The base for a Multicam kit I am starting. I wanted to be light and slim, but also have the option to carry more load. I really like the Linchpin, it has some great features like the support system and the side pockets can hold four M4 mags each. I think the biggest draw was being able to ditch the whole pack with one buckle, which works and fits really well with the 6094 Slick.
I need to make some plates that better fit the plate pockets as my old ones are a bit too small. I formed the kydex sheets included into MP7 inserts and added velco for support and they seem to work quite well. Toying around with the idea of having the G19 mags in a kydex insert up front or down on a riggers belt. Most likely going to go with the later.
They really are two completely different guns. If you want to have a consistent shot every time, get a P* with an R Hop. The DG is much more entertaining to run around with, albeit much heavier due to the stainless steel internals. It feels great to have the response of the weapon firing, but with the added recoil you also get less accuracy. I can definitely say the P* is not nearly as finicky as the DG, which also has a much higher range of adaptability as well. I've noticed the placement of the air hose on the DG can get in the way at times, I've never really noticed the line on the P* though. But at the end of the day, this thing is like a mini jackhammer, it is a joy to shoot, and peoples faces when they hear/see it firing is priceless. Word to the wise, Loctite EVERYTHING.
Bolt pulled back. The bolt catch is functional, and in a month or two, it will work on the last round with standard AEG magazines. They take RS buffer springs, to adjust the FPS for different ranges, you just have to cut down the spring until you reach the desired FPS. With this also, the more you cut the spring, the less recoil you will have. I can't imagine the recoil at 550 FPS, because at 400 FPS right now, it's a handful.
Going to keep the P* as a DMR at 550 FPS, just need to get a PRS stock for it now.