Infantry Combat Equipment (non-firearm): Vests, Body Armor, NVGs, etc.

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    Drone disruptor
     
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    Looks like painted need guns :D
     
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    Why bother with the magazine?
     
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    I didn't realise the typo on my reply...
    I meant to say that they look like spray painted Nerf guns. Especially the sci-fi magazine that is probably a battery, but dontd undrunders why they feel like they needed to stick with that form factor. :rolleyes:
     
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    Easily replaceable battery compartments that look like mags?
     
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    Hongkong garrison forces with the foregrip on t95-1
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    And the whole set they wear. Some troops who participated competition abroad were also issued these. I believe CASP is the manufacturer.
     
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    Urumqi police looking like they mean business. Definitely have their level 3/4s in the vest
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    Gui yang swat with multi-cam and the clothe cover over their FAST helmets
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    Macau police in hazard suits
     
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    Avs9 night vision goggles with friendly identifier
     
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    At least they got kidney protection now. Still lacking the plates needed to deal with Butter.
     
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    I'm pretty sure those guys have groin protectors as part of their body armour. Peacekeepers who went to South Sudan also wore groin protectors. But indeed most groin protectors are mainly soft armour equivalent Level IIIA. Whilst unlikely to be able to fully stop anything more than a powerful pistol cartridge, it should provide protection against shrapnel, ricochet, bullet spalling, blunt impact and maybe even FMJs that have lost plenty of velocity and not at an ideal angle.
    And if you couple a groin protector panel with blast pants, you might just be OK but either way you won't be in any condition to fight, let alone stand up after a hit. (popped balls) :oops:
     
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