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#6607 - 05/09/12 10:13 AM Lets see some B.O.B. s
Joshua R. Offline
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Lets get the survival aspect of this forum going. Lets see what you are going to grab when the &$#% hits the fan. I will get it started with my old bag. I will try to get a pic of the new one tonight.

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#6608 - 05/09/12 10:36 AM
DeAdEyE956 Offline
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Not a true B.O.B. but its a nice travel BOB. I have inside gloves, zip ties, batteries, paracord, pliers, folder knives, zip loc bags, lighter, need to add stuff. I originally got it for work, while walking trails, but now its my mobile bag, which i forget often. I need to attach my holster in there so i can carry my duty gun. i wear shorts, t-shirts, and flip flops when possible, hard to conceal my pistola. I will add a molle clip to my R9 when i get it and the sheath. that will go nicely, not as nice as a Basic 9, but it will do the job I am sure.

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#6609 - 05/09/12 11:54 AM
Joshua R. Offline
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Would that be a Max Ped Sitka you are caring. If so, I just got one and I love it. That is what everything is getting transferred into. Nice setup.

Just read the tag on the sling.:rolleyes: LOL looks a lot like the Sitka.

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#6610 - 05/09/12 12:43 PM
MonkeyBomb Offline
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Posts: 614
Loc: USA
Not my true BOB but this is my work kit and get home kit. The Bob is a much larger pack.


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#6611 - 05/09/12 06:01 PM
Troy Offline
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Loc: D-town P-town

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#6612 - 05/09/12 07:19 PM
Cutshaw Offline
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Where did you "buy" that bag, Troy? wink

Nice!
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#6613 - 05/09/12 09:13 PM
Troy Offline
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Originally Posted By: Cutshaw;222
Where did you "buy" that bag, Troy? wink

Nice!


Can you believe I couldn't talk River-8 into making one for me? I had to make it MYSELF!

Pff.

laugh

(modeled in no small way after 8's, though, if you ask me, we "collaborated" wink )

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#6614 - 05/09/12 10:09 PM
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I love it! Nice job, brother.

(Let me add one more time that the PacNW Rats are some of the best around. They extended some great hospitality when I was in that area a few years ago. How is Dunner?)
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#6615 - 05/10/12 01:28 AM
Need2Know Offline
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It's a start to a system.


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#6616 - 05/10/12 01:40 AM
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Loc: USA
Is the smaller pack a Proteus?
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