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POSTMAN

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POSTMAN last won the day on August 12 2012

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  1. Personally from a game standpoint I am glad to see patterns that are more clearly tan or green. While I love the effectiveness of standard MC, it is really tough to differentiate because it has green and tan in it. I would like to see games move away from using standard MC and use the Arid pattern as a tan side pattern. The other upside is we will get fully tan and green uniforms in some of the most comfortable and quality designs. Unlike a lot of other older patterns (DCU) that are used as faction patterns but are not really available in more modern designs (combat shirts, and crye style pants).
  2. I had been thinking about an alternate setup like this as well. I have always struggled with comfortable weight distribution when carrying water with anything other than a pc. I am thinking of using the Rhodesian pantac rig with http://www.pantacgear.com/index.php/product-do-view-productid-58.html I would keep them separate instead of integrating them that way you can ditch the pack and water if you need to.
  3. So just to throw more gas on this fire, maybe what this little civil war needs is the involvement of a foreign nations forces getting in on the fun?
  4. Lol H&K everyone has their favorite right? Incog is awesome tactical fuzz is the best thing ever, I would still recommend wearing an undershirt as the gun its self can get annoying. The draw from this holster is smooth like glass. Only down side is having to wait so long to get it, also get the mag caddy its a great option you can remove it and run it without the caddy as well which is nice.
  5. Upon further testing, decal grips suck. They may be cheap but not effective. Either have some one do a good stippling job or learn how to do it your self. Fortunately I only wasted 11 bucks on it Also for you fellow glock users here is an awesome tutorial on glock upgrades http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-b69HlWT4Y
  6. The 215 is nice as well, but the cut doesnt look quite al low profile as the maflower.
  7. Here is my EDC, a gen 3 Glock 17 with XS tritium big dot sights and a gripforce beavertail, as well as a talon decal grip. Added adhesive skateboard tape to serrations on the slide as well. Grip has been reduced to allow use of G19 mags, Incog holster with a G17 mag as my spare, my carry ammo is gold dot spear +p 124 grain.
  8. Looking for one of these in medium preferably Coyote Brown. http://www.mayflower-rc.org/store/7016/22/Low-Profile-Armor-Carrier.html
  9. Sorry about that, Feel free to move this to the appropriate area.
  10. I am planning on running very few pouches on my side. So the elastic is out. I to split my kit up between my belt and PC, the only thing I have on my cummerbund is , one single rifle taco on my left followed by a blowout bleeder pouch and the small radio pouch behind that. On my right all I have is a another single rifle taco and a SOG Seal pup behind that I see the mesh or skeletonized as the next step in gear evolution as the material between it serves few purposes, as the interior molle allows you to add armor to your sides as needed anyhow.
  11. Anyone get the mag caddy with the INCOG. I dont know if its just me but adjusting the retention on it really doesn't seem to work? Anybody else have this issue?
  12. Yes that is correct. It sheds some extra weight as well. I narrowed what I want down to these two, just looking for some first hand experience of ownership with both of these to base my decision on.
  13. Myself and other team members have bought various Gen 1 night vision devices and paired them with high intensity infrared illuminators. None of us have been overly impressed with the results, I ditched mine as I was better off with my natural night vision. As well as the fact that the back lighting green light onto your face and red glow from the infrared illuminator gave you away anyhow. Couple this with the fact the the IR splash from the illuminator any time you were close to a wall or building was blinding as well. Bottom line sadly with this type of technology there isnt a good economical way to get a set worth having without shelling out some serious coin.
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