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Join date: 2010-03-21
Location: Central Illinois
Hi folks, new guy here sent by another member who is a member of another forum that I frequent.
I picked up this load of gear this weekend. Nkomo has already seen it.
Lots of packs (LBT0990 pack also), the small pouches and black chest rig are LBT "Silver Tag" and the buttpacks are LBT "Yellow Tag". Also included are waterproof/inflatable bags and rifle bags. The black padded rifle case is BHI "White Tag" with the original Va. Beach address on it. I knew the former owner of BHI when he was still making the items himself in his own garage.
The MK23 holster is on a Eagle belt and also included the mag pouch and 2 MK23 mags.
Thanks for looking. Any comments or information would be greatly appreciated.
Rob et al,
I simply love this DCU. One it's a great piece. Second, it blows away one of the myths that some have stated about SEAL shirts. Yes, some SEAL tops will have a velcro rectangle for the trident but not all of them. And to say that all SEAL jackets have the trident velcro is obviously incorrect (as some have already argued). Heck, this jacket does not even have velcro for the name and branch tapes! Most excellent!
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