Hey everyone!

Following on from my MultiCam belt set-up post, today I’m going to go through my OD (Olive Drab) belt set-up. This is the belt set-up that I wear the most often, and that’s purely because of my preference of green camos such as ranger green, olive drab and my lumber-tac flannel and my team favourite MultiCam Tropic.

As with my MultiCam set-up, the base of my OD set-up is the FRV Tailoring Cobra Shooters belt in OD. A low profile, lightweight and affordable alternative to belts such as the Ronin. 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 lb's. 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. You can save 10% on the FRV Tailoring website by using the code 'Femmefatale' at the check out!

For my pistol holster, on this set-up, I’m running a custom M&P Kydex Holster from Gungamers in pink. During my visit to Boston with the girls in February, Becca’s husband Matt (lutz_gungamers on IG) had a surprise for each of us – our own Kydex holster in our favourite colours, with our logos on them! I’m usually a little wary of Kydex products after a poorly fitting holster scratched up my beloved M&P but this holster retains my M&P well and most importantly releases it easily without damaging the aesthetics of the pistol.

Next up in my OD set-up we have a new bit of kit – the Viper Covert Dump Pouch in OD! A small addition but one that makes a big difference during a skirmish in terms of stashing used mags in a flash. This tiny pouch folds out into a full-size dump pouch – so it has a good carrying capacity whilst being compact in its folded form and looks tidy. It’s really easy to deploy even whilst wearing my belt and what I really like about it is that it folds away easily too! It has a drawstring to keep everything in the pouch secure and a drainage hole at the bottom of the fold-out pouch to prevent rainwater pooling on wet game days.

To keep my M&P mags safe during a game I have a Kydex M&P Pistol Mag carrier from Phoenix Tactical in the Femme Fatale colourway. The ‘Femme Fatale’ colourway is a pink backing with a grey front sheet of Kydex. These Kydex mag carriers keep my M&P mags safe and secure. It is also compatible with my Raven EU18 mags!

As you guys and gals know, I LOVE pyro, so naturally, I need something to carry smoke grenades and my trusty TRMRs, so for this, I have 2 of the Mile Gear V1 Kydex TRMR Carriers – one in pink and one in grey. It is a Kydex carrying system designed specifically for the TRMR that has a malice clip attachment for use with molle plate carriers and belts. There’s not really much to talk about in terms of features as they are a super simple bit of kit – just moulded thermoplastic with a malice clip but their simplicity means less to go wrong. Once it is attached to your kit, the operation does take a little getting used to but once you get the hang of it, it does offer quick deployment and of course good retention. As it has a moulded back piece with a lip I found the best way to deploy it quickly is to push the TRMR base up and it will slide out. On the way back in, the best method I found was to have the TRMR at a 45-degree angle against the back of the TRMR and push down.

There you go folks! My OD/Green belt set-up! What are you running on your belt set-ups? Let me know in the comments below!

Model: Kellie at West Midlands Airsoft

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