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USGI LBV shoulder pads & lumbar panel

*Compass pouch on left shoulder

30 ft. 550 cord & carabiner routed over right shoulder

3x Cyalume glowsticks

 

From Left to right on belt

2x STANAG pouches

1x Canteen pouch

1x Buttpack

1x Canteen pouch

2x STANAG pouches

1x Compass pouch

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USGI LBV shoulder pads & lumbar panel

*Compass pouch on left shoulder

30 ft. 550 cord & carabiner routed over right shoulder

3x Cyalume glowsticks

 

From Left to right on belt

2x STANAG pouches

1x Canteen pouch

1x Buttpack

1x Canteen pouch

2x STANAG pouches

1x Compass pouch

 

Cool setup, i would put the paracord and cyalumes in a pouch, and cut the grenade loops off the mag pouches

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Cool setup, i would put the paracord and cyalumes in a pouch, and cut the grenade loops off the mag pouches

 

I'm still working out what to do with the cyalumes. I prefer them to be accessable, so that I can yank them from the ring and toss them when needed, but I haven't yet found a place on my kit that will allow me to have easy access to them while keeping them secure and somewhat out of the way.

 

MOLLE loops worked well for that, but I've moved on to better things.

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Buy this patch @ here, here, here or here and then sew the patch to a piece of cut-formed velcro using white and red thread (maybe go over the stitching double or triple). I do it all the time.

 

 

Thanks, i was hoping for a camo/subdued one..may have to have it custom made, thanks though!

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After an embarassing amount of money, and nearly eight months scouring the earth, I've finally completed my project :)

 

Eagle Industries RRS-V w/Rear Plate Carrier

 

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Everything but the PACA, Rear Plate Carrier and PRR pouch is Eagle or Allied Industries RLCS...

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Well, it's sorta supposed to be a pseudo-Ranger rig (thus all the fancy, expensive and hard to find RLCS), and in ranger regiments pistols aren't as widely used as in other armed forces, so no, no pistol mag pouches...

 

I do however have a rather good belt kit on which I run my USP in a Serpa with a nice little handful of mags if I need it... I never wear pistol mags on my plate carrier anymore though...

 

 

/EDIT: snagged some new photos of it :)

 

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Clicky for larger pictures :)

Edited by Pkekyo-Nor

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Lol nice. Now get a BALCS and do a SF in Astan impression. :D

 

Judging by the m4 he just built hes going to do just that.

 

oh nad peyko once again, excellent.

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Is that ELCS real? If so, that must've cost a fair bit!

 

Yep it's real, but I got a good deal on it. There are actually a few on ebay for fairly decent prices. I got mine locally.

And yeah I am aiming for A'stan SF loadout. ;)

 

- CapaciousZepher

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