$300 Loadout

Discussion in 'Clothing / Gear' started by cbm4399, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. cbm4399

    cbm4399 New Member

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    I would like a loadout for $300...this is not including the gun. Also I already have gloves, boots, and a full face mask (manditory for the field I play on)

    What I would like is a chest rig with with mag pouches to fit 6 m4 mags, an admin pouch, a dump pouch, a utility pouch, a hydration pack, knife and knife holster, one point sling, knee pads, and a leg holster.

    I would be willing to go to about 400 if neseccary, but preferably not.

    Lastly I am a 13 year old the is pretty short. I'm about the size of an early 12 year old.
     
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  2. cbm4399

    cbm4399 New Member

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    I would be willing to go to about 400 if neseccary, but preferably not
     
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  3. Grin

    Grin New Member Lifetime Supporter

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    One, bud, there is an edit button for you to use.

    That being said, you could get flyye gear (excellent repro gear) at:
    http://www.shootercbgear.com/index.php?manufacturers_id=10&osCsid=ifj6ino7ool4lctdnee1nck655
    Don't be worried about the site. It's been used countless times with no problems.

    Or, another repro gear site that sells Pantac (another great company) is:
    http://www.airsoftsmith.com/store/a...tac&osCsid=kqr2o2o858h82tofr7cfgnd9q7&x=0&y=0

    Or, with your budget, you could even get real gear like Mayflower, an Eagle chest rig from skdtac, maybe an lbt 1961, or a whole range of other things, if you're interested.

    For BDU's, you can pick up surplus BDU's at a surplus store for 30-60 dollars depending on the store if you don't want to spend too much on them. Really, you're not very limited in this situation.
     
  4. Knief

    Knief Moderator Staff Member

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    I just wrote this up for another dude looking for a chest rig:

    http://www.airsoftsociety.com/forums/f37/chest-rig-59951/

    If you want a chest rig, but you also want an admin panel, then you really want a Rhodesian Recon Vest. With your budget, you could buy the real thing:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Eagle-Indus...ltDomain_0&hash=item5ae860a23c#ht_1293wt_1163

    Throw a MAP (http://www.shootercbgear.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_50_93&products_id=530) on the back for your hydration bladder and pouches of your choosing (http://www.shootercbgear.com/index.php?cPath=22_50_80), everything else FLYYE and in whatever color your RRV is in and your second line is set.

    For a sling, there are a ton of options, but any generic 1 point sling will suit your needs. If you're already ordering FLYYE gear from Shootercbgear, grab a FLYYE sling to go with it. You'll also want a duty belt for whatever holster you decide to get. Again, get a FLYYE duty belt from shootercbgear while you're ordering from them. Your holster will depend on your pistol, but this is another place where you really want to invest. A Blackhawk SERPA or a G Code holster would be great if they make a model to fit your pistol. Really, anything kydex will be your best bet.

    Get Alta knee pads.
     
  5. cbm4399

    cbm4399 New Member

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    Thank you Knief. I'll check it out. And you too Grin.
     
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  6. SeanG

    SeanG New Member

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  7. Grin

    Grin New Member Lifetime Supporter

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    The duty belt. I find harnesses to be uncomfortable underneath rigs.
     
  8. SeanG

    SeanG New Member

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    Does Flyye make something similar to Condor's Battle Belt Specifically the "Two leg rig attachment openings." Since I've had one of the Condor Battle Belts and you don't have to have the "H-Harness attached unless you're loading it down. Would the same apply for the Flyye Right-Angle Belt? or is it just a "full padded cummerbund" as it seems in the pix? Which would require a separate belt underneath for drop leg holsters...

    *Edit*

    Sorry bout that, didn't want to hijack the thread, so I made a new one for myself.
     
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  9. TheCaptainAlmighty

    TheCaptainAlmighty New Member

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    Please make your own threads regarding questions you have in the future. Flyye's Right Angle belt does not have openings for a drop leg, you either run it to the belt you have on your pants, or you find a different way to attach it to the belts, i.e. BlackHawk! Molle clips you can purchase separately and run it through the loop for the holster and attach that to the belt.