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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:55 am 
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I got this crazy idea to try out a chest rig made by Hill People Gear: original Kit Bag V2

Being marked down 27% probably helped the decision. :mrgreen:
It should arrive by Saturday but am not sure

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quick access concealed pistol compartment
comfortable mesh backed H-harness allows you to wear the Kit Bag by itself or underneath of a pack
elastic keepers for the H-harness straps
Velcro loop and dummy cord loop in pistol compartment allow for various retention options
tabs with grimlocs at the top for hanging on another pack, or for use with Lifter Straps (included) for docking to a host pack
tabs on the bottom for attaching to another pack, or for use with the Stabilizer Kit (optional) for running with
Front zippered access flat pocket with two interior slot pockets with dummy cord loops above them
large 1" deep main compartment with dual interior slot pockets with dummy cord loops above them

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 5:11 pm 
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Bought Clif bars to rotate out the ones from my BOB. Not very exciting.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:54 am 
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Just bought a few cases of bottled water to rotate the supply and a 7 pound bag of red lentils from Costco for $11 to help provide variety for all the vacuum sealed rice that's in storage.

Purchased a Ruger LCP II 380 for a bigger bang than my little .22 revolver CCW.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:42 am 
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Last weekend, on the way to a lawnmower repair shop, I happened to notice a large number of people and cars/trucks set up as kind of a mini flea market in a commuter parking lot. I stopped to look around. Sometimes it is just junk but as the saying goes: One man's junk is another man's treasure. From one vendor selling mostly clothes/fabric I purchased a cotton beach towel that I can cut into strips and use for cleaning weapons but will probably give as a gag gift for Xmas. $2
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Sitting by a rear wheel of their vehicle was a small, unopened bucket that I wanted as well so I haggled with them and got the price down to $8.
1800 bullets and a beach towel for $10. Not a bad day.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:33 am 
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Last weekend, on the way to a lawnmower repair shop, I happened to notice a large number of people and cars/trucks set up as kind of a mini flea market in a commuter parking lot. I stopped to look around. Sometimes it is just junk but as the saying goes: One man's junk is another man's treasure. From one vendor selling mostly clothes/fabric I purchased a cotton beach towel that I can cut into strips and use for cleaning weapons but will probably give as a gag gift for Xmas. $2
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Sitting by a rear wheel of their vehicle was a small, unopened bucket that I wanted as well so I haggled with them and got the price down to $8.
1800 bullets and a beach towel for $10. Not a bad day.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 1:20 pm 
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Bought some cool tan colored Nomex shelled Goretex lined pants from the "Multi-Climate Protective System" for flight crews but I want them for desert adventures. CWU desgination. GS-07F-0228M . Usually $150+ on ebay but I got them for $58

Multi-Climate Protection System Type I Propper Military Pant F1267-39-348

This item is discontinued.

The Multi-Climate Protection System (MCPS) delivers the protection you want; against wind, rain, rotorwash, and other weather conditions that can impede performance. With these Military pants from Propper you get flame, thermal, and environmental protection along with penetration resistance to POL contaminants, all in a lightweight ensemble. Made of a breathable Gore- tex waterproof membrane sandwiched between a flame-resistant Nomex fabric and a Nomex fabric knit backer. These Propper Military pants features water- resistant zippers that eliminate the need for storm flaps. Water-resistant pockets offer safe storage for your important documents and electronics. The Type I MCPS is designed for rotary and fixed wing aircraft with non-eject systems.
MCPS Type I Propper Military Pant Features:

Approved for Use by the US Air Force (Safe-to-Fly)
Durably Waterproof, Windproof and Breathable
Flame, Thermal, and Environmental Protection from Low to High Altitudes
Highly Breathable Membrane Minimizes Risk of Heat Stress.
Water-Resistant Zippers eliminate need for Storm Flaps
Easy Care Machine Laundering
Available in sizes Extra Small - Extra Large
Comes in Tan and Sage Green

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I just bought a used NAA Gaurdian 380 for $230 plus $20 transfer... A lot heavier than the Kel-Tec or Ruger LCP, but stainless steel and has a nice feel to it... Nice backup or deep carry piece ... or "just cuz' !"

https://northamericanarms.com/shop/firearms/naa-380acp/

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:49 pm 
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I just received a 5 1/2' x 9' Green "MUST" Tarp kit from Etowah Outfitters

Multi Use Survival Tarp Kit is Camo Green #483 ripstop nylon with 1-1.25oz of urethane coating. The MUST has 12 evenly spaced tabs (tieouts) around the edge; 3 on the 5 1'2' sides and 5 tabs on the 9 ' sides. This is a rectangular tarp. Wt. 24oz. Includes 6 aluminum stakes, 50' 2mm cord, and bag. All of our tie-outs are double bartacked.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 10, 2017 7:21 am 
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I just bought a used NAA Gaurdian 380 for $230 plus $20 transfer... A lot heavier than the Kel-Tec or Ruger LCP, but stainless steel and has a nice feel to it... Nice backup or deep carry piece ... or "just cuz' !"

https://northamericanarms.com/shop/firearms/naa-380acp/

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Jealous. Been wanting one of those.

Added few cases of water to my stock.

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I bought a Walther Creed from https://www.kygunco.com For $279 - part of their ongoing Black Friday special.

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100 feet of 550 cord.

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Bug out...or just get out.
Picked up a Eureka 4 man ecws tent, military surplus. Set up today and found a second tent body in the bag - score.
Everything is in good shape, even the repair kit was full....for fifty bucks I think I did OK.
It should be good for my family of 5, 2 little 1 middle and 2 bigs-


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ve bought a few things -

8 t-shirts each roughly $50 each
Beats By Dre headphone (amazing recommend to anyone)
New Air Force 1 trainers/Sneakers
4 AAA rechargeable batteries for the Beats
2 Pairs of 3 quarter length shorts for the summer
A haircut about an hour ago :v:

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Picked up a Mystery Ranch 3 Day Assault Pack and just plain out love the thing. And the wifey got me some Quickfire All Purpose Fire Starters and they're awesome! www.quickfire.world In the market for a Mystery Ranch ASAP, Medium/Large Yoke in Coyote Brown and can't find it anywhere. Anyone have a lead? Or one used they want to let go?


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Just ordered a surplus Molle II medium rucksack (I have the 3 day assault pack which I use as an overnight bag - AWESOME...) but I wanted something a little bigger - I got the grade 2 version -used for $69.99 - based on the reviews of others who had bought them. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/10189 ... e-assembly

They're having a promo for free shipping on orders $99 or more so you could get the grade 1 with free shipping, or go grade 2 and add something worth 30 bucks to give yourself the sense of getting something free...

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Three Backoacker's Pantry 2 serving entrees - they were on clearance for 2.50 per at WalMart.

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I bought a Maxpedition Entity 23 - would NOT recommend it.
They tried to go "gray man" but by hiding the segmented storage - internalizing it, really, they cut down available space. :|

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Also bought some trekking poles and new Merrill Moab Ventilator shoes - very happy with these.

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A Mora Bushcraft Black knife.


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An alcohol/wood burner stove. Works really well
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