Multicam Loadout Helmet Help

Discussion in 'Clothing / Gear' started by RedSofters, Oct 29, 2012.

  1. RedSofters

    RedSofters New Member

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  2. BCkid

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    Are you going to put anything on them, like go pros or other thinks, or so you just want some for looks?
     

  3. Grin

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    When it comes down to it, it's going to be a certain helmet for an inpression or any helmet you want, really. Just buy whichever you like the look of.
     
  4. RedSofters

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    im probably gonna put some patches on, some flashlights and maybe a small action camera, but i can always get rails for the 2000
     
  5. Grin

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    As I said, either is fine. They have the exact same capabilities, moins earpro on the 2001 for attaching things like Surefire helmet lights.
     
  6. RedSofters

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    thats the problem. i love the look of both of them.
     
  7. RedSofters

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    i have a lower face mask that covers my ears, so that doesn't matter to me.
     
  8. Grin

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    Okay, who is your favorite US military unit?
     
  9. RedSofters

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    either the SEALS or USMC
     
  10. Grin

    Grin New Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Okay, the USMC isn't a unit so I'll work off of the SEALs route. Currently, they use the MICH 2001 and the Ops Core FAST. So pick up a 2001.
     
  11. RedSofters

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    thanks man ill prob end up with a 2001 then. especially cuz my friends is up for sale for cheap now.
     
  12. Grin

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    No problem, mon ami. Anytime!