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What struck me about the Flyee WSH was basically the ability to use it straight off without the additional purchase of extra pouches. It has a number of internal ‘pockets' for up to 10 magazines plus a radio or even a bottle of BB's, this pocket secures by some shock cord and a cordlock. The ‘pockets' are fully adjustable with velcro closures and each pocket holds 2 magazines. What I liked about this feature is their ability to not just hold my M4 magazines but my larger sig 522 ones as well, you could even hold a good mix of magazines if you go ‘tooled-up' armed with a number of dispirit weapons.
The ‘bib’ section, which also folds down, holds a large enough pocket for most maps or other gear to stow away, but you might still want to consider an ‘Admin Pouch’ for some organization ability! The whole plate carrier has enough Molle loops to add more and more pouches but maybe you should resist until you decide what you ‘really’ need to carry around with you, or you’ll pay the weight penalty.
Skirmishing in this rig was an absolute pleasure, everything I needed was to hand, although I did make the beginners mistake of adding extra mag pouches across the front and then went ‘trigger happy’. This configuration was just too heavy (I was carrying approx 14 magazines), hence my warning about resisting the temptation to add more. Movement was unrestricted and I was able to add a Utility pouch to the LHS strap (only the RHS has a buckle to fasten) which was useful and of course I can use with either ATACS or Multicam. I’m impressed with the Flyye kit for airsoft, it does the job really well and I think looks good as well.