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Re: Packing List

Post by Frasse » 02 Feb 2014, 21:02

[JR]Guzzo[SWE] wrote:
Mr Black wrote:
HiTeck7 wrote:.....and please don't let the empty cans behind in the woods!!!
i saw a few of them just 1 m beside the road. that's not nice :-(
+1
If you´re strong enough to carry it with you out into the game area you should be strong enough to bring your trash back from the game area. There is no excuse för littering.
Indeed, I hate to see stuff like that lying around in the forest.
Plus it's illegal and gives airsofters a bad reputation!! :twisted:
When people from outside the scandinavian countries come here and we say "It's allowed to walk freely in the forrest" they react with: "YAAAY! Lets cut down trees, litter the place and burn sometning!!"
This in NOT the case... Please educate yourself before being jackasses...

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Re: Packing List

Post by Pat_D » 02 Feb 2014, 22:23

That's why i always think/say "just look, don' t touch ( "Nur gucken, nicht anfassen"); we all are only guests on this planet!!!
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Re: Packing List: Individual Combat Equipment to Berget 12

Post by Guinness » 26 Feb 2014, 02:28

Individual Combat Equipment to Berget 12
Combat pack for deployment is based on Swedish equipment. All kit in the combat pack should be filled in a black waste bag to prevent the kit from being wet or moist.

Combat Uniform Kit in you uniform
  • Combat gloves 2000
    Note book and pencil
    First aid
    Knife
Combat Equipment Combat Pack 40lit
  • Combat pack 2000 http://www.rodastjarnan.com/vaskor-och- ... -m90-19071
    Mess kit + matches + can opener
    Thermos with a sock over it
    Shirt 90
    2x T-shirt
    2x underwear
    Foam mat
    Sleeping bag
    Toothbrush, paste and nail clipper
    Meal Ready to Eat for 24h
    Toilet paper
    Tarp
    Baby wipes
    Plastic bag for collecting waste
Gyda pack (Leave in the car/base) http://www.rodastjarnan.com/vaskor-och- ... 90k--21782
  • Civilian clothes
    Underwear
    Personal hygiene article
    Towel
    Extra food
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Re: Packing List

Post by Jerry_ASP » 26 Feb 2014, 18:21

Oh, this list is so neat. But, few things I'm taking, apart from what mentioned here:
- Duct tape
- Beanie hat, 'cause it gets cold an I'm bald.
- Melatonin & caffeine pills. One puts you down, the other gets you up.
- Insect repellant.
- Insect repellant again, because it's super important.
- Scarf, OD.
- Airsoft goggles, maybe? :)
- There is no such thing as enough batteries and BB's.
- Set of tools and oil for weapon maintenance.
- Piece of rope. Comes in handy.
- E-tool? Not decided yet.
- Airsoft Claymores, for base defence.
- GPS satnav. Finally I won't get lost.
- Compass, because the GPS won't work anyway.
- Few isotonic drinks (Isostar, Gatorade, etc.), it's better than drinking plain water all day long.
- Extra spoon. Someone is gonna nick the first one.
- Knee pads.
- Adult magazines. Because you can trade it for anything you forgot to bring along.
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Re: Packing List

Post by Guinness » 27 Feb 2014, 12:55

Jerry_ASP wrote:Oh, this list is so neat. But, few things I'm taking, apart from what mentioned here:
- Duct tape
- Beanie hat, 'cause it gets cold an I'm bald.
- Melatonin & caffeine pills. One puts you down, the other gets you up.
- Insect repellant.
- Insect repellant again, because it's super important.
- Scarf, OD.
- Airsoft goggles, maybe? :)
- There is no such thing as enough batteries and BB's.
- Set of tools and oil for weapon maintenance.
- Piece of rope. Comes in handy.
- E-tool? Not decided yet.
- Airsoft Claymores, for base defence.
- GPS satnav. Finally I won't get lost.
- Compass, because the GPS won't work anyway.
- Few isotonic drinks (Isostar, Gatorade, etc.), it's better than drinking plain water all day long.
- Extra spoon. Someone is gonna nick the first one.
- Knee pads.
- Adult magazines. Because you can trade it for anything you forgot to bring along.
Thanks Jerry!

I will update my list with some of your recommended equipment.

Kit in your uniform
  • Compass + Map
    Mosquito repellent
Combat equipment
  • Eye protection
    Airsoft cleaning kit (Silicon oil + rod)
Optional Extra Equipment
  • Beanie hat (if cold or when sleeping)
    Knee pads
    Airsoft tool set
    Melatonin & caffeine pills. One puts you down, the other gets you up.
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Equipment check (before going on patrol)
For those who will use my kit list. When you have all your kit on you, try jumping a few times. Does your kit rattle and clank to much? Then try to minimize the noise. Example, if you have metal thermos put a sock over it. The mess kit, put paper inside that the metal don't rattle.
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Re: Packing List

Post by Guinness » 27 Feb 2014, 13:20

Here is an explanation how to pack US gear. If I find the time, I will shoot a short clip about how I pack my stuff.

http://www.odjournal.com/Videos.aspx
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Re: Packing List

Post by Rythm » 27 Feb 2014, 20:34

FYI: Ravens will have access to a special packing list once the private forums open.
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Re: Packing List

Post by Gravitas » 09 Mar 2014, 13:32

Tip on mosquito repellants:

- Pack both 100% DEET and also Icaridin -based products with you. Mix them, apply both.

It's much more effective than just plain DEET alone for example.

One trick is to spray the inside/downside of the brim of our hat (boonie hat, cap etc) so that basically you have a repellant smell floating from that hat-brim all around your head at all times. Keeps surprisingly many mosquitos away from your face.
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Re: Packing List

Post by Olli » 09 Mar 2014, 18:11

Just remember guys not to spray DEET -based repellent straight into gore-tex or similar fabrics. The stuff is so heavy it melts the gore-tex clothes. Spray it more to your skin or cotton based clothes, that your fancy arc'teryx gear :) Check this out:

http://sectionhiker.com/deet-dissolves- ... l-results/
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Re: Packing List

Post by Guinness » 09 Mar 2014, 19:54

Olli wrote:Just remember guys not to spray DEET -based repellent straight into gore-tex or similar fabrics. The stuff is so heavy it melts the gore-tex clothes. Spray it more to your skin or cotton based clothes, that your fancy arc'teryx gear :) Check this out:

http://sectionhiker.com/deet-dissolves- ... l-results/

Thanks for the heads up here... Would have been embarrassing fighting in my underwear... But then again, so did Rambo..

Stay clear of the straight bullet guys.. :)
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Re: Packing List

Post by freno » 09 Mar 2014, 20:26

just use your brain, bring some clothes for wet wheater and mosqito repellant! :)
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Re: Packing List

Post by Mrfoss » 12 Mar 2014, 11:05

Stay away from 100% DEET the mosquitoes are not that bad. Granted there are a lot of them, but they are chased away by nearly any mosquito repellent. Just remember to reapply at intervals and know that they will land on non treated fabric.

Best of all learn to ignore them and their bites. There is no malaria, Dengue or Japanese encefalitt in Sweden.
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Re: Packing List

Post by Rythm » 30 Mar 2014, 22:32

I´ll post the Ravens packing list after the game for the rest of you ;)
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Re: Packing List

Post by aidynskas » 31 Mar 2014, 17:03

Rythm wrote:I´ll post the Ravens packing list after the game for the rest of you ;)
Show me yours - I'll show mine :D
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Re: Packing List

Post by PDog » 20 May 2014, 01:22

aidynskas wrote:Show me yours - I'll show mine :D
Alright. Present it.

Even though I'm no veteran (this'll be my 1st Berget), I think I got my list quite well accurate. If I missed anything let me know!

Here's mine.

Packing list Berget 12 for PD

Camping gear:

• Sleeping mattress
• Sleeping bag
• Bivvi bag
• Tarp
• Cooking stove
• 1x cooking pan
• 1x boil pan
• 1x drinking cup
• Shovel
• 2x Spork
• Foldable jerrycan

Clothing:

• Olive boonie + mosquito net
• Olive balaclava
• Olive woolen cap
• Olive Helikon SFU pants
o Insert kneepads
• Sniper scarf
• Olive Shemagh
• Combat uniform (woodland)
o Jacket
o Pants
o Bad weather coat
o Bad weather inner layer
o Bad weather pants
• Olive rain trousers
• Woodland poncho
• 5.11 combat boots
• 4x underwear
• 6x socks
• Thermo-clothing
• Swimtrunks (also acts as shorter pants, kneehigh because who likes ballpinchers anyway?)
• 2x t-shirt
• 2x under shirts
• Fleece trui

Communication:

• Mobile phone
• Radio
o Antenna

Airsoft equipment:

• ESS V12 goggles + insert eye prescription
o anti-fog product
• Silicone oil
• Grease
• Cleaning/unjamming rod
• ICS tools
• AK-47
o 8 magazines,
o Sling
o 2x 9.6v batteries
• Glock 23
o 3x magazines
o Lanyard
• 5.11 Glock holster
• Battery charger AEG + cables
• TT Combat harness
o 2x tan TACO pouches
o 1x Coyote pouch
o 1x olive admin pouch
o 1x tan HSGI dump pouch
• 2x safety/deathrag (green)
• Speedloaders
• Gloves
• BB's (0.25 gram)
• BB's (0.20 gram)
• 1x gas for Glock

Travel / move equipment:

• 15 liter day backpack
o 2,5 liter Camelbak for in the daypack
• KM backpack (for everything)
o Raincover
• Riflebag (for AEG+GBB)

Food / drinks:

Will be a last minute call.

Hygiene:

• Showersoap
• 2x washcloths
• 1x detergent for clothes
• 2x towels (travel size)
• Toiletpaper
• Toothbrush+toothpaste
• 2x garbage bag

Extra:


• Compass
• Roll duct tape
• Tie-raps
• Notebook + pens
• Medical bag +
o Tick removal pen
o Lip balm
o Medication for aches and hurtsies
• Knife
• DEET + mosquito spray
• Headlight
• Binoculars
• Camouflage paint
• Earplugs
• Watch
• Firesteel
• Roll paracord (also acts as shoelaces etc)
• AAA batteries (10)
• CR106 batteries (4)
• Papers
o Insurances
o ID etc
o Rules Berget
o Admission Berget

Day bagpack contains:

• Woodland poncho
• 2,5 liter Camelbak
• Headlight
• Paracord
• Garbage bag
• Medical bag
• Extra batteries headlight + sights etc
• Anti-fog cloths
• Extra copy of map

Admin pouch contains:

• 1 bus gas
• 1 sack BB's
• Speedloader (2x)
• Extra battery AEG

Carry on me at all times:

• Notebook + pen
• Safety goggles
• Deathrag
• Binoculars
• Compass
• Radio + antenna
• Boonie
• Map

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