British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set
British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set

British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set

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Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 79 reviews

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Jungle Kit owners hate him for this one simple trick

If there’s one thing the British are good at, it’s using outdated equipment (and forms of government). So, after close to 32 years of using pre-shrunk canvas webbing that was essentially the same webbing they used for two World Wars, they finally decided to upgrade. The 1958 webbing was almost as old as the Queen for crying out loud. They replaced it with a surprisingly modern belt system that still holds up today. 

The Personal Load Carrying Equipment or PLCE was leaps and bounds ahead of the older 1958 webbing. Featuring double layer IRR treated, 1000D Cordura along with more modern buckle, velcro and press stud fasteners. This is a surprisingly modern iteration of belt kit. Especially considering it was originally designed in the late 1980’s. 

The four double mag pouches can hold up 3 STANAGS per pouch with an overall carrying capacity of 12 magazines (since the British can’t own guns they must subscribe to the accuracy by volume meta). The two generously sized GP pouches can hold enough rations (or sweet treats) to sustain you for up to 48 hours. Plus the PLCE webbing is designed to work in combination with a pack as well if you plan on a longer recce™.

Surprisingly modern, and priced right. The surplus god’s have smiled upon us and we wish to pass their blessings on to you.

Features

  • DPM Camo
  • 12 STANAG Capacity
  • 2 Large GP Pouches
  • Knife Sheath
  • Yoke Style harness
  • CS95 Variant

Condition

Webbing Sets are in excellent condition with no tears, rips, or missing hardware. Pattern may be worn from use on some pouches.

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Reviewed by Brendan M.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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What Falklands warcrimes?

Pretty good out of the box, I got a good assortment of colors that looked good and matched the DPM cammie set I ordered. I dunno why I thought it would come assembled, it did not. If you have trouble removing a bra you will have trouble assembling this; however, that being said it is easier (to me) than MOLLE or PALS with the weaving in and out repeatedly. I did grown up barbie dress up for 45mins moving pouches around and I didn't want to kill myself because my fingers hurt. For those of similar mindset to me, yes it is backwards compatible and I personally can attest that my magazine pouches fit 2 FAL mags each, for a fighting load of 8 +1 mags, whereas I think most people like at least a 6+1 for their LBE of choice. Only thing I think that is missing is slots/space for canteens but you can probably jerry rig some on pretty easily if you are not worried about making extra noise from the possible rubbing/sloshing. 8/10 even compared to modern kit. You might even theoretically put this over a covert/slick PC but it wouldn't be comfy at all. (Pictured: Assembled kit the same as the way the model in photos has his assembled, and 2nd pic of mag pouchs are modern DSA poly mags and surp Saffie R1 mags)

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Reviewed by Connor R.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Holds so many snacks

I can put so many snacks in here. I would put magazines in like they tell you to but paper I can't read.

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Reviewed by Robert M.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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British DPM Load Bearing Webbing Set

Just arrived in mail, got it before it sold out. Very good condition, not much wear. These sell for around $200 where I live. I'm 6 feet, 200lbs and still room on the belt. Very happy with this purchase.

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Reviewed by Phillip S.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Fine working order

It's hard to review this because I was curious what the deal was about these and I am still finding it out.

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Reviewed by Reid T.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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The best value in load bearing kit I've yet encountered

This is a seriously great piece of kit. They are now sold out for good reason. The condition of each individual component was mixed, ranging from a "might as well be new" h harness yoke to " "probably not worth including" bayonet sheath.

A word about the sheath: it really only works well with the specific SA-80 bayonet which is a crummy bayonet. My particular example has broken snaps and doesn't stay attached to the belt well, but it's not a problem as I don't intend to use it anyway.

On to the unqualified positives: the rig is easy and fun to set up, with plenty of adjustability even if you like me are a smaller guy. The LBE might as well be a split-front chest rig as easy as it is to put on and take off. Plus if you really cinch down on the front and rear straps you can have it riding higher on the waist to make plenty of room for belt kit too, although I won't be doing that. The mag pouches work well with all kinds of 5.56 mags, and I'm experimenting with akm mags. I think I can possibly fit two 30 rounders in one triple mag pouch, but 20 rounders will go in just fine. The universal pouch and the canteen pouch hold enough that you can get away with a smaller and lighter backpack unless you are really doing a days'-long patrol, but that is a more serious LARP than many or most will attempt.

The bottom line: this is an excellent value especially if your primary rifle uses 5.56 AR magazines. It puts very expensive new LBE to shame for a fraction of the cost.

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