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Pics Of your edc Bag! Part 2

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by Dr Jekell, Jun 21, 2012.

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  1. Bodeen

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    I actually got it with the hat. They have 'em listed separately on their website as well. Wouldn't be too difficult to make one either, just string some bottle caps together with some 550-cord, or similar cordage.
     
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  3. kursac

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    Here is my Falcon 11 set up

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  4. Motorman

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    Wow! I love this thread! I'm such a bag nut. This has me feeling all warm and fuzzy......
     
  5. rjg1124

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    Osprey Comet, with a few goodies inside...
     
  6. Urban Hermit

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    I have almost the same set up for my BOB, except mines OD Green and I don't have the Triad Admin. I have both Maxpedition Bottle Carriers. One for water bottle and the smaller one holds my cook set. I've discovered at least a dozen uses for the roly poly pouch along the way.
     
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  7. kursac

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    I'm using the12x5 as my cook set pouch, I bought it for my jet boil. I guess it's my what ever bag, so many terms these days for BOB. The Rolly Polly looked like a good idea in so many ways.
     
  8. brix

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    Milspecmonkey, TADGEAR, ORCATACTICAL are some of the places that make some solid patches. All top notch and high quality stuff!
     
  9. BrianEDC

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    I've had great luck with ORCA; they have plenty of fun patches. Got my Weyland Corp and Ghost in the Shell Section 9 patches from them.
     
  10. BrianEDC

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    I love this set-up (and pics). Wouldn't work for me, personally, but I want it anyway. :)
     
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    Likin those Ospreys...
     
  13. TARFU
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    Agreed. And I've always liked the Comet. Almost pulled the trigger on one. Now I think they are discontinued.
     
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    I need a new backpack, something with some organization, any suggestions? Key points, bottle holder on the side, straps to pull everything tight, durability, and maybe something on he bottom to hook too, like if I wanted to strap a sleeping bag to, Only downfall $40 and lower? I'm working with a imitation maxpedition falcon II but it's just not what I'm after, so I turned it into my BOB, HELP! JR
     
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    I was gonna say Tom Bihn until you said "downfall $40" :(
     
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    Thanks! The hawg is working well for me. Ive put it through its paces this weekend. Its nice to be able to switch from a two-sling to a single-sling.
     
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    Sorry mate, that $40 price tag will kill your chances of getting anything good. (I am on mobile now, so don't know your status.) Check on the BST section if you can there may be something there.

    For $40 and some time on the sewing machine you may be able to mod the bag you have. Pick up a couple of "banker's bags" for organizing and install some shock cord on the outside.



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  18. 2die4

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    For 40 bucks you may get lucky at a army navy surplus store. Look for the "assault pack". The one they give us is roughly 2550 cu. with Molle attachments and the thing is built like a tank. Only downside is it is camouflaged. I have seen the ACU pattern bags for as low as 35 bucks.
     
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    Thats a good call!^
     
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    ACU will start getting closed out this year, You may be able to get a decent bargain on it.
     
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