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Link Posted: 4/21/2022 7:11:33 AM EST
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Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
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Flatpack
missing
Link Posted: 4/21/2022 7:56:27 AM EST
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Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
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Source. They're the best.

Get a universal filler tube and a bite valve. I use the 3L low profile
Link Posted: 4/21/2022 8:05:43 AM EST
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This.


I read that like a 🦆
Link Posted: 4/21/2022 8:08:46 AM EST
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Originally Posted By WhiskersTheCat:

Source. They're the best.

Get a universal filler tube and a bite valve. I use the 3L low profile
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Forgot to add this is whay I use for all my bladders.
Link Posted: 4/21/2022 1:33:12 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
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Hydrapak beats source imo
Link Posted: 4/21/2022 1:35:54 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
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I'm running two setups:

Source in a Eagle BTAP that is rigged with QD buckles on the top/bottom shoulder strap mounting points so that I can go from stand alone assault pack to carrier-attached in about 10 seconds.

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Source in a Twin Needle Mini MAP w/ same QD buckles as above:

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Eagle upper pack strap:

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Link Posted: 4/22/2022 5:57:21 AM EST
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Spoken like Gilbert Gottfried , Thanks for the replies guys! Mucho appreciate
Link Posted: 4/22/2022 5:36:14 PM EST
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Source bladder and SKD gRUNT pack on my JPC.
Link Posted: 4/27/2022 12:48:19 AM EST
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Link Posted: 4/27/2022 12:20:14 PM EST
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Stop sending them overseas we need them here and they will never appreciate the craftsmanship.

Get them Condors or something
Link Posted: 4/27/2022 12:47:50 PM EST
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Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
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I have a camelbag 3L bladder in a Whiskey Two Four pouch that zips onto my Spiritus. Works well in my limited experience.  I like that the bite valve came with a neoprene sleeve.



Link Posted: 4/27/2022 12:58:06 PM EST
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Originally Posted By DV8EDD:

I have a camelbag 3L bladder in a Whiskey Two Four pouch that zips onto my Spiritus. Works well in my limited experience.  I like that the bite valve came with a neoprene sleeve.

https://i.imgur.com/0Zu4AXph.jpg

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Originally Posted By DV8EDD:
Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
What water bladder/pouches is everyone using? Need ideas.

I have a camelbag 3L bladder in a Whiskey Two Four pouch that zips onto my Spiritus. Works well in my limited experience.  I like that the bite valve came with a neoprene sleeve.

https://i.imgur.com/0Zu4AXph.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/Lsyi77ih.jpg


W24 is surprisingly good. I use that too when I don't need a full back panel for a hit.
Link Posted: 4/27/2022 1:12:32 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:


W24 is surprisingly good. I use that too when I don't need a full back panel for a hit.
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:
Originally Posted By DV8EDD:
Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
What water bladder/pouches is everyone using? Need ideas.

I have a camelbag 3L bladder in a Whiskey Two Four pouch that zips onto my Spiritus. Works well in my limited experience.  I like that the bite valve came with a neoprene sleeve.

https://i.imgur.com/0Zu4AXph.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/Lsyi77ih.jpg


W24 is surprisingly good. I use that too when I don't need a full back panel for a hit.

what full back panel do you use when you have it equipped?
Link Posted: 4/27/2022 1:25:17 PM EST
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Originally Posted By DV8EDD:

what full back panel do you use when you have it equipped?
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Originally Posted By DV8EDD:
Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:
Originally Posted By DV8EDD:
Originally Posted By MidniteRide:
What water bladder/pouches is everyone using? Need ideas.

I have a camelbag 3L bladder in a Whiskey Two Four pouch that zips onto my Spiritus. Works well in my limited experience.  I like that the bite valve came with a neoprene sleeve.

https://i.imgur.com/0Zu4AXph.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/Lsyi77ih.jpg


W24 is surprisingly good. I use that too when I don't need a full back panel for a hit.

what full back panel do you use when you have it equipped?


The spiritus core. I have their molle panel I'm going to try out on this rotation but I'm not sure I'm going to like it.
Link Posted: 4/27/2022 3:22:58 PM EST
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Link Posted: 4/27/2022 5:46:17 PM EST
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Originally Posted By RyanEsstac:



That group is related to the cola wars

Also we have some.

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/477522/20220427_131937-2363978.jpg
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Originally Posted By RyanEsstac:
Originally Posted By WhiskersTheCat:

Stop sending them overseas we need them here and they will never appreciate the craftsmanship.

Get them Condors or something



That group is related to the cola wars

Also we have some.

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/477522/20220427_131937-2363978.jpg

Whiskers destroyed.

Esstac wins. I'm thinking of a second carrier from you guys, but ASS and U210s. I really like my Daeodon with 3810s right now.
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 3:17:48 PM EST
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8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

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Link Posted: 4/30/2022 3:20:13 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 03RN:
8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

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I love those esstac TQ holders. They really stay out of the way
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 3:22:32 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:


The spiritus core. I have their molle panel I'm going to try out on this rotation but I'm not sure I'm going to like it.
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interesting looking panel at first glance, I'll take a closer look.  Spendy as well, but Spiritus is good stuff.
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 3:33:11 PM EST
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Originally Posted By WhiskersTheCat:

I love those esstac TQ holders. They really stay out of the way
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Originally Posted By WhiskersTheCat:
Originally Posted By 03RN:
8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/433221/IMG_20220430_104957_jpg-2367494.JPG

I love those esstac TQ holders. They really stay out of the way


It's from coyote tactics solutions. I grabbed it when I got my new cummerbund and burrito.

But same thing really.

I need to do some more handgun drills. I prefer aiwb and it's doable but its not ideal. I carry a lot at 300 too so it's not a big deal to switch.
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 3:46:28 PM EST
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Which Daeodon variant do I need if I'm using the Hesco 3611C LE plates I got from you guys?
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 4:03:01 PM EST
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Dirty gear from last week at Cola Warrior

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Link Posted: 4/30/2022 9:58:04 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 03RN:
8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

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Hell yeah man nicely done. Gat in the Fanny pack? Details??
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 10:50:04 PM EST
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Originally Posted By evo7011:
Dirty gear from last week at Cola Warrior

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all vomit I assume.
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 11:05:34 PM EST
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all vomit I assume.
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vomit, mud, sand, sweat, and some stank ass tinned fish from the tunnel
Link Posted: 4/30/2022 11:20:57 PM EST
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Hell yeah man nicely done. Gat in the Fanny pack? Details??
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Originally Posted By 03RN:
8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

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Hell yeah man nicely done. Gat in the Fanny pack? Details??


Yup, g19.
Link Posted: 5/1/2022 8:38:17 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 03RN:
8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

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8 Miles? Shit man, why?

Cp
Link Posted: 5/2/2022 7:50:37 PM EST
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Grey Ghost Gear has 50% off their gear today, not sure how long it will last.  That makes their minimalist plate carrier $67 +ship/tax, or their excellent slings <$20.  Still have multicam plate carriers.
https://greyghostgear.com/products/minimalist-plate-carrier?forthelarp
Link Posted: 5/2/2022 11:49:23 PM EST
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Originally Posted By mPisi:
Grey Ghost Gear has 50% off their gear today, not sure how long it will last.  That makes their minimalist plate carrier $67 +ship/tax, or their excellent slings <$20.  Still have multicam plate carriers.
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code?

ETA prices reflected in cart. some insane deals.
Thanks.

Got a small MC assualt pack and a couple GP pouches for $95 shipped
Link Posted: 5/3/2022 12:40:22 PM EST
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anybody have thoughts for a lightweight pistol rated plate for the back of my slickster? Ordered an RMA 1003 for the front and was hoping to use an existing soft panel for the rear but no dice. Figured I would check with the pros before ordering an RMA 0226 for $100. Yes I know it's not a super high rating but with a back injury I am leaning towards light and some coverage over heavy and left behind (or naked and not the least bit bullet resistant)
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 9:45:47 AM EST
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Well no pics cause reasons, but I have a crye JPC 2.0 with an esstac placard and tencate CR-2000's. Super lightweight setup.  Would have liked to get a Daeodon but I’m a small.

Also have a gcode belt w/ 2x gcode stanag mag pouches, 2x itw fastmag pistol pouches, HSGI blowout kit, gcode holster, and an old 5.11 dump pouch.

It is a good system thus far. I’ll see if I can post pics later.

Oh and if esstac ever makes a daeodon for small SAPIs, I’ll buy it.
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 11:43:45 AM EST
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8 Miles? Shit man, why?

Cp
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Originally Posted By 03RN:
8 mile run in my carrier today. I hope I don't have to run to any codes tonight.

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8 Miles? Shit man, why?

Cp


5 miles today pushing a stroller.
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He got out for the last half mile
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 1:54:32 PM EST
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I just got an unobtainium gear sled placard to try out.

That this is FUCKING SWEET
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 4:18:58 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:
I just got an unobtainium gear sled placard to try out.

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Did you get it to go on a Pc or stand alone?

I want something to try a chest rig but unsure where to start. I have a slickster so the ability to add to it makes sense, but so does stand alone. Do I buy something like an Amazon clone first to try the set ups and then spend real money?

The rig you posted was $130+ by the time I had it set up and an Amazon rig is like $60
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 4:48:05 PM EST
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Did you get it to go on a Pc or stand alone?

I want something to try a chest rig but unsure where to start. I have a slickster so the ability to add to it makes sense, but so does stand alone. Do I buy something like an Amazon clone first to try the set ups and then spend real money?

The rig you posted was $130+ by the time I had it set up and an Amazon rig is like $60
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Originally Posted By steviesterno16:
Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:
I just got an unobtainium gear sled placard to try out.

That this is FUCKING SWEET


Did you get it to go on a Pc or stand alone?

I want something to try a chest rig but unsure where to start. I have a slickster so the ability to add to it makes sense, but so does stand alone. Do I buy something like an Amazon clone first to try the set ups and then spend real money?

The rig you posted was $130+ by the time I had it set up and an Amazon rig is like $60

It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. Attachment Attached File

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Link Posted: 5/10/2022 6:23:08 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:

It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174443_jpg-2379256.JPG
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I’m
Incredibly new to this. I don’t know what many of those words are so I’ll google them at work.
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 6:41:19 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:

It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174443_jpg-2379256.JPG
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I don't need it, but Tomorrow is my birthday
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 6:41:44 PM EST
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I’m
Incredibly new to this. I don’t know what many of those words are so I’ll google them at work.
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:

It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174443_jpg-2379256.JPG
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I’m
Incredibly new to this. I don’t know what many of those words are so I’ll google them at work.


Don't be embarrassed and ask questions

Placard=the thing on the front. Comes in many shapes and sizes
Tegris=a light weight rigid thing
Spiritus mk5=newest micro chest rig.
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 6:45:51 PM EST
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I don't need it, but Tomorrow is my birthday
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:

It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174443_jpg-2379256.JPG
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I don't need it, but Tomorrow is my birthday


There are very few things in the nylon world that make me go wow. The unobtainium sled is pure sex
Link Posted: 5/10/2022 9:11:09 PM EST
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AWS OCPC with ESAPIs and MSAP side plates. 20lbs total.
JPC 1.0 with RMA 1092s. 15.5lbs total.
Turned the Ferro Mini Danglers into full IFAKs.
Gen 7 TQs from NAR in their pouches.
Swapped plates between carriers to this configuration and it really helped fit and comfort.
Link Posted: 5/11/2022 9:15:22 AM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:


Don't be embarrassed and ask questions

Placard=the thing on the front. Comes in many shapes and sizes
Tegris=a light weight rigid thing
Spiritus mk5=newest micro chest rig.
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@hoody2shoez thank you, that makes sense and makes it easier. Plus I am more sober than yesterday, which is also helpful.

I'm coming from a USPSA/3gun background so I always ran shit off my belt, which was a DAA rigid bastard. Seems like the new battle belts are going with that trend of inner/outer, which is cool. But I'm lost on chest options.

I already have a slickster with light weight plates. I got it because I figured I could stuff a few into the cummerbund, but it's really literally uncomfortable to do that and I hate them there. I'm also not sure there are times where I would want mags for a rifle but not armor, so I'm trying to decide if I build out my PC first or get a chest rig like this to try the concept out. I figure if I like the bits of this, I can figure out how to attach it to my PC and save the straps for something else. But if I like it as stand alone, it can live as it's own thing in my trunk/EDC bag since I don't always carry my armor with me.

I get frustrated cause everything has weird ass names and completely different make ups, so I have a hard time paying attention across brands and don't feel comfy building it out myself. Plus whenever I look at like unobtanium or ferro for parts my $30 way to hold ammo becomes $300 and I just don't order it.
thoughts?
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@hoody2shoez thank you, that makes sense and makes it easier. Plus I am more sober than yesterday, which is also helpful.

I'm coming from a USPSA/3gun background so I always ran shit off my belt, which was a DAA rigid bastard. Seems like the new battle belts are going with that trend of inner/outer, which is cool. But I'm lost on chest options.

I already have a slickster with light weight plates. I got it because I figured I could stuff a few into the cummerbund, but it's really literally uncomfortable to do that and I hate them there. I'm also not sure there are times where I would want mags for a rifle but not armor, so I'm trying to decide if I build out my PC first or get a chest rig like this to try the concept out. I figure if I like the bits of this, I can figure out how to attach it to my PC and save the straps for something else. But if I like it as stand alone, it can live as it's own thing in my trunk/EDC bag since I don't always carry my armor with me.

I get frustrated cause everything has weird ass names and completely different make ups, so I have a hard time paying attention across brands and don't feel comfy building it out myself. Plus whenever I look at like unobtanium or ferro for parts my $30 way to hold ammo becomes $300 and I just don't order it.
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My thing was around $100.

First lay out what you intend to carry
Second decide where you'd like to carry it
Third buy something that fits 1&2. Most modern placards/chest rigs will fit a slickster. Just needs the velcro rear and some type of buckle/g-hook on the placard
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It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174443_jpg-2379256.JPG
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I just received an Unobtanium SLEDS M4 Magazine pouch and the mid-ride reload adapter from them.   Wow!  I was skeptical on the ability to reindex as easily into it as I can my Esstac or Haley MP2, but honestly it's really as simple as everyone says it is to do.  It's going to sound weird, but I can feel the weight savings as well and I like that it collapses nearly flat when not used.

The reload adapter is a game changer. I can't wait to try it out at the range this weekend. It puts my fast reload on my belt at the perfect height so no matter what weird bending angle I'm doing my AR reload mag will never push so close to my plate carrier that makes it reloading a PITA.  So, I love that thing.

Link Posted: 5/11/2022 12:08:46 PM EST
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I just received an Unobtanium SLEDS M4 Magazine pouch and the mid-ride reload adapter from them.   Wow!  I was skeptical on the ability to reindex as easily into it as I can my Esstac or Haley MP2, but honestly it's really as simple as everyone says it is to do.  It's going to sound weird, but I can feel the weight savings as well and I like that it collapses nearly flat when not used.

The reload adapter is a game changer. I can't wait to try it out at the range this weekend. It puts my fast reload on my belt at the perfect height so no matter what weird bending angle I'm doing my AR reload mag will never push so close to my plate carrier that makes it reloading a PITA.  So, I love that thing.

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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:

It replaced my 3 cell spiritus placard. I have a mk5 I'm putting it up against. The mk5 is more expandable but as a dedicated placard, the unobtainium is probably the coolest I've ever used. Expandable front portion that can fit smg/pistol mags, chemlights, small flashlights, etc. Also the front tegris thing makes re-indexing a Breeze. https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174443_jpg-2379256.JPG
https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/470854/20220510_174452_jpg-2379257.JPG


I just received an Unobtanium SLEDS M4 Magazine pouch and the mid-ride reload adapter from them.   Wow!  I was skeptical on the ability to reindex as easily into it as I can my Esstac or Haley MP2, but honestly it's really as simple as everyone says it is to do.  It's going to sound weird, but I can feel the weight savings as well and I like that it collapses nearly flat when not used.

The reload adapter is a game changer. I can't wait to try it out at the range this weekend. It puts my fast reload on my belt at the perfect height so no matter what weird bending angle I'm doing my AR reload mag will never push so close to my plate carrier that makes it reloading a PITA.  So, I love that thing.


Yeah dude I hear ya

I dont like stuff sitting low on my belt-I do too many vehicle ops and its a pain to sit with. Otherwise lower ride stuff is the best
Link Posted: 5/16/2022 9:08:53 AM EST
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I think I finally figured out my new setup.

HRT Sporran Hanger Pouch
Daeodon - L
Daeodon Sleeve Kit
SKD PIG Pontoon
5.56 Triple Daeodon Front Panel
Highcom 4S16

Any suggestions before I pull the trigger?
Link Posted: 5/16/2022 1:29:14 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Yumago:
I think I finally figured out my new setup.

HRT Sporran Hanger Pouch
Daeodon - L
Daeodon Sleeve Kit
SKD PIG Pontoon
5.56 Triple Daeodon Front Panel
Highcom 4S16

Any suggestions before I pull the trigger?
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What is the setup for?
Larp?
Civil unrest?
Playing COD?
Hunting boar at night?

Point is-without some sort of direction these questions are hard to answer
Link Posted: 5/16/2022 6:04:39 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:


What is the setup for?
Larp?
Civil unrest?
Playing COD?
Hunting boar at night?

Point is-without some sort of direction these questions are hard to answer
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Want to larp, and be able to deal with civil unrest.
Link Posted: 5/16/2022 6:23:00 PM EST
[#48]
6 mile run in my BCS low pro carrier pushing stroller.

I really don't see the need for any extra padding.

I'm planning on shooting in armor tomorrow and am grateful for dry armor.

I remember putting on my wet interceptor
Link Posted: 5/16/2022 7:28:49 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Yumago:


Want to larp, and be able to deal with civil unrest.
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Originally Posted By Yumago:
Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:


What is the setup for?
Larp?
Civil unrest?
Playing COD?
Hunting boar at night?

Point is-without some sort of direction these questions are hard to answer


Want to larp, and be able to deal with civil unrest.

You're setup fine for larping.

I'm a fan of having ways to retain water and small amounts food on my carrier for civil unrest
Link Posted: 5/16/2022 8:33:44 PM EST
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Originally Posted By hoody2shoez:

You're setup fine for larping.

I'm a fan of having ways to retain water and small amounts food on my carrier for civil unrest
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Yeah still looking into that, want to get the base down first.

Still trying to figure it all out before I drop the money and then want to change something
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