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    Considering the ones in that ebay posting say "air force", I'd think they'd be somewhere in Andrews. But that's just logic, and it's not always helpful.

    If you find em elsewhere, lemme know
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    Chalk! Why didn't I think of that!?

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    1)
    All the gloves are made by blind people or prison inmates. . . . .
    2)
    THAT is a LOT of chalk!
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    1)Gloves! they are so usefull
    2)As much light as possible(learned that from spelunking)
    3) 2 Masks depending on severity of enviroment
    4) A 5'' knife for obvious reasons
    5) Canteen and jerky for the hypo-glycemic
    6) notepad and lighter for emergencies
    7) multitool-just in case
    8) camera and a pair of sunglasses to obscure an ID
    Finaly a set of british web gear to put it all in, light and easy to move in.

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    No such thing as too much Chalk... Sixty-seven cents well spent...

    Quote Originally Posted by devilc View Post
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    All the gloves are made by blind people or prison inmates. . . . .
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    THAT is a LOT of chalk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RookieRat View Post


    1)Gloves! they are so usefull
    2)As much light as possible(learned that from spelunking)
    3) 2 Masks depending on severity of enviroment
    4) A 5'' knife for obvious reasons
    5) Canteen and jerky for the hypo-glycemic
    6) notepad and lighter for emergencies
    7) multitool-just in case
    8) camera and a pair of sunglasses to obscure an ID
    Finaly a set of british web gear to put it all in, light and easy to move in.

    ummmmmmmm handcuffs?
    - has never been arrested for "Moapery"... just for the record.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoid? View Post
    ummmmmmmm handcuffs?
    Just in case he comes across some of those mythical "abandoned boobies," I guess.

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    Mostly it depends on the situation but normally....

    Camera of the week
    Tripod
    Respirator (very important)
    Folding knife
    Leatherman tool
    2-way radios
    Hand sanitizer
    Pepper spray (Never had to use it, hope I never have to)
    Water
    Chewing Gum
    Granola and or/ Jerky
    2 Flash lights
    Headlamp
    A shload of film

    I leave my glock and other murder tools at home. Really not too good to have those on you if your caught.

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    This is a -start-. I'm missing items like batteries, cards, water, snacks, journal, so on and so forth but we're getting there. I picked the bag b/c I thought it would make for really great first aid kit packing, I was not disappointed.




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    Default The Perfect Pack

    I am still pretty new to this, however, I feel that my pack is perfect for any situation. It stays in the back of my car and includes clothes to change into for a quick UE.

    The Perfect Pack:
    Backpack - I have a Jansport now, but have my eyes set on this one - If anyone has suggestions to one that would be smaller, I would be open
    Water Bottle
    Large Knife - On Order
    Small Knife
    Solid Pair of Hiking Boots
    Black Diamond Choas Climbing Harness
    60m dry rope - this is too much
    Helmet - I have a construction hard hat but am getting a mountain climbing helmet soon
    Carabiners
    Mag Lite
    Faraday Flashlight - the kind you shake and does not need batteries
    Headlamp
    Radio
    Compass
    Paper and Pen
    Mountain Biking Gloves - cover palms but leaves tips of fingers exposed
    General Purpose Thick Gloves - cover everything
    Duct Tape - this is mandatory


    Additions to be made soon:
    Bear Mase
    Mask
    Lock Pick Set
    Camera
    SHV

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    Default Ohh, definitely lose the b & e kit

    never underestimate decent climbing gear especially if you know how to not hang yourself with it & second-- unless you're impervious to law enforcement-- b & e tools... typically are more trouble than they are worth.
    Last edited by Dan; 10-25-2007 at 07:21 AM.

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    you may also want a respirator!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaeland420 View Post
    you may also want a respirator!!!
    AMEN!! Especially if you're like me & break out in hives everytime there's bad air... not to mention the 900million other reasons to protect yourself. Start with BOOP and go from there...
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    i keep
    camera-d40
    tri-pod
    couple bottles of-water
    extra batteries
    2 mini mag lites
    gloves......
    maybe a granola bar or two

    very simple and to the point

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    I'd be careful with the "Large Knife" and lock pick set... Just a suggestion...
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    I guess the lock pick set may not be the best choice, but they have them cheap enough that you can easily drop them if you have to and not feel bad.
    SHV

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilc View Post
    Here's my kit for a short exploration.
    guns and a grenade, for protection purposes I take it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Physical_Shadow View Post
    guns and a grenade, for protection purposes I take it?
    Sometimes it's the only way in...
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    Uh oh, Lock pick set. Felony city. I would venture to say that you will never need a good portion of the stuff in that bag. B&E tools are a big no-no (prybars, lock picks, even leatherman's at times)

    Be safe!

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