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Rifle Pictures!
« on: July 27, 2012, 03:44:13 pm »
How's about we just get a nice picture thread going?  Post your favorite rifles.  Battle rifles, fighting rifles, serious rifles, range toys, whatever you consider them.

I'll start with my Broadsword.  Like me, it is a very minor internet celebrity.  Here's a high-res picture Oleg Volk took.



Gundoc and I got to go on a crazy Vegas adventure to make that happen, by the by.  Also, that's not me in the picture, though he is wearing my body armor, my chest rig, and is holding my rifle.

Here's another one:



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    « Reply #1 on: July 27, 2012, 04:49:06 pm »
    My well known project rifle:


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    « Reply #2 on: July 27, 2012, 05:03:01 pm »

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    « Reply #3 on: July 27, 2012, 05:48:06 pm »
    Ok here I some of mine.




    I may get around to digging some more up later.
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    « Reply #4 on: July 27, 2012, 05:55:08 pm »
    Hey!  I'm not the only guy with a set of Desert Tiger Stripe.  What kind of load bearing gear is that?
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    « Reply #5 on: July 27, 2012, 08:42:51 pm »
    My Belgian Security Team is up and ready to go. I just need to get the Trijicon scope on top. 




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    « Reply #6 on: July 27, 2012, 10:02:27 pm »
    Hey!  I'm not the only guy with a set of Desert Tiger Stripe.  What kind of load bearing gear is that?

    Nope, not the only one. I really like the desert tiger strip. I like the older green tiger stripe as well. That is what I would probably use for up in the mountains. Multi cam seems to be a nice combination for in between which is why I used it on most of this load bearing gear.

    Most of it is stuff I have accumulated from tactical tailor over the years. This is their web site, http://www.tacticaltailor.com/index.aspx

    I really have nothing but good things to say about them. They tend to make good products in the USA to boot, at a reasonable price I think. At least when you compare it to some other things made in the USA. The quality seems to be good to me. My armour carrier is finally starting to wear out after many years of hard use. Other than that everything has been good. Given the amount of use from my armour though I think it has held up well. Their gear doesn't feel quite as heavy duty as some other pieces of gear I have bought but they also don't seem to be as over engineered either. I like simple, simple is good in my book.

    This is what I basically have,

    My main inspiration for this was a set of ALICE gear the Tire Iron showed me a long time ago. I though that was about the most comfortable set up I had ever seen. Well after lots of tries to come up with something as comfortable I more or less failed and salvaged what I could into this project. Kind of same idea, just with the molle setup instead. I just couldn’t get a good pair of suspenders for an ALICE set up.

    The basis of my load out is their MAV Body 2 Piece
    http://www.tacticaltailor.com/vests-armor/modular/mav-body-2-piece
    I like it, it is and has been a good piece of kit. It has the molle webbing all over it to put what ever pouches you want on it where you want. There really isn't much to it. Just enough room to mount some pouches at or just above waist level. It does have a built in pocket for maps papers or something else thin.

    While that doesn't give you as much space as say a load bearing vest it is a bit lighter and more importantly covers less of your body allowing better air flow so you don't get so hot. To me that was important. It is pretty adjustable for sizes. It also opens on the front with two fastex buckles. This makes it fast and easy to get on and off which I like.

    The next thing I did was I put their X Harness on it.
    http://www.tacticaltailor.com/vests-armor/modular/x-harness
    That would be the top part I have with the shoulder straps.

    If I remember right for some reason they don't recommend or say you can't put a hydration bladder on the back like I did but, I did it any ways and it works. Perhaps I am remembering that wrong I've had it for quite some time. This goes very well with their two piece MAV. Their isn't much padding to it, there is some though. I find it comfortable and don't care for bulky padding anyways. The black stuff is a kind of mesh. I guess the theory is it helps keep you cooler. I don't know how true that is but I find it a comfortable piece of gear. The front lower part of the straps have a couple of molle loops.

    I suppose you could mount a small pouch there if you wanted to. I just run a strap around on the left side to keep my camel back hose from flapping around. It also makes a good place to clip the speaker mike for my radio. The thing I like compared to most other similar pieces of gear or load bearing suspenders is there isn't a stupid D ring and or buckles right there. I don't know who designs these things but I don't want a piece of bulky metal right about where the but stock for my rifle goes when I am shooting. I HATE having all kinds of bulk in the shoulders that interfere with were I put my long gun.

    The next thing I did was put a pouch for my camel back on the back. I currently have Tactical tailor's Hydration Carrier Modular.
    http://www.tacticaltailor.com/pouches/hydration/hydration-carrier-modular
    Again nothing fancy. Just a pouch that will hold up to a 3 litre camel back. The top closes with velcro. It has more molle webbing to attach even more crap if you are so inclined. If it was me I would ditch the webbing to save just a little more weight. Perhaps one day when I am so inclined I will remove it. In the mean time I guess it can't hurt to have it there. It attaches using their malice clips. It is simple and works. I have others that are just about the same thing but this is the one I have on at the moment.

    That is the basic set up other than that it is just a matter of putting pouches on and deciding where you want them.

    I have 3 rifle mag pouches. Again I got them from tactical tailor. I have their Fight Light 7.62 Double Mag Pouch on there at the moment.
    http://www.tacticaltailor.com/fightlight/fight-light-7-62-double-mag-pouch

    Again nothing fancy, they hold two L1A1 or M-14 mags. They have a velcro closure. Which in my opinion isn't the longest lasting stuff. I figured it would be easy enough to just replace the pouches when that becomes a problem. I don't like the fact that it can be noisy either, how ever I figured if you are changing mags you have probably just made a lot of noise any ways. The benefit that I though out weighed the negatives was you can just press down on the lid quick to get it to close and keep your other mag from falling out. I didn't want to lose that other mag and I didn't want to take the time of trying to redo a fastex buckle in the middle of a stressful mag change. So velcro it is for now. The pouch also has this bungie thing, I guess to keep the mags for rattling around. I to be honest haven't really figured out what the deal with it is. It hasn't been annoying yet so I have left it as is, in hopes I figure out its benefits later on. There are two holes in the bottom corners or the pouch next to the body to let water out. I think I would have preferred the old fashioned drain hole in the middle but oh well not that big of a deal to me.

    I have tried many other mag pouches and I think these are the best ones I have tried so far. Not perfect but good.

    Next pouch would be my pistol mag pouch.

    It holds two 1911 mags. I don't like it a whole lot to be honest. I got it from tactical tailor again.
    http://www.tacticaltailor.com/pouches/ammo/knife-pouch
    They call it a knife pouch. Personally I don't have a knife other than my Swiss army knife that fits in there well. It doesn't fit my sure fire either. I use the pouch because it was handy and a molle pouch. I don't have good 1911 pouch that mounts on molle gear that isn’t bulky. Unfortunately with this gear I can't really reach my galco 1911 mag pouch on my belt if I was to wear this. That means it seemed like a good idea to mount a pouch for spare pistol mags on my gear some where. I would like a open top pistol mag holder that securely holds my pistol mags like my galco holder does. The problem with this as I see it, is once you take the first mag out the other one is all kinds of lose and just begging to jump out and get lost. The velcro lid helps with that some what but I am still not happy with the set up. I have some of these on my armour though so I am used to it now. I’m looking for something better but this will do in the mean time. For what it is worth the lid is adjustable and or removable for different sized things.

    Next would be the radio pouch. Yet again I bought it from tactical tailor. It is their Radio Pouch Small
    http://www.tacticaltailor.com/pouches/radio/radio-pouch-small

    Yeah it holds a radio. Nothing exciting here. It does adjust for different sizes of radio. I would have preferred something that covers the whole radio but, with the top open you can operate the controls with out having to take the radio out of the pouch. It also lets me put the speaker mike on as well. I use the same model pouch on my armour so I am used to it. It works and I guess you go with what you got.

    Next pouch would be a misc pouch. This one is from spec op. It is their Op-Order Logistics Pouch
    http://www.specopsbrand.com/tactical-gear/pouches/op-order-logistics-pouch.html

    It is the tan one next to the blow out pouch. I just shove all the miscellaneous things in their that I would want to have on me but wouldn’t be in a hurry to get out. I usually put my keys and wallet in their when I am out training. I also shove my Swiss army knife in there. I also like to keep a pair of gloves in their and some ear protection and a little L1A1 tool. My compass also generally goes in here. It has molle webbing on the out side if you are inclined to mount even more crap on top of it. It opens with two zippers that run about 3/4 or the way around it, so you can open it pretty much all the way to get what is in their with out having to fumble though every thing. Another nice feature is the inside is bright yellow so the contents stick out, real helpful in the dark.

    It also has nice dividers to keep stuff organized and plenty of slots for pens. It also has a nice lanyard built in that I typically attach my keys to so I don't lose them. It is a good pouch for holding misc stuff. It feels sturdier than the Tactical Taylor stuff. Their stuff also tends to cost more and be more over engineered in my opinion. It is made in the US though last time I checked. Note for later get a multi cam one to match all the rest of my crap. At the time I got this I don't think they had them in multi cam.

    The last pouch would be my blow out pouch. It is the ATS Medical Pouch-small
    http://www.atstacticalgear.com/cgi/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=ST-5321

    To me it seems like a well thought out pouch, though thankfully I haven't had to put that to the test yet. What I like about this one is the pouch is mounted to a velcro panel so you can push the fastex buckle release then grasp the red pull cord that lets you know it is a medic pouch and tear it off. To me this seems like a much better idea than trying to awkwardly get at you gear in a hurry to help some one or take off your second line gear so you can get to it easily in what may still very well be a hot battle field. Or worse you've been shoot and now people are rolling you all around in the dirt so they can get to your pouch. As a note though I have it mounted up side down. It you mount it right side up you can't see the red pull handle very well because it hide under that flap where the buckle is. My thinking was I wanted the red to show so every one would know that is the blow out pouch incase something happened to me. On the other hand that red does make a nice stand out reference to shoot at... Well if I change my mind I can mount it right side up again. On that flap though is a stip of velcro so if you have a blood type patch or what ever you could put it their. On a side note where does one go to figure out what blood type they are? So any ways when it comes time you use, you undo the buckle.

    Grasp the red handle and pull.

    You would now have the pouch in your hand and can set it where ever you need to. It opens up with a couple of zippers that run most the length of the pouch so you can open it up all the way to easily get to everything in the pouch.

    It has some loops in their to keep stuff from flying all over when you open it up. In there I have the quick clot combat gauze. Quick clot seems like a really good thing to have so that is how I went about it. I also have, I think it is an, Israeli pressure bandage in there. On of those cutting hook things so you can cut clothing away to get to a wound with out having to worry about anciently poking the victim at the same time. A ratchet I rigged up to use as a tourniquet. I have to thank PrvtPyle for that one, brilliant idea and easy to use in a hurry. I also have some kurlex in there. I need to add some of those thin gloves. Overall I think this is a good pouch. I have a large pouch along the same lines that in many ways I like better. It was made by the same company though I don't think they make it anymore. I think it was a but nice with velcro opening instead of zipper ones. The problem was I think it was a bit to large. This one I think is just a bit to small. Something right between the two would be great.

    On my first line gear it is a simple old school pistol belt. I could use a much better pistol belt. I have gone though many and this WW2 replica seems to be the best one I have had. I don’t remember where I got it though.


    On it I have an replica M1916 calvary holster for my 1911. It think it is a great holster. If I remember right I got it from pacific canvas and leather.
    http://pacificcanvasandleather.com/holsters/pcl_13_r.htm
    I can't say for sure I have had it for so long. I have another one that was made by another company but it wasn't nearly as good. It was a bit to small and never really broke in. The only thing I can think of to change would be replace the shiny brass parts with something that isn't shiny. I would also like it if it mounted on a regular belt instead of the old school metal things that go in holes on your pistol belt.

    The other thing I have on there is a mag dump pouch. This one is made by eagle industries. It is their SAS mag dump pouch.
    http://www.eagleindustries.com/product.php?productid=508&cat=84&page=1
    I like it. I have had it for a long time and haven’t felt the need to get something else. The drop down part that goes between the belt and the pouch could use some improvement though. The corners can sometimes poke you. You don't have to use that though you can also mount it a different way.

    Well hope this helps you.
    « Last Edit: July 27, 2012, 10:22:51 pm by Penguin »
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    « Reply #7 on: July 27, 2012, 10:09:31 pm »
    Excellent write-up and pics.
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    « Reply #8 on: July 27, 2012, 10:22:34 pm »
    Thanks for the write up!

    I'm still dicking around with my gear.  I had a BCS NIJ carrier that holds soft armor (Paraclete concealment cut stuff I got cheap) and plates.  The plates are 11x14 and may be too big.  The armor is size large but may be too small.  Go figure.  Anyway, back in 2009 I bought a Mesa Vest, which is basically a South African style vest, but in MOLLE.  I figured I would wear it with or without the armor.

    I went through a Tactical Tailor plate carrier that I didn't like, sold it.  While I was deployed I bought a PIG plate carrier.  I've adjusted it but I'm not sure about it.  I don't like having all that bulk right in the middle of my belly, and I honestly think that having armor and gear separate makes more sense for civilian purposes.

    The good news is I can sell the PIG and not lose much money on it.  It's a hot item right now. 

    The Mesa vest connects to a pistol belt with some straps.  I have an old 2" OD green gun belt I've used before.  I'm going to try lashing it to the vest, tight, right below the body armor, see if that locks everything in.  Some guys just wrap a gun belt around them and call it good.  Without keepers, suspenders, or something holding it in place, though, I think it'll flop and sag.  Or worse, pull up when you're trying to draw (mainly applies to Kydex holsters, which I intend to use).  So we'll see how that works out.

    I was actually looking at the two-piece MAV as well.  Thank you for the write up and the pics.  Any pictures of it on you, so I can see how it sits?

    If you need a new armor carrier, look up Beez Combat Systems.  They're made right here in Utah and the quality is top notch.

    http://www.beezcombatsystems.com/ 
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    « Reply #9 on: July 27, 2012, 10:37:17 pm »
    No problem on the pictures and the write up. I edited it, it looked like I double posted in while trying to spell check it. :facepalm

    I will try to post some more pictures with me wearing it. That may be harder since it is hard to take pictures of yourself.

    Thanks for the link.
    http://www.beezcombatsystems.com/
    I am looking for a new armour carrier that isn't bulky can carry soft armour and is molle. It would also be a bonus if they could carry rifle plates as well. I would like it in Khaki but, no one seems to makes stuff in Khaki. It looks like but these guys do though! :thumbup1 At first glance this looks like it may very well be exactly what I am looking for. http://www.beezcombatsystems.com/BCS-B-BALCS-Molle-BCS-B-MOLLE.htm
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    « Reply #10 on: July 27, 2012, 10:43:12 pm »
    The BALCS armor carriers are for BALCS/SPEAR cut armor, which is a specific thing.  If you have that, great.  If you have just a regular concealable vest, get the NIJ carrier.

    If you want one in MOLLE, just email them and ask.  I had them make a custom vest carrier for me.  I ended up trading it to Gundoc because it was too big, but they'll do just about anything you want.  All of their carriers are designed to hold 10x12 (commercial/LE standard) or 11x14 (USGI E-SAPI X-Large) plates.  They come in a mess of colors, including Multicam, Coyote, ATACS, whatever.
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    « Reply #11 on: July 27, 2012, 11:03:42 pm »
    The BALCS armor carriers are for BALCS/SPEAR cut armor, which is a specific thing.  If you have that, great.  If you have just a regular concealable vest, get the NIJ carrier.

    If you want one in MOLLE, just email them and ask.  I had them make a custom vest carrier for me.  I ended up trading it to Gundoc because it was too big, but they'll do just about anything you want.  All of their carriers are designed to hold 10x12 (commercial/LE standard) or 11x14 (USGI E-SAPI X-Large) plates.  They come in a mess of colors, including Multicam, Coyote, ATACS, whatever.

    Cool I may have to e-mail them and ask. I want khaki because it is the colour of our uniform shirts at work. So I can probably get away with it. Sure beats black that bakes in the heat. It may piss the boss off because it isn't black like every one else’s vest but, I am pretty sure if I passed out from heat exhaustion and didn't get the route done he would be pissed as well.
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    « Reply #12 on: July 27, 2012, 11:09:13 pm »
    Ok some more pictures of me on that last training class. That is the only pictures I have of me with it on sorry. Hope it helps.










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    « Reply #13 on: July 28, 2012, 08:28:39 am »
    Me and my MK14 Mod 0 type SEI during the 2006 SilencerTests.com shoot







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    « Reply #14 on: July 28, 2012, 09:46:29 am »
    How about some older stuff?

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    « Reply #15 on: July 28, 2012, 10:51:32 am »


    My Fr-8. I haven't been able to get back to the range to correct the zero, but I'm waiting.

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    « Reply #16 on: July 28, 2012, 02:12:03 pm »

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    « Reply #17 on: July 28, 2012, 03:27:29 pm »
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    « Reply #18 on: July 28, 2012, 04:47:30 pm »
    Penguin, you look like a South african mercenary...awesome!
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    « Reply #19 on: July 28, 2012, 05:33:26 pm »


    Coolest things I've got going for me this summer, a couple of new guns and KM classes.




    This pic was snapped at a match last Sunday.  First time shooting out to 500m, iron sights.  (Silhouette match)





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    « Reply #20 on: July 28, 2012, 06:10:14 pm »
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    « Reply #21 on: July 28, 2012, 08:07:28 pm »
    I thought I hit 4/10 rams, but the official score spreadsheet says I actually hit 2/10.  :hide
    It was iron sights, what can I say.  Also, I had never shot past 200yd before that.  In a way, I'm still surprised I hit anything at 550yds.

    I placed middle of the pack (for my first time in a silhouette match) in the M-1 category.
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    « Reply #22 on: July 28, 2012, 08:45:06 pm »
    These are the ones I took to Ogre's advanced carbine class:


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    The 6mm Rem and 65. Swede project Mausers my grandfather started and I finished:



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    « Reply #23 on: July 28, 2012, 09:55:14 pm »
    Look, sir: droids!


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    « Reply #24 on: July 28, 2012, 10:55:56 pm »




    I'm not a big fan of mausers myself but, I must say that is a nice looking one you have there. Your other rifles are nice too.
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