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Posted: 15 Nov 2011, 22:26
by Viralstrayne
We watched that the other day and said ' thats us' HAHAHA :lol:

If I have a loadout like that you have my permission to have the whole of Berget form a firing line on me :P

Posted: 15 Nov 2011, 23:04
by Waldo
before B9 i was like that too, but at the second day i droped the half of my gear, because i realized that it was too heavy and unnecessary (and i lost my glock in the field, but thats a different thing :D )

light gear and firecontroll will improve your berget experience a lot

Posted: 15 Nov 2011, 23:10
by Viralstrayne
Well I plan to run this (used to plate carriers bulk now) ... mm-600.jpg

but i'd double up on the pouches so I can carry 10 on the rig. Might have a platform then for another 2-4 mags and anything left over will be dumped into the bag for squadies back up.

Re: How much is enough?

Posted: 26 Mar 2013, 19:04
by mrk9114
The fighting load should mostly consist of "fighting" stuff. If your really into milsim or did this is a "real" inviroment, you'll know that a Australian peel will expend more then 3 mags. I personally carry 1 in the gun, 1 on the magwell, 3 fast reloads on belt, 6 mags on the P/C, that's all the AR mags ill carry. :cooltank:

Re: How much is enough?

Posted: 30 Mar 2013, 23:07
by rahtaaja
I like to make every shot count (exept when giving covering fire for others) so 3 mags (30 bb in each) is sufficent amount for me. In bigger gunfights (likethe one on the last day in B10 from the village to the old mill when Poldavians were storming us) I'm needed elsewhere. Afterall, medics are kept quite busy in those situations ;)