I need 2 types of camo gear

Discussion in 'Clothing / Gear' started by RHoff304, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. RHoff304

    RHoff304 New Member

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    Where is a good place/website with good prices where I can get snow camouflage and regular camouflage (woods) that is also quite durable. I would much like a vest that can easily hold my ammo and pistol.
     
  2. Thestig

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    What is your budget? Bdu.com is a good place to start.
     

  3. RHoff304

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    There is no set budget. Just depends on how much the equipment offers and the price of it.
     
  4. Thestig

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    In that case, what type of setup would you like, and what guns do you run? How dense is the forest you play in?
     
  5. RHoff304

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    Well like I said I would like a vest. However I want easy access to the holding of my soon to be pistol and my ammo of my CYMA M14. The density of the forest changes often.
     
  6. TheAirsoftTech

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    Look into Pantac or Flyye (probably didn't spell that right.) for gear.
     
  7. Thestig

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    If it is a light forest, multicam usually works. For a darker forest, tiger stripe can work. Honestly though, it all depends on how dark the forest is. Look at several different patterns, from multicam, AOR2, to Tiger Stripe. Honestly, there are so many patterns that could work, just go to bdu.com, and look there.

    As for tactical gear, I would suggest doing some research at optactical.com and skdtac.com Pleanty of goodies on there that are extremely high quality.
     
  8. RHoff304

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    Which of the 2 do you prefer?
     
  9. TheAirsoftTech

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    I can't say from experience, I'll have some gear by Pantac soon though.
     
  10. Thestig

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    If you have an unlimited budget, look into RS brands. Eagle, blue force gear, mayflower, etc. look at my links above.
     
  11. RHoff304

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    And just to say. I prefer a full vest with easy access to my pistol and ammo as cheap as possible ,but it quite durable.
     
  12. Thestig

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    Go with FLYYE or Pantac then. Avoid condor like the plague.
     
  13. RHoff304

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    Haha. Those vest on bdu.com seem well worth it but they are pretty expensive
     
  14. RHoff304

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    I am having trouble with pantac though I cannot find any images of the vests
     
  15. RHoff304

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    Which is best for the easy access to pistol and ammo: MOLLE vest, chest rig, or tactical vest?
     
  16. 1badweasel

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    You could get a drop leg holster, and save space for pouches on your chest rig or plate carrier.
     
  17. RHoff304

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    I am most likely gonna get a drop leg holster. What chest rig would you recommend for my M14?
     
  18. Thestig

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    A molle vest, and then m14 pouches.
     
  19. RHoff304

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    Cool. Thanks for that. I wasn't for sure what to get on that case. Sorry I didn't reply until now. So, I am gonna get: Drop Leg Pistol Holster, a MOLLE vest and M14 pouches.
     
  20. McGee

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    hassayampasurplus.com

    They have snow and woodland camo. I have bought a lot from them.