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Does it? Fairly standard feature to be honest, all the brit issue UBACS over the years have partial zips; crye gen 2 and 3, tru-spec xtreme, 5.11, arc-teryx and helikon combat shirts... :unsure:

 

Not to mention the fore-bearer to the modern combat shirt, the Crye G1 combat shirt. The only ones I've seen without are the Massif combat shirts, the ICE tactical FR shirt, and the 762 gear FR MC shirt, but those last two are more of a long sleeve T-shirt than anything else.

 

I guess the Arc'Teryx Chimera top dosen't have one either and that is by far the best combat shirt I've ever used, too bad it only comes in black or Crocodile.

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I meant a zip going all the way down the torso. I didn't realise it came out like that.

Sorry, probably just me being dense, how do you mean coming 'out'?

 

Not to mention the fore-bearer to the modern combat shirt, the Crye G1 combat shirt. The only ones I've seen without are the Massif combat shirts, the ICE tactical FR shirt, and the 762 gear FR MC shirt, but those last two are more of a long sleeve T-shirt than anything else.

My shirt pictured there is actually the ICE Firestorm, 10" or so zip on there, though perhaps that was a recent change. To be honest I'm regretting not getting the Arc'Teryx TALOS now since it wasn't all that much more and I prefer the more conventional materials used, but oh well. At least when I eventually get to Afghan I'll know that I can bring the ICE shirt with me and have something fire resistant.

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Ah, yes that makes sense now. Like I say though, the zip on the ICE shirt is only partial.

 

OPS do all their UBACS with a full length zip which is a big strange (and the reason I haven't bought one yet) but they're the only ones that I know of to do so.

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What you gonna do with all that junk, all that junk inside that trunk?

 

 

 

 

Going to an Op?

 

 

Sorry, couldn't resist...

 

regular training with 4 members of our group.

 

We roll 1st lines, armored 2nd lines and buckets for CQB. 3rd lines hold all the other essentials, and the weapons are buried under all of that. Pic in the team thread shows all that gear being worn by myself and three other members of the group. Hilariously enough, 3 of us were wearing Crye combat shirts and pants, and yet none of us had the same versions of the clothes. One guy with Combat Shirt AC and G3 Combat Pants, another with Gen 1 Combat Shirt and Gen 1 Field Pants, another with Combat Shirt G3 and Gen 3 Field Pants. The other guy was just wearing his issued cammies.

 

That trunk is holding 2 EPCs, 1 RRV w/Backplate and a DBT Predator. 3 MICH 2000s and an Ops Core FAST. 5 rifles of various AR type, 3 ATS Warbelts, 2 Eagle A-IIIIs, 1 Eagle RAID and 1 TT 3 Day. Probably some other stuff I'm forgetting...

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Sweet. You decided to get one. The MC Fabric looks pretty nice. Cant wait to see what your gonna add to it.

I did, have to say thanks to you for that recommendation mate, it's well worth the investment. Now I can finally get myself a decent belt-mounted piece of kydex for my pistol.

 

Funnily enough actually I have the exact same 2 panels running under the belt as you do, though I think I'm gonna opt for a G-Code rather than RCS.

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Head:

Beanie

Sordin Supreme Mil single com

ESS ICE

 

1st line:

BHI Riggers belt

BHI Serpa for G17

Dump pouch

 

2nd line:

Mayflower APC Multicam

EI pouches

TQ + shears

Motorola GP340

Nexus PTT

Pirate patch

MS2000 strobe

 

3rd line:

Kelty Peregrine 1800

Frags, magazines, medical supplies and water.

 

Uniform:

AOR1 combat shirt

AOR1 combat pants

IR flags

Totenkopf patch

Mechanix original

Oakley assault boots

 

Primary:

PTW MK18 CQB-R

Doff hopup/barrel

Tac'd internals

Madbull MK18 rail

Dytac 11.5" barrel

G&P KAC silencer

Tango down grip

Magpul ASAP

Magpul MS2 sling

KAC BUIS

Eotech 553

PEQ-15

M3X

 

Secondary:

TM Glock 17

Guarder kit

150% recoil & hammerspring

Action hammer bearing

Action loading muzzle

Magpul speed plates

 

 

Some RS, some repro.

Still waiting for a 6094A AOR1, OPS CORE fast helmet and some muscles.

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Here's what I will be running several times in November.

 

Mayflower UW with ATS padded H harness and MCH.

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ATS War belt. BFG Boo pouch. First Spear Glock Pouch. HSGI Taco. BAE Dump. ATS Utility. Safariland.

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Very nice, definitely skirmish-g2g. Out of interest, how do you order your magazines with relation to the TACO on the belt? Is that your 'go to' pouch for speed reloads or just an extra bit of capacity? I've only ever run my primary pouches on my primary LBE, but I see a lot of guys just put 1 rifle mag on their belt.

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My kits coming along.

 

Sorry for the gash indoor photo.. Pixelated my face because i look like a miserable C#NT.. lol

 

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Just got these in, Propper level 4 windshirts, rip stop, coyote and foliage, very nice and stashable, great over a fleece on a windy and wet day,

 

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and stuffed down, not completely though

 

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on sale at USCAV http://www.uscav.com/productinfo.aspx?productid=17568&tabid=548

well worth the $$$ :)

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