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How much gear do you wear?

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  1. 1. How much gear do you wear? Click all that apply.

    • Vest
      48
    • Knee pads
      43
    • Elbow pads
      7
    • BDU
      70
    • Helmet
      30
    • BackPack
      25
    • Hydration Carrier
      47
    • Magazine pouch
      76
    • Fanny pack
      10
    • Knife
      37
    • Plate Carrier
      40


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Just curious as to what you guys carry? For me, BDU, elbow/knee pads, backpack, fanny pack, knife, hydration carrier "in my backpack, and that's about it.

Edited by verisimilitude

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Wear* Sorry, bit of a grammar nazi.

 

MPC Plate Carrier

Pads

BDU's

Pouches of course

Dump pouch

AOT mask/helmet w/NVG depending on the field

Hydration carrier

Boots

Gloves

Extra BB's/Speedloader

 

EDIT: Didn't realize this was necro lol

Edited by Raven Wood

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Chest rig with assorted pouches

Knee pads

Sleeves rolled up to the elbows

Belt and pistol holsters

Paintball Mask (required at most places I airsoft so I don't see a point in buying a nice helmet)

Boots

BDU

Black T-Shirt

 

If the game time is less than an hour then I take off the chest rig and jacket if its hot

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Ferro Concepts FCPC (Plate Carrier) with ammo, hydro all that gucci stuff

Tactical tailor duty belt and pad

PANTAC Fanny Pack (seriously the best piece of kit I've ever owned.)

Crye Precision knee pads (integrated into Crye G3 pants)

Ops core Base Jump

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A standard flyye industries plate carrier with 4 m4 mag pouches, radio pouch, admin pouch, and single pistol mag pouch. A black polo shirt and khakis with no pads or holsters. And my 416 and head safety gear.

 

Thats about it. I'm trying to reduce the weight and go as fast and lightweight as possible.

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A condor drop pouch is really all you need.

Yeah but there's nothing wrong with looking cool and being comfortable with the right gear.

 

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I'm quite contempt with my headgear, very breathable. Tacticool.

 

On a side note, a serpa and one knee pad is all I hold on the legs. Thinking about ditching the serpa or getting a lighter P226. KJW model is pretty damn heavy.

 

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Edited by Ahmad

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Huh. No holster I see. Well, all I used is my BDU, and a holster. I use the pockets in the BDU for anything I need.

 

I use my BDUs AS a holster when need be. Yesterday I went pistols only and my plate carrier was weighing me down so much. But I was too lazy to take it off

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Well done sir. Well done. On a side note, just threw down $350 on a new banshee carrier and tactical tailor pouches. Stay tuned for pictures.

 

Why thank you. If you want to do the same, buy a Lenovo. You will not be disappointed with the failure.

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I wear a vest that has everything on it you could possibly need. I don't need all the extra stuff. I'm not going for MILSIM. Sadly that's too expensive and it's a lot of extra weight. I just have the vest, the mag pouch, and I don't know if this counts, but I carry it wherever I go 24/7. My Gerber pocket knife. I mean, why would you need elbow pads, knee pads, a fanny pack, and all that other stuff? Maybe for a multi-day game. But... I'm not doing much of that.

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I mean, why would you need elbow pads, knee pads, a fanny pack, and all that other stuff? Maybe for a multi-day game. But... I'm not doing much of that.

Well, knee pads help me a lot. I do a lot of sliding and tripping like an idiot diving. It's good not to have a ton of bruises, especially because I'm on my knees a lot.

 

 

Hockey, you pervs.

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