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This is my current load-out so far. I am working on completing my MarPat load-out and I am going to be making a Gillie Suit too.

These are some pics that I took to show my current tan team load-out in its entirety. It is not an impression of any real life load-out that I know of. This is just my gear that I use. The sniper rifle still is going to make people face-palm and dry heave, but other than that it's pretty decent IMO. I'm planning on getting a new rifle soon so this summer I won't have an ugly rifle, but a bad-ass Ares AW-338. Soon my all gas load-out will be complete.[Insert maniacal laughter here]

These pics are just composed of some action poses. Also, I am wearing my everyday shoes instead of my boots so don't fault me for it.



Yeah I know there is a lot of links, but it is better to have a lot of links than posting a ton of pictures.
http://i714.photobucket.com/albums/ww142/Aaron22690/Airsoft/DSCN1000.jpg
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http://i714.photobucket.com/albums/ww142/Aaron22690/Airsoft/DSCN1000.jpg
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http://i714.photobucket.com/albums/ww142/Aaron22690/Airsoft/DSCN1011.jpg

Well anyway here is the link to my photobucket album: http://s714.photobucket.com/albums/ww142/Aaron22690/Airsoft/

Update: My MarPat(woodland digital) Loadout
 

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I would rather see a ton of pictures. Makes it easier on us.

As far as the loadout goes, I saw this on MIA. Personaly, I like ACU gear, and think it looks really nice. However, as far as being "good" camo for the field, I would say its not your best option.

If I were you I would ditch the ACU jacket, but keep the pants. Saw a loadout with acu pants, and some kind of tan jacket, and it looked like a good combination (wish I had the link). Or, if you are set on sticking with the full ACU, go with a tan vest, and that will help make it look better. Its one of my favorite combinations. Also, a helmet would help fill the "empty" space on your head. Lastly, maybe a molle style vest, with pouches meant for your mp7 mags, along with a few pistol pouches, and a Admin pouch, and you have yourself a nice loadout.

Looks alright now, and with a few improvements, I think it has potential to be a keeper ;)
 

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I will be getting a molle Rig eventually, but my airsoft budget will be pretty drained after buying the sniper rifle. So I'm going to have to get a tan cross-draw vest to complete my MarPat load-out until mid summer when my cash flow starts flowing again. I will be able to buy a helmet and CT Mp7 holster and some other gear along with the cross-draw vest, but I won't be able to get the molle rig until mid-summer.

Does anyone have suggestions on a good molle belt rig. I want to be able to crawl around easily, so I have to get mag pouches and other gear off of my stomach. Some people at MIA don't really understand the needs of a sniper and are just suggesting plate carriers and CIRAS. Some even have the audacity to try to steer me away from sniping, what nerve.


But, last summer I did do a lot of crawling around and found that the cross-draw vest didn't really hurt my ability to crawl. And It works just perfectly to fit all the gear and mags I have so the vest hasn't really been a hindrance on the field. I use them well so I don't have a problem getting another vest in tan. Then overall my gear collection will be a little larger when I get the molle rig which will be cool. It is always nice to have a good assortment of gear.

I will be making a Gillie suit so I'm going to use the tutorial fuzzywolly made for making them. So thanks in advanced fuzzy I'm sure your tutorial will help to make building one for myself a fun and painless experience.
 

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Chaffin said:
Honestly, just get a battle belt, and H-harness to go with it.

http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=28_135&products_id=4666

Here is a link to the H harness, and the battle belt is attached to it in the pictures. It is what I would use if I was in your situation.
That is exactly what I had in mind. Thanks for the link. I still am going to have to wait to buy the rig because I also have to buy all the pouches for it and that will get expensive.

Does it have a place where I can attach my drop-leg holster for my MP7?
 

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Hey! What does everyone think about me painting my MB05 with a winter camo. If I get a gas sniper rifle I will need a spring rifle for the winter and I think everyone will appreciate not having to look at my ugly and non-functional camo paint-job.
 

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soldierofvalor said:
Not unless you run an HPA system on your rifle, that would make it more consistent than any spring rifle out there even in winter.
I know, but over at MIA some guy told me I needed a spring rifle for the winter. But, still even if I don't need a spring powered winter rifle I think it still would be nice to have one and my old MB05 wouldn't look hideous anymore.
 

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Does it have a place where I can attach my drop-leg holster for my MP7?
Shouldn't you need to just use the drop-legs with your pants belt anyways? I find it just gets in the way when attached to your load bearing gear.
Well it sort of helps me to have it attached to my LBE because the weight of the holster is supported by the gear and thus the weight is transferred to my shoulders. I don't like when the holster is attached to my bell because it then sits lower on my leg and then it makes my pants waistline sag and it is uncomfortable on my skeletal hips. LOL. That sounds weird. ???

Update: Well my black Friday shopping is done. Bought everything I wanted to get. I bought the cross-draw vest too. The only thing I need to get now is a 650mm 6.01mm dia. TBB. I think I will get the Madbul barrel because they're decent and are sold at reasonable prices. I just need to find out where I can buy one.
 

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Im with Scarecrow on the drop leg issue. I have run many different rigs from IBV's to Plate Carriers to H-Harnesses, and have tried both with the drop leg attached to them and my belt. What I found when attached to my rig is that yes, it was easier to keep in position on my leg, but it led to a much more restricted field of movement and faster fatigue because I was constantly pulling my shoulders down when my I moved my thigh.

The solution for pants falling down and the drop leg slipping would be to run them tighter.

Just my 2 cents

Mav

EDIT: Dangit!!! I forgot that I was browsing older topics and necro-posted... sorry guys...
 

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mav3r1ck said:
EDIT: Dangit!!! I forgot that I was browsing older topics and necro-posted... sorry guys...
As long as your post isn't "cool loadout man", and actually has some valuable information, than it is fine.

Just don't bring back to life every dead thread we have here. ;)
 

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mav3r1ck said:
Im with Scarecrow on the drop leg issue. I have run many different rigs from IBV's to Plate Carriers to H-Harnesses, and have tried both with the drop leg attached to them and my belt. What I found when attached to my rig is that yes, it was easier to keep in position on my leg, but it led to a much more restricted field of movement and faster fatigue because I was constantly pulling my shoulders down when my I moved my thigh.

The solution for pants falling down and the drop leg slipping would be to run them tighter.

Just my 2 cents

Mav

EDIT: Dangit!!! I forgot that I was browsing older topics and necro-posted... sorry guys...
Thanks for the input, but I haven't really ran into that issue myself since I adjusted the length of the attacment point so it is comfortable for me to use.

newalkingbush11 said:
I really like the get up! :) However, dont you think you should paint your gun to match your Digital?? Just my opinion.
I just might have to repaint it then, but probably not digital since I don't like the pattern on my guns.

I recently went with this paintjob for the winter games I attended:


I also just repainted the rifle for a 261 player event. It just sucks that I didn't get to do a full paintjob, all I had was it primed in hunter green:
 
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