reelphresh: Hey ManiePrepper just wondering if that's a rubber knife? Ha ha ha,just joking. I like your videos a lot even if I don't agree on all your points. You know your shizzle , and bring up a lot of points from a totally different perspective that are very very imformative. Glad you post up your videos.
XpertTheif74: if i am correct that is a blackhawk! sportster holster, my question is how did you mount it
airsoftuzi1: Since you train people like you said, I recommend using gas blowback airsoft rifles, mainly because they are way more realistic than a electric
redeye0315: The Daisy Dukes are killing me!
Haa. Rock On
hankthebrowndog1: My gym teacher used to wear the same short shorts...but he didn't use the tactical nair hair remover ....looking good ...ready at a moments notice...I personally like the tactical bibs cut into shorty shorts.
Richard Wallace: if you listen to him he explains what they are for
Chris Lem: Carbine mags are all over the place. They should be centrally located for easy deployment and should not be on the side of your carbine. It just takes time to cross your body or caught up in gear. Just my opinion.
willirwin21: Also being in the military, I can tell by your setup that you know what the hell you're talking about from experience.
whiskey5a: i'd say not int the slightest. a high crawl wouldn't be affected, and even a low crawl with your face in the dirt and your moving 2 to 3 feet a time wouldn't be an issue. his is a fine example of an infantryman's rig and is definitely a reference i'll use for building my rig up.
mike landcaster: TACTICAL SHORT
hrdknox2000: MP: Where do you suggest I get a holster like yours for my Springfield XD? I want to mount it the same way you've done yours on my body armor. Thanks!
jrslego: nice shorts bro
kruger54: whats with the Air soft toys?
MEIronMan207: Another Gr8t basic review!
Eric X: how much would the vest + pouches run you?
chickinstompin: Are those shorts tactical as well ? you seem to be packing another gun.
spyderts1: Where did you order your custom nameplate from?
Corey F: is it hard to crawl in prone with all the stuff on the front? especially your right front side?
Jacob Poland: is it tough enough for the rain mud dirt and snow in mountains
Copenhagen365: Not being gay or anything, but your a ripped old man. Props to ya man.
TmInfedel tanker: I like the rig except I never liked the dump pouch. Makes too much noise when your moving around. I never found it difficult to just put them right back in the pouch that I got them upside down so I didn't grab them on accident. To each his own I guess. Thats a good looking set up though. It's good to have a comfortable set up for those long firefights. The more comfortable you are the less you figit and the quieter you will be.
Shawn Strauss: Where did you get that dump pouch?
Jesse Leiker: Great vid - I think my favorite part of this whole getup is your TacToe (That's Tactical Camel Toe) Shorts. Where can a guy get those in Woodland Digital?
lakecrab: I do NOT want to be seen in New Orleans on confiscation day with a vest of that appearance.
Kidding...I see where you are coming from.
Caribou Lou: DEM SHORTS THO!!!!!!
pd2210: hell, there is gonna be a line of old dogs, lined up at the gate in Maine begging him to let them in.
esbam2002: So here is my question, and beat myself for a year now on this, is the modular chest rig or a full plate carrier better? I have both from Condor, the MCR and the QRPL, and am constantly switching the pouches on and off the two. The rig is lighter and better in heat, whereas the plate carrier offers better weight distribution, more protection, and MOLLE space. Was in the Army in the 90s and can setup ALICE like no one's business, but MOLLE, that is more adaptable, has me flip flopping....
david Arnold: Well said brother.
pd2210: you do realize that its worn over body armor right? and that when it is not worn over body armor, it would appear to be not properly adjusted. and you do realize that MP is a First Sergeant enrolled in Sergeant Major academy but got blown the freak up so he could not go and has been recently discharged, right? I hate to be a pickle but some of his videos are geared towards civilians without a tactical background. He is the last person that needs to be instructed on how to wear combat gear.
MrPunisher2268: I do agree that airsoft is a good way of training but I do think you shoud get a gas blowback rifle and pistol. They are much better than the airsoft gun you have now because it mimics real firearms.
jcv0220: Yes, he is knowledgable, more so than most, and is ex military.
jcv0220: Former Mainer here, good video. If I may make a suggestion, you could use some 550 through the sheath eyelets and you webbing. It would secure it to your gear, but still easily removed if you need to adjust. Just a suggestion...
Mick Val: LOL......."He wears short shorts"
TheSihr: Maineprepper Saiga 12 is first one that comes to mind. Hope it helps.
Mick Val: Absolutely!
degrande707: Another great video. Thanks MainPrepper! Please excuse the rest of the pukes busy trolling. If and when the world does go WROL, they'll be more than likely be a no-go and licking our boots for help.
Airs0ftTeamFFP: "who were's short shorts"
thepolarblair1: "in order to effectively display this I have my tackle on show through a very thin layer of clothing" 0_o
pearlman21: agree, a little weird
pearlman21: could MAINEPREPPER be an exhibitionist, what a shame if true?
jayallen1971: As far as the accidents with the SERPA, some people will use the finger tip to press down on the release, instead of the pad of the finger. When using the finger tip, the finger just naturally falls into the trigger guard onto the trigger on release from the holster. All NDs while using the SERPA are caused from poor training/finger discipline. You demonstrated the proper way to release the weapon and should mention this in any further videos with the SERPA. Good work. Love your videos!
310shadow310: ♪Who wears short shorts? He wears short shorts! ♪ LOL
Nice Vid though!
SlovPeter: im pretty sure he is in running shorts....dearl lord dude
xOsiRiSFuSioN: I'm not really an expert, but maybe he was doing it for demo. purposes? he had to squat down half the time to keep the entire thing in frame, so that's just a guess. (:
appleseedfanatic: SAS fire main, if jammed they use handgun if close or have buddies cover until jam is cleared
boostfreak777: I imagine it tightens up after he puts it over clothing and body armor.
John Reese: Airsoft guns in training are very valuable, considering ammo is expensive and when your training someone who has no experience you may not want the person to have a real and loaded gun until they know more. and you can get Airsoft guns that operate virtual the same for 15 to 40 bucks.
z1107eod: Not saying you're gay, but you definitely will hold a rooster in your mouth till it goes limp.
Keith R: Well do you see him with any video of real guns? Yet he spends a quarter to half the price of a real gun on fake ones.... To each their own. I practice with real guns.
Self Defense Chest RIG and components, Layout and wear4.9
out of 5