I am going to buy this carrier from Beez Combat Systems. Anyone else here have this carrier? If so what do you think of it?
>Steers n' queers
>Don't look much like a steer to me
>Do you suck dicks?
>being this defensive
Because I like watching tacticool oper8ors blush.
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It's held up well, good stitching, legitimate materials.
Damn I don't know if I even have that picture anymore.
Can someone recommend me some 5.56 mag pouches for my PC? I am not sure if I should get three double mag pouches, or buy two triple mag pouches. Also interested in ones with both the elastic band and flap.
That's a tough one. Biology makes donning plates a special kind of uncomfortable for women. I don't know of any specially designed to accommodate breasts. Someone else might though.
Depends on your height, build, and the size of your chest. Most plate carriers can fit small plates, and 8"x10" is a pretty common size. I'd look into triple curved plates, would probably be more comfortable for a woman.
Bulletproofme.com has some affordable triple-curved ceramics.
Figured that much myself. I'm considering pairing it up with a good sports bra, but I just can't help think it would still be an issue.
Thanks. I'm new to plate carriers, though, so I have absolutely no idea on how it'll conform to the plate, and how fitted it should be
Well, our female Marines just kind of have to suck it up. I mean, they have to wear these things (pic related). Imagine having to deal with that for hours on end with breasts of any size.
That being said, yeah, curved 8x10 plates and a small, lightweight carrier are the way to go I'd imagine, in terms of comfort. The examples in this thread are a good place to start.
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That plate carrier looks very low to me. Cinch it up a bit, the top of the plate should be inline with your clavicle.
>I just can't help think it would still be an issue.
Doing some google footwork that seems to be the case. Going to be a case of suck it up and deal unfortunately. Those triple curve plates might help like others have recommended, but it's going to be a royal pain in the tits no matter what. Good luck /k/ommandette.
Is there any way to reliably attach AK mags to a German webbing set, or am I just out of my fucking mind?
>Poorfags gonna poor
Sure! Just get some surplus AK pouches dude. East German ones are fucking cheap as hell and slide right onto a combat belt. To keep it classy, you can also buy some Romanian pouches, but make sure they're not the RPK variety unless you have 40-round bananas. And if you do, 10/10 would operate with.
The majority of plate carriers are reasonably flexible. Not thin, really, but it's still fabric and light padding. The plate and the weight is what causes the discomfort.
I'd look into some of the low profile PCs out there - First Spear, LBT, Velocity Systems, Mayflower, Ferro Concepts. See what fits your budget and what sort of features you'd like.
You can find East German pouches from $3-$5 on most of the more popular surplus sites. The Romanian ones run $5-$10 usually. Both are quite common.
And they have nifty little pockets for an oil bottle, just like dedushka would have used in the old country!