Crackerballer wrote:Looks cool, but I want this:
I want it in black, looks pretty sick, and takes care of the hydration part. I also like that is is more open than the camel back one you show.
Wayneard3413 wrote:If you are wanting to run a lightweight rig I would suggest something along the lines of a Tactical Tailor MAV, you could set it up with whatever open top pouches or shingles you need
As for a belt kit, what are you planning on running on it? A quality purpose built belt will be good for just a pistol and a couple of reloads... If however you are planning on running 3-4 AR mags as well then it would probably be a good idea to check out some of the MOLLE belts on the market and match it up with a set of suspenders
Wayneard3413 wrote:The problem I see a lot of is people wanting to fill up all of the MOLLE webbing on their kit... Your also looking at a heavier and hotter carrier that you don't need unless you are running soft armor and plates
A smaller rig like a MAV will carry everything you might need... Running it with a X harness you can still run your choice of Camelbak or other hydro carrier
As for your belt that is still quite a bit of weight... If you decide to keep running it on a trouser belt I would look at something like a rigid belt from Ares or something similar
I think an ATS or Blue Force Gear warbelt would probably work out a bit better for you
You also might want to ask yourself if you really need to run a drop leg holster or not... Do you really want to train with a pistol dropped down to the top of your thigh if you are going to be carrying it on your hip everyday?
^^^ What Mike said haha
That belt setup allowed me to run 3 AR mags and two Glock mags... If you went with an ATS or BFG belt that doesn't have the gap you could fit another pouch or two stacked and be good to go
The front of the belt had plenty of room to mount a handheld light if needed (I prefer running an E1E or E2D in a pocket) or multitool if needed... I can also rubber band a CAT to the belt as well
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