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SABRE 03

SABRE 03

Member Since 16 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 09 2012 10:54 PM
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#3441 Knife a Day Thread

Posted by SABRE 03 on 23 April 2012 - 04:48 PM

08, that knife looks great and all... But horribly unused, and lacking attention. Feel free to send it my way and I will happy to give it some attention. It's the least I could do since I owe you one anyways.


#3384 Knife a Day Thread

Posted by SABRE 03 on 22 April 2012 - 07:23 PM

American Kami...Now we are talking. If I had won that $500 million lottery I would have a tomahawk of theirs in every flavor. You know, one for every day of the week, and for every outfit. By far the coolest tactical tomahawks I have ever seen.

This thread is worthless without pics, so here are my daily carry knives:

First up is my Zero Tolerance 0200. I picked this up straight from ZT/Kershaw's cosmetic blemish ebay store. I snagged it for about a hundred bucks back when these were still new and up in the $200's. There are no visible blemishes on the knife, however, it does have 4 small x's printed next to the model number on the blade. This is to denote that it is a blemish knife. This is by far the smoothest opening and functioning knife I have seen for the money. Not going to lie though, the thing is huge. I don't carry this as often as my Emerson

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Next up is my Emerson CQC-7 Wave. This is my go-to knife for daily carry. Easy to use, bomb proof, and simplistic. 08 hooked me up when I purchased this knife, so I owe him for that one. The wave feature is great for quick opening, as I do not have to worry about flicking any tabs, pressing buttons, or pushing studs to open the knife. Only great things to say about this simple knife.

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Lastly, I have a Crawford custom neck knife. Also thanks to 08 for this one, he owned it previously and sold this off to me. This thing has a cool polished finish, kydex neck sheath, and the handle itself also functions as a bottle opener, making it quite possibly one of the more deadly bottle openers in existence.

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Obviously not as crazy as 08's schwag, but hey gotta keep the thread rolling!


#3321 EDC CCW

Posted by SABRE 03 on 19 April 2012 - 05:24 PM

I currently run a Glock G19 RTF2 model.

Under stress, I feel that this is the best defensive handgun for me that can still be easily concealed. The RTF tears the crap out of my undershirts, however, if my hands are sweating or if it is raining, I will still be able to handle the weapon safely and effectively.

You should check out the new M&P Shield too. Those things are SWEET.


#2500 Tour Of Duty (SASR)

Posted by SABRE 03 on 01 April 2012 - 10:16 PM

Good post,
I saw this a while back and have probably watched it 4-5 times since. You aren't kidding about the amazing footage.


#2430 What foundations would you like to se AMS support?

Posted by SABRE 03 on 31 March 2012 - 04:15 AM

I have a few votes:

Wounded Warrior Project: For obvious reasons, unfortunately from what I have heard (word of mouth, apply a grain of salt) is that their operating costs eat up more money than what they give back. Still a great cause obviously! I should also clarify that is not a jab at you Sims! I have just heard comments about the top side of the organization.

Special Operations Warrior Fund: Supports families that have lost a loved one while operating under SOCOM and their affiliates. This one is neat, as the money goes to provide tuition assistance for the children of the fallen Soldier, as well as "survival" money to help the grieving family in the immediate aftermath of their loss.
http://www.specialop...uttheFoundation

Kilroy, I like your idea of other charities as well, my thought would be something a little less pink though. Something like prostate cancer awareness... Something a little off the beaten path, but JUST AS IMPORTANT IMHO. :)


#2402 Military Rank and Badges

Posted by SABRE 03 on 30 March 2012 - 02:47 PM

Thank you for setting this up. I attempted to introduce this with another group after seeing backwards flags, unearned rank, and people wearing unit patches that were not earned... I got some pretty heavy push-back. It's good to see that you guys are headed in the RIGHT direction though.


#2300 Post Your Plate Carrier Thread!

Posted by SABRE 03 on 29 March 2012 - 03:05 AM

Not gonna lie. The Woodland Crye shirt is badass!


#1142 Post Your Plate Carrier Thread!

Posted by SABRE 03 on 19 March 2012 - 02:17 AM

I'm impressed by some of the posts I'm seeing on here! I'll go ahead and post my stuff up as well.

The rig itself is an older Eagle Industries plate carrier, in Olive Drab.
The idea of this rig is to keep everything as slim as possible, but still maintain a fighting load. The rig is set up so that I can carry a maximum of 10 magazines on my person, however I typically only run 6+1 in the rifle. I have a triple mag pouch on the front to keep the whole rig comfortable when shooting from prone. If the 3 mags on the front run dry, I can cycle more in from the side. The only real bulk on the rig is the back plate, due to the MAP.

FRONT:
-DBT Admin Pocket, Ranger Green
-Tactical Tailor triple open top pouch, Olive Drab

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SHOOTER RIGHT (Left to right):
-2X Paraclete Frag/Handcuff Pouches, Smoke Green
-Paraclete Small GP, Smoke Green
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SHOOTER LEFT:
-3X Paraclete Dual M4 Magazine pockets, Smoke Green
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BACK PLATE (Left to Right):
-2X Paraclete Short Flashbang Pouches, Smoke Green
-Dual Pistol Mag Pouch, Smoke Green (for small ignitable smoke grenades)
-DBT Map Pack, Coyote Brown with Krylon dusting
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Plate Shot:
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#1125 Post a Pic of Yourself in Game/Loadout Thread!

Posted by SABRE 03 on 18 March 2012 - 10:24 PM

No gloves? Without the gloves they can see your hands!

Here's one for me, I'm on the leftish, 06 is the one moving.
My gear is detailed in the loadout threads.

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