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My Crye Precision MBAV AVS:

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-CP MOLLE Front Flap

-CP JPC MBITR Pouch RG

-Eagle Industries Triple Mag Pouch (US Made/SFLCS)

-Eagle Industries V2 Utility/GP Pouch (US Made/SFLCS)

-Eagle Industries V2 IFAK (US Made/SFLCS) with x2 ETD's, x2 Compressed Gauze, 28F NPA, x2 Hyfin Chest Seals

-First Spear Small GP Pouch

Also running Velocity Systems MBAV Level IIIA armor and Highcom Security Level 4 plates (not for airsoft).

Edited by Gentner91

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Not exactly a replica, but borrowed heavily from the chest plates from Destiny. 

 

It looks absolutely nothing like it but for some reason that reminded me of the Kamen Rider... 

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Man, I wish more people enjoyed older kit.

 

Too bad no one is making a decent replica of the BALCS vest these days.

im having a hell of a time even finding woodland molle stuff especially canteen pouches

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*snip*

 

Velocity Systems SCARAB Light

 

Ah nice, someone actually got one.

 

Is the standard PALS front flap removable and can you take off the cummerbund and route other ones through the back as per the back panel of a 6094?

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My work kit (and for play ^.^).  The most comfortable setup I've worn so far.  Mayflower LPAC with D3 chest rig.  Love its versatility and mobility!  

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Ah nice, someone actually got one.

 

Is the standard PALS front flap removable and can you take off the cummerbund and route other ones through the back as per the back panel of a 6094?

 

The front flap is entirely removable.

 

The cummerbund attaches through channels in the rear plate bag. It's not the same style of design as the EPC, 6094 or the like. 

 

Here's my review

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No 223 Mags on your work vest?

God I wish. They won't let us certify on carbines here. So it's just pistol and shotgun for us. That was at a training event so no live ammo allowed anyhow. I do use shotgun cards in the rig though and that works very well.

 

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It´s an awesome vest only the Chestrig sucks really bad it´s tearing up on the same places every second year-.-

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My final setup...

AWS OCPC

AWS 6 m4 mag pouch

AWS dual pistol mag pouch

Conderp general pouch

5.11 mp5 mag pouch (currently used as a silencer pouch)

Chinese MAP

1 point sling (debating hitting it with OD paint

 

Strong side cummerbund is left bare on purpose for ease of secondary draw and comfort in rested position (so I'm not chicken winged over bulky pouches). No need for additional mag pouches or radio pouch as the OCPC has that built into the cummerbund.

 

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Pretty happy with final placement of everything. First line is a dragonspine belt (in OD or tan depending on my loadout colors) with a safariland 6004 for M9 with weapon light on a 1.5" drop belt slider with a single thigh strap. Placement is in between that of a thigh rig and conventional hip setup. Originally bought it as a drop leg and took the 1.5" drop off one of my old duty holsters and never looked back.

 

I also have a PACA/chest rig setup for 7.62 (G3) recce loadouts, but no pictures at this time.

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I've done quite the 360 with my gear. I started with a CIRAS, got a Banshee, switched to a Strandhogg, "upgraded" to a JPC with a Hogg cummerbund, downgraded to an SOHPC, and now I'm using an old Eagle Plate Carrier.

 

For some reason I really like the design and simple features that my EPC offer. 

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To keep up with the Jones's I'm using a new cool piece of kit from a new company called Advance Dynamic which lets you retrofit older plate carrier designs to accept modular/scalable panels.

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I've done quite the 360 with my gear. I started with a CIRAS, got a Banshee, switched to a Strandhogg, "upgraded" to a JPC with a Hogg cummerbund, downgraded to an SOHPC, and now I'm using an old Eagle Plate Carrier.
 
For some reason I really like the design and simple features that my EPC offer. 
 
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To keep up with the Jones's I'm using a new cool piece of kit from a new company called Advance Dynamic which lets you retrofit older plate carrier designs to accept modular/scalable panels.

 

In one way I think you're certifiable, however I did have the Warrior copy of the EPC for a while and it is a decent design I can't argue.

 

I had a very similar kit made up myself about a year ago using a hypalon backer for the loop field and the female buckles mounted basically the same way.  I've been trying to sort of imply to a few of the big companies that kits like these and appropriate plate carriers are the way forward and it's going to be the way pretty much everyone goes in future, but it's taking a while for the idea to permeate.  Though HSP are working on their own PC which will no doubt be setup specifically for a modular front and people will buy their stuff like crazy just based on the brand so that'll help I'd imagine.

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No doubt, scalable/modular panels is pretty much the new norm. The problem with the industry is that most companies force you to buy their proprietary designs. The design from Advance Dynamic lets you retrofit older plate carriers or newer carriers that don't have the modular feature.

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