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Old 05-09-2010, 7:46 PM
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You guys and gals who work at riflegear know who's gear this is. Well he is back and safe now so gave me some pictures to share and show how he rocked his support. I get more up soon.




If anyone has any good pics up riflegear stickers or rifles feel free to post em up.
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That's awesome! Here are a few more good ones I dug up.





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That's awesome! Here are a few more good ones I dug up.
Nice
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Thats great! Keep em coming
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got him when he wasn't looking... kick me sign is in the back

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Riflegear MRAP:



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The pictures of the RifleGear sticker on the MRAP vehicle (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) are real, by the way, no photoshop on those pics
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The pictures of the RifleGear sticker on the MRAP vehicle (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) are real, by the way, no photoshop on those pics
The others are photoshop
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I'm still amazed that soldier got away with putting one on his helmet. In my unit (different branch, too) you would get your arse chewed for having your boots laced up wrong (the laces have to cross left-over-right), let alone putting stickers on your gear. I don't even want to know what would have happened if I showed up for a patrol with a bunch of P-mags on my flak jacket--maybe they're starting to issue them now? It looks like a vehicle crewman from the gear...I guess they roll different LOL!

ETA: on second thought, maybe it's a PMC and not military at all...that would explain a lot.
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I'm still amazed that soldier got away with putting one on his helmet. In my unit (different branch, too) you would get your arse chewed for having your boots laced up wrong (the laces have to cross left-over-right), let alone putting stickers on your gear. I don't even want to know what would have happened if I showed up for a patrol with a bunch of P-mags on my flak jacket--maybe they're starting to issue them now? It looks like a vehicle crewman from the gear...I guess they roll different LOL!

ETA: on second thought, maybe it's a PMC and not military at all...that would explain a lot.
Special forces guys get away with a lot. His helmet weight for running NV covers it up. They also get to pick and choose the gear they run as long as it is ACU...soon to be multicam.
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Thanks for being LE friendly. You guys are great.
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Hmmm, is that helmet from the GTO driver? Or was it an SS ?
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Hmmm, is that helmet from the GTO driver? Or was it an SS ?
Nope its from someone else.
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