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The baby is?
It's a Boy! 13%  13%  [ 4 ]
It's a Girl! 19%  19%  [ 6 ]
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:51 pm 
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Leebo's SKD Universal Chest Rig and Ranter's Riflemen Kit had a baby. Congrats!

SKD Universal: viewtopic.php?f=48&t=55732
Riflemen Kit: viewtopic.php?f=48&t=55219

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:04 pm 
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Too clean. Put it on and go roll around in the mud.

I had to look several times to realize the middle of the T shape was what wrapped around you. I've gotten used to my split front rig and forgot how those go.

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phil_in_cs wrote:
Too clean. Put it on and go roll around in the mud.

I had to look several times to realize the middle of the T shape was what wrapped around you. I've gotten used to my split front rig and forgot how those go.


Yeah, I was trying to get a picture of both the back and front at the sametime. So I unlatched the right shoulder and waist buckles.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:59 pm 
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Looks great! Nice, simple setup for the essentials, hydration pouches are very useful! Would you be running a belt with 1st line on it?

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AKFTW wrote:
Looks great! Nice, simple setup for the essentials, hydration pouches are very useful! Would you be running a belt with 1st line on it?


Absolutely... Pistol holster, double pistol mag pouch, dump pouch... Other stuff as needed.

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"When planning, prepare for the most likely, and then the most catastrophic."
raptor wrote: Being a gun collector does not make you a prepper.
the_alias wrote: Murph has all the diplomacy of a North Korean warhead, but -he has- a valid point


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 10:06 pm 
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very nice set up! :D looks expensive. it looks like you have some spare mags in the pockets.... what else does that rig hold for you? whats a set up like that cost?


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very nice set up! :D looks expensive. it looks like you have some spare mags in the pockets.... what else does that rig hold for you? whats a set up like that cost?


Between the Chest Rig and Pistol Belt + pouches/etc. it's probably around $300 or so.

If get snowed in tomorrow I might take pictures of my entire gear inventory tomorrow. *shrug* Then we'll talk about expensive.

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Murph wrote:
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very nice set up! :D looks expensive. it looks like you have some spare mags in the pockets.... what else does that rig hold for you? whats a set up like that cost?


Between the Chest Rig and Pistol Belt + pouches/etc. it's probably around $300 or so.

If get snowed in tomorrow I might take pictures of my entire gear inventory tomorrow. *shrug* Then we'll talk about expensive.


well i hope it snows so i can see all of you gear :wink:

yeah i figured it was expensive. i cant afford that now ( since i just put a down payment on a 1911 :wink: )


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Dammit Murph... now I may need to reconsider some of that rifleman kit that I've got in the trading post..... :(
Regarding the setup .... I like it, and I would like it more if I had something similar in Coyote.

Care to share the loadout?
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Dammit Murph... now I may need to reconsider some of that rifleman kit that I've got in the trading post..... :(
Regarding the setup .... I like it, and I would like it more if I had something similar in Coyote.

Care to share the loadout?
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Uhh... SKD Chest Rig, Shoulder Section, Hydro, Utility Pouch, Double Mag Pouch, of the Riflemen Kit. (All of that is Eagle Industries)
The belt is a no-namer, Bianchi M12 Universal Military Holster, Condor double pistol mag pouch, and a Condor dump pouch.

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Sweet. It's always nice to see your children have a family of their own. :cry:


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Sweet. It's always nice to see your children have a family of their own. :cry:

^ :lol:

I dig the set up Murph. Light and fast and well suited to the "Pathfinder" name you gave the winchild. 8)

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Love the chest rig/hydration back setup, absolutely awesome. The SKD/Universal chest rig is good stuff, one of the best purchases I've ever made.

Get rid of that holster, though, for realz. Voluntarily using an M12 flap holster? No thanks. :lol:

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Get rid of that holster, though, for realz. Voluntarily using an M12 flap holster? No thanks. :lol:


There are worse holsters, and worst of all is loosing the pistol when you running hard rifle drills. I think Murph's going the right direction by getting his rifle fighting gear squared away first.

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TDW586 wrote:
Get rid of that holster, though, for realz. Voluntarily using an M12 flap holster? No thanks. :lol:


There are worse holsters, and worst of all is loosing the pistol when you running hard rifle drills. I think Murph's going the right direction by getting his rifle fighting gear squared away first.


No doubt, it will get the job done, and the rifle fighting gear looks outstanding. I'm just saying, a Safariland, Blade-Tech, or something along those lines wouldn't go amiss on Murph's shopping list, IMHO.

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Get rid of that holster, though, for realz. Voluntarily using an M12 flap holster? No thanks. :lol:


There are worse holsters, and worst of all is loosing the pistol when you running hard rifle drills. I think Murph's going the right direction by getting his rifle fighting gear squared away first.


No doubt, it will get the job done, and the rifle fighting gear looks outstanding. I'm just saying, a Safariland, Blade-Tech, or something along those lines wouldn't go amiss on Murph's shopping list, IMHO.


I have a SERPA (amongst others,) but not a mount for that belt. I've found that I can put just about any pistol in the M12 and it says put. It's my universal "get things done" holster. :wink:

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Murph wrote:
I have a SERPA (amongst others,) but not a mount for that belt. I've found that I can put just about any pistol in the M12 and it says put. It's my universal "get things done" holster. :wink:



Hey, if it works it works. Personally, I hate that holster with a passion, and wish it would die in a fire, but am still forced to use it. :D

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I'm looking at getting one of those skd/eagle chest rigs, would the straps interfere with pack straps if I tried to wear both? Thanks for the help.


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I'm looking at getting one of those skd/eagle chest rigs, would the straps interfere packs straps if I tried to wear both? Thanks for the help.


I doubt it. Might be a little uncomfortable though.

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Took the "Pathfinder" out for a spin this weekend. Everything worked just like I was hoping. It was a little hard to buckle up at first because of the extra bulk of my winter clothing, but on the plus side it didn't bounce around or anything. Everything was just where I liked it... Above my gut, but below my tits. :wink:

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umm....photos please :) not of your tata's.....i wanna see the rig!


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