Defcon 5 600D Bushcraft Bag

Defcon 5 600D Bushcraft Bag

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Ultra-tough and streamlined for single-day outdoor expeditions, the Defcon 5 Bushcraft Bag is the carry companion you want on your trips—no matter where they take you. For all-season strength, it’s made from water-repellant 600-denier fabric with YKK zippers and Duraflex buckles Read More

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Melynda
77
Aug 14, 2020
Anybody else get their order canceled and refunded today?
FrodoP10
0
Aug 14, 2020
Yup, same here
Lt.AldoRaine
15
Aug 14, 2020
Yep and came straight to the comments. I am really tired of Drop. Every transaction is a pain in the ass. Sorry, needed to vent.
Love2Fish
95
Jul 24, 2020
I looks to be a knock off of this Helikon-Tex sold on Jeff’s Monster site! Helikon-Tex appears to have wider shoulder strap, Pals on the bottom of bag, divided pass thru end pocket and interior mesh zippered pocket ( maybe this has one also but no interior photos displayed). Helikon-Tex Bushcraft Line, Bushcraft Satchel https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M0IBEKU/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_api_i_ULUgFbN1TMM2A
One_Eyed_Jackal
148
Jul 23, 2020
The interior design is really something else!
K.T.N
1264
Jul 20, 2020
Bags like this are practical. I’m in for two. I’ve been looking for something, other than the Pelican case that comes with the Fujinon 14x40 stabilized binoculars, to carry them around in. They are bulky binoculars, and this may work. I also take care of a bunch of properties and occasionally make use of locksmith supplies when keys are missing or forgotten. This looks like a good carry bag for those supplies. I had been using one of those standard canvas mechanic’s tool bags for the locksmith gear, and that was fine, but too small overall. And the shoulder strap on this makes it much more convenient to use, as I’m invariably also lugging around a bunch of toolboxes and supplies. Unless someone has some concrete negative experiences with this bag, we’ll see how it goes.
JaegerD
171
Jul 23, 2020
The military has to take rain delays, they don't like getting wet either
JaegerD
171
Jul 23, 2020
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it may not be incredibly clear, but I do believe there is some degree of some proofing going on for my bag. The inside (top slightly whiter half) has something added to it that the outside condura is lacking. It is along all inside pieces of the condura, including pockets
Wakamaru
44
Jul 20, 2020
Anybody know exactly what to pack in this thing for a real DEFCON 5 situation? As thats the lowest DEFCON number (DEFCON 1 being radioactive cannibals) I assume this is more for a smaller apocalypse. What would you pack in your DEFCON 5 purse?
Mocniejszy
9
Jul 21, 2020
Loads of bottle caps. Trust me.
Axman6
30
Jul 22, 2020
Probably just some cash and a lip balm, maybe some wireless headphones. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
inventbot
63
Jul 19, 2020
Where is it made?
delnerdo
286
Jul 19, 2020
sweatshops
RayF
26509
Jul 19, 2020
Looks okay for light-duty use, but if you're a real operator, looking for a true tactical diaper bag, you're gonna have to mosey on over to Maxpedition (or better) for the real goods.
hallgrimg
2
Jul 19, 2020
The dimension listed must be wrong. 19.7 x 15.8 x 8.7 in / 50 x 40 x 22 cm ?? I'm finding other sellers only listing it at a more believable 12 x 12 x 6 in / 30 x 30 x 15 cm. Can someone confirm either of these sets of numbers?
Zoroff
4
Jul 19, 2020
The PALS webbing seems to consist of 4 grids, plus about a cm extra on each size. So 15 - 16 cm seems correct for depth. In that case 30 x 30 x 15 would be 13,5 liters, and it's supposed to be a 14 liter size. I'd say that the number seem plausible. And it looks to be about that size.
mpounsett
1
Jul 22, 2020
Things like this should always have a photo against something (like a person) for scale.
modernboy
35
Jul 19, 2020
Pictures of the inside would be helpful
petecamacho
56
Jul 19, 2020
I want one actually I'm buying one.
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