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MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Thug Hunter » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:34 pm

I took the plunge and bought a bunch (two pallets full) from DRMO, which means USGI surplus. That means I am required to advise it can be transferred to only US citizens or permanent resident aliens and can not be exported without permission from the State Department.

All are woodland camo pattern. The ones that had labels indicated they came from a USMC Reserve communications unit in Indiana.

I will check all straps and buckles before shipping at actual cost. It looks like shipping in Ohio will be $6 for the box, and roughly $15 to send it, so around $20-$21. Payment by USPS money order. For face to face in Central Ohio (don't anybody make me regret this) I'll bring several and let you pick and pay cash.

$40: Like new, if they were used, it wasn't much. Frame, main pack, sleeping system carrier, 2 sustainment (side) pouches, and internal radio pouch. Almost out

$35: Definitely used. A little faded, some scratches on the frame. Some have tape residue, others have magic marker names on them. I'll send the best of these first. Some, if not all of these, went to Iraq. I even found a ziplock bag of 250 dinar notes (Iraqi money) in one. Frame, main pack, sleeping system carrier, 2 sustainment (side) pouches, and internal radio pouch. Dinar not included.

$25: Definitely used. No side pouches.

Please note;patrol packs are all spoken for

$5: Waist pack. Definitely used. Can be attached to the back of the main pack, or be worn seperately.

$5: Bandolier. Most like new, some used. I'll sell the nice ones first, and update if I get to the used ones. Holds 6 M16 magazines, without magpuls. Will snap into the claymore pocket on the back of the large pack. almost out

Please note; ALICE to MOLLE adapters are all spoken for
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby OldManTod » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:55 pm

Dibs on the patrol pack.

Where exactly is central ohio? Westerville?

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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby dan dan the XD40 man » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:12 pm

Tod,
If you meet with him FTF, please LMK if you'll be so kind as to pick me up one of the 40 dollar jobbies.
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby elricfate » Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:21 pm

I'd definitely like to know where you're at, as I'm extremely interested in one of the $40 packs, a day pack, a bandolier, and a waist pack, all together.

How far are you from Gahanna?
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Sylord » Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:27 am

I'm interested in one of the $40 ones also.

Where is Central Ohio, or will you be hitting any gun shows? Dayton is comming up again and I will be up there.

Im on the river, so Central is anything above Cincinnati to me.
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Oxmarqt » Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:33 am

TH,

I would like to purchase one if the $40 packs. I am in Hilliard so I know we are close!! Send me a PM on how you would like to meet.

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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby skrewloose » Tue Dec 02, 2008 9:50 am

want a $40 .... provide location info

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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Cruiser » Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:07 am

skrewloose wrote:want a $40 .... provide location info

thnx

Common problem being discussed elsewhere! Seller making it hard to relate to his location. This discourages sales. And make dealing difficult.
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby BEAR! » Tue Dec 02, 2008 12:42 pm

Cruiser wrote:
skrewloose wrote:want a $40 .... provide location info

thnx

Common problem being discussed elsewhere! Seller making it hard to relate to his location. This discourages sales. And make dealing difficult.



The guy is a LEO, I understand his need for discretion. :wink:
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Sylord » Tue Dec 02, 2008 1:13 pm

Discretion is fine, but if you want to sell, at least a general idea of location is fine. I don't think anyone wants him to openly post his home address and phone number, but then again, Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus or even Timbuktu would be nice.


If "Thug Hunter" in "Timbuktu" is giving too much information away, then I must be missing something because that does not tell me much.. He lists a link to a web site in Wisconsin for Police/Military Snipers. If nothing more, the average person might think he is located in Wisconsin. Putting the two together then "Thug Hunter" does suggest a police officer or military sniper, but then again, if he says Dayton, would someone go hunt down every police officer in Dayton...And if they want to, tell me why so I know if I would want to deal with him and let him know my address or phone number...

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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby OldManTod » Tue Dec 02, 2008 2:08 pm

I can comment in general in response. Its a little different for some short, overweight, bald middle aged redneck make a screen name called oldmantod and post a location - I mean after all, what does my employer or the public care about my 2@ or firearms rights battle - however when your check is paid by folks who sometimes take exceptions to what we do and to also include the POTENTIAL that somebody COULD be providing inside inforamation and their risk is a bit more elevated. I am stating my opinion on most the LEO that are here.

Plus - if it was a necessity to put a location, the guys would figure out a way to make that mandatory, but for now its optional and you can always PM TH and find out what's up.

I dont know if this specifically is the case, but there is a guy who hasnt posted here in a couple years that was LEO and when we had lunch he expressed that exact same sentiment. He was a real wiseguy, he would pull his cruiser up to my vehicle at work and sit there with his lights on until somebody came to tell me that the 5-0 was going to be towing my vehicle or something.

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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby shooterwolf » Tue Dec 02, 2008 7:47 pm

Thug Hunter,

I'm in on a $40. pack. FTF in Columbus is fine. P.M. sent.


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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Jake » Tue Dec 02, 2008 8:54 pm

Any chance of a photo?
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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby sabalo » Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:04 pm

**Hint,hint**

TH,

You could come to our Holiday Meet & Greet, Dec.13, and complete your face to face deals there. :lol:

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Re: MOLLE II backpacks

Postby Thug Hunter » Tue Dec 02, 2008 10:22 pm

Well, I figured Central Ohio was a general area. The closest large city is Columbus. One member will be at the Westland mall gun show on January 3/4, and I will meet him there. I can meet other people there, too. I will be out of state with the military from Thursday 12-4 until Monday night 12-8. I probably won't have email during that time. I'll get with the locals next week, and will start delivering then.

I am indeed reluctant to post an exact location because of my work. Thanks to those who understand. If that is a deal killer for you, that's okay, I understand. I would be wary of sending a money order to someone at, say, a mail box in one of those store front places.

I believe I have responded to each PM sent to me, but may have been outsmarted by this computer. If you sent me a PM and I didn't get back to you, please try again.

A couple of links to the same type of gear are below. I don't know how to hot link, so you'll have to cut and paste

Waist pack: http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=467708
Main pack: http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/cb.aspx?a=486094
Patrol pack: http://cgi.ebay.com/U-S-MILITARY-SURPLU ... dZViewItem

I tried the preview function, and it looks like it may have hot linked automatically.

edited to add: Sabalo, that was a really good hint. I just cleared it with HouseHold6, and barring unforeseen circumstances, it appears I will be attending the Columbus meet and greet on the 13th. If you are interested, let me know. I'm getting low on patrol packs and bandoliers.
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