Flyye or TMC?

Discussion in 'Clothing / Gear' started by Valkyrie, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. Valkyrie

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  2. Grin

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    Grab a Flyye, but don't grab a 'satch family rig. They're badly designed. If you like the look of the TMC 6094, grab a Flyye 6094.
     

  3. Valkyrie

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    Aight' that's what I thought. Thanks!
     
  4. MR38

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    As far as quality goes the Flyye rig is better although the TMC is not bad. As far as maneuverability goes the Flyye would also be better but the TMCs is once again not bad. But the type of rig all depends on you style of play and where you play. The many people would personally choose the 6094 because it is more modern and Tacticool but it also up to your personal preference.
     
  5. Valkyrie

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    The original 6094 is out of stock. But I did find the 6094K. What's the difference?
     
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  6. Grin

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    A BIG difference. I would suggest looking on EHobbyAsia as well for a Flyye rig.
     
  7. Valkyrie

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    I misspelled that, I meant 6094, not 6904. Sorry.
     
  8. Grin

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    There is still a big difference between the 6094A and the 6094K.
     
  9. Valkyrie

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    I'd suggest either the 6094 or the EPC (Molle-style plate carrier). Many of the plate carriers replicated by Flyye are an outdated design. The HPC is still a bit relevant, but has been largely replaced by rigs with more efficient, modern designs.
     
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  12. johngol10

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    Lol, no, that's why you don't put pouches over the zipper.

    I have a friend who rocks an HPC and loves it, it's still a completely viable option when it comes to plate carriers/load bearing gear.

    (Taken off his public FB page)
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  13. MR38

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    I saw some that tried to do the same thing but had to empty a pouch to reach the zipper.
     
  14. Valkyrie

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    Do not get a rig from the 'satch family, Valkyrie, as I advised before. They distribute weight badly and the design of the front panel is bad. I still suggest an EPC from Flyye.
     
  16. Valkyrie

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    Just wondering, but what is the " 'satch" family? lol
    I was looking for that earlier, but to no avail. Is it labeled as the 'PC Plate Carrier'?
     
  17. Grin

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    The 'satch family is the Wasatch, Weesatch, and Woosatch. The WSH is the generic name used by Pantac and Flyye for it.

    As I said when I originally suggested the EPC, it's called the molle-style plate carrier:
    http://www.shootercbgear.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_50_51_95&products_id=4233

    http://www.shootercbgear.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_50_51_95&products_id=4232
     
  18. Valkyrie

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  19. Grin

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    Everybody here just likes to help, man. If you need anything else, just post about it.
     
  20. johngol10

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    Then there might be the slight possibility that he was doing it wrong.