Discussion in 'Packs, Bags & Pouches' started by Back50, Dec 4, 2018.
My clown car pack. Comes in at 15 lbs without water and food
Excellent photos and gear!!
Very interested in the pack (all the gear looks nice as well!).
Looks like you're ready for about anything!
Nice little set up. That’s an impressive amount of gear rammed into a small package and at a very reasonable weight.
Is this pack the one made by Rothco?
If so, how well is it holding up?
Yes it is. Had it for a couple of years and so far no rips or wear marks. I did modify the main cargo straps to quick release buckles and put 2 coats of Otter wax on it. It has traveled on my back,strapped to the ATV and ridden in the back of my pickup,so a fair amount of abuse.
I too enjoy copious amounts of black pepper is that an altoids tin full?
I have a Rothco mini, as well. Waxed it, added quick release buckles, grab handle, and extenders on the shoulder straps. It’s a great little pack. I have been using it for nearly 5 years for motorbike camping, trapping, and other assorted activities. Good choice! Doc.
Has salt,SPG(salt/pepper/garlic) and a couple other spices in it too.
Novel use of a pistol mag case! I thinking if I have one of those or not?
Awesome loadout! (Lacks a kitchen sink though)
I have a recon ruck ultra from spec ops brand that is about that size and it never sees use cause it's too small for me. I never imagined it would could that much stuff though! Wow! When I upgrade my account here I will be selling it for a steal of a price.
Very well done. Lots of good stuff there. I am impressed.
HA! Line that canvas pack with a trash bag, and then the pack IS the kitchen sink!
I've got the same backpack. The outfitter with the quick release buckles. Tons of modifications.