Hey guys! Thank you for this warm welcome!
I will definitely try and visit you sometime. Next year can get a bit tricky though since I am planning a trip to New Zealand with a collegue of mine who is half Maori.
A real Kiwi that means!
I got the G36C and then jumped on the first available "Long-kit" I could find (CA of course) It fits like a glove.. Perfect, without any fuss or strange noises.
I also took the bayonetlock and slided it down the barrel a bit inside the long handguard to make it a bit more stable to hold and carry around, besides it looks better I think. The barrel ends just 8 mm inside the silencer and has been black anodized to not reveal itself against the black of the silencer. But that's just one of 3 barrels I have for it! I have a standard lengt K-barrel as well and the original C-barrel as well. It shoots straight as a sunray and don't wobble.. I am very. very pleased. I was thinking of maybe getting myself a bipod for it as well.. What do you guys think about that.. Would that be to make it into all to much of a sniper rifle?
The Mojjis Spider scope looks as funky as the G36 does already so it looked like a natrual choice!.. Besides.. With laser you can always pinpoint targets for friends as well :twisted:
About the gear.. I have been experimenting for a few years now and I feel like I have found what I am looking for and that is a modular system which allows me to interchange puches and other tool-holders after every possible situation.
In the picture above I wear a MOD II modular vest/rig with swedish made magazine ouches which hold 3 Armalite mags, 2 G3 mags or 1 G36 mag and is adjustible in width. All 5 ammo pouches is worn on my left side as I have the right front side reserved for a 1st Aid Pouch with all possible necessities including a whistle. At the sides I carry diffrent sized pouches with my raingear, sleeping hammock (which is great to rest in or use as rocking chair), short distance radio, GPS, extra pistolmags (not always), and that's about it. IN the pack I carried this time a sleeping mat, "coma"-coat (warm kneelong coat), Trangia Gas stove, Camelbak, extra socks (but no underwear since I don wear any, perhaps an unnecessary detail? :shock: ), some rations and extra maps
In the pockets of the uniform I then carry a lot more like maps case, compass, fork, knife and spoon (veeery important), lighter, matches, pens, paper and well, lots more.. But yeah.. An important detail.. Always 2 extra pairs of shoe laces! U never know when u'll need em!
Most of you have already fallen asleep by now I guess so I think it's enough for this post?
What gears do you prefer??