I'm new to the ARFCOM community, but not new to selling online. Here's my eBay feedback
. I'm a quick shipper, honest seller, and honest buyer.
1. ... ship USPS Priority within one business day after receiving payment. I pay for shipping.
2. ... only accept PayPal to my account [matthewmilunski (at) gmail.com
]. No checks, money orders, wire transfers, etc.
3. ... will answer any and all PMs about this post. However, if it's something that can be answered by the post, I will not respond.
4. ... will take more pictures if you tell me what you specifically want a picture of (i.e., the inner part of the side plate pouch). Please PM your email so that I may email it directly to you.
5. ... am somewhat flexible on the price. PM me and give me a reason to lower the price.
6. ... do not ship outside the continental US.
7. ... listen to money. Post here first then send the money. A post with no money means nothing. No reserves or payment plans.
To the skinny: I've put together a low-profile PC that is suitable for concealed wear. Unfortunately, for a guy of my size (a lean 148 at 5' 9"), the plates sit a little lower than I would like for them to be, especially on my back. As a result, this PC has sat in my closet and has not seen any action and is in very good condition. I will not be selling these components individually, so if you want it, you must buy the whole thing.
My platform is based on a LBT 6094A SLICK carrier that holds medium ESAPIs or 10x12 plates. The side plate pouches are made by Patrol Incident Gear. The shoulder pads are made by HSGI (and are near luxurious in their comfort). To top it off, your ammo is held by the LBT Quick-Release Assault Panel (QRAP) that comes with a four M4 mag panel and a three mag 7.62 panel. This rig holds everything nice and tight. It just needs a larger individual to fill it out.
Original prices without shipping:
LBT 6094A SLICK - $114.72
PIG Side Plate Pouches (pair) - $49.50
HSGI Shoulder Pads - $20.00
LBT QRAP - $120.02
MY PRICE: $230.00
CAVEAT: Now why do I say "very good" and not "pristine" when this has been sitting in my closet the whole time? When I first opened up the QRAP and started putting mags in the pouches to test retention, one of the pull tabs tore. I was pretty pissed as I didn't even pull on it hard at all. The rest of the tabs work normally though. Could I have had this manufacturer's defect fixed? Yes. Do I have time? Unfortunately, no. Other than that minor issue, the QRAP is a great, body-hugging rig that lets you carry a fair amount of ammo without getting bulky.
PLATES NOT INCLUDED (Do I have to say that?)
To the pics! My apologies for the quality. My point n' shoot has been MIA for some time. iPhone will have to suffice.