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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by mtn_guy_79, Jun 21, 2006.
Wooooowwww......... veeeeerryyyyyy beautifull sharps.........
Must have one of these!!!
Wow those are sexy
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I tend to hot swap between the overt and covert style bags. I prefer the PALS webbing as after 10 years in the service, well that's what I'm used to, I don't hang too many accessories and no patches from it, but it makes for easy re-config based on where i'm going. For instance I'm headed deep into Mammoth Cave this upcoming weekend, So I'll be carrying the RUSH 24 with my repelling gear (for emergency only, don't plan on repelling, but those caves are DEEP) and various other gear I don't usually have along, so the tactical bag is a no-brainer for this, plus It's less likely to rip or fail due to the thick nylon. As for standard EDC, eh... I like the 5.11 COVRT 18, but I've been carrying a MOAB 10 lately.
I highly recommend them specially his blades with finger holes. The blades are hair splitting sharp!
I'm not a knife officianado, but the bottom knife in that pic is drool worthy
What is the rucksack on the right hand side....is that the EMDOM?
The pack on the right is Granite Tactical Gear CHIEF patrol pack.
My handy larkspur goes everywhere with me. She is a trusty friend
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after looking at all 215 pages, i see that i have a long way to go.
but, that's half the fun !!!
Hi I like it!! Could you post some other picts of your bag please? Tanks!!
Very cool bag.
It would need to be for the price
considering the complexity of the bag and the very professional workmanship, I'd say that @ ~ $60 it's not too overly priced
Actually the price is very good .
BE WELL .. GH
What bag/organizer is this?
Yes! JohnAdams by David Mccollough.
Nice rig for the vehicle. Mine has a couple extra things. Towels for warmth &/or groundcover for working on the side or using in combination with the tarp & cordage for shelter. BTW...any good auto-tool box has extra light bulbs, fuses and a tire plug kit. Which I find works exceptionally well with a tube of rubber cement. Feels pretty good to help a stranded motorist by fixing & pumping up their tire. Also some light sticks for worklights and road flare substitutes.
Sorry this is so late from when you posted originally, but I'm reading ALL the post for ideas for a ED bag.
NICELY DONE! How about posting your pattern/directions for the bag? I might tweek it for my purposes, but thats a great bag!
Cooper Tactical - See next post