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Multicam Gear & Loadouts - Mk 1


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I wouldn't worry about the difference between mc and mtp. Don't go for the really cheap ripoff crap that some will try and sell you. Any stuff that is of a decent quality would be ok. Just look at the colours on the camelback pouch on the above pics that isn't mc or mtp
And they use either a Serpa or Blackhawk holster

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It's Blackhawk that make the SERPA range of holsters.

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Damn that is a epic load out! gotta say you look epic in that!

Is it heavy when putting everything on when you tend to go on skirmishes?

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Ref camelbaks, I've been issued 2 different models over the last few years, and have seen at least another 2 variations on top of those. There's quite a lot of legacy gear knocking about which just hasn't been replaced/people don't want to change.

With that in mind, buy what you find comfortable and as long as it's MTP there'll be someone out there somewhere using it for real!

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Well here is my MC there are a few other litlle bits and pieces that need adding but this is basically it.

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My loadout consists of:

-Magnum boots
-5.11 TDU Trousers
-Helikon ACU Shirt
-Tan Plate Carrier with CB pouches and MC Hydration carrier
-Tan MICH 2002 (I think its a 02 model)
-Mesh Goggles
-Bulle safety glasses
-Hatch MC Knee/Elbow Pads

Weapon is a SRC G36KV

Im now looking for a decent pack/hydration carrier in MC but everything is now going to be going on
my primary as i need to get flashlight and a foregrip sourced due to one of my local sites having very
dark indoor areas and the foregrip just to make it a bit more comfortable holding the weapon over the
long hours of play.

Any advice you guys are willing to give would be great.

hay that is the same as my gun! :P :rolleyes:

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@Namaco if you were on bout my loadout then no i dont find it heavy at all as i often wear stab vests for work and so ive become used to the weight
also i only use 5 Pmags and i carry a speedloader and BB's in my small pouch + hydration pouch its just right for me to still run about like a headless chicken.

@adam yup its a little beauty just needs a spring change but internals are all good as i just got it serviced and now its just a foregrip n flashlight to finish it off
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Took a trip down to the lake for some photo ops over the weekend.

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looks good mate but imo theres just a little to much multicam with the rig and holster being multicam aswell as the bdu's but its an each to there own thing as with anything in airsoft, the scar is looking sexy as feck though :)


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I'm quite used to seeing a lot of guys wearing all MTP every day in work, so all MC doesn't particularly stand out in my eyes. Also as you'll notice if you see any of my skirmishing photos I've always got at least 3 different camo patterns on me when it comes to game day.

That and I could quite happily use almost all of that gear in Afghan when I go over there (the exception being the plate carrier, since I'm obligated by law to wear the issued armour), wouldn't be the case if I'd bought other patterns/colours.

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AAC M4-2000 by Magpul PTS, I believe my review should be up on here. Closer in shot:

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I know Blackhawks make the Serpas but they also make the other holster that are issued with a drop leg panel.

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Here's mine as it stands. Only things I'm missing on these photos are my knee pad and my eye pro.

Wearing all this stuff on the scales sent my weight from 80 to around 95kg...

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Forgive my crap camera work and modelling prowess, all I've got is my phone.

I feel like it's all quite cluttered, and I have to have everything so tight I can't breathe because otherwise it shakes about all over the place...

I'm running with my pistol's mag pouches on my belt as well, which isn't how they're meant to be used since they're molle... But if I put them on my rig they have to sit on top of the rifle mag pouches, which makes me look immensely fat, making it even harder than it already is to go prone or get low to the ground.

Any pointers?

I can't believe soldiers are actually capable of carrying this much stuff, they must be so slow and encumbered compared to their taliban adversaries... I mean if it were real, my mags would each weigh about 5 times as much, the rig would have plates in it making it weight at least 4kg more that it already does, they'd have about 3kg of water, if not more added on top + medical essentials etc etc.

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They also do a lot more Physical than some People beside's their trained to deal with the weight.

get a Molle Belt CK has some Pretty awesome one's up on his youtube

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Move one/both set(s) of mags to your chest? And move the ptt over to the shoulder strap?

 

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I might try that, but the PTT is best where it is.

Might just lose the patches and see how they are on my rig. My assumption was that they would block easy access to my rifle mags but I guess trying it before making that assumption would be a good idea.

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I agree with Nutster move your PTT to your shoulder strap then have the pistol mags mounted on your chest molle
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I think you'll find that if you're interested in quick/easy reloads you will be annoyed by having anything other than maybe an admin pouch up on your chest (based on my own experience) and that the reloads on the actual pistol will be painfully annoying, but that's just my experience. It's going to depend how concerned you are about being quick to the magazines. For me that's absolutely priority number 1, but it's obviously going to vary from person to person.

By all means give it a go, get out in to the garden run a load of reload drills in the standing/crouching/sitting/squat/prone/supine then change your rig around and do it again. That's the best way to go about it; there's nothing wrong with running MOLLE pouches on a belt though, pretty common in fact. There's little adapters on the market which can help make it all sit better and feel more comfortable as well. Possibly by Tac Tailor, I know FirstSpear definitely make something along those lines.

I won't go in to the whole thing with carrying real-world weights because it just brings back painful memories and I've only ever come close'ish (emphasis on the ish) to what the army carry while I've been on exercise. Sufficed to say now-a-days I almost always run with webbing or a bergan if I'm out on my own for some phys.

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I'll try rejigging stuff when I've got an hour or so to spare.

Since we're on the topic, is there an easier way to thread molle pouches on? It's a right bastard, I had to get the pliers out to pull the strap through the last loop!

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To be honest what you need is a rig that you can attach things around the sides or a Molle belt.
And as for the weight you said it adds about 15kgs to you the lads on tour don't leave the gates with anything less than 30ish kg and that's only if theyre out for a quick stroll. But there are bits of kit that help with it will try and get a link
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