Ever wondered how other people handle getting all of their stuff to an event? Some of us like a never ending parade of tactical bags and rifle cases. Some of us like a more elegant solution, like Fish. Check out how he gets his gear to the game in the video below! Is this how you prefer to get your items to the game? Let us know in the comments below!
What Changes would you make to Fish’s setup? More boxes? One big box?
Recently I was in the market for a new plate carrier as my trusty Condor Quick Release Plate Carrier was slowly wearing out from 4 years of hard abuse. After talking to Bob about his setup (as well as trying on his plate carrier) I chose the Specter MPC plate carrier in black as I have always like black gear. I understand that is may not be as hip or cool as the newest camo (cough* multicam, cough*) or anything in tan, but I has always given me the PMC/Mercenary look I try to go for. Let me tell you, this plate carrier is well worth the price, and I plan to always buy American made plate carriers from now on, as it is built like a Mack truck and can take a beating.
If you have ever seen my loadout, I carry a lot of stuff, and I mean A LOT. On the front of my plate carrier I have 3 Tactical Tailor pouches, each holding two magazines a piece, and next to those, I have two High Speed Gear TACO pouches with pistol TACO’s attached. These are my “I need to reload 5 seconds ago” pouches. On my chest I have a Condor admin pouch where I proudly wear my Defenders of Liberty patch and Team Airsoft GI Patch. Besides patches, that is where I put my wallet, keys, and any random little items.
After watching Boondock Saints, Bob has always wanted to build a six pistol loadout, and in this episode of Tactical Gear Heads, he finally did it. Bob builds a slightly modified set up of that in the movie and uses a variety of magazine and dump pouches to carry his gear. If you like what you see, be sure to check it out on our website!
For those that are unfamiliar, Shellback Tactical’s latest and greatest plate carrier is the Banshee Rifle Plate Carrier. This low-profile plate carrier is constructed entirely in America, with quality design and construction that can easily make this plate carrier worth over $200.00. However, considering the plethora of features this plate carrier has to offer, it is astounding that this plate carrier is only priced at $160.00 USD.
This plate carrier is designed for actual police and military use, meaning that it has the capability of carrying real rifle plates and enduring the wear that such plates can cause. Additionally, the ruggedness of this carrier is paired with a low profile cut to produce a carrier that is both slim and durable.
For those who wish to minimize weight, the Banshee has the option of functioning with or without a cummerbund. Furthermore, the trim design of the Banshee does not sacrifice speed for comfort. As seen in the picture below, the Banshee features fairly wide and padded shoulder straps to maximize comfort. If that is not enough however, Shellback Tactical offers after-market shoulder pads that can be attached to the plate carrier for even more operator comfort.
All in all, the Banshee Rifle Plate Carrier offers plenty of bang for your buck. For only $159.99 USD, the Shellback Tactical Banshee Rifle Plate Carrier provides a comfortable, low-profile, and affordable mounting option for all your tactical accessories.
Check it out at www.airsoftgi.com today, and remember to save 20% off your order with coupon code ’20offdaily’
Because we got some new cool stuff in and we hadn’t played airsoft in a while, we here at AirsoftGI wanted to use some of the new tactical gear we got from Gryffon. With our Dragonspine Belt System and Golem Chest rig, even though it was pretty hot outside, we managed to stay cool because our rigs were light and breathable. Additionally, it gave us a chance to test out G&G’s new version 2 gbb m4. If you are interested in any of these cool products, be sure to check them out on our website!