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Had a leg panel once, being only 5ft 7" it didn't work very well for me, now I just run a belt rig. Got to say though it is the best thing I have ever bought.

 

I'm 5'10" and it works really well for me, I do have it as high up as posible though, it basically sits on your hip rather than your thigh. I run it with a rigger belt with a 1911 in a serpa and a multitool on the other side.

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Damn, those kids have a better loadout than I do!

 

LOL. Mummy appears to have placed an embargo on further loadouts. Was planning a CQB and an SF loadout :( Will have to sneak them into the dressing up tub bit by bit.

Also leason learned. Army issue camo cream does not come off too easliy...and off the cream carpet even harder.

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I just chucked some gear up on my bed to take a picture to use as a thumbnail for a YouTube video, and (much to my surprise) I think it came out rather nicely:

 

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Just wish I knew a way to post up the full 12 MP image or at least a link to it, because the detail in the original picture is just on a whole different level to the one the forum displays.

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First bits arrived today for my jtf-2 kit.

 

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Will be replacing the fabric maple with an IR, and losing the callsign entirely.

 

A coyote 6094b would be more accurate than my MC 6094b I think and would go with aridpat pouches better so will be swapping that out.

 

If anyone's got some tan genuine CP gen 2/3 combat pants in 34l they want to trade for the same in multicam, please drop me a shout :)

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Here's my new SAW. It's heavier than my M4, but I haven't had anyone not call their hits lately...

 

(Disclaimer: Trained operator under the supervision of other professionals. Don't try this at home!)

 

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Got bored. Had krylon and a plain khaki top I never use anymore.

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Brilliant! That looks awesome. I wish I had something like that just sitting around... :)

 

 

Here's my new SAW. It's heavier than my M4, but I haven't had anyone not call their hits lately...

 

(Disclaimer: Trained operator under the supervision of other professionals. Don't try this at home!)

 

 

 

Are those BB's on the chain instead of blades? ;)

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Cheers mate, I'm pretty happy with it. Nice and lightweight, although the pockets are zip-up and jingle terribly.

 

I'm assuming you've a plan to sort that out? By chance do you mind me asking where you got it from and the price?

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Pardon the absolutely atrocious webcam pics (and my ever present unintentional trout pout), hoping to get some better snaps of the gear on sunday.

 

JTF gear taking shape.

 

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War face :P

 

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Still to add: IR maple leaf instead of the fabric on the left shoulder, Ops core (painted arid cadpat), LBT 50oz hydro, 226 and bladetech holster.

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JTF-2 kit coming together.

 

Next step replacing the MC with tan crye g3s, adding Ops core lid, proper holster for the pistol, proper MC pouches for the grenades, and suspenders for the trousers.

 

Pic courtesy of Sam Garside photography.

 

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