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    I used to carry in a Koobi Kit but after two of them not lasting too long I decided a custom leather roll was in order. I had it designed with leather and canvas from my old sea bag when I was in the military. Been with me for the past two years now, no sign of wear.

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    Always felt it was bad to carry $1000's of dollars worth of gear in cheap carrying devices that made them bang into each other.

    At my old place I owned I had this:

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    Always felt it was bad to carry $1000's of dollars worth of gear in cheap carrying devices that made them bang into each other.

    At my old place I owned I had this: http://www.lowes.com/pd_351117-55738...ductId=3439326

    Then at new place talked them into this. Luckily it fitperfectly in a spot we needed a work table.

    http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f1...7-10153656.jpg

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    For travel. Been using dewalt "tough systems " tool box rated at IP-65. dust proof and mostly water resistant.
    In combination using FastCap Brand Kaisen Foam product.
    Set up keeps everything separate and not banging into each other with great immediate accessibility





    https://www.dropbox.com/s/py7pnj9ko8...25.54.jpg?dl=1
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/tq33c0nbng...26.03.jpg?dl=1
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/szunl4c7v7...26.28.jpg?dl=1

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    Stumbled across this today. Looks cool but pretty spendy. Too much like a purse?

    http://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/s..._Bags_by_ETWAS

    I guess I can't post pictures to this thread anymore....
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    Quote Originally Posted by nik-q1 View Post
    For travel. Been using dewalt "tough systems " tool box rated at IP-65. dust proof and mostly water resistant.
    In combination using FastCap Brand Kaisen Foam product.
    Set up keeps everything separate and not banging into each other with great immediate accessibility





    https://www.dropbox.com/s/py7pnj9ko8...25.54.jpg?dl=1
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/tq33c0nbng...26.03.jpg?dl=1
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/szunl4c7v7...26.28.jpg?dl=1
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    That's really cool niq, how much did that cost to put together

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    All of his posts seem to be in the same day he posted those pictures. Mr. nik-q1 appears to be a one hit wonder.
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    Agh crap lol

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    Just got the email notice about the post. Not on here daily.

    Total setup around $100. Cheaper than pelican case. Not water proof but water resistant. I don't see my case being submerged in water or anything. I luckily have a huge mechanics tool box at work ( also with foam cut outs and custom fit), But when Im traveling this is key. I travel back and forth from SD California to Vail Colorado. I think I have over $5k in gear in this thing so I dont think a $100 is a big deal. Ive done the knife roll, guncase, etc. and this I feel the most comfortable with for my top gear. When Im doing small jobs and traveling right now I use Jon's (JKI) small knife bag http://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/...tra-large.html .
    I think Im picking one of these up next time Im in LA at Mutual Trading company ( http://www.mtckitchen.com/p-426-neno...knife-bag.aspx .

    Here is the breakdown on items and price for the dewalt knife case, god luck/godspeed/ganbatte


    Dewalt knife box-$50 http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT-DS...8201/203696495

    Fast cap Kaizen Foam-$20 http://www.fastcap.com/estore/pc/Kaizen-Foam-p13435.htm

    Fastcap double tape (speed tape) $20

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