Rowdy Stilwell
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How many bags?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Aug 24, 2013. 7 Replies

How many bags do each of you use? Purpose and general contents. As for me, I have a leather briefcase (saddleback) for all of my office needs (files, pen, pencil, calculator) and I have a 5.11 rush…Continue

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Native Son replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"My bad back recently forced me to a two bag combination.  A rolling briefcase/computer bag and the soft-sided lunch bag for daily work use.  I've an ancient soft-sided attaché case for the odd not at work go round…"
Aug 24, 2013
Nathanael replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"I suppose the answer depends on whether there is a distinction between bags and luggage like suitcases.  Currently I have a leather briefcase that carries my laptop, books, notepads and such.  I just ordered a canvas and leather backpack…"
Aug 24, 2013
Brown Fox replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"I have a book bag for work with pens, pencils, papers to grade, glasses, calculator, sub-service phone number, etc. I have my fencing bag with swords, tips, a blade stone, sneakers, and protective equipment. If I'm in production for a…"
Aug 23, 2013
TKM replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"Industrial First Response/Security.   "
Aug 23, 2013
D.J. replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"2 pockets. That's really it for day to day things. Phone, wallet, and handkerchief.  For work and school I do indeed use a bag. I use a large bag from the Timbuk2 company. I can store my laptop, charger, headphones, and a book or two in…"
Aug 23, 2013
Rowdy Stilwell replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"What line of work are you in?"
Aug 23, 2013
TKM replied to Rowdy Stilwell's discussion How many bags?
"1 Under Armour duffel bag that I use as a duty bag.  Carries everything I need for work, my lunch sack, and whatever else.   I have a briefcase on wheels for my laptop and a Padfolio with document storage for meetings. I keep some…"
Aug 23, 2013
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"Redman chewing tobacco Copenhagen snuff Canadian Hunter Whiskey"
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How many bags?

How many bags do each of you use? Purpose and general contents. As for me, I have a leather briefcase (saddleback) for all of my office needs (files, pen, pencil, calculator) and I have a 5.11 rush 24 as a "bug-out-bag", for lack of a better term. In it I carry medical supplies, knives, pistol, flashlight, USB auxiliary charger, firestarter, etc etc). I feel like I these serves my needs, but I'm curios about other's bag philosophy.
Aug 23, 2013
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