Hey everyone, this is RedArmyAirsoft, my name’s Alexander. This is another video about the gear, used by our team. This is how our urban loadout looks like. It consists of: combat dress, helmet with all the options, wightweight MOLLE plate carrier and a warbelt.
Everyone has at least 8 medcap mags, 4 frag grenades, smoke, and a secondary weapon. Along with a radio, first aid kit, BBs, batteries, knife, loader, and other necessities. I carry most of that in my warbelt.
On the plate carrier, I keep additional mags to my primary weapon and pistol. Sometimes also radio. But usually it’s in the rear of the belt. So here’s my belt loadout. Warbelt itself is from FLYYE. It’s inexpensive and of good quality.
Findings are good too. 2 mag pouches on each side. I keep them open, providing quick access, while in the urban environment. From my experience there’s not much point having them closed. Since they don’t get much dirty in here.
And you can see the mags. I number them. It helps me not to grab an empty one. These pouches are from TMC, and I’ve been using them for 3 years already. Now I’m switching to double fastmags from Odinn.
Then there’s FLYYE grenade pouches with fastex buckles. Unlike the velcro, they can be undone queitly. Which is useful on premises. Here goes regular radio pouch. Since I’m using a headset, I placed it farther in the rear.
Here’s a dump under the grenade and radio pouches. Earlier I tried using this one to save some space, but it actually occupied both rows of the PALS webbing. So the radio couldn’t fit in between. New dump is more spacious and holds onto just one lower stripe.
It can be folded, when necessary. Then utility pouch where I keep: BBs, first aid kit, batteries, smoke or frag grenades. Earlier I used a smaller pouch, and it wasn’t enough, so I got 1 row larger one.
And finally two other mag pouches. But usually I use one of them as a holster. I don’t use the regular holster from versatility considerations. If the game takes place in a forest area, I take two additional mags instead of the pistol.
I leave 2 meshes on each side, providing freedom of movement. Here I hooked a carabiner for my gloves. All this stuff, except for the radio pouch, was purchased on shootercbgear.com That’s all. Don’t forget to subscribe.
See you soon.