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ru-titley-knives: My version of Molle use Ranger type bands made from Mil-spec elastic that can be made up in a variety of colors/ camo patterns .
These ones will fit similar bore sized items from flashlight bodies and various survival tubes / containers that can mount direct to Molle vests/ packs via a Malice clip or Molle lock and can also be belt worn if ever required .
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@libertybeforedeath Pack Submission
Zac sent me through some shots of his new packs so here they are. The first is a GORUCK Bullet 10 in Coyote and second a GORUCK SD15 in MultiCam. The Bullet is a model that I’ve been really interested in as a compact yet useable ruck, so I’ll keep my eyes out for a review from Zac on that one.
I like the matching black patches as they tie the two packs together as identifiably his. His Gerber 06 FAST Tanto knife looks pretty secure yet accessible on the hydration tube elastic keeper there – good idea. Here’s a little about his set up and some thoughts:
Goruck Sternum Strap (coyote)
Gerber 06 F.A.S.T
Source Hydration Tube
Source Hydration Bladder
I really like this pack. It fits perfect and with the addition of the sternum strap it does’t move at all. The only complaint I have is with he hydration bladder full you lose quite a bit of space. But in true Goruck fashion, somehow the pack doesn’t bulge that much with a full bladder and a full pack.
Although with that being said, the front (or back in you’re wearing the bag) does stretch quite a bit to accommodate items.
i want a slim fixed blade for edc, any suggestions? laws here are 4 inch and under can be concealed, and that's how i would like to care it
My suggestion would be an ESEE Candiru. Tough, easy to carry and eminently useful. I keep one in my bag when I’m hiking. There are a number of kydex sheaths available that allow it to be carried discreetly on your belt or - if you prefer - as a neck knife. If you take a look at Godspeed Tactical you’ll get the idea.