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11/18/2015 7:33 AM
 

Love my Recon Kit Bag!!  

It goes with me on every hike and hunt.  I got my first Elk this year after moving to Wyoming.  Neck shot with a 300 Win Mag, and finished with a hard cast round from my Glock 10mm.  It rides in my Recon constantly!!  Thanks for making the harvest of this elk possible.  

Mike

 

 

 

 
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11/20/2015 10:26 PM
 
My Recon currently set up for fishing:


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I keep a small tackle box and other assorted gear in the main compartment:


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Attached a Maxpedition small TacTile to the front to hold other assorted tackle. 50 mL Falcon tubes from the laboratory are awesome for storing the Berkley Gulp saltwater bait; the resealable packages they come in always end up leaking all over the place.


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Usually my phone, keys, and wallet go in the flat pocket so they don't fall out when I'm rock-hopping.

I don't get a chance to carry a pistol in the bag very often (pretty difficult for us Californians in urban areas to get CCWs), but I use the Recon all the time for fishing, mountain biking, and hiking. It's just so damn useful to have stuff right up front where you can get to it easily. Definitely one of my most favorite pieces of gear. Now to save up for an Umlindi...
 
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11/22/2015 7:05 AM
 
shenanigoat wrote:

My Recon currently set up for fishing:







I keep a small tackle box and other assorted gear in the main compartment:








Attached a Maxpedition small TacTile to the front to hold other assorted tackle. 50 mL Falcon tubes from the laboratory are awesome for storing the Berkley Gulp saltwater bait; the resealable packages they come in always end up leaking all over the place.






Usually my phone, keys, and wallet go in the flat pocket so they don't fall out when I'm rock-hopping.



I don't get a chance to carry a pistol in the bag very often (pretty difficult for us Californians in urban areas to get CCWs), but I use the Recon all the time for fishing, mountain biking, and hiking. It's just so damn useful to have stuff right up front where you can get to it easily. Definitely one of my most favorite pieces of gear. Now to save up for an Umlindi...

 

 
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6/20/2016 5:52 PM
 
I can't stop grinning!

I am leaving in a few days to hike into some high mountain lakes in Idaho's backcountry (The Pahsimeroi/Lost River Range of Elmer Keith fame) and was doing the usual mental gymnastics about which handgun to bring. I love my .44s, but they are big. I love the weight savings of my Glock .45 G 30S. Just for grins, I tried to fit my custom 5" Model 29-2 into the Recon.

BOOM!

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Like I said, I can't stop grinning!

The Ghost of Elmer is smiling!
 
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6/21/2016 12:24 PM
 
Awesome! Our dad spent the afternoon with Elmer Keith at one point and is forever referencing him on all things handgun. I'm glad you can carry that particular piece up there.

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6/21/2016 9:13 PM
 
Evan,


That is very cool that your dad got to spend time with him. Definitely a highlight for an outdoorsman!
The area has all manner of creatures, large and small, and a .44 seems a logical choice.

Tonight however,

5 of us were kayaking a section of the Snake and a small tributary. I was rocking the bag, with a Glock 19, and an ETS, 22 round mag.

Good times!

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6/22/2016 6:07 AM
 

Nice!  Of course I am jealous!


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