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    Gear Carry Bag

    I bought one of these a couple of months ago and really like it. Really big and the price cant be beat. Neo approved of course. Works great for storage of all your gear as well.

    http://www.majorsurplusnsurvival.com...egory_Code=101
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    Neo approved of course.
    But of course...........
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    great bug out bag...everything you need in one place..

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    Ive got one that is cavernous that I put my "work" gear in. My stuff weighs alot and I found that the seams dont hold that well. So, I invested in one of the large canvas parachute bags from the Army surplus store. The bag is just big enough for my stuff and the construction is much sturdier. Then again, if I was just putting some of my backpacking gear in the duffle it would probably work as far as weight, but it wouldnt be near big enough! (Ive got alot of gear laying around the house). BD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird Dog View Post
    Ive got one that is cavernous that I put my "work" gear in. My stuff weighs alot and I found that the seams dont hold that well. So, I invested in one of the large canvas parachute bags from the Army surplus store. The bag is just big enough for my stuff and the construction is much sturdier. Then again, if I was just putting some of my backpacking gear in the duffle it would probably work as far as weight, but it wouldnt be near big enough! (Ive got alot of gear laying around the house). BD
    Yep, I'm assuming a duffelbag stuffed with maglites would be pretty heavy.

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    I just use a cheap rubbermaid container to hold all my gear. Than another one to hold all my sewing stuff. I think I may have issues because my sewing stuff is starting to out weigh my gear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammock engineer View Post
    I just use a cheap rubbermaid container to hold all my gear. Than another one to hold all my sewing stuff. I think I may have issues because my sewing stuff is starting to out weigh my gear.
    I've got a couple of those Rubbermaid containers - one for hiking gear (stuff I don't normally use) and one for car-camping gear. Yes, I still go car camping every once in a while I need to get a couple more now that my gear stock has exploded due to my DIY addiction!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCPatrick View Post
    Yep, I'm assuming a duffelbag stuffed with maglites would be pretty heavy.
    Hehehehe...You caught me! BD
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