It's fairly common for me to see people hiking around with large MOLLE packs without anything attached, which defeats the purpose of having the webbing there in the first place and only serves to add weight. I set up my pack for "work" with firearms, and turned it into a portable workspace so that items are easily accessible whether on the move or nested up.
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As an added note: Having items accessible from one side of the pack is great for when you're in your tent as well, since you won't have to wrestle with a pack to get at your items.
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I have that same tan Vanquest pouch. When hiking I carry my 938 pistol inside of it. I removed one of the inside sleeves and had vanguest hook n loop sewed on and attached a vanquest holster. Other side has gunshot first aid items.
That is a nice setup you have and I love the water spout on your bag where you can get to it easily. That 7.62 rifle is looking great too and it is nice to have snacks in your backpack, but I would want more food items in there to survive off of until I could either find fish, or animals to kill and cook.
Professionally presented with several layout concepts coming into play. My loadout is vastly different, but the philosophy is the same. There are several key take-aways in this video. It’s easy to nit-pick this or that in your load-out, but the concepts are what is important to remember. Well done, and thank you.
No offend but if you loose all that you show and you are in the wood ore something how do you find your way out? what do you survive on, drink, eat, warm your self ect?...Have you taken any course in survival? can you read sign in the forrest sign i ment if you can tell North south east west in a forrest?...How do you survive the cold?..Rain? Whit out all equipment its harder to find your way and survive , when i see people talk about what they have there is not many that talk about if you loose al of it...The same if you loose your rifle your gun ect and meet a bear what do you do how do you act?...if you are hunted by wolves..maybe some think i ask stuped question but do i?
I'm about a year too late to mention a tourniquet. Were it me, I'd want some kind of blowout kit on the pack's waist belt. Tourniquet, hemostatic agent, Israeli bandage, etc. Philosophies differ, of course, but I figure that if you're going to carry the gear to put holes in people you should carry the gear to plug them up, too.
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I found this helpful. I've been playing around with the idea of having a basic "bug out bag" in the house, but was hung up on the idea of at least having the capability of rifle/shotgun carry as well, not to mention how to STOCK the whole thing in practical fashion.
This gets me started, along with the feedback in the rest of the comments.
Cuffs? Why? Seriously? Dislike. Insanely necessary. You're going to be hard pressed to convince a cop or jury why you needed to cuff someone. And if you're a cop, you shouldn't be cuffing alone off duty. Either way you're wrong bro.
Good video. Well thought through work setup there & obviously sits well with you.
For those asking about the hip pouch, this is the 5.11 10.6 Horizontal available in Flat Dark Earth & Black only. Sad as I'd like a green one too. Ho hum... Not to worry, eh?
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Quite reasonable, but there are a few "but". Personally, I feel much calmer when my rifle is in my hands and her gun belt rubs against my neck.Spare magazines for the rifle is most convenient to carry on the body of the shooter, not in a backpack, as left without a backpack, you will be left without ammunition.Following these simple rules, I survived a couple of wars and lived to retirement. Please forgive me for my terrible English. I used an online translator. Good luck and well-aimed shots.
DixieNormous561, firstly, you condescending twat, I'm not a kid. Secondly, I AM at home, in the UK, busy reloading.
Since you have to resort to non-answers, that is the definitive answer. You have NO experience of firearms ownership in the UK.
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