Ferro Concepts Slickster plate carrier, HSGI cobra belt with HSGI polymer tacos, Safariland 6354DO retention holster and Oakley combat gloves. I did not have a magazine dump pouch but would recommend one. It's certainly faster/easier than trying to remember which order to grab mags, stow empty ones, and etc. In my opinion, you need an active retention pistol holster. With all of the stuff you do, it's probable that your handgun could rip free from a friction fit kydex holster.Anyone care to post up pics of the rigs they ran during one of these?
Good luck. The burpees are a huge disadvantage. They take way longer than someone who can climb a rope. So you burn time and energy. I know because I couldn’t practice rope climb either.I’m going to TTG in NC in a few weeks.
I’ve got nowhere to do rope climbs so I’m sensing burpees in my near future.
The aggregate - Be able to do the aggregate at a decent clip (jogging pace is fine) without stopping, and with the ability to do some sort of manual manipulation in between each exercise. They may have some rifle disassembly/reassembly in there. If you can run hard for the whole thing then great, but you don't have to. There are plenty of videos on this event but it goes something like this:
- Farmers carry (75lbs in each hand) 50-75 yards, 10 pistol shots on A/B steel at 25 yards. Carry back to start line
- 50lb sandbag 50-75 yards, repeat the pistol shots, and back to start line
- 75lb sled drag, repeat the above