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  • Airsofter since
    2014
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    CQBR block 2
    Specna SA-G01
    Well MP7 navy (in progress)
    Army M1911 MEU
    Army M1911 Kimber dessert warrior
    Army R17
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    Belgium
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    Devgru,seal,delta,marsoc,sas, special forces in general
    weapons, knives,swords
    gun,knive, sword smithing

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  1. Intro 1.0 Following on my review of the IDO Fast SF: my Helmet Build Project. One of the first things I definitely wanted to try where the RAC Arms. This is a concept of Ops Core where the headset bracket is attached to the back of the ARC rail (Accessories Rail Connector) instead of at the top. Like with the COMTAC rail mounts, this frees up the upper part of the ARC rail for other accessories such as lamps. 2.0 AXL Advanced The Ops Core RAC headset is quite an expensive item with its $1300, and many LE and military units still use the COMTAC. AXL ad
  2. Commonly seen with US SOF last decade and nowadays; the Ops Core FAST 1.0 US Combat Helmet Evolution About how the Ops Core FAST was developed, and its place in the Combat Helmet Evolution is a lot to tell about, and I thought it would be interesting to share. For the general overview I poured that into the diagram below 1.1 PASGT Personnel Armor System for Ground Troops In the mid-seventies the US DoD infantry equipment, was mostly outdated and still from WWII, Korea, and Vietnam!
  3. 1.0 Introduction It was about time for a new chapter in my AVS Plate Carrier Project, i was thinking recently. So i started my research about communication equipment, aka ÔÇťCOMM'sÔÇŁ And so i came upon the TAC-SKY AN/PRC-152A, the most detailed Dummy version of the Harris PRC-152A I could find. What i could learn so far: about COMM'S in general,and in relationship to the loadout, (Plz correct me in case i am wrong) 1.1 2nd Line Gear Is the Equipment required to complete the mission consisting : Plate Carrier, Ammo, VG, IFAK, Food&Water, Extra Clothin
  4. In my Plate Carrier project with the TMC 3219 AVS i am currently working on the comm's kit (trying to find out how everything's done and rigged)Its a 100% dummy kit (so far) with a Ztac dummy PRC-152 (stil to be pimped)Although in 99.9% of the cases the MBITR is carried in front, for better acces.I decided to go for the 0.1% the PRC is installed on the back panel, as far as i understand this is a RTO, or Ranger setup? (feel free to teach me all about it guys)Anyhow, one of the comm components, very commonly seen nowadays, is the folding antenna, attached to the back panel with a MAST Antenna R
  5. Thx dude, its really a funny project tot do, i recommended it ­čśŐ
  6. 1.0 introduction Everyone has probably came across those dummy grenades on AliExpress, and Airsoft stores and actually wondered what good there actually fore? The functionality is 0, and with the exception of a nice gadget completely useless. When doing research on foto's I've spotted the M67 frag grenade on the Warbelt of SOF operators a few times, and actually i think this is quite a dramatic-looking detail. And below on the iconic Delta photo 2.0 M67 History The M67 is at best
  7. 1.0 Introduction A very tacticool item nowadays, is the Rugged Phone Case, at the top of the Plate Carrier, and preferably a K├Ągwerks, like I own a TMC AVS Plate Carrier, the K├Ągwerks could no longer be a missing item , but first some extra explanation about this. 2.0 K├Ągwerks Is a company founded by an ex US soldier, in this case Garret Schwindel. K├Ągwerks focuses on 2 areas, the first is obtaining specialized shooting training for professional military and law enforcement personnel. The second is the development, production and distri
  8. 1.0 IntroductionThe most common item of the Plate Carrier is probably the front panel, also called Placard, mostly a Triple-M4 Mag Pouch, variant such as Flap, Open Top, Stretch, or Rigid.For my own Plate Carrier project I chose this TMC Triple Stretch Detachable Mag Panel (TMC 3465-MC) based on the Crye Stretch Detachable Flap. With this choice I actually went a bit against my own principles, where I normally choose repro's of items witch are frequent used in reality.Turns out this Crye Stretch Pouch is extremely rare "in the wildIronically, this pouch is featured in the CBS series SEAL TEAM,
  9. Thx for the feedback, that confirms what i heard, and with my plates i cant trim any material anymore ­čśë
  10. 1.0 Introduction For my TMC 3219 Plate Carrier witch i reviewed earlier here. I made already my set of ESAPI training plates in real weight and finish I also made a set of E-SBI (Enhanced Side Ballistic Insert), these serve to protect the vital organs from side impact, and should be carried in a dedicated Side Plate Pouch, for for my TMC 3219 I wanted a so-called Crye (Repro) 6X6 Side Plate Pouch Set. These Side Plates Pouches show up either sporadically in ÔÇťthe wildÔÇŁ, which does not surprise me because it is again e
  11. Thx it was a huge job indeed. And yeah its an awesome plate carrier, i am very pleased with it myself. AVS in AOR is very rare and AFAIK only in standard cut (TMC 2019) indeed , dont know if it was NSW issue ?
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