Here is my camping bag with the BK2 and BK15
T.H.E. Pack from Spec Ops with my Beckers
My Eagle Becker Patrol Pack (love this thing!)
Here's what was inside that day for the purpose of getting some practice in with the different blades:
"Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting; but never hit soft." - Teddy Roosevelt
Gotta love the molle gear stuff!
Argh I want to buy a new backpack so bad! Especially after this thread. I'm just strapped for cash . Are there any good packs for <$100?? Nothing too fancy just for day hikes and maybe short camping trips.
Yes, check out - CONDOR! They have excellent molle bags - exceptional quality in all different sizes and colorsfor different uses. Their website is for distributors only so you'll have to look for a retailer. My local Army Navy sells them. Great bags!
Here's one of mine.
Last edited by DEMPZ; 05-08-2012 at 11:43 AM.
I just bought a Condor. I have been wanting a good backpack with Molle but most of them are so much $$. So I took a chance on a Condor. It was $75 which is a lot for a backpack in my opinion. I could have got the BK7 I have been wanting. Only had it a few days but seems well made. As long as it does not fall apart I will be happy with it.
The 3 OD green bags are all Condor. All have taken a good beating and keep ticking:
5-11 rush 12 when it was brand new. dont have any pictures lately but i'm getting it how it want it to be just not completly sure what all I want to keep in it and still carry around. lots of room and lots of options!
We promise according to our hopes and perform according to our fears
Francois De La Rochefoucauld
BK11 and Fishpond waist pack. I use it for a bass and panfish lures and tools, not fly fishing.
Brand spankin' new Becker Bag: Camelbak Uproar
Hill people gear; Tarahumara Pack ( cell phone pics )
internal hang loop for a water bladder
1/4" closed cell foam back panel back panel with horizontal baffles to discourage pack rounding also contours to the shape of your spine
dual slightly dimensional slot pockets big enough to accomodate USGI 1qt canteens
single main compartment with hydration bladder hang loop inside
dual compression straps that protect zipper, allow a very tight cinch, and will also hold a fair amount underneath them
very comfortable and capable shoulder harness
bottom parachute cord compression and gear storage
slot pocket between back panel and main compartment is large enough to take a netbook or lever action rifle
1.25lb empty including shoulder harness. Without shoulder harness, it weighs 1lb.
Can be used as a compression panel or back pocket
Here's my two bags worth showing. Typical condor bag and a Maxpedition Sitka.
TexasTony, glad you posted this ruck. I've heard of HPG, but until now I thought they only did pouches.
Semper fi, GFY!
I've seen lots of Condor bags in this thread... and seriously considering purchasing one now. Which models are you guys rocking? And how are they for just day hikes? That's probably what I'll be mostly using them for. And why do they cost so much less than say Maxpeditions? Are they the Becker's of the pack world?!?!?!
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