Packing List

Share your Berget "know-how" and what is necessary to be prepared for when going to Berget-games.
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Post by Toetach » 28 Apr 2011, 21:20

As berget 2011 comes closer it's time to make a kit list of what you'll be bringing.

Arktis AMB smock
Arktis combat trousers
Arktis rain shield
Cap
3x underarmour shirt
2x shirt long sleeve
fleece liner
Rain trousers
Dutch OPS vest or chestrig
Poncho

5x pair of socks
5x underpants

Snugpack sleepingbag
Bivi bag (ideal because of the mosquito net)
Thermarest mat
Theramrest repairkit
Collapsible waterbowl
e-tool (for when it rains.)

Jetboil
food (yet to be determined)
spork
camelbak 3L
Canteen
Toothbrush
soap
3x towel

Meindl shoes (used them last year.great!)
shoe polish kit (always take care of your shoes!)

Nomex gloves

Garmin GPS
batteries
Inova head light (can be dark in the tents.)

ICS M4 w/ aimpoint C2
CA M15 w/elcan scope
TM G18c
Magazines
speedloader
batteries
Maintainance set

Lowe alpine or Berghaus bergan to stuff all this (exept the AEG's offcourse) in.

What will you bring this year?
Berget 8: 3th Poldavian mountaineers
-Kicked NAF butt...-
Berget 9 3th Poldavian mountaineers.

ron the slayer
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Post by ron the slayer » 28 Apr 2011, 21:30

bit of a Neo post :P
Berget 5 :Spetsnaz
Berget 8 : 3rd Mountaineers
Berget 9 : 3rd Mountaineers
Berget 10: 3rd Mountaineers (obvious)

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Post by skinner » 29 Apr 2011, 14:13

Toetach wrote:What will you bring this year?
More or less the same list plus mosquito repellent, Redi-Wash self-heating wet wipes (instead of the shower) and chargers for AEG, radio and AA batteries.
A riflescope reticle is also someone's point of view
Berget-8 - NAF 5th Infantry Battalion
Berget-9 - NAF 3rd Ranger Battalion
Berget-10 - NAF 3rd Ranger Battalion
Berget-12 - will wear Multicam

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Post by Toetach » 02 May 2011, 12:26

ron the slayer wrote:bit of a Neo post :P
I guess you mean Necro post?
Just getting exited for this year and i wanted to make a list of what to bring.
I need to add the repelant DEET and the safety glasses ofcourse.
Berget 8: 3th Poldavian mountaineers
-Kicked NAF butt...-
Berget 9 3th Poldavian mountaineers.

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Post by ron the slayer » 02 May 2011, 18:21

Toetach wrote:
ron the slayer wrote:bit of a Neo post :P
I guess you mean Necro post?
Just getting exited for this year and i wanted to make a list of what to bring.
I need to add the repelant DEET and the safety glasses ofcourse.
yes, that :D
Berget 5 :Spetsnaz
Berget 8 : 3rd Mountaineers
Berget 9 : 3rd Mountaineers
Berget 10: 3rd Mountaineers (obvious)

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Post by Robin-Hood » 04 May 2011, 00:30

I'd say he has a good packing list, useful to use as a reference for me in case I have forgotten something or simply overlooked it. Planning for my first Berget is proving to be rather stressful.

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Post by Vandalen » 01 Jun 2011, 07:56

How much food do you recommend bringing? Im thinking of 5packs of MRE plus some snack.

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Post by Crapgame » 01 Jun 2011, 08:13

i recomend that you buy some can-food aswell just for your bellys sake, otherwhise you might have some poop problems.
B5: Allied MP
B6: Nato
B7: Nato HQ
B8: Poldavian 3rd QRF
B9: Poldavian 5th
B10: Poldavian 15th Sappers
B11: Blood Raven HQ
B12: Yuri Orlov Mercs QRF
B13: Ikaros Mech
B14: NAF Mech
B15: NAF Mech
B16: NAF Mech

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Post by A_Muller » 01 Jun 2011, 10:07

The US MIL MREs are DESIGNED to have you not taking dumps.

That being said; I'm bringing 8-9 MRE meals, nature valley energy/granola bars and money for the occational burger to get the guts working between MRE meals.

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Post by Crapgame » 01 Jun 2011, 10:43

But still Can-food is good for, at least my own, moral. some ravioli och some baked beans makes you alot happier when coming back 01:05 in the night after an ambush. :D
B5: Allied MP
B6: Nato
B7: Nato HQ
B8: Poldavian 3rd QRF
B9: Poldavian 5th
B10: Poldavian 15th Sappers
B11: Blood Raven HQ
B12: Yuri Orlov Mercs QRF
B13: Ikaros Mech
B14: NAF Mech
B15: NAF Mech
B16: NAF Mech

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Post by A_Muller » 01 Jun 2011, 11:06

To be honest; I hate that stuff. bu LOVE Military MREs (US ones) :P

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Post by SpA » 06 Jul 2011, 20:43

Here's the checklist made by our team. There might be something missing from the list. I try to update it if I find mistakes.

I have to remind that the best gear won't make your game more comfortable if you do not know how to use it. Learn beforehand, so you can enjoy the game.

Here you go!



BERGET CHECKLIST



Test and check all of your gear at least a week before the game so you can make necessary equipment supplement!


1 Personal gear


1.1
Clothing (by mission specifics)

- Safety goggles
- Headwear
- Moist wicking underwear and t-shirt
- Uniform
- Footwear
- Gloves
- Socks (layered!)


1.2
1st line (Belt and clothing)

- Deadrag
- Utility knife
- Lighter
- Maps, compass
- Documents, waterproof notepad, pen and pencil
- Pistol
- 2 secondary mags
- Flashlight
- Multitool
- Dump pouch
- 2 primary mags


1.3
2nd line (chest rig / tactical vest)

- 8-10 primary mags
- energy bars
- 0.5-1 litres of water
- BBs
- BB loader
- Tissue paper
- painkillers
- plasters
- zipties
- radio + headset


Expect a 1 or 2 hour mission to turn into a 12 hour mission!

1.4
3rd line (assaultpack [packed waterproof!])

- First aid kit
- 3 litre water bladder
- Wet weather gear
- Socks
- Midlayer clothing
- MRE style food
- Snack
- 100mph tape
- Spare goggles
- Insect repellant
- Camouflage paint
- Spoon
- Spare batteries for optics, radio, GPS... (CR123, AA, AAA…)
- Spare battery for AEG
- Permanent marker
- Tripwire
- Mosquito hat
- Cellphone



1.5
At base (packed waterproof!)

- spare AEG (pref. uncustomized)
- refuse sacks
- more BBs
- Gas or CO2 for pistol
- 100 mph tape
- electrical tape
- paracord
- sleeping bag
- Sleeping pad
- bivvy bag
- fleece/softshell jacket
- personal medication
- Socks
- Spare socks
- More socks
- Moist wicking t-shirts
- Moist wicking underwear
- Spare midlayer
- Warm headwear
- Scrim scarf / shemag
- Hand disinfectant
- Moist towlettes
- Hand cream
- Spare shoes
- Poncho or tarp
- Toothbrush
- Soap
- Towel

Food preparation

- camping stove + spare fuel
- lighter
- food (4500 kcal - 5000 kcal / day) (canned food, MREs, outdoors meals, protein and energy bars... Fit to your personal diet!)
- sports drink concentrate


2 Team gear

- Two shovels
- Saw
- Tent and field stove
- Tarps
- Weapon repair kit and spareparts
- Sun lotion

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Post by Jin » 06 Jul 2011, 21:07

SpA wrote:Here's the checklist made by our team. There might be something missing from the list. I try to update it if I find mistakes.

I have to remind that the best gear won't make your game more comfortable if you do not know how to use it. Learn beforehand, so you can enjoy the game.

Here you go!



BERGET CHECKLIST
Damn,i'll write it down,thank you:)
Berget 8: 23nd NAF - Fox 5
Berget 9: Poldavian 3rd Montaineers, 1st coy, 2nd PLTC
Berget 10: Poldavian 3rd Montaineers

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Post by TriXon » 06 Jul 2011, 21:19

Nice SpA!
Very very good checklist man.

Maybe it should be moved to sticky or what you call it?

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A_Muller
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Post by A_Muller » 06 Jul 2011, 21:32

The list is indeed excellent, but I don't understand how people can not think of all those items as well as an assortment of tools, anti-fog, etc.
Feels like common knowledge; as always though, excellent for new players and or very inexperienced ones.
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B9: Platoon Leader, NAF Rangers, Bravo 5

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