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Old 09-13-2013, 09:01 PM   #741 (permalink)
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Old 09-13-2013, 09:54 PM   #742 (permalink)
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I have a Tiberius T8.1 thati run as a CQB primary. Carry a total of 6 mags, 5 in a Condor CrossDraw vest (3 in the M4 pouches and two in Faz mags mounted to the 45* webbing plus the one in the gun). ID pockets generally empty except at big games or for small maps. Three small pockets have Allen keys a pull threw squeegee and a couple 12g just I case.





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Old 09-14-2013, 03:12 AM   #743 (permalink)
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Nice, Tiny Bear! What light is that, and how do you like the newer Tib FS Mags?
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Old 09-14-2013, 04:42 AM   #744 (permalink)
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Nice, Tiny Bear! What light is that, and how do you like the newer Tib FS Mags?
Thanx. The lights a NC Star Pistol LED Flashlight with quick release. As for the new mags there kinda a trade off in a way. The double sided pull downs are far far nicer than the old single pull downs but they are a tad heavier and the new Co2 pierce winder is a little harder to use. I'm still sort of undecided wich I prefer.
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Old 09-14-2013, 08:28 AM   #745 (permalink)
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Nice and simple Tiny, looks great!
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Old 09-29-2013, 07:02 PM   #746 (permalink)
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My rig:
-Condor Gen 2 battle belt
-Condor drop leg panel
-2 fazmags and a double 40 mm grenade pouch(2 normal mags each)
-Full Clip holster for my sidearm's sidearm
-Dye tac tank pouch with 13 ci and ninja PTC straight remote
-Cell phone pouch with a swab
-CO2 pouch from the tippmann holster

and a stock class belt as a bandolier... and a knife (just in case)
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Old 10-02-2013, 10:33 AM   #747 (permalink)
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At last week's Tippmann Vs World Challenge, I tested out a more western style belt:



As advertised it was very comfortable when crouching. They are designed to ride comfortably on horseback. Hotter than I'd hoped for.

I removed the patch and used my trufeed pouches for part of the time though.

I turned the right hand to a steep forward cant, this runs the Zetamag right up behind my arm. Not only was this a nice tight profile, in sunday's rain I naturally shielded the mag.



The left crossdraw running along the beltline made it natural to rest my hand on the cap of the zetamag blocking it as well.

I ran with 8 zetamags and 10 trufeeds, in sunday's rain I went to 8 zetas and 4 trufeeds. There were times when I switched to trufeeds to avoid having the length of the zetas sticking out, otherwise they worked great.

One thing that was a real hit with me was the caps from the zetamags!
I ordered and got from the fine guys at Stark Pursuit a whopping bag of caps.
Capping the trufeed mags I carried in my pockets and pouches and even both ends of zetamags in my thigh pockets, not only eliminated any worry of balls popping out, it REALLY beat the rain.



Having that top ball in the stack and the opening to the spring side totally protected from the wet, made my day an absolute pleasure. I went through a bag of paint in 6 hours, several mags were in wet jean pockets for an hour or more without ill effects.

Good times!

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At last week's Tippmann Vs World Challenge, I tested out a more western style belt:

https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/...10866347_n.jpg

As advertised it was very comfortable when crouching. They are designed to ride comfortably on horseback. Hotter than I'd hoped for.

I removed the patch and used my trufeed pouches for part of the time though.

I turned the right hand to a steep forward cant, this runs the Zetamag right up behind my arm. Not only was this a nice tight profile, in sunday's rain I naturally shielded the mag.

https://fbcdn-sphotos-b-a.akamaihd.n...45405753_n.jpg

The left crossdraw running along the beltline made it natural to rest my hand on the cap of the zetamag blocking it as well.

I ran with 8 zetamags and 10 trufeeds, in sunday's rain I went to 8 zetas and 4 trufeeds. There were times when I switched to trufeeds to avoid having the length of the zetas sticking out, otherwise they worked great.

One thing that was a real hit with me was the caps from the zetamags!
I ordered and got from the fine guys at Stark Pursuit a whopping bag of caps.
Capping the trufeed mags I carried in my pockets and pouches and even both ends of zetamags in my thigh pockets, not only eliminated any worry of balls popping out, it REALLY beat the rain.

https://scontent-b-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/...17676185_n.jpg

Having that top ball in the stack and the opening to the spring side totally protected from the wet, made my day an absolute pleasure. I went through a bag of paint in 6 hours, several mags were in wet jean pockets for an hour or more without ill effects.

Good times!

Rob
I'll be going to something very similar soon.
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Old 10-03-2013, 02:32 AM   #749 (permalink)
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The left crossdraw running along the beltline made it natural to rest my hand on the cap of the zetamag blocking it as well.

Rob
Out of curiosity, why is the left in a crossdraw? Do you shoot with one in each hand or do you only shoot one at a time, in the right hand?
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Out of curiosity, why is the left in a crossdraw? Do you shoot with one in each hand or do you only shoot one at a time, in the right hand?
He's the master of the one handed reload. He shoots right handed and reloads with his offhand while continuing to fire with this right. Basically he never stops shooting.
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