THought I'd post an update to show how my gear has evolved-
Finally got a 10.5 inch upper, old school style with A-frame FSP. Changed out my 1.5x ACOG with zero tritium for an Eotech 552. Only reason I accepted the Eotech was due to it being brand new and identifying that I really didn't have a solid night fire compromise with not having NVG's. At least this way I can see the reticle in low light quickly. X300U was surprisingly ordered for us and is not on my carbine. Glock 19 is resting in a newly acquired Safariland ALS (new version) w/ light. Got tired of not having one on my duty pistol. Problem solved, problem staying solved.
Since its feasible have to run 2 calibers, I found a deal on a Mayflower Version 5 rack split front that allows me a little flexibility with load outs. Same load as I had in the version 4 rack is in this sucker. Also a little better at fitting a 152 if I need to grab a radio out of the truck.
Picked up an LRF from our arms room, its a Leupold in Bino form, but again, better then nothing.
My M24 stripped out all its sling and bipod swivel points, and an SR25 came up that had a SFP 3.5-15x NF on it. I jumped at the chance simply due to the better durability, consistency, and optical qualities of the NF. Wish it was FFP but people in hell want ice water. Gun groups reasonably well with a little bipod load... I was having issues with the stock harris feet on the sand/rock surfaces common here, so I picked up some spiky feet from tactical supply out in WA, banged out he roll pins and swapped them out. The even catch on concrete. A Shadowworks sling rounds out the package.
Belt is now an HTC gear belt that was issued, didn't care for the HTC kydex, ordered my own stuff from Raven (which arrived here ridiculously fast). LBT med kit (the STANDARD for low pro med kits IMHO) as always, which has held up will.
As for the carrier of said long gun, I have a CiloGear 40 Sniper pack inbound... expensive sucker but its that or Ebrelstock... which I loath. I will review that in a separate post under 3rd Line or in the Precision Rifle forum when I've had enough time to evaluate it and formulate some opinions. Hopefully after 10 god damned years it will be the holy grail of gun carrying packs. Seems like the response from other end users has been good.
Best part? It's going to double as my hiking pack and gat carrying pack in the states.
Daily wear is a mix of Northface, Dead Bird, Mountain hardware, Kuhl, Vertx, and random assorted shirts for gym/kick around camp wear. Patagonia hoody is going to by my jacket for the winter time. Hope I don't regret leaving my Gortex Theta jacket back in the states.
AKU boots still holding up excellently.