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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by mtn_guy_79, Jun 21, 2006.
That's just awesome, bro. I can't wait till I get mine in. I'm going to try not to make it look almost identical to your's when I post my picture. I'm really liking these bags, no wonder they're sold out.
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I am absolutely loving that my use of the LifeGear Lightstick inspired so many to use it on their bags. I should've bought stock in LifeGear. Golly.
I've got at least a half dozen of those stashed around now.
My big bag.
Here's my new backpack. A 5.11 Rush12 (coyote) and the contents...
Very cool ! Allot less than I carry in a pack but all your bases covered in balance (^;
BE WELL .. GH
I've thought about what i really need a long time and this is the result. It will change a bit in the next couple of weeks, but by and large, that's my daily dump!
Nice edc carry.
I like that Cooper Tactical bag.. Anyone know if they are back in stock?
mine, thrown together with stuff i found in garage. i dont keep it on my person, just whatever vehicle im in at the time.
decent camera pouch i had in garage sale box
front pouch contents/clipped: 2 4' strands paracord, cheap home depot multi tool and knife, precision screwdrivers, spare flashlight batts..
main pouch: ~5' duct tape, pry bar/nail puller, craftsman adj wrench, pocket screwdriver, zebra pen, finger saw, and waterproof matches.
im eyeballing a bigger badder pouch at local ANS but its 20 bucks and im a cheap a..
also going to add fire steel/striker, tender and a spy capsule with asprin/water tabs.
I saw a 5.11 backpack the other day in person on someone...man they look SO much better in person than in photos! Real nice looking packs. Nice setup Doc.
Just switched over to this pack for my EDC. It's a StatPack Code 7 pack. Keeps my medic text, laptop, chargers, notebook, and other stuff I carry on a daily basis perfectly.
Nice civilian looking, low profile pack.
Thank you Only people who suspect it's anything other than a normal civi pack are those that have worked Fd/EMS and recognize the brand name. I'll do some pictures of the inside tonight or tomorrow
Front pocket of the pack, holds pens, phone charging cord, wall wart USB, quick reference guides for work, pills, and any other little things I toss into it
Left side pocket, holds USB cords for whatever else I'm carrying (Zune, card reader, kindle)
Right side pocket, Notebook power supply
Main interior of the bag, empty. Shows the laptop sleeve built in. Sorry for the crappy photo (I'm using my phone, my D70 is currently at work, I left it there by accident)
What fits nicely into the bag, and what stays in it on a daily basis
Super nice product ! I need a few of their items ,)
BE WELL .. GH
I used the Brady paramedic text. Mosby put out a text a few years later. We used Stat Packs for our in-house code team. I liked them. Should hold up well.