Vehicle Bag,Just in Case.

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  1. EZDog

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    I took these and posted elswhere Today and I might as well echo that post here!

    Here is one of 3 bags that I have that are fitted out about the same way.
    One rides in each car all the time and I take all 3 cars on cross country trips several times a year so they are really designed to get me from anywhere to ? for the most part.

    Oh and there are big water bottles in each side pocket too which I forgot to take out,gotta love the Rush 24!
    I can't believe that all of this fits and I took away a 2nd big tarp I didn't even realize was in there?

    I needed to rotate some of this stuff anyway!

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    Husky is FAK
    Compression Sack is SnugPak Desert Bag
    Plastic case is Esbit Stove
    Red Bag is Fire
    Filter is rolled inside water bag
    I like to make sure that I can eat!

    I will always have at least 2-1aa lights on me and a small HT too
     
  2. dmak

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    Very nice ready pack loadout. How do you like the snug pack desert bag?

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  3. EZDog

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    I like it pretty much overall but it could always be a little longer too?

    I read a lot before choosing that one and it seems well made and has features that others did not but why oh why can't they just make them a little longer?
    It is like they forget we might have big feet?

    On that note why don't car seats slide back further?
    They are already on a track so how could it cost more to just make them slide enough for everyone?!?!?!

    Anyway I have used the bag maybe 10 times and it is comfy and light and still in one piece and I use it on the couch a lot when zoned out on front of the TV too.

    Mainly I am happy with how small it gets,I was torn between this and the Wiggys bag but that one does not seem as compressible to me.
     
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    Nice to see someone else who thinks the same as I do and packs some toilet paper. I'm always amazed at the amount of people that will carry three or more days worth of food in their car without toilet paper.

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  5. EZDog

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    Well what goes in must come out!
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    i can't agree more on this point. one of the first things i put in when i was putting together my ghb, was a full roll of toilet paper. it's sealed in a food saver vacuum-sealed bag (which i need to put inside a zip-loc bag in case it ever gets used) and is the first item in the main compartment of the bag.
     
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    One of the main staples of my EDC bag is the packet of wet wipes and the packet of kleenex. It's as important to me as my firearm, I pray I don't need it, but when I do, i thank God I have it

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  8. Grandpa Patch

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    I'm not exactly sure, but it looks like a little redundancy (Always A Good Thing {AaGT}) such as the knives, orange match containers, rubber bands (always come in handy for something), I'm a guessing redundancy as you are probably already carrying your EDC. The orange match containers are great for a lot of things and that gives you multiple 'strike areas' for matches, just in case Old Man Murphy (Murphy's Law) shows up. Very nice setup. Thanks for the photos.
     
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