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My Condor H20 Pouch finally got in. :D:

The Set-Up...
  • Condor H20 Pouch
  • Condor Gadget Pouch
  • Condor iPouch
  • USGI Strap

Contents...
  • Guyot 32oz
  • GSI Glacier Cup
  • Modified Jar Cover as lid
  • SS Spoon
  • Esbit Stove
  • Match Case
  • Button Compass
  • P-51Can Opener
  • Multi-Tool
  • Mag Lite
  • 9 Hr Candle
  • Tinder
  • Mag Block
  • Fresnel Lense
  • Whistle
  • H20 Tabs
  • 1st Aid Bits
  • Mini-Fishing Kit
  • Signal Mirror
  • 20' Parcord
  • Poncho
  • Reflective Blanket
  • OD Emergency Blanket
  • Mora Companion MG SS
  • Credit Card Tool

All good enough for a day hike with some bits to keep
take care of me should I have to spend the night out.
I could still fit a rat trap in this kit and some actual food.
I think I have the basics covered (water, fire, shelter, food, etc...).
The OD blanket is for shelter, the reflective blanket for it's intended use.

I thought it'd be clumsy or uncomfortable. It's not. Why not just get a small pack?
The beauty of this kit is that I can detach the Gadget Pouch which is going to be my EDC Kit
and attach it to my main pack, carry it by itself, or keep it on the bottle kit. In the Gadget Pouch,
I'll have all the basics that I can always use. The iPouch will actually end up on my Hellcat's
left shoulder strap with my Cammenga 27 USGI Compass, signal bits, a small knife
(hopefully an ESEE folder or -3) and some type of emergency 1st aid (if I should get
hurt or incapacitated, some of the most important bits are within arm's reach).
I'm also looking at a GodSpeed Tactical ESEE-3 Kydex Sheath/ESEE Pouch for
my shoulder strap as well.

 

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Very nice, I like the lid. I wrapped a lighter, some hard to blow out birthday candles, 2 lemonade drink packets and some soup bullion cubes in a bandanna and stuffed it in the top part.
Got another lid for it I'll post tomorrow.

I found a tin at the local thrift store .50 cents for the entire tin.
Took the lid off and it's a perfect fit and is nice & snug.
 

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A shoulder pad of some kind would be handy.
Those GI slings come in handy for bags/pouches, got a bunch off ebay cheap.
Save old gym/laptop bag slings too, they have sling pad.
 

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A shoulder pad of some kind would be handy.
Those GI slings come in handy for bags/pouches, got a bunch off ebay cheap.
Save old gym/laptop bag slings too, they have sling pad.
Definitely on the shoulder pad.

I picked up the straps (got 2) for under $6./shipped.
 

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I bought the actual condor slings and they seem to be just a little to short, so I picked up a couple different ones that work great.
 

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Thats a good looking setup, I have a similar plan with a County Comm Hydrant. http://countycomm.com/hydrant.html

let us know how this holds up.

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Got both and the CC is about double the Condor in size. The CC also has removable insulation. The CC gobbles a 1.5 litre smart water, will fit 2 litre soda bottles. Have set up backpack straps for carry by it self or sternum carry on my 3 day pack with the waist belt threaded at the bottom for a tight balanced carry with nescessities in front at easy reach.
 

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A very good setup, I like the versatility of the MOLLE system. I use it on my mountain bike when I go to the hills with my friends (in the city too).

BoycottTheDay, HaChayalBoded: :thumb::thumb::thumb:
 

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Not to hijack the thread. But that seems like a pretty rare bike if it's a Harley?! Never seen a Harley dirtbike.
Yep, only about 30 or so for the 200 model year, 200 or so for 99. In the states anyway. Many more over in England.

Mine only has 200 miles on it, just put those gadgets on to test fit. I am thinking of just putting it in my living room.

A few 96 models running around the states, in both 500 and 350cc. Some all blacked out for AF SF and some in England in desert tan for the SAS.

Story goes they were designed to be dropped out of helicopters for troops stuck ehind enemy lines, hence the awfully heavy steel frame.

youtube 24hr enduro, lots of em running around the UK for that.

Will post a few pics of those shortly.
 

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Desert Tan









Black - Delta, SF and MFR. Think the CAG unit also used these.

Note they had a second set of hard panniers on the rear. Been trying to find a set of those.



This one was used by AF SF, think it was one of the SAR units or maybe the weathermen.



And even the Canadians like em, eh.

 

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OP hasn't logged on in a few years, so for anyone else with a similar setup...

BUMP with new question...

do you still like it?

How does all the weight on the H2O pouch affect it staying on the main bag? Stability when connecting one molle to another to another?
 

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OP hasn't logged on in a few years, so for anyone else with a similar setup...

BUMP with new question...

do you still like it?

How does all the weight on the H2O pouch affect it staying on the main bag? Stability when connecting one molle to another to another?
dont know if you saw his avatar label but he was shown the door some time ago, wont be back.
 
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