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  3. Yogi, if you've got to wear Kryptek, check out lapolicegear.com or the Vertx website. I've ordered from both, and neither company will do you wrong in my experience.
  4. TOMMYAIRSOFTER, everyone else in the thread has explained it pretty well, but as I used to live and play airsoft pretty regularly in Mississippi I figured I would just throw in my cheap .02 cents real quick. Yes, you can wear a BDU top year round without dying of a heatstroke, just know your limits and drink plenty of water. With that being said, you are going to be significantly more comfortable in a combat shirt, especially if you plan on wearing a plate carrier over it. The only time I found myself wearing a BDU top versus a combat shirt was during more "green side" style operations where I was using a chest rig and I felt the added camouflage was helpful. If I was in your position, and I had to choose between the two, I would go with the combat shirt. There is nothing stopping you from picking up a combat shirt first, and then down the road picking up a cheap used BDU jacket (If it's in m81 woodland or DCU, standard tops can be had for pretty cheap).
  5. I figured after signing up for IC2 last night I should make an obligatory intro thread. I'm new to AMS events but not particularly new to the MILSIM world. I've been airsofting for too many years and last year I drastically sold off all my guns and gear due to a move. It's now a mad rush to buy everything back before IC2 rolls around. I was born and raised in the Hattiesbirg MS area but currently reside in the great state of Texas. I look forward to getting back home and playing at the amazing AO. Hopefully the game can reignite the airsoft bug in me. Also I'll be rolling with UFS. So you COST guys can suck it...I'm kidding of course. Look forward to shooting you guys in September.
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