View Full Version : TF 141 Loadout.
06-28-2010, 01:24 AM
I know it may not seem practical to base my load out off of a video game, but it works for me. But I do need help finding a couple items, which have eluded me for to long.
I can't seem to find this chest rig/ suspender configuration. If anyone recognizes the chest rig/ suspenders, or anything close to it please do tell, or if you recommend something else your advice is welcome.
Thank you for your time.
06-28-2010, 04:53 AM
Looks like the rear straps are part of the rig, and not suspenders. Why get Multicam suspenders? It looks like a TT Mav or a Hellcat chest rig.
All the backstraps are part of a chest rig and are not paint suspenders. Suspenders are under your top and mount directly to the pants.
Looks similar to Eagle Active shooter chest rig (link) (http://www.skdtac.com/Eagle_LE_Active_Shooter_Chest_Rig_p/eag.670.htm)
Eagle makes some high quality stuff if its in your price range.
You can find more here (link) (http://www.skdtac.com/All_Chest_Rigs_s/2346.htm).
His rig setup kind of sucks. You shouldn't run commo on your shooting side as the antenna destroys the stable shooting platform of your shoulder.
Also read the actual thread link you posted. There are at least 10 different items posted similar to the configuration your looking for.
06-28-2010, 03:06 PM
Awesome find, thank you guys very much, one more thing... where those two straps cross mid--back, and are connected to the battle belt, are they part of the chest rig?
Oh, and I don't care what color they are, its just the best picture I could find.
Suspenders. One thing you should think about is how much stuff your going to have on. Speaking from experience I do not find loads which require 3+ things to put on in a specific order to work effectively. Example, chest rig, battle belt w/suspenders, then a camel back. All three move around quite a bit and the load sits weird as its not all made to go together. Its personnel preference but something to think about.
06-28-2010, 10:23 PM
I've been posting on another guys thread over at Houston where everyone there has been giving thier opinions on whats his best options. I myself have been thinking its time to invest in a new setup and I'm eyeballing chest rigs as they seem to suit me better than a full plate carrier.
I've actually been considering breaking down and maybe going with something from these guys. I've put off investing in a really quality setup for far too long now.
Right now I'm running with a seperate stand alone camelbak over a cheap chicom style chest rig and an independent drop leg holster off my BDU belt. Mir is right, while It technically works I'd like something in a single grab and go unit that includes my pistol.
I've been eyeballing the BDS system and I really like some of the optional configurations available, one being the intergrated hydro carrier and holster options. I also like the fact they offer a factory upgrade service down the line so if you decide to skip an option now but later decide you should have gotten it, you can mail it back to the factory and have it sewn in. I like folks that service something after the sale.
Good gear is spendy and lasts a long time. I intend to use this maybe for at the range as well or any SHTF situations that might arise in addition to airsofting activities. The fact good gear is also made in the good ol USA is worth it as well.
06-28-2010, 11:13 PM
My suggestion is the SOtech Tomcat. I think it could work for you. I have one and the build quality is very good. I have the hydration pack on it and though the hydration pack doesn't fit your picture it is a must for long games in the Texas heat. Either way just throwing in my 2 cents.
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