might be able to recoup a few quid by selling the top cover, because I want a ridged AKM style one for this build - it's a part that may get lost i spose... fingers crossed lol!


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Nice bit of kit but they always look a size too small to me.


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My 'spares box' belt setup for the occasional outdoor game I get to in the warmer months.

 

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My 'spares box' belt setup for the occasional outdoor game I get to in the warmer months.
 
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Don't know even the name for that type of thing (rig/belt?) but whats is it? (Not belt rig like d&d blah rig )
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A belt. ;)

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Don't know even the name for that type of thing (rig/belt?) but whats is it? (Not belt rig like d&d blah rig )

 

 

A belt. ;)

Awwww bless!! lol, I'm guessing some kind of Molle Battle belt, with the addition of a lightweight yolk to take some of the weight, and its also thin enough to sit under a plate carrier or some form of vest/chest rig?


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It looks pretty good and light weight, sorry for my dumbness lol.
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To keep things simple, here's the exact item:

 

http://www.tactical-...belt-8686-p.asp

 

With this particular one you need to add a standard type of belt through the middle to hold it all together, but it has a lot of modularity (apart from the actual modular pouch attachment that is of course).  Different inner belts, D-rings for a yoke, cuts underneath if you want drop leg panels and it comes in 3 pieces so you can adjust the size.

 

Another older belt from the same brand which'd work out much cheaper would be this:

http://www.tactical-...3017-4669-p.asp

You can't hang any drop-legs but you could thread a yoke through the PALS webbing if you wanted (if the straps were made of 1" webbing) and no need to buy an inner belt.  I'd recommend one of those to any new player, I'm actually very surprised that tac-kit sell them so cheaply, quite a steal IMO.

The thing with any sort of PALS/Warbelt is to order a size up.  I'll get a 32"/medium waist in any sort of trousers and I'll order a large when it comes to any sort of belt like this.  Just means the loops come all the way around to the front and should nearly meet above groin/just either side of the actual buckle.  Hence you've got the most room possible to put things exactly where you want them, rather than everything ending up around your back for the most part.  Had issues in that area a couple of times, definitely always order that one size up and of course wherever possible get proper inch measurements and measure around the waistband of the trousers you wear to skirmish.



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My new SPOSN Makarov holster:

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...needs a bit of stretching to make reholstering simple

and the mag pouch is so tight to fasten on 2 of the little strip mags the Umarex PM uses that closing it again in the field may not be possible; which is sort of a good thing because it means that I won't lose them, but obviously if I have to dump the used mag and the other spare into a pocket to avoid losing them everytime I change one 14rnd mag, it makes carrying them in the pouch redundant. So yeah, stretching is definitely needed. It stays put on the belt very well though, which is more than can be said foor the leather one i have. Still, the pistol is way too hot for most sites anyway, so until I get into the valve with something bodge-tastic it's all academic anyway.

 

Plus my new SPOSN Trehtochechnik sling:

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...which is truly the way forward for 3-point slings: I can't wait to skirmish it!


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