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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 3/14/2006 4:43:32 PM EST
I finally decided to duplicate an LBV rig that I saw on here, and broke down and bought the LBV and enhanced butt pack to complete that rig.

Something about that setup just seemed to be "right" for my needs, both militarily and SHTF type.

I used the LBV 88 on Active Duty and really liked it so I am going back to that.

will post pics when I get the pieces in and assembled.

Link Posted: 3/14/2006 5:31:27 PM EST
The set up you are talking about was Frens I believe. I liked the setup also, and made kind of the same set up.

Items used:

Blackhawk Enhanced LBV
Spec Ops SOB (Soldier Optimized Buttpack)
GI Pistol belt
2 1-quart canteens instead of mag pouches at rear
LC-2 Paratroopers Belt First Aid Kit attached to SOB

Link Posted: 3/14/2006 6:02:48 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/14/2006 6:13:56 PM EST by Pointman_M4A1]
That setup is sweet, and was close to what I used for greenside ops in the 90's.
I am going to make a carrier for my hydration pouch that attaches to the LBV so I can eliminate one set of straps.

USGI ELBV (woodlands Camo)
Recon patrol buttpack (OD) has 3 outer pockets and can hold 1 qt canteens if needed.
LC2 FAK attached to bp (OD)
2 M16 magazine pouches (possibly could use 4 mag pouches) (OD)
M12 holster (OD)
9mm mag pouch (OD)
hydration pouch on back of LBV (OD/Woodland Camo haven't decided yet)
LC2 pistol belt

The pockets of the LBV will be loaded with essential items for 3 day sustainment.

I actually plan to use this for the Guard as the issued gear that I had for Katrina sucked and hurricane season is coming up fast. I have a large and Medium ALICE pack that I use for longer term sustainment ops.

Katrina/Rita was a 34 day operation for my unit, others were out 66 days.


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