Packs, pouches, and patches.

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  1. Bushman5

    Bushman5 Member

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    Nice pack!
     
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    Thanks bushy, it is the most money I've ever spent on a pack and for the most part I really love it. Part of me wants a Hpg pack but I like how clean the exterior is on the khard. Sometimes keeping a low profile is nice
     
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    you ever want to come over to the Dark Side and try a Eberlestock HalfTrak, lemme know. :)
     
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    EDC bag
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    What pack is that? Is it a sling or double shoulder strap?
     
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    It's the 24 hour assault pack from death dealer tactical. Double shoulder straps. Handy little bag.

    I've usually got my EDC organizer, hammock, couple of knives, a few books and my pistol in it at any given time
     
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    24hr? Looks smaller than my 511 Rush 12, that is a ESEE 4 in your photo isn't it?
     
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    That is a 4. It's fairly small, I use the term 24 hour just cause that's the model. This size compared with their 48 hour size was more practical for EDC use.
     
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    eagle aIII and a U.S. buttpack
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    Love this thing
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    shaneadams90 ESEE Knives Marketing Director Staff Member

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    Here are a few pics from recent months....

    MSAR Wilderness Week...Old school Dana Designs Terraplane loaded down.
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    Trip with @Patrick Rollins to do some filming.
    Kifaru Tarryall
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    With Izzy May Adams
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    ENO Housefly set up...I like this tarp bc you can close the ends off like an old A-frame tent...cuts wind and rain quite a bit.
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    Another filming outing with the Tarryall.
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    Hey folks,
    I'm needing some help with finding a pouch to attach to the front of my new Camelbak HAWG military. I've tried a 511 6x6 and Tactical Tailor admin pouch enhanced but the molle won't line up with the laser cut panel on the front. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
     
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    I see it has an ODD number of vertical PALS rows.....WHY WHY WHY do pack makers and gear makers do this I;ll never understand. 95% of pouches have EVEN numbers of vertical rows.

    Tactical Tailor makes a few pouches with ODD numbers of PALS vertical rows.... you'd need to check the back to make sure it has 3 or 5 vertical rows.

    https://www.tacticaltailor.com/multipurposepouch.aspx

    https://www.tacticaltailor.com/zipperutilitypouch.aspx

    BLUE FORCE GEAR has an admin pouch with 3 vertical rows, and the pouch has 2 straps and is slightly wider - it would fill up all 5 rows.

    https://www.blueforcegear.com/admin-pouch.html



    there are other MFG's I'm looking thru my database to find similar.
     
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    That is great help! Thanks much! I was looking at blue force gear just before posting the question.
     
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    One day I may write a review for this pack...
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    any luck yet Mike?
     
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    Bushman5 - Nope! Blue force gear admin pouch was a bust as well. I've given up. Spending more time and money than I should have too.
    Thanks for asking.
     
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    Sorry to hear of the difficulties. Can you try using zip ties instead of the wider molle straps....? I think the thinner zip ties would give you some positioning room.

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    I only had one ziptie but you can see how much wiggle room you get
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    Never thought of zip ties. Great idea! Ill keep you posted.
     
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    If the zip ties don't work out, you could also do a 550 cord weave.
     
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