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airsoft swat loadout and outfit

This SWAT airsoft loadout is the epitome of a CQB loadout, although it can be used for other outside games as well. No matter whether you are a fan of cosplays, military simulations or LARPing, this kind of a loadout is popular amongst many and with a good reason.

There are barely such unique and strongly recognizable outfits than those of the United States Special Weapons And Tactics team and by being featured in numerous films, games and live action events they have certainly achieved the notorious respect in the modern world.

Those afraid of SWAT teams are everyone from the drug dealers to terrorist organizations and kidnappers and they certainly are not very keen of them.

Founded in 1960s with purpose of controlling the riot and confronting the violent criminals, they have fulfilled every spot where the regular police enforcement could not hold ground.

SWAT utilizes special police and military tactics including intel in their operations and the fact that they operate with the most sophisticated ballistic gear, devices and military technology achievements, indicates that their successes rate is incredibly high reaching the almost perfect 100% ratio.

The following loadout is created on the usual SWAT outfit, gear and weapons that we can see in movies and console games.

After the loadout part you will also hear about some interesting facts about SWAT team that are not commonly known to the public.

Primary SWAT Guns

HK 416

The HK 416 is a gun that is based on M4 series, but it is said that it is less prone to malfunction.

Some SWAT teams still use other M4 carbines, but HK 416 is common in Los Angeles PD SWAT and I think that this replica fits this loadout properly.

H&K 416 AEG Airsoft Rifle, Black 6mm

MP5

MP5 is a great choice for SWAT loadout because it is one of the primary guns they use, especially for CQB.

This gun also fits many other loadouts and can be considered as bread and butter of CQB games!

Secondary SWAT Guns

GLOCK 17

Umarex Elite Force Glock 19 Gen3 GBB Airsoft Pistol 6mm

Glock is so common in United States that it fits in so many loadouts I have been working on recently. This is great news for everyone who wants to slowly get different loadouts into their collection due to the fact that the Glock fits in so many secondary gun spots and it means that you can save some money.

Besides the Glock which is the modern and usual part of SWAT arsenal, there is also a Sig Saurer 226, but I wasn’t able to find a good airsoft replica for it.

Anyways, I do believe that the Glock is the outstanding pistol and I would choose it anyways for this loadout.

Airsoft Glock replicas are incredibly accurate and pay attention to the details, so you will even get the realistic and accurate Glock markings written on the replica.

One more cool thing about Glocks in airsoft is that they even fit the original glock holsters!

SWAT Uniform pick

Shirt

Pants

SWAT is the special enforcement unit and therefore the blue colors naturally fit in. The color of the uniform is aimed to be the dark blue, which is the case with this chosen uniform, however if you have some convincing black uniform already and want to save some money I would consider it as well.

Technically, the green and grey uniforms work too, but the dark blue/black provides you with the unique and well known SWAT appearance that can not be mistaken for any other units.

Helmet

This is the realistic appearance-based SWAT helmet pick. This one may look the best, however if you already own a similar black helmet then you should look at this pick as more of a situational one in terms of a budget.

This helmet is my favorite pick, however take a look at the next two options!

For all those who hate helmets, there is a simple SWAT hat, however I think that a helmet fits the loadout way better.

And for the last choice, you can choose the SWAT inspired helmet that is often used for cosplays and less often for airsoft purposes.

I wanted to put it on the list for fun and I think it can actually be used with this loadout, so try it out maybe!

Just bear in mind that the visor is made from poor plastic that can not serve as the eye protection, so be sure that you wear proper eye protection with this!

I have not tried this myself, so I can not say how would goggles fit beneath it, but I can guess that safety glasses would fit alright.

Balaclava/mask

One of the first associations that people have when they hear about the SWAT teams is the black balaclava that covers their faces.

It is absolutely crucial that the identity of SWAT members is protected and therefore you will rarely see a photo of a SWAT member without one.

This is also common with other special units across the world, because protecting the identity is crucial part of any mission especially when dealing with high risk missions.

The lives of SWAT team members would otherwise be greatly compromised.

Boots

You probably already have decent black boots, but in case that you do not, there is my pick.

The good thing about owning solid tactical boots is that they can be used in multiple loadouts and outfits, so you won’t have to buy a new pair each time.

Also good boots are the essential part of airsoft, especially for skirmishes.

Chest rig

This chest rig is simply perfect, if I may say so myself.

Gloves

In case that you do not already own tactical gloves, there is a great pick.

Pads

Sometimes the uniform comes with integrated pads, but in this case it does not, so you will have to separately get pads and attach them to the knees.

Patches

The chest rig already has a patch on it, so I do not think you will need another one.

SWAT Special devices

Flashbangs

Flashbangs make lots of sense for this loadout because almost every high-risk scenarios begin with flashbangs. Flashbangs are capable of causing such shock to the nearby affected targets that temporal deafness is inevitable, but it also impairs the vision due to its flash effect.

Once the person is stunned, the senses do not play in their favor and barely any action can be consciously performed, providing the SWAT team with enough time to get in and clear the rooms.

In airsoft, we can use the airsoft version of flashbangs, the stun grenades also known as thunder Bs.

We can not mimic the stuff that impacts the senses because it would hurt players, but grenades that either cause high pitch sound can be used to take the attention off from the tactical points such as the doors and windows.

In other hand we can also use the grenades that explode and send the BBs towards all targets in the radius.

With this devices we can clear rooms in both skirmishes and CQB, as long as the fields allow their use.

Glowing sticks

Glowing sticks are awesome for low visibility games, often those played in the nights or poorly windowed buildings.

I think that glowing sticks do a nice job because you can illuminate the enemy position and reveal them or mark the rooms you have cleared with the team already, so the rest of the team knows that the room is enemy-free.

This would be a great idea if you can play in a team with disciplined team mates, otherwise it could give away your position and backfire.

SWAT team in action used as inspiration for airsoft loadout

Facts about SWAT teams in US

  • Back in the 80s, there were only approximately 3,000 SWAT raids in the United States, nowadays there are at least 80,000 SWAT raids per year.
  • SWAT teams utilize the technology and tools to its finest in order to gain the tactical advantage, so 65 percent of all their deployments begins with either a bettering ram, explosive device or by utilization of combat vehicles that hold enough horse power to pull out the entire wall block of a house.
  • Although they were created mostly for hostage and active-shooter scenarios, today they are mostly involved in a search for drugs in private homes.
  • Almost all SWAT members begin their careers as police officers.
  • All new recruits must complete between 15 to 30 weeks of training where they cover everything from the law to driving , leadership and tactical firearm use. However, this is yet a beginning because after this they are constantly tested for physical and cognitive abilities and there are many more tests to past in order to become and most importantly, remain in the SWAT teams.
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UPDATED LOADOUT 2021 - SCP COSPLAY?! - CALLSIGN RICE

Hey everyone!

Welcome back to the blog! Today I have another loadout post for you, and this time we'll be looking at the MultiCam Black X MultiCam loadout I wore for Southcoast CQB!

For my BDU's I'm wearing a UBAC in BTP Black from KombatUK. It has an elasticated ultra-flex torso chest/back and ripstop polycotton sleeves with removable armour elbow pads. It has 2 x angled tactical utility arm pockets, 2 x Velcro ID panels on sleeves and velcro cuffs. It is really lightweight and fast-drying.

For the trousers, I'm wearing the Viper Tactical Gen 2 Elite Trousers, which make huge improvements on the originals and boast a bunch of new features, including improved removable ABS knee pads! These new Elite trousers are a dupe of a very popular style of trousers/pants but are super affordable.

Besides the style, the first thing that strikes me about these new combat pants is that they are packed with pockets for storage! Featuring: two roomy cargo pockets with inner felt lined utility compartments, two hand-warmer pockets, two rear pockets, and two front thigh pockets. The pockets are placed in convenient locations and easy to reach in-game. The most useful for my own style of gaming is definitely the cargo pockets - they’re really roomy and secure well so I don’t lose any of my bits and bobs on the field.

One feature that was absent from the previous version, and definitely adds to the aesthetics is the V-Stretch material panels that are located around the knees and seat for better movement. The material is an accent colour which gives the trousers a high-end look but they aren’t there to just look good, they make the trousers so much more usable. As the originals didn’t have any stretch fabric, they relied on the little stretch the trouser fabric had, which meant they didn’t have a huge amount of movement. This stretch fabric makes these so comfortable to wear even when I’m crouching and getting into some really uncomfortable positions to get the shot.

The Gen 2 Elite Trousers feature removable ABS knee pads but the design is a major improvement on the originals. Instead of being hard plastic, they are now a flexible almost rubber feel plastic that moulds to your knees much better. They also look better. Like the originals though, they still have knee pad height adjusters in front thigh pockets which means I don’t get ‘thighcaps’!

In regards to the fit of them, as I wear a UK 8/10 (depending on the brand) I opted for a 30” waist. My waist sits at dead on 29” so opting for the 30” gives me. an extra inch for movement. They feature a padded waistline panel for added comfort, so when you’re leaning and there is pressure on the waistline it doesn’t dig in like some other brands and they have velcro retention for knee and cuffs.


Starting from head to toe, for my helmet, I'm wearing the FMA Dark Earth Airframewith a MultiCam Airframe helmet cover. This Crye style replica is made of a lightweight high-density polymer - perfect for protecting your noggin during BB wars. It has foam pads on the inside, is ventilated, has a headlock chain strap, side rail mounts and bungees for NVG stability. It doesn't come with an NVG shroud but has pre-drilled holes to add one.

On the back, I am running an FMA Mantra Strobe RED Type 1 which has both red light and a none visible IR emitter which comes in super handy for night ops with blue force and a generic counterweight pouch which I can fill to counteract the weight on the front of the helmet.

Last but not least - what every airsofter loves to adorn their kit with, patches! As the velcro on my airframe cover is pretty small, I decided to put my ranger eye patches to some good use! The patches I'm running here are to represent my USA boys - the Enola Gaye Ranger Eye by Who Shot First, the No. 39 Sqn Reaper ranger eye patch from @that_brit_pierce and the 'H8' ranger eye from @pnw_punk.

The glasses I'm wearing for this loadout (and the ones I wear for most of my loadouts) are the Wiley X Saber Advanced. They're made from Shatterproof Selenite Polycarbonate lenses that meet the MIL-PRF-32432(GL) ballistic standards: ANSI Z87.1-2010 high velocity and high mass impact standards. I opted for the set with amber, vermillion and tinted lenses but I usually wear the vermillion lenses. They feature a T-Shell Lens coating that prevents scratches. They also offer 100% UVA/UVB protection with distortion-free clarity. I've been using these for around 3 years and they've never let me down.

My Facemask is the licensed T'Farge Comfort Mask from OneTigris. It is a half-face mask that has padded sides and a TPU polymer bridge to protect the nose. The TPU material that covers the bridge of the nose has been tested to 800FPS impact resistance (tested between -10 degrees C and 42 degrees C), it also allows for breathability thanks to the cutouts and it has a rubber seal on the inside of the mask to keep players goggles clear. The fabric used is nylon (for the black and green versions) and 500D Cordura (for the MultiCam version) and this is for durability as it offers great dirt, water and abrasion resistance. On the inside of the fabric is the padded mesh breathability lining for player comfort. It has adjustable double head straps for comfort and to prevent the mask from slipping. It’s also a super light-weight piece of kit, weighing in at only 100g and it folds up small so it doesn’t take up a lot of space.

I have been wearing this mask for around 4 months now and I’ve found that the padded sides are super comfortable, but one thing I have noticed with the ladies cut is as it cuts away from the jawline quite sharply it doesn’t completely protect the very bottom of your cheeks - but this isn’t an area that for me gets hit a lot so it’s not too much of an issue as the covers a lot of the face. The mask is built for player comfort. and the only aspect I found uncomfortable about the mask was the fact the double strap has two buckles that can rub on your ears when wearing ear protection, this wouldn’t be an issue if you don’t wear ear protection but I always wear it so it can be a little uncomfortable during prolonged wear.

The plate carrier is the Warrior Assault Systems Recon Plate Carrier in the Shooters Cut. The Recon Plate Carrier in the Shooters Cut is now discontinued but it is a lightweight, versatile and low profile alternative to some of the classic Warrior styles such as the DCS. The PC has been designed to keep a ballistics plate in the front plate pocket and a SAPI plate in the back pocket. Both plate pockets however feature a backing of 3D mesh to help with the dispersal of body heat from the shooter and also improve ballistic performance. The PC comes standard with a non-ballistic foam insert - perfect for Airsoft, it's a good thickness and gives a distinctive sound when a BB strikes it. The RPC features a ladder style cummerbund that still has MOLLE compatibility. The PC itself is covered back and front with a MOLLE system and has a front velcro panel so you can easily swap pre-configured weapon-specific pouch setups. I have the WAS Cargo pack on the back and I swapped my usual front panel out for the HSP D3CR-X.

The Haley Strategic Disruptive Environments Chest Rig X has been designed to improve comfort and storage capabilities for the operator whilst still working perfectly with the existing range of comprehensive D3CR accessories. The D3CR-X design means the Chest Rig has 4 rifle magazine pouches that accept both AR type magazines as well as AK 7.62 x39mm and 5.45 x 39 magazines! The 2 Multi-Mission pouches are also very much welcome - they are super useful, for tactical snacks, radios, small medkits etc. The 4 pistol mag pouches are versatile pouches that accept 1911, Glock, Sig, M&P, XD and other standard double or single stack pistol mags, as well as many other useful bits and bobs including handheld torches, multi-tools, and (the most useful for my own gameplay) 40mm grenades, and for me, that means my trusty TRMR impact grenade and a few Enola Gaye smoke grenades/flashbangs! The rig features an X harness for ultimate adjustability and a full Velcro front panel that allows the rig to be outfitted with accessories, as well as assist in the full contact connection with plate carriers. One of my favourite aspects about the chest rig is the full panel of Velcro because it allows me to easily swap the front panel from my Warrior Assault Systems Recon Plate Carrier out, for the D3CR-X panel really easily - just unclip the straps, rip off the panel, attach the panel and do up the clips and the jobs a good ‘un! This is particularly useful when I am switching between playing Skirmish and MilSim Ops as the gameplay is so different a different loadout is needed.

For my battle belt, I'm using the MultiCam FRV Tailoring Cobra Shooters Belt. It is a low profile, lightweight and affordable alternative to some of the pricier shooters belts on the market. It has an inner belt made of one layer of webbing with Velcro hook on the outside which you feed through your trouser belt loops as you would any normal belt, then you place your outer belt with all your pouches, holsters etc attached over the inner belt and fasten it with the cobra buckle. The belt is 50mm/2" wide and has 18 columns of molle. The molle loops run along the top and bottom of the outer belt and they're compatible with any molle pouches and holsters. The outer belt has a double layer of webbing to give it that rigidity and a cobra buckle that is rated up to 4000 lbs. What I love about this belt is it sits quite high up on my hips so it doesn’t bruise me or get uncomfortable even when there’s a fair bit of weight being carried, and I can have all my pouches/holsters etc set up on the belt without needing to take them off when the belt is removed.

I like my belt kit to be lightweight and functional so it’s all about the essentials, as I don’t want to be swapping holsters constantly I opted for a Warrior Assault Systems Universal Holster in MultiCam, which is one of the best holsters that I’ve used to date. What I really like about this holster and the reason why I always come back to it, Is because it fits every pistol I currently own, securely! The adjustment system is easy to use, and the pistol is held in place by a trigger locking system. To release the pistol you simply push in the release and pull the pistol, and to lock the pistol into the holster you just push it back in. To carry pyro and empty magazines I have a Warrior Assault Systems Gen 1 Dump Pouch, just something simple to keep anything that doesn’t have a dedicated pouch.

To keep my pistols mags safe during a game, I opted for 2 of the Nuprol Open Mag Pistol pouches in their own variant of MC. They are elasticated pouches which can be tightened/loosened to fit various mags and also 40mm flashbangs/smoke grenades etc if you don’t have any pistol mags to keep a hold of. I’ve had these for around 4 years and have used them for various uses and they just keep on giving.

Last up in my MultiCam belt set-up we have 2 of the Grey Ghost Gear 40mm pouches in MultiCam. Now, these are exactly what they say on the tin – they are 40mm pouches that are suitable for flashbangs and smoke grenades of that diameter, they have a malice clip attachment which means they are fastened securely (although they do have a slight wiggle in them) and they have a clip to secure the pouch flap. They keep my grenades secure and the clip is easy to undo quickly even with gloves on.


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