Not parts, gear. Ordered some Crye Precision G3 Combat Pants in Multicam. Crye takes FOREVER to ship stuff to Canada (something like 14 weeks).
Also, the guns in my pictures will only be airsoft guns. I try to never "pose" with my real guns since I'm as safety concious as possible and I never even take them out of the safe unless I'm going to use them. I have a Benelli M4, USP .45, and Robinson Arms XCR-M in .308. Technically I "own" a SCAR MK 16S, but the RCMP have not approved the classification of this gun in Canada (even though they've had since like 2009). I was silly enough to pre-order one thinking that since the gun actually met all the requirements to be classified as "Civilian-OK" in Canada, that it would be a breeze to let in. Then the US struck that deal with FN and suddenly all the information about the SCAR became hush-hush, so the RCMP now have a shipment of these guns in storage because FN won't give them the info they need to classify them. Basically Canadian firearms law is a ****-show.
I started playing airsoft before I got into real-steel stuff, and since a lot of the same stuff is interesting to me from both "realms" I try and save money by combining them as much as possible. I buy as much real gear as possible and use it on both the airsoft and RS stuff (that's a real Eagle CIRAS, Oakley SI Assault Gloves, Ops-Core Ballistic helmet, MSA Sordin Supreme-X's, MBUS, AFG, etc).
So yeah, I'll use my airsoft stuff for this since it's just that much safer.