unclejake58: Forgive me for getting to the point, this page has jumped away Ayer over half of the response has been written.
You have a skill set like no other! Listen to me soldier, you are mission specific in that you can deliver a message in a manner that no other can deliver. Not blowing moke, just stating fact.keep on doing your job. You are great at it, and the country and it's founders are depending on you to complete YOUR mission!!!!!!
Nick Breh: what.the.freak.are.you.wearing.on.your.legs...
PH AIRSOFT: wait partner r u gay?
Z0mb3h Hunt3r: You should look at an Ace Case as a weight distributor. It holds 6 AR/AK magazines with ease. I use it to offset the weight of 3 magazines from the front to my left side. So I carry 11+1 (Not counting the ones in my bag) Anyways it is an easy spot to reach, and instead of being front heavy it helps to even it out.
Alex Larsen: Well, Tyr Tactical has lots of plate carriers. The Pico Advanced Assaulter might hit a value for protection middle ground.
Martin White: EXCELLENT video and information!! Thanks for presenting such a thorough and professional demonstration.
ksmith6wm6: Thank you for your reply. I'm not looking to spend that much, but may have to spend a bit to get the quality I'm looking for. I'm looking for something like the Tyr, without having to spend my life savings. Still gotta get some ammo too! haha
Alex Larsen: How 360? Because you can get the Tyr Tactical Pico-MV with all its ballistic add-ons, but it's going to run you close to $5,000, if not more.
FrankieTheLight: hey great video, im curious to see if you can wear that chest rig while also humping your bug out bag. Great vid.
mstrchief43: Clearly you haven't looked into it much. Same motor skills.These are cheap versions of weapons that can be mirror images of the real things. function, weight and all.
XLARGE: Hmmm....Then why are some branches of military (domestic&foreign) and law enforcement have started utilizing airsoft as a simulation? I think they know what works.
mikeallenbrown1: wrong ...
ksmith6wm6: Great set-up. I used a similar set-up while in the Army (thanks for your service by the way). I'm looking for a plate carrier right now actually, but I noticed yours doesn't have back or side plates-can you recommend a plate carrier that provides 360 degree protection?
MAINEPREPPER: It is an adjunct to training with actual weapons and it is viable just as much as using any other weapons simulator in conjunction with a full scope of training.
J Williams: airsoft is not a viable means of training. they are nothing like real weapons other than similar looks
J-CrashTactical: Cant go prone like that, Nice setup
mack edinger: Sweet ass shorts
Jack Sunday: What's your thoughts on Drop leg pouches?
Nebel Zauberer: Rig the plate carrier so that your plates cover your vitals (heart/major blood vessels/lungs/liver). After you have it adjusted, then put on the pouches where they work for you. Be prepared to spend a few hours on this. Then, go out and use it (even if it's just airsoft). Then go fix what didn't work.
john smuth: Are those Silkies?
theninjadabber: for me i drop my empty mag on ground and if at the end of the firefight i win ill go get them.if i lose... well im pretty sure they wont be any use to me anymore.
RainbowDashie15: The shorts haha
SkateNDestroy2013: Hey, Im guessing from your name on yt that you're from Maine. If so then Im glad to see another outdoors man in Maine! :)
daretorun: do you have a review for the vest you are using?
nicotrasher: freak in shorts omg ..
mikeallenbrown1: Not sure about the safety on safety off thing ... once the area is clear I'd go to safety on but if I have treats or possible treats in my area I think I'd rather keep the safety off.
cdnarmymedic: Hey MAINEPREPPER, nice looking rig. My only suggestion would be a TK pouch inside your divers triangle. You can usually pick one up for around $5. With your IFAK all the way on the right, a TK isn't very accessible to your left hand.
Bryan Morgan: They are from chubs tactical!
ontarget1911: Looks lile your ready for the neighborhood air soft field. Don't scare the local 14 year olds.
spoke1183: why wear the vest so low?
Phil C: Do a first line set up with a hydration/back carrier, standard class 2 body armor if you dont like a chest rig or a Plate carrier and you want full protection. its all personal preference and depends on what you are using the kit for.
Warren Albuna: Is it safe to have the pistol holster that high? Why not point it downwards?
Willy Pitty: the top plate line should be an inch below you middle "opening" of the collar bones. The plate is there to protects all your vital organs which is prety much your center mass.
ronin2167: Also, you prefer a chest rig over a battle belt?
ronin2167: What do you think of ITW Fast Mag pouches?
tommy florentino: you should have the mag pouchs higher...worked for me overseas better....love the page. tommy from boston
theVirus7: I just bought a plate carrier and im a little confused on how high to have it off my belt line and how low to have it from my neck. I noticed you keep yours pretty low from your neck.
tim ludwig: what would u recommend for a chest/waist rig to carry essentials while carring a pack. the idea is if i had to ditch my pack fast and have a few essentials still on me without pulling out of my pack.
rigsby556: funny i though training was training ?