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John Kinnaird

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  1. Certain SF elements have been using Paraclete gear since the late 1990s, same goes for CAG. Paraclete isnt too active anymore, so it isnt used as much but you can still guys using Paraclete gear pretty often nowadays.
  2. The plate carrier on the ground next to the 416 is a Crye CPC. The plate carrier on the shelf next to the MP7 is an LBT 6094 with a 6094K front panel. Here is another picture of the exact same 6094 that pictured. More pictured of that setup are on the NRA's Life of Duty website. DEVGRU is pretty big on CPCs and JPCs. In September 2010 they ordered 70 CPCs, JPCs, and low profile MOLLE belts from Crye Precision (all in multicam)
  3. Here is another picture from that set. The guys with the airframes might actually be CAG. You are off to a good start on your impression though. For starters Id suggest replacing the patches on your JPC with a 3" by 5" US flag patch.
  4. I'd strongly suggest the Safariland 6377. Its a great holster and is exceptionally in expensive compared to other holsters on the market. They have them at holsterops.com. You might also want to check out the Crye gun clip.
  5. FSBE is the nylon equipment kit issued to Marine recon. Its like how SFLCS is the nylon equipment package issued to Army SF. Here is a picture of an FSBE kit (coyote brown MBSS, RRV, land CIRAS) http://i916.photobucket.com/albums/ad5/fsb...on/SAM_0092.jpg
  6. The Allied Industries coyote brown MBSS was part of the FSBE II kit. An Eagle Industries coyote brown CIRAS (land Variant) and an Eagle Ind. coyote RRV were also included in the kit.
  7. FSBE gear is basically the term used to refer to the suite of gear that is issued to Marine Recon and is unique to them. It was originally woodland camo kit made by SDS and the FSBE armor vest made by point blank. FSBE II gear was the next generation which consisted of coyote brown pouches made by Eagle and Allied Industries.
  8. That is completely incorrect. Here is the DEVGRU contract for JPCs and CPCs. https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&amp...re&_cview=1
  9. RIP Kevin Houston and John Douangdara http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/attac...mp;d=1339080826
  10. Tons of guys and various units use the CPC/CAGE chassis. Ill post some pics a bit later.
  11. It is to my understanding that multicam is pretty big in DEVGRU, and it seems that it is becoming more and more common on the regular teams. Its funny how an AOR1 6094 costs a bit more than a multicam CPC.
  12. I forgot to mention, the TAG Havoc carrier is suppose to be nice and it's pretty cheap.
  13. What is your budget? The First Spear sleeper carrier is nice but it's kinda expensive. Velocity Systems and Mayflower make some nice carriers too. The mayflower low pro assault armor carrier is nice and they also make a slick version. I personally don't like PACAs very much. There are better options available on the market now.
  14. Keep in mind that the JPC can be adjusted vertically.
  15. Really cool photos. I like how you took them with long exposure. Was your inspiration for that from all the Ranger night time pics floating around the internet?
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