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This is a discussion on Gear,vests, boots, goves, etc... within the Tactical Gear forums, part of the Gun Forums category; I realize Tan, Khaki, and Coyote brown are all supposed to be distinct colours. The thing is, I've ordered pieces of each colour from both ...

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    I realize Tan, Khaki, and Coyote brown are all supposed to be distinct colours. The thing is, I've ordered pieces of each colour from both Blackhawk and Eagle industries, that, while matching each other, were more green than brown or tan. Unfortunately, they photograph as brown, so I can't post an illustrative photo.

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    Yup, that was kinda my point. The needed to go with something that will work with both desert and OD. My only other point was Coyote Brown gear will go with a variety of base camo/colors (i.e Multicam, Marpat Desert, 3 Color Desert, Marpat Woodland, etc).

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    This is some very good advise. I am starting to rethink in the means of multican. I found a good site, http://www.multicampattern.com/ But I am having a hard time finding actual equipment that has an avaliable color of multicam. Can any of you help me? Sorry for any problems.

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    no prob bud,

    www.skdtac.com
    I've bought alot of stuff from them and flat rate $5.00 Priority mail shipping. They are kidna the kings of all multicam products right now. Check out theior HSGI Plate Carriers too

    BUT!!! I found their source for BDU's here:

    https://www.multicamproductions.com

    and I found even more recently! There's actually a chinese copy at about half the price, but you have to order them directly from Hong Kong and not too sure about the quality on them.

    http://www.airsoftforce.com/product_...roducts_id=568

    And if you wanna see hwo the "gear whores" (There's a whole airsoft subculture of gear whores/gerdos) are into multicam looky here:

    http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forum...c=37335&st=120

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans
    Shad:
    Only 3 saline IV's?!?! Either you need to drink harder, or make more medic freinds!

    Peace,
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    I'll extend on the details a bit. The first time, I ended up with 2 liters of Saline and a 1/2 liter of Lactated Rings (long story short, Saline with some sugar for you non medically educated folk) and that was because my platoon had to put up (I'm not going to go into jargon) a 300 meter razor wire fence in chemical gear and my drinking hose on my mask was busted. I didn't want to be the guy that "pussed out", so I sucked it up and kept working (stupid in hindsight). First time was pretty bad, as you can tell. Second time was in Kuwait when I was "acclimating", and that was just a 500ml of Saline because I felt a like shit on a range. Third time was kind of self inflicted because I got too into the work I was doing and didn't think about water enough (also in Kuwait, sadly). I've got plenty of medic friends, but sometimes, you just have to resist the urge to play "Billy Badass" and take some safety measures. These are the lessons I've learned, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shad
    Lactated
    mmmmm lactating.. mmmmmmmmmm

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    If you are looking for cheap stuff try a local army surplus stor you can get used stuff pretty cheap they usualy let you pic and choose so just pic the newest

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    Any of you know where I can get something like this in multy cam? http://www.diamondbacktactical.com/H...n-P267C55.aspx I recently got my tactical 9 sniper and some of my budys and me do airsoft stuff together and I like to play the part of sniper but it is kind of hard trying to stay in one position when you stick out like a sour thumb. Oh and does anyone know the best way to put one of these suits together or a toutorial of how to set one up?

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    Hmm a ghillie suit... Well no on the multicam. Best thing you sould do is buy the fabric in bolts direct from CRYE www.cryeprecision.com. But a Ghillie suit is an entirely different thing.

    No need to spend so much on a kit. Kinda funny that kit includes 2 tubes of Shoe Goo.

    Here's some that are already built up and ready to use:

    http://search.cheaperthandirt.com/se...image&filter=p
    Their shipping prices suck though.

    http://www.majorsurplusnsurvival.com...tegory_Code=23
    If you live in So Cal, it's best just to go to this store. Down the street from Airsoft Extreme.

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    The most important item: BDUs (good boots being second) that match the terrain as well as possible. Lately, I've been going out in just ACUs with my G36C, two midcaps, and a quick loader. So far, I seem to be doing ok. That would also be one advantage of the G36 series, and other guns like them. The mags clip together without having to buy a clip or anything. I also just realized that obviously, good eye protection would be most important, but I assume you already knew that.

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