Friday, August 8, 2008

Tactical Vest = Must Have

To those of you who have about $50 bucks to plop down on a worthwile investment in their airsoft gear, I strongly suggest you buy a tactical vest.

Airsplat has been kind enough to send me a "Tac Force" model in black and I wonder why I didn't get one sooner.

It really makes your life so much easier on the field. I used to run around with cargo pockets full and bulging with bb baggies and extra mags. Not to mention the flashlights, radios, pocket knife and anything else I had to carry.

I lost mags left and right and spilled countless bbs until I started using the vest.

Not only does it look great, it provides real world useability and makes your play much smoother.

Having a good velcro pocket for a mag and extra ammo keeps me going quicker and longer. I don't lose stuff nearly as easily and I can carry more stuff with me. One great thing about this model is the fact that I can carry nearly every type of mag in this vest. Pictured I've got the AK47 hi cap securely in the pocket, but it can easily accommodate AUG , G36, M4/M16, M14 and MP5 magazines. Basically, you will be hardpressed to find a magazine that will not fit the Tac Force vest.

To me the tac vest is really underrated.

If you can get one ASAP!

Airsplat has great prices and I can personally vouch for the quality and durability of the model I have tested. However, you can find these items nearly anywhere including military surplus stores and of course the web.



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