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Could someone identify what's in front of the Rush 72?

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by chx1975, Apr 21, 2020.

  1. chx1975

    chx1975 Loaded Pockets

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    Alas, I found this on Pinterest so it's useless as a source but I believe the large pack is a Rush 72 but what's the small one? Thanks!

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  3. EZDog

    EZDog EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    It is a Moab 10 and you get the straps to make them mate together with one of them too,I have both and can not remember which one gets you the straps?
     
  4. ccwaters

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    Search term = "rush tier system" Google, ETC.

    https://www.511tactical.com/rush-tier-system

    Kifaru, Grey Ghost Gear, Tactical Tailor + others do the same thing with different naming.

    Military US IIBE + assault pack also similar set up.
     
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  5. ffmedic245

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    The tier straps come with MOAB bags.
     
  6. Captainkirk

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    Just be careful if you try and turn around with all that on, you will knock stuff over for sure...
     
  7. Nick4305
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    Nick4305 EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Doesn't match a lot with the OP, i beg your pardon, anyway...
    Many years ago, i saw a photo of an UK SAS's equipment, arms and ammo included, displayed on the ground before a mission... Guns&co apart, Bergen, two foldable tanks of 10lt each of water, and MRE enough for 14 days... 96kgs total weight. The guy who shared the photo said that, environment conditions apart, it took two or three tours before to tranfer all that stuff from a point A to a point B, every day... that's why i always think minimal about the load i have to carry.
    Less load, less pain.
     
  8. earthman

    earthman EDC Junkie!!!

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    Would like to see such a picture or video now, to lug that amount of weight must be tough, even if these guys are built like Arnold.
     
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  9. Nick4305
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    Nick4305 EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Hi,
    if i remember well the pic i was referring to is in Andy McNab's book "Bravo Two-Zero"... i will check if it's so if you like, and eventually share a re-pic with you via PM.
    And... imho... SAS were (and i suppose they still are) all but super-pumped ironmen... that's what make them unbeatable and still superlatives.
    Cheers
     
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  10. godcode

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    just reminded me about a SAS doc I saw very long ago:
    i think it also shows what they put on their bags.

     
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