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‘Snacktical’ Pack

Ok, the Tactical Medical Backpack from T3 isn’t a “Snacktical” Pack, but its inherent storage features would certainly make a great picnic basket.

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It includes four pull out color coded removable pouches as well as smaller pockets, pouches and elastic loops for storing a variety of instruments, bandages, and dressings. It is large enough for a lightweight, poleless litter/poncho and is equipped with packable padded shoulder straps.

Additional PALS pouches on the outside accommodate both 1000ml and 500ml IV bags; quick disconnect straps allow the bag to be easily strapped into a vehicle and disconnected.

www.t3gear.com/t3-medical-backpack

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11 Responses to “‘Snacktical’ Pack”

  1. bulldog76 says:

    nope nope that coke is a mexican coke so in turn not berry compliant so the snackitical pack cannot be issued 😉

  2. emm says:

    The content will eventually lead to the need of medical assistance.

  3. Mooremoorebobby says:

    @ BullDog76: HAHAHAHAHAHA THAT SIR IS AN AWESOME OBSERVATION…

  4. Bradkaf308 says:

    The story was so good it got posted twice? You’re not cheating to get to post 10k quicker r u? :-)

  5. Jordan says:

    Look at all that yummy pog bait.

  6. Snot Locker says:

    Externally it’s just about a complete knockoff of a Tactical & Survival Specialties, Inc. (TSSI) M9 Pack!

  7. Redleg says:

    Being both a 13B & 13R I spent a bit of time at Ft. Sill (3x to be exact) and I happened to frequently run into Marines there since they also go to Sill for FA training and what I was wondering of any Marines out there is…what’s up with the term “gedunk” for what we in the Army call “pogey bait”???

    I’d be very interested if any of you can enlighten me about the word gedunk.

    Thanks!

    • Riceball says:

      I’ve heard of the term gedunk but when I was in, back in the 90s, we’d always call it pogey bait. Gedunk is an old Navy term, I think, dating back to WW II (or earlier) referring to a place on the ship where you could buy/get ice cream, chips, cookies, etc.

      • Redleg says:

        Thanks for the info! The Marines and the Army are like the US and Britain, two entities separated by a common language. That was just one of the many words that I used to hear the Marines use that left me scratching my head in wonder. It was always pretty interesting to discover the various differences.

  8. Steve 68W Nc says:

    Throw fifteen patches on there, fill it with snacks and you will corner the airsoft market for sure. They love spending hundreds on kit they never fully utilize anyway.