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    Re: Claymore Gen 2 Pocket

    Bender - excellent! Nice to know this new pouch is still in keeping with it's name.

    Take care,
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    Re: Claymore Gen 2 Pocket

    Yeah, but will it still hold a Claymore set-up?
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    Re: Who in Maryland has a woobie?

    Larry,

    The Woobie is leaps and bounds ahead of the USGI poncho liner. Mine compresses smaller (it has it's own 10"x17" stuff sack that makes a perfect pillow when traveling) than the issue poncho...
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    Re: Mountaineering

    I dunno, even though my mountaineering days are long gone; I think the Nomad would make an ideal pack for tackling Rainier. It's a truly modular design that lets you take as much, or as little, as...
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    Re: WTB X-small Duplex Belt

    You need to move this to the Trading Post.
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    Re: Who needs a SKEDCO?!?

    If it works; it's not a bad idea!

    The old Kifaru website had a picture just like this with a person carrying another person using his pack. Your method is better though; he can watch your six....
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    Re: Road Trip

    Thank you for the great list! I agree with you almost to a "T". Personally, I like the new wave of Merino wool. I too really couldn't wear the old, itchy wool either. Which is kind of funny...
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    Re: Duplex, Nomad and Tailgunner

    Without knowing your packing list; here are some thought:
    - Seems like a lot of packs for 1-2 night trip. You could probably get away with just the Apollo for that time period.
    - I personally...
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    Re: The 14r

    Zane and Bender,

    It's not really allowed to camp in the Alps, and most of Europe for that matter, like we do in the Rockies, Sierras, etc. The only camping that is really allowed is "emergency"...
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    Re: 1000d vs 500d in a pack

    Want an idea for a great EDC/urban bag? Easy; make a "slick" Marauder. Keep the MOLLE inside for organization and keep the OMNI belt as an option. Make it available in some "civilian" colors (blue,...
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    Re: What's up with the Organizer?

    I just ordered a Blue Force Gear Admin pouch. Its lightweight and has a very secure mounting system. I plan on mounting it internally in my E&E.

    To those that have the the Kifaru organizer; have...
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    Re: Overkill?

    I guess; why? is my question. Do you have a plate on your front already? Are you expecting weapons fire from your six? Give us some insight into your thought process.
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    Poll: Re: Future Limited Runs

    @Tperkins

    I always thought a Marauder "the other way" would be outstanding. I'm thinking a slick Marauder with all the PALS webbing on the inside for organization. This pack, in black or gray,...
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    Re: 223 Wandering Bolt Gun recommendations.

    I've got a Mossberg Scout rifle that I really like. Mine is .308, but they do make one in .223 too. Mossberg makes several different variants. One of the .223 versions is called the Varmint Rifle....
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    Re: Squishmups: An Omni framed, larger E&E

    Great work! Thanks for sharing your design ideas/requirements; a lot of thought went into your system. Are you still doing all the sewing by hand?

    Take care,
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    Re: Xray on NICE frame

    Sorry man; but I gotta say it. Looks like a big, floppy mess! I'll give you 10 points for ingenuity and perseverance though . . .

    Was this just an exercise to see if it could be done? Or do you...
  17. Re: First time posting, a few Qs, Xing + E&E

    Thanks Eric for the detailed explanation of the Kifaru process. I've been a customer for years and this really "cleared" things up for me!

    For those of you new to the Forum (and to Kifaru for that...
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    Re: Did the E&E change size?

    I recently purchased a brand new E&E to replace an old one I gave away. As far as I can tell they are the identical dimensions. I think Kifaru changed the way they determine volume a few years ago....
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    Re: Kifaru quality control

    I had two similar holes in my Marauder. When questioned, Kifaru provided the same answer.

    I've had my Marauder for over 14 years now and NO problems with the two holes.

    Take care,
  20. Re: My 1st, possibly only, post. Marauder...

    The Scout is designed to carry all the weight on the Omni belt. The first production models only came with the "sling" type shoulder strap. This strap was only there to stabilize the pack. I switched...
  21. Re: May I please know your thoughts about options?

    To answer your queries:

    Running any Kifaru pack without a belt (on a pack that was originally designed to use a belt) is a waste of time and money. The belt is the main component of the entire...
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    Re: New OD vs. Old OD

    I've got an original Marauder that I bought in 2003. The OD Cordura has maintained it's color remarkably well. Very close to the OD of the E&E I just bought this spring. Color difference is due to...
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    Re: First aid kit

    If it's just for you, I'd just purchase a pre-made one from REI or some other outdoor store.

    I think modular is the way to go for larger first aid kits, especially if they're for groups or...
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    Re: Mel Terkla

    It is good to see Mel working on new gear. I always like his design philosophy, it matched mine pretty closely. I'm really interested in Wolfpack Gear's new medical pack. Obviously designed by Mel. I...
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    Mel Terkla

    Just found out that Mel Terkla is working for Wolfpack Gear. They make wild land firefighting gear. I always wondered what he was up to after he left Kifaru.

    If this is old news, sorry, it's new...
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