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    MOLLE bag

    Looking for suggestions on a quality and affordable 72 hour bag that is MOLLE compatible. Want to straps survival knife, machete, and a blow out kit to it. Any suggestions
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    I bought mine at LA Police Gear as they were on sale before Christmas. Not sure what they are running now but those were under 30 dollars.

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    VOODOO TACTICAL


    MAXPEDITION


    http://www.opsgear.com/index/page/ca...ame/BACKPACKS/


    ALSO CLICK HERE


    Pretty much all of the Maxpedition & VooDoo etc are reviewed on YouTube. I'd go to YouTube and watch some VIDS so that you can see what might work out best for you.

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    The LAPG bag is great bag for the money.
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    I got the LAPG 3 day bag and it's still $30. Great Bag
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    Results for lapg backpack - LA Police Gear

    You might want to also check out the LA Police Gear Operator Backpack

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    I've tried the LAPGs and you cannot beat those prices but, they're a bit less comfortable humping them for extended lengths of time.
    But, also keep in mind that I'm lugging more actual weight than most folks would since my Wife cannot handle very much at all.


    The LAPG stuff might work out for you though.
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    the lapg backpack is a bargain, but if you want more features in a bag LAPG is having a 20 % off sale on 5.11 bags right now. 5.11 Tactical Rush 72 Bag BackPackplus FREE Water Bottle, 5.11 tactical rush bag, 511 tactical rush bag, 5.11 rush bag, 511 rush bag, 5.11 rush 72 bag, 511 rush 72 bag

    Get em while they last. I'm just saying......
    "Improvise, adapt, overcome."

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    Also Check Out SOC Sandpiper Of California

    Sandpiper


    There is so much personal preference involved and different folks will want to haul different stuff that you really need to shop around and try and figure out what will work best for you.



    Right now I'm using the Maxpedition 514B VULTURE II and I paid $127 with Free Shipping for that one on Ebay.
    That might be a bit more bag than you want though.


    Here is a Part One Vid review of the one that I am presently using. You can find Part 2 on your own.
    NO...that is not ME in the video but, it's a decent and honest review.



    Overall I'm very pleased with mine.

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    The 5.11 Tactical Rush seems to have a really well thought out interior.

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    I carry a LAPG bag everyday,it has an assortment of b-up mags,1 folder,1 multitool, 1Glock fixed blade,Blowout kit in front pouch,2 bottles of water,T-P in a ziplock(You never know!),2 energy bars,t-shirt,socks and undy change(you never know),a extra pair of camelback gloves,lighters and just some various other survival things.

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    Wow didnt know these bags got up there in price like some o those. I think im gonna get the lapg operator bag. Maybe some extra gear packs to clip on
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    Had mine cutom made in Bogota colombia in a sweat shop.

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    +1 on the soc sandpiper. Got one as a bug out bag and couldn't be happier. Seems like $60 was all I payed and I love it! It is real well built. I have never had experience with lapg bags although alllll the other things I have bought from them are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanr4 View Post
    Wow didnt know these bags got up there in price like some o those. I think im gonna get the lapg operator bag. Maybe some extra gear packs to clip on
    Think about picking up one or two of these GEAR KEEPERS ~ I'm using one of the micro retractables for a small GERBER (single Lithium AAA battery) flashlight which provides hours upon hours of just enough light to see where I putting my feet at night without lighting up the Solar System and attracting a lot of attention.

    I have one of my magnesium/ferrocerium rod firestarters on another one. An item that I never want to lose.

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