Garage Sale at 5col Survival Supply

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  1. andy.t

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    Great news everyone! It's time for us to sell off all the samples, customer returns, open box items, etc. Hopefully we can give you some great deals.

    PM me if there are items you want and I'll send you an invoice by PayPal.

    Shipping is free for everything, so the price you see is the price you pay. I will include links to our site if you'd rather buy these new.

    I'll try to keep this updated as things are sold. Here we go.

    Knives & Tools (all fixed blade knives include the factory sheath/belt clip plate unless otherwise noted):
    -Mora Camp Axe, Orange Handle, New: (3 available) $27
    -Victorinox One-hand Trekker, Serrated Edge, German Army Surplus: (this is a project knife; serrations are wrecked and there are some rust spots on the blade and slight frame damage; will post photo below) $15
    -ESEE Candiru, Tan, New Condition: $45
    -ESEE Candiru, Olive Drab, with Micarta Handle Scales, Used: (this was my EDC knife for a while; you'll want to sharpen it, and possibly fix the grind angle, but it's an excellent tool) $45
    -ESEE Izula II, Tan: (mixing one screw and anchor; minor rust on the edge, no pitting) $55
    -ESEE Izula II, Olive Drab: (missing one screw, all anchors included, trace amount of rust on edge, no pitting) $55
    -ESEE Izula II, Tan, New Condition: $62
    -ESEE Model 3, Black, Tan Sheath: (like new other than some slight darkening of the handle scales) $75
    -ESEE Model 5, Black: (I can tell it's used by the handle scales, blade looks new) $125
    -ESEE Model 6, Black: $99
    -ESEE PR4, New: (1 available) $95
    -Pro Tool Utility Axe, New: $45 (2 available)

    Packs and Bags:
    -Hill People Gear Kit Bag, V1 Original Pattern, Ranger Green: (some idiot sliced it when opening the shipment from us, then returned it claiming it came that way, will post pic below) $90
    -First Spear Comm Pack, New: $170
    -First Spear MTAP, New: $190
    -Red Rock ID Lanyard, New: $10
    -Red Rock Universal Holster, Coyote, great with HPG Kit Bags: $10
    -Elite First Aid IFAK Pouch with MOLLE webbing, New: $10
    -Finnish Gas Mask Bags, Distressed, Single Strap: (approx 3 available) $12
    -Brenthaven Laptop Case, Black, New: $35

    Other Stuff:
    -Esbit Stove and Pot Stand for solid fuel or alcohol burner: (1 available) $10
    -Bianchi Speed Strips, Set of 2, .44/.45 cal, Never opened: $7
    -NATO Entrenching Tool with olive drab case, German Army Surplus: (3 available, used, may even include authentic German dirt, excellent tools to keep in a vehicle) $15
    -CAT: Combat Application Tourniquet, manufactured Aug. 2012, still shrink-wrapped: $15

    Coolest Thing:
    -Air Warrior System Personal Survival Gear Carrier Vest with contents: $230
    (see the thread here; we bought this for research purposes and were not disappointed)
     
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    Nice!
     
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    I picked up one of the Victorinox one-hand trekkers with a damaged serrated edge. Five minutes with the WorkSharp and it was razor sharp. Has become my go-to pocket knife. Imagine a Farmer with a longer blade that can be opened with one hand and locks... Longer saw as well.
     
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    That's exactly what this one needs. The serrations are in pretty bad shape. Grind those off and scrub the rust spots off and you'll have a beautiful tool. Oh, and also do a little bending with the frame. Here are pics of these:

    (the one with the slight bend in the tip is sold pending funds)
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    Here are pics of the Kit Bag. The cut goes through the outer surface also through the inner pocket. A few minutes work with a needle and thread and you'll have this kit bag is back in business.

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    Updated to remove a few items that sold. Here's the Mora Robust with the nick in the blade. IMG_1465.JPG
     
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    Here's the Mora 120 with the buggered up tip.
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    Have this knife as well . I like that mod! I don't care for the serrations .

    Good luck with your sale .

    I'll take a mora axe if u have any available

    Eta. Also Etool
     
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    How.the hell do you open a package like that?!?
     
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    I assume it's something like this:

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    Slightly fuzzy pics of the Dunamis Runt Backpack.
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    First Spear Comm Pack. This is an excellent backpack by any standard.
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    I dig that runt pack
     
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    It might be spoken for. Not sure yet. There's a guy in Canada who is pretty interested. If you like the Runt, you may also like the Foray, which is a little bigger and has both center-zip and top-zip access. I'm happy to throw in some orange paracord for zipper pulls if you're into that sort of thing.

    Pics of the Foray:
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    Got the hatchet and the etool. Thanks Andy!
     
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    Received everything in record time and exactly as promised.

    Thank you, Andy!
     
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    @andy.t are the Robust and 120 still available?
     
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    Got the Spark-Lite. Thanks
     
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    Yes, they are!
     
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    Are either of the ESEE PR4 available?
     
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    PM enroute...
     
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    Hey Andy, I sent you a response on the Robust in our pm's that I wanted it. Did you not get it?
     
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    Didn't get it, but check your PMs.
     
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    Yes! PM me your PayPal email and I'll send you an invoice.
     
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    Andy, just paid the invoice. Thanks man.
     
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    Updated to remove some more sold items.
     
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    That Runt pack really reminds me of my USAF "Go Bag". These are normally filled with a pilots survival gear and are strapped to the insides of choppers and other aircraft. Lower pouch is an add on, but when it's bare it sure resembles that pack!

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    Funny you should mention the SKRAM bag. Earlier this year I put a lot of effort into having a batch of those made for us. No dice, though. Right now I'm waiting for those to show up on Ebay with the insert and with contents.

    Of the bags we're selling, the MTAP is more like the helicopter go-bags than anything else. To the point that I wonder if it was developed to compete for that role. I should take some better pictures of it.
     
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    I'd like to see some pics! My buddy wants a SKRAM bag like mine but they seem rare as hens teeth now. I lucked out and got mine before there was any after market interest it seems. Prices skyrocketed on them and I wondered if it had become something collectors wee seeking out?
     
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    Will snap some pics later today, if I have time. Today is the day I rebuild the paracord racks, so I'm not sure how my schedule is going to work out.

    There are some pretty inexpensive SKRAM bags for sale on Ebay right now, as @Scoman points out. They don't include the inserts, though. It's so tempting for me to grab one of those, but the whole point of this sale is to reduce the number of random bags floating around in my life. I've also been watching the federal property auctions to see if any come up, but no luck so far. I did see an auction for over 100 poncho liners, which was tempting except that I have no warehouse space for that many.
     
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    If you come across any inserts save one for me. Hens teeth for my searching
     
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    That More axe is tempting. If I buy one, I may the Axe myself.

    Good deals Andy.
     
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    Behold the MTAP in all its glory. It's a great little bag, designed for first aid applications but also suitable for survival kits. The stowable shoulder straps make it an ideal get-home bag for your vehicle. (please note that those little purple marks you see are in my camera lens, not on the bag)


    Here's the outside back of the bag with loop panel and First Spear's laser-cut PALS grid.
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    Inside back of bag with shoulder straps (non-padded) deployed.
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    Inside back of bag with the the shoulder straps stowed. The big zipped pocket where you stow those straps can also function has a hydration sleeve.
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    Here is the opening where your drinking tube would come out if using that pocket as a hydration sleeve. The little strap with snap would help you secure the tube.
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    Inside the bag. At the top you can see the removable insert panel, which has a row of what we refer to as Attachenators over a PALS grid. Below that you can see some elastic bands for securing various gear, as well as the zipper for the pocket. Below that you can see the three removable pouches with transparent window panels.
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    With the pouches removed.
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    Looking at the zip compartment from inside the bag. This compartment passes through to the outside through a zipper on the opposite side outside back.
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    Looking at the same pocket from the outside.
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    The three removable pouches and insert panel.
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    Back side of same pouches and panel.
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    THAT'S A COOL BAG!
     
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    wow surprised to see alot of stuff still listed. maybe the model 3 will still be there when I finish liquidating my stuff
     
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    What size is the comm pack?
     
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    Got my lightweight backpack in due time. Was surprised that the back was ALL net - thought it would have a regular fabric layer too, but it should be fine and it certainly will allow air circulation. I took it out on a nice walk last week and it worked out really well. Love that it's so nice and lightweight!
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    It's the small version (the one on the right in the picture below). Here are the dims:
    -Weight: 1.7lbs
    -Length: 17" Width: 10" Depth: 4"
    -Volume: 980 cu in

    Factory images:
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