My pockets, being I'm retired!:image035: Before I retired, I carried a old ALICE lower pack (as a bail-out bag) that I was issued back in the day. That was pre-MOLLE gear and Maxpedition, etc. that is now common. BTW, I am a fan of Maxpedition gear which is VERY well made kit! Good luck!
I carry a Timbuk2 messenger bag When I go to town. It's very non-tactical looking and I can carry my laptop in its own compartment. It also holds a BOK & tourniquet, separate first aid kit, my electric Ear muffs (incase I go to the range) knife, multi tool, pen & note book, two extra pistol magazines and an HK mag loader, extra surefire light and a cr123 battery 4 pack, a water bottle and a couple of energy bars.
I keep an Eberlestock bag in my truck, but I don't carry it with me around town (I'm retired). It has the following items:
First Aid Kit (bandages, Neosporin, Tylenol, hand sanitizer, etc)
Emergency sleeping bag
Probably a few other things I can't think of at the moment (and I'm too busy right now to go get the bag). I also keep a thermal blanket in the vehicle, along with spare ball caps, extra water, baby wipes, etc. The pack is also fitted with a Safepacker holster, since it's impossible to draw from my normal holster with the wide waist belt from the pack. This keeps the pistol concealed but makes it almost instantly accessible.
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