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Posted 17 February 2008 - 01:05 PM

I would just like to talk about the Blackcell V2 vest. This is just my experience and everybodys experience will be different. When I first recieved my package, I opened it to find everything was packed in the box very neatly. Once I took everything out I placed the stuff on the vest how I wanted it and tried it on. The fit was nice, but I thought it was just like a normal vest. I thought maybe I should have spent less money. The next thing I done was loaded all my pod packs (total of 6 pods on the vest), filled my water bladder up and put it in the vest, put all the other misc stuff in the large pack on the front, and filled the tank with air. I put the vest on again. It felt very heavy. I velcroed the strap around my waist and adjusted it to my liking and zipped it up. Once the strap was velcroed it took all the weight off. I weighed the vest and it weighed an incredible 26 pounds. I highly suggest this vest if for nothing more than the load bearing capabilities. Do not be afraid of this vest getting torn, it is very durable. I just want to say in closing, that this is the best money I have ever spent on a vest. I highly recommend this vest to anybody who is thinking about getting one, you wont be disapointed.
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Posted 17 February 2008 - 03:04 PM

I concur. While this vest is overall very expensive compared to others, the durability and quality are top-notch. Also, the ability to change the vest from game to game is unmatched, even though many others come close. The flexibility of using both interlock and MOLLE pouches just speaks volumes, allowing use of stuff purchased from nearly any tactical store that utilizes either (or both) of the two fastener methods.

Many people will find need for a single vest, and that's all they'll ever need or want. If you're one of this group, don't bother buying the Operative vest. choose a custom or standard vest, and be done with it. The Operative is for players like myself, who wants to change the configuration from time to time, and allow for a much greater flexibility in the growth of my ability and style of game play.
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Posted 20 February 2008 - 05:55 PM

View PostJackRock, on Feb 17 2008, 04:04 PM, said:

I concur. While this vest is overall very expensive compared to others, the durability and quality are top-notch. Also, the ability to change the vest from game to game is unmatched, even though many others come close. The flexibility of using both interlock and MOLLE pouches just speaks volumes, allowing use of stuff purchased from nearly any tactical store that utilizes either (or both) of the two fastener methods.

Many people will find need for a single vest, and that's all they'll ever need or want. If you're one of this group, don't bother buying the Operative vest. choose a custom or standard vest, and be done with it. The Operative is for players like myself, who wants to change the configuration from time to time, and allow for a much greater flexibility in the growth of my ability and style of game play.


One of my other concerns was the interlock system, but now that the vest is here and I have stuff on it, the interlock system is fantastic. This is by far the best vest I have ever used. In my opinion this vest has no flaws.
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