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  1. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I got mine in multicam and this bag rocks! I'm not a great hiker, so I like to keep things light and I drink a lot of water so I love deluxe hydration packs. I took it to Mexico with me and carried it around all day on long ass excursions: on buses, boats, mopeds, taxis, and walked around...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Currently I am working on upgrading the bag itself, but the contents will remain the same. Here are the contents of my BOB at the moment: Water: -3 Liter Camelbal -Surplus 1 liter Canteen w/ canteen cup. -water purification tablets -life straw Fire: -Waterproof Matches, In pill bottle with...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just curious as to what water bottles people carry with them on a daily basis. Not necessarily one for a survival pack, just one you take with you wherever you go to have quality, clean water...
  4. Urban Survival
    I have been using the piper gear bugout bag since the thing came out for my BOB. I also got another one a few years back that I used for school, gym, camping, etc.. . Well I am out of school, rarely going to the gym but I go fishing almost everyday and I take it with me every time. I am trying...
  5. Urban Survival
    Hi, Hopefully you guys can offer some help. I'm building my systems up at the moment for different occasions (hikes, day trips, small bob etc) and I am looking to get a medium sized (30 litre/1800 cubic inch) day sack to carry them. I have certain specifications I want ticked as well as the...
  6. General Discussion
    saying hi and first post I am looking for a pack to keep in my car and for hiking/camping i only get to camp and hike about 3 to 4 times a year. I am wanting to spend about 70.00 dollars i know that not much for a pack. Most of the time it will be in the trunk going from car to car but i will...
  7. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I just thought I'd post this as an FYI thread in the event that anyone may be considering an in-line microfilter for their camelbak (or other) hydration bladder. The in-line filters are designed to connect directly to the bladder so that the user can fill the bladder and quickly move on...
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    To some survivalist, collecting gear is like collecting stamps, or collecting coins - we can always find a way to justify buying something new. For some people its boots, backpacks, a compass, hats, gloves, sleeping bags,,,, you get the picture. I guess my gear fetish is backpacks, I just like...
  9. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I just got a camelbak and im trying to get it to work with my alice, does anybody know what to do?
  10. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Why in the hell do manufacturers put pockets for hydration bladders inside of backpacks up against a hard frame with it going all the way to the bottom??? If you really stuff your pack, it pressurizes the bladder. When it's like this, it's more prone to leak or bust. If it busts or leaks...
  11. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Hello, someone on here a few weeks ago started a thread about building a bug out bag week by week. It kind of got off subject. I wanted to start a new thread and get a group together working on the same style of bag. First item is the bag. I have a lot of stuff for my bag already. I will just...
  12. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    im very intrested in both of theese packs. I know the motherlode holds more gear but i like the idea on being able to break down the transformer. what would you choose and why? This is going to a bob/camping pack. I consider my bob bag to hold enough gear for 24 hours. Im going to bug out to a...
  13. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I was thinking about getting one of the camelbak bags (one with more storage and with the hydration bladder), to use as a GHB. just wondering if any one is using one what model they have and how they like it.
  14. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Yesterday I recieved a Camelbak BFM I traded for from a gentleman on the BushcraftUSA forum. Here's some pics and initial thoughts. First off, this thing is BIG. I'd consider it a 1 week pack, more than a 72 hr pack. You can fit a lot of stuff in here and I'd imagine still have it pretty...
  15. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Its ok to be jealous, really it is. I happened to have caught a Camelbak Raider on sale for 1/2 price. And it was the last one the store had.
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