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    Unfortunalty my sewing machine is broken so all ma projects are on hold 😞 But i had the time to finish a proto field chair.


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    And a hybride camp bag


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    Nice job on the chair, are you using a 37" finished length? I had a inquiry about making one and mocked one up based on the dimensions I was told, it doesn't look quite as long as yours but it could be the picture or my treking poles might be longer than what you are using. Seems fine sitting in it though, I just wasn't sure if you added some length based on experience? I stuffed a strip of scrap hypalon in the peak of the webbing pocket to protect against the point on trecking poles.

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    38" if i remember good.Next proto will be a complete sleeve on the top.
    Like this but not exaclty like this and better haha! :


    But without my machine now it will be a later project,i have to go to a repair shop asap.



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    Yeah definately a bummer on the machine issues hope that gets squared away soon.

    Solid idea on the pouch to use the handles on the poles rather than the tips. Here were the slots on the mockup I made, I'd roll or bind the webbing edges on the next since just sealing the strands isn't quite enough when the sharp point of the trecking pole goes past it can grab threads. This one I tried just a hem on the outside edge as well to see how that worked.


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    My Mother gave me a industrial omega sewing machine for my upcoming birthday,i had to try this thing so i did a kifaru style stuff sack.


    I got hard time to sewn the damn bottom,i'm suck as shit at it but it work good.Inside it right now there a pair of kryptek pant,2 base layer shirts,a kryptek vest,kryptek cerdic hoody and a beanie.

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    Cool that you're back in action.

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    DIY grab-it.


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    Credit to SHTF for the idea,nice storage on my HC7000.


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    Nothing new here but i saw the newest packs and really like the functional of them so i decided to do some DIY sewing.
    I Ordered some K clips from kifaru yesterday so when i get them ill update the bag.Overall i add on the HC 7k a third compression straps,a inside mesh pouch,few molle(sides and lid.) and autolock buckles.4 molle on the back to put a belt pouch like the new pack, (Reckoning).SHTF credit here of course for some mods.I don't think ill made a center zip on it because i really like the way i use it with a medium spotter pocket on the panel.Why buying a new bag when i can do it on mine ? 😉 Now this 7k will be really versatile.Still work in progress:


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    Looks great brother! Well done

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    An old project i started last year but never finished...its time to give it a try,work in progress:


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    Man I wish I had you skills. Well done sir!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbillbrown View Post
    Man I wish I had you skills. Well done sir!


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    thanks man...pretty sure you can do it if you want it.

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    Where are you buying the fabric?


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    Great job reaper, you're making packs and I'm still trying to figure out how to attach them to the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernpiker View Post
    Great job reaper, you're making packs and I'm still trying to figure out how to attach them to the frame.
    Hahaha nice one!!!

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    Done...not perfect but i like it.

    I can run a lid if i want, i have two webbing straps on the back of the bag.So not good for round shape bottom,i end-up with a triangular shape bottom,not bad and a nice finish touch with a piece of leather for the zipper.

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