Beginner Milsim Loadout

Discussion in 'Beginners Forum' started by Ace4300, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. Ace4300

    Ace4300 Active Member

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    Hey guys. So, next year (hopefully) I will be attending my first Milsim event. I am tight on money, so I will be building my loadout gradually over the next year. I already have a gun/eye pro., so here is what I hope to have after that year:

    Pantac MPS Plate Carrier
    OE Tech admin pouch
    OE Tech dump pouch
    King Arms M4 Midcaps (10)
    BDU's (top and trousers)
    Hydration carrier/bladder
    My trusty Hiking Boots
    Possible sidearm (with holster)
    1-2 extra batteries

    What else should I have for the event? We are planning to make Op Black Sheep (Bobriwka), and for those of you who don't know, Bobriwka is Black Sheep's least serious op, with a lower age limit (we are young guns). Also, any advice for a first timer?

    P.S. The reason I'm making this now when the event isn't for another year is because again, I will gradually build the kit, so I want to know if it's any good or not before I start buying.
     
  2. Navy100

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    Do you have a budget so you can possibly get different things as the year goes on?
     

  3. Maxuhmize

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    I have heard plenty of rumors that the MPS sags. A lot.
     
  4. Ace4300

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    Really? Any other PCs around $100 you would recommend?

    My budget is about
    $120 for PC+ammo pouches
    $50 for other pouches/hydration
    $100 extra (any recommendations?)

    I can stretch the budget a little, but no like $200 PCs :p
     
  5. Maxuhmize

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    Do you have a Paypal? Or are you trying to order it all from GI?
     
  6. bob19922

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  7. Maxuhmize

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  9. Maxuhmize

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  11. bob19922

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    lol I just copy and pasted the link from my thread knief gave me that link so it has to be good.
     
  12. Navyhodge

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  13. Maxuhmize

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    Lol, nice. But OP, I highly recommend the flyye Ciras. I own a Ciras and I absolutely love it.
     
  14. Knief

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    I'll get in on this tomorrow, just want to make sure I'm subscribed.
     
  15. Navyhodge

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    Yeah, The ciras are a GREAT Option if you want more webbing. Personally, I'm happy with the webbing on my 6094. More of a personal choice.
     
  16. Maxuhmize

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    Agreed. The 6094 is nice and compact while the Ciras is just there. You know what I'm trying to convey?
     
  17. Navyhodge

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    Yes, completely. I Couldn't say it any better myself.
     
  18. MR38

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    Another recommendation would to have at least two sets of BDU/ACU like one set of woodland or green based pattern and on that is a dessert pattern. Op tend to have the teams based off of the patterns like green vs tan.
     
  19. Maxuhmize

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    True. So I would say for the green based--M81 or AOR2.

    And for the tan based I'd say-- AOR1 or multicam.
     
  20. MR38

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    He seems to be on a rather tight budget so he should probably look into used woodland and desert BDUs because they are extremely cheap.