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    Just found out im making a pilgramege to Mecca in march.

    G19, plus back up glock 34
    Safariland ALS, milt sparks vm2
    2000 rounds
    Dump pouch
    Gladius
    Ballcap
    Chapstick
    Sunblock

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    Quote Originally Posted by spwz99 View Post
    camelback!
    Yeah I was thinking that however I also thought I didn't want to wear anything that may hinder doing any of the activities.
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    Electronic ear protection
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    Rabbits foot... you LUCKY *******

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Rabbits foot... you LUCKY *******
    Not so lucky for the rabbit.

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    Without knowing what the drills are for your specific class, hard-shell knee pads might be good.
    Tactical flashlight along the lines of a Surefire or Streamlight, with extra batteries
    UpLula mag loader so you don't lose time stuffing mags in between relays
    Mag pouch(es) so you carry at least 2 spares on your belt
    Dump pouch? Maxpedition Rollypoly is great (skip the mini size).
    Sturdy gun belt - can't go wrong with a Wilderness Instructor's belt
    Compact notepad (shirt pocket sized) and pen
    At least 5 mags (mark 'em with your initials or ID)
    Good eyepro with clear as well as shaded lenses
    Electronic earpro (e.g., MS Sordin) is an advantage
    5.11 trou or similar with lots o' pockets (double-thickness seat is nice, too).
    Small "owie" kit with band-aids and adhesive tape
    Advil, because you'll use muscles you never even knew you had

    Paulden in March is still arid, and you need to pay attention to hydration (speaking from experience as a New Englandah relocated to AZ). If you're not peeing clear and not peeing every couple of hours, you're not drinking enough. A Camelback is an excellent solution; I've used an earlier version of the Camelback MULE for carbine and pistol courses and it doesn't interfere with gear, plus it has small storage for stuff that's inconvenient to stick in your pockets.

    Weather-wise, expect dry (but always a chance or rain at 4500 ft) and daytime highs in the mid-60s with overnight lows around freezing. Temps and sweat notwithstanding, keep your neck, arms and legs covered.

    That pretty much covers it...
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