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#292238 - 04/26/19 11:08 PM Re: Chaosmagnet's "modular" main emergency kit? [Re: albusgrammaticus]
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Re: packs, Eberlestock has a 40% off sale currently.

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#292257 - 05/05/19 02:39 PM Re: Chaosmagnet's "modular" main emergency kit? [Re: Russ]
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If youíre still looking or in the market, REI Outlet has a nice looking Marmot backpack seriously discounted.
Marmot Graviton 34 Pack from REI Outlet

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#292258 - 05/08/19 03:19 AM Re: Chaosmagnet's "modular" main emergency kit? [Re: albusgrammaticus]
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https://twitter.com/NoobieMatt/status/1125528658699898881

Link (I think) to the Deployment Bag used by Australian Medical Assistance Teams

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#292260 - 05/08/19 05:09 AM Re: Chaosmagnet's "modular" main emergency kit? [Re: chaosmagnet]
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Originally Posted By: chaosmagnet
Where I use "module" there's a pouch or sub-bag inside.

What do you use for your "pouch or sub-bag"? Rigid containers? Ziplock bags? Vacuum sealed bags?

I have a couple of things that I like to organize in modules too. And the biggest headache for me is finding the proper sized and shaped container to hold each module. I vary all over the place for these containers. Sometimes a small divided fishing lure box, sometimes a 35mm film canister (I sure wish you could still get the old metal ones!), sometimes a vacuum sealed bag, sometimes a simple rubber band bundling things together, sometimes a soft margarine tub, sometimes a stuff sack, etc. Any ideas folks have for what to use as internal containers would be appreciated. Any shape, any size - I have other things besides emergency kits that I like to modularize. Another problem I have when using all these various containers is that it's not immediately obvious if the thing I'm holding is a module, or something that fell out of a module, as some of the containers are difficult to label in a stand-out/obvious way.

I've thought about overwrapping every module in a vacuum sealed bag. That would make them obvious (and waterproof). Except once you cut open that vacuum bag, the contents are free to fall out. Maybe this isn't a big deal for emergency kits that you carry often, but rarely use.

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#292262 - 05/08/19 11:36 AM Re: Chaosmagnet's "modular" main emergency kit? [Re: haertig]
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Originally Posted By: haertig
Originally Posted By: chaosmagnet
Where I use "module" there's a pouch or sub-bag inside.

What do you use for your "pouch or sub-bag"? Rigid containers? Ziplock bags? Vacuum sealed bags?


It varies.

First aid and trauma pouches are well-marked cordura. Radios get similar with some light padding. Many other components are in gallon or quart freezer-rated Ziploc bags. Generally, if itís a pouch I donít expect to open often (none of the stuff in the Fire Now! module expires) or is very sensitive to water, itís probably in a Ziploc.

A company called First Tactical (no affiliation) makes a variety of well-made, good looking and rugged pouches, many of mine come from them.

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#292266 - 05/08/19 06:54 PM Re: Chaosmagnet's "modular" main emergency kit? [Re: chaosmagnet]
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Originally Posted By: chaosmagnet
A company called First Tactical (no affiliation) makes a variety of well-made, good looking and rugged pouches, many of mine come from them.

Their website does show some nice pouches. Thanks!

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