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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by mtn_guy_79, Jun 21, 2006.
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New Rush delivery messenger bag
My Lunada. Yes, my man-purse has a roll cage, and you can blame the color scheme on one too many nights looking at GriffinHawk's gear. Still need to find a patch I fancy in the correct scheme.
Contents are...unimpressive really, but useful. Anyway, this thread is all about the bag (baby).
^^ For a second, I thought that was a pic of Griffin Hawks stuff ^^
Me too ! Haha ! I'm really diggin the toxic green additions ,^)
Nice !!! ,^)
Who makes the green case on the side and from where did you purchase? (Love that toxic green!)
Of all places, IKEA! Clearance bin for $9.99 as a "fully stocked" FAK, which was some gauze rolls, elastic bandages, tape, scissors, bandaids, CPR shield, etc, basic stuff. I added some goodies of my own, of course.
Did they sold the case with the FAK? I've never heard that IKEA sells something like that...^^
I've seen these @ the burbank IKEA, next to the kids section
great, next time I'm @ IKEA I'll look for it.
Hi guys, Finally had the time to take some pictures. They're not the best but I'll take some better ones when the weather gets better! This is my Car Bugout Bag, Let me know what you think!
New addition my brother found today:
Something I just bought :
Great set up
Those flex cuffs may get you in trouble with local law enforcement. Unless, of course, you are local law enforcement. Great loadout either way.
Really like that kit - nice and compact too.
@muskrat: yeah I was wondering about that. Not LEO, but military. I'll probably remove them. Thanks for the heads up!
Corrections Officer with a Masters in CJ and tons of freinds on the force with local PD. I wouldn't even chance it. LOL
There aren't illegal but why would you want to carry them? If you really want to carry something like that but it not be obvious as to what it is just get large zipties. I am a LEO and I use large zipties when we do large round ups instead because flex cuff expensive considering they will just be cut off with in an hour or so.
I counted 15 writing implements! (wow!) However, the first aid kit is handy and looks well placed(easy access), you've got a light and a back up, some batteries, couple SAK's, and a few things to make repairs with. That's all good.
Not knowing your environment, it's hard to make any helpful suggestions, but I can play devil's advocate
No Multi tool?!
A bug out bog, or BOB, implies that this bag is to supplement your evacuation. A GHB, or get home bag, is similar. A vehicle edc bag (Type vehicle edc into the search bar for other threads about it) usually has vehicle related things like emergency food & water, fuel, flares, repair kits & tools(tire plug kits, etc.).
But this bag seems to be stocked with things that supplement your EDC bag. All good, especially since you know what you need and what you have on hand. There is no wrong way to do it. You've thought this out this far and thats better than most people. At least you think ahead.
I noticed that you have only posted 3 times. Be sure to post a thread here(http://edcforums.com/forumdisplay.php/95-Introduce-Yourself). So we can all see how your edc evolves. We're all in this together. Glad to have you around! Have fun.
I'm an LEO as well and really don't care much for the double loop cuffs- harder to apply imo, bulkier to carry and more $- I carry a couple of the "regular" flex cuffs as they take up very little room and are multi-use to boot
@ SAKplumber: Thanks for the reply.
I know, maybe a lot of writing equipment
About the multitool: I carry a leatherman wave on person and have a leatherman in my edc backpack ( TAD Litespeed).
You're probably right that this is more a GHB. I use it together with stuff in my care like a poncho liner, couple of bottles of water and 3 rations (1 day each) and a basic toolkit. I'm currently designing a way to organise everything in my car for emergency stuff like flares, tools etc.
Thanks for the input guys. As for my region, I live in Belgium. No vast woods here. Small towns and cities mostly but I live in a greener area during the weekends ( on base during the week).
ps: removed the cuffs