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Posted: 10/18/2001 5:56:39 PM EST
I'm curious to what kind of stuff you carry on your belt and in your assault pack. Links or lists would be fun. Thanks in advance.
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 6:23:06 PM EST
I have my SOE Force vest loaded with the following items at all times: 6+1 USGI 30rd. Mags extra .45 USPf mag first aid kit (minor) 4 power bars 4 MRE's, stripped 100oz camelback waterproof flashlight (NOT a mag-light) red photon 3 AR spares / cleaning kit extra batteries PVS-14 NV monocular knife paracord space blanket 3 red lightsticks, 2 IR and other odds and ends... havoc
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 6:28:36 PM EST
Granola bars and water.
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 8:29:17 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/18/2001 8:26:21 PM EST by GodBlessTexas]
Too much in the big bugout bag to list, but I'll list the small bag, which is actually part of the smaller bag but seperated in a smaller bag as it's the essentials. Remember, I have two small children aged 3yrs and 7months. Small bag: four light sticks (2 red/2 green) 20oz Nalgene bottle with new purification filter. Magnesium fire starter. Mini-first aid kit (custom built). 6 pairs of clean/dry socks. 4 space blankets. 4 rain ponchos. Mini-mag with spare batteries and bulbs. Gerber multi-tool. Small servings of powdered gatorade and instant tea. 40rds of 150gr .40 Federal Hydrashock. 3 days worth of powdered baby formula. [edited to add that I keep my Yaesu VX-5R in my essentials bag for shortwave, HAM, and scanner usage] The big bugout bag consists mostly of bulk foods like tuna in the no-drain foil pouches, raman noodles, summer sausage, jerky, etc. Also a tarp, some sterno, and other stuff. I should take a look tomorrow and make sure everything has a place. God Bless Texas
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 8:29:59 PM EST
Originally Posted By havoc: waterproof flashlight (NOT a mag-light)
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What's wrong with a mini-mag? God Bless Texas
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 8:44:18 PM EST
Alot of info but what about a radio scanner?
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 10:32:18 PM EST
My Auscam ptrn webbing as follows: - 2 1 litre water bottles - 2 F88 mag pouches with 6 30rd AUG mags - 2 F89 Minimi pouches in one, my Japara (wet weather gear)and poncho (all Auscam), and in the other, USA OD Nomex gloves, OD triangular bandana, Stingoes bite cream, Funnel Web spider and snake bit kit, F88 BFA and sling, magesium striker and flint thingo, WP tabs, arse wipe, plus some misc shit - on the yolk, 1 matt black caribiner, compass pouch with Silva ranger, gerber mulitplier, and more on the belt, mini-maglite, and AusContract Buck M9. Total battlefield weight, with full combat load less F1 frag grenades etc is about 14kg
Link Posted: 10/18/2001 10:55:32 PM EST
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