Hi friends!

Welcome back to the blog! Today I have another review for you and in this one, we’ll be looking at the Primal Combat G3 Uniform set in MultiCam from gunfire.com. In October last year, Gunfire flew me out for the annual calendar shoot and whilst I was there I wore this uniform set for one of the photo sets, I liked it so much that I brought it home with me! I’ve worn them a few times since so I can now give you my opinion on them!

Photoshoot image - Gun has no battery and the mag is unloaded

The Primal Combat G3 Uniform set consists of a pair of combat trousers and a combat shirt that are made from a Polycotton blend material that has been reinforced with Rip-Stop. The shirt is a traditionally cut combat shirt that has 2 pockets on the arms. The pockets have additional hook and loop velcro on them for patches etc. The sleeve cuffs are adjustable thanks to the Velcro fastener and it has a stiff collar with a YKK zipper.

The trousers are a standard G3 style with elastic inserts around the knees that have a bit of stretch and they’re adjustable thanks to the velcro fasteners at the knees and leg cuffs. The trousers are laden with pockets, with a total of 10 pockets including 2 cargo side pockets, 2 pockets on the thigh, a small pocket for a flashlight or a knife and zipped back pockets to keep equipment safe.

Both the shirt and the trousers have space to insert protective pads (kneepads and elbow pads) and these are included with the set. As I brought this set home in my luggage from the trip I didn’t take the protective set to save on weight and as other G3 knee pads fit in the trousers, I knew I could just insert another set that I have at home - I’m currently using my G3 Crye knee pads. The protective pads that are included are lightweight plastic. As I haven’t used the knee pads included I can’t really evaluate them however they look like they would offer ample protection!

Photoshoot image - Gun has no battery and the mag is unloaded

How is the quality? The fabric on the torso of the shirt is really soft and comfortable on the skin, it’s also pretty lightweight and quick to dry when wet. The Rip-Stop fabric feels strong and durable and it is also comfortable on the skin. 

They are sized in S, M, L and XL. Usually, in combat uniforms, I wear the smallest size but in these, the small was a little too snug around my waist and a little too short on the legs so the kneepads were higher up than they should have been when I tried them on so I opted to go for a size up and got the medium. The trousers have room around the waist and buttocks so they’re comfortable to bend down in and move around in. Whilst they are roomy, they don’t look baggy because of the adjustability. The shirt is also a medium and is a good fit around the shoulders/arms but it is quite long on the body - this isn’t really a problem as I tuck my shirts into my trousers. Overall, it is a comfortable, generous fit.

The G3 Uniform set isn’t just available in MultiCam, it is also available in Woodland, Black, Olive and ATACS. This set would usually set you back €76,02 but at the time of writing it was on sale for €59,30 which is around £52 at the current exchange rate. I think the full price, price point is very reasonable for a full set of uniform and affordable for most airsofters, but at its current sale price, I think it’s even better value for money.

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