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Re: Online "Kit" Websites
« Reply #150 on: August 14, 2013, 11:46:18 » just wondering if this molle style rig is generally accepted during exercises?

Depends on the unit. I highly recommend not buying any gear until you have some time in a unit and find out what the unit rules are on it(plus get some experience with the issue kit to see what you like or don't like). Also take a look around and see what non issue gear others are wearing, ask them why they like it over the issue gear and if you can try it, etc.

but it seems to fit all the requirements!

What would those requirements be?
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« Reply #151 on: August 14, 2013, 12:25:21 »
absolutely, I won't be spending a dime on anything until I complete BMQ.. just curious is all. And now that you ask.. I'm not sure really what the req's are other than being the right cadpat. >.< Thanks for the info!

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« Reply #152 on: November 22, 2013, 13:36:46 »
here is another online kit website to check out

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« Reply #153 on: March 26, 2015, 12:29:02 »
 Depends on the Regiment etc., some reserve units, once you’ve been there for some years and rank I seen them wear US MOLLE gear, in most cases you must wear CF issue gear, however was advised by those that served in the sand box, if it can be seen all was good. That online kite for civilian use is not recommended, rubbish, mostly burn and Fry gear nor IR reflective, (more like deflective, can't be seen by IR).

Buy only US Army etc issue gear, the real deal, just recived for X-Mass P,  4 USMC issue PUG's.

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