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Discussion in 'Bags & Packs' started by dmak, Jul 28, 2012.
Just unboxed the new 5.11 Rush 24 in black. Also got a smallish molle pouch for my cell phone.
I like that bag. Mine's in this thread somewhere a few pages back.
Put paracord on the carry handle of my new bag, I think the black cord goes well with the grey bag.
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Not sure I've not replied to this already, (Too lazy to search through 23 pages to see) but my EDC work pack is a Condor Venture pack (I seem to recall I've posted about this in the past. I got it 4/14/14 and it's holding up rite nicely. Carries my work laptop, its power source, mouse, mouse pad, typical admin pouch items, pens, sharpies, business cards, Tylenol, waterproof lighter (UST brand) some cold tablets, hand sanitizer, Iphone's ear buds, fero rod & scraper, 100' Para cord, my shemagh, a few cable ties (Zip tie's) my PDA (Yes I still use one!) its charger, a solar battery/charger (5000mah) its cable, a charger for it, and my camera and its charger. Recently added a EMT pouch to carry a DVM and its leads & temp probe. Oh and my first EMT pouch (Very first EDC bag is attached and carries 1 water bottle all the time (Sometimes 2) There are other small items not listed, (Can't remember them all)
I've got a Rush 24 too. They are great bags. Currently mine is loaded out with my Search & Rescue gear just in case I get called out.
Mine's just a work related EDC/GHB.
I'm currently using a Mil-Spec Monkey Adapt Pack in collaboration with Tactical Taylor. I love the velcro on the inside pocket. as well as the internal water bottle holders.
The Urban Woodsman
I am rocking my Spec-Ops brand messenger bag and multicam today.
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I gotta say- I keep finding great looking packs that either appear too heavy or less comfy than the Tara. I am absolutely not willing to give up the harness, and the back padding also seems unbeatable.
If I could change one thing on this pack- I would make the pocket clamshell instead of center-zip. I think it's extremely hard to find a small capacity bag like this be so comfy and rugged for the price...Just an update.
I carry a DAG Dragon egg
or a "hodgepodge" that consists of a maxped 12x5 bottle pouch, maxped mini, a patch panel(little zipper Velcro faced pouch) and a cinch bag all tied together with Molle loks and paracord
It really depends on the day and I always carry my "walking stick" if it's an urban environment "metro" I find I can get a lot of what I need in my pockets I have been clowned much for what I carry on person lol usually by Those that end up needing something (sadly the simple things general first aid, cutting tool, flashlight, etc..) things they should have themselves IMHO
funnily enough, they all laugh at us until they need something. which has happened to me where i work. i got asked one time why i carry a multitool when i work in an office environment. later someone asked if anyone had a small screwdriver to fix one of the webcams on one of the computers. i pulled out my leatherman, flipped out the phillips head screwdriver, handed it to them, and they tightened the screw holding the camera to the base.
i also keep a small "tools" kit in my edc bag with some other things like small tools and extra electronic cables/cords for different phones, etc.
i don't really get laughed at or mocked anymore....funny how that works.
This is my "hodgepodge" and my DAG.
Have bought a few bags, e.g., 5.11 Covert Boxpack, since, but nothing has managed to replace my Kifaru Urban Zippy as my EDC bag. Considering giving a Tom Bihn Brain Bag a try next.
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Mostly a Vanquest Trident, about 2 years now.
I like that!!
Maxpedition Condor II with a RollyPoly, Single Sheath, 5" flashlight sheath, low profile GP pouch, and flat zipper Velcro front.
Could be on the back of any student...