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ukswrath

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About ukswrath

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  • Birthday 10/11/1963

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    TKTD10116@outlook.com
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    http://www.tk10116.com

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    20150124
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    GGG First FOTK & HWT Centurion

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    Tony
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    10116
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    GGG
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  1. Looking good David, trim if you need to for movement
  2. Replace the elastic connecting straps with nylon webbing. Also tighten/shorten the Cod to Posterior connection.
  3. Very nice work on this pack so far
  4. Looks good. To help out even more with those stubborn areas use nylon webbing instead of elastic, if you haven't done so already.
  5. To answer your fitment issue. I have an ATA and I'm 6ft also, ATA is slightly smaller than other armor makers (I mean maybe 3%). With your height you'll be fighting the fitment issue, there's not much you can do about it. That said, the waist belt will cover most gap issues with the kidney and butt plates, other than that just make sure all the straps are tight and you should be fine. I suggest you add the waist belt and post updated photos.
  6. Welcome Jesus, looking great. Looks like you've been given some great advice so far
  7. Awesome! Let me know if you have any questions regarding my electronics. All other questions ask away here.
  8. If I elect to use the PTT I just run it down the sleeve into my glove
  9. Congratulations Jonathan welcome to Centurion 501, won't be hard to remember that
  10. That's impressive, fantastic skills. Regarding the adult side, the only other sizes I've seen were pre-teen, I mean small
  11. It's not a deal breaker regardless. Quite common though the screen helmets didn't have as much of an issue. Maybe they were using a type of seal that's no longer available. Here's a reference photo
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