I am running a Camelbak Linchpin backpack, it was designed for ammo and for battlefield use. Very flexible platform to use. That pack goes from the home, to my the personal vehicle, to the work vehicle and then back home inside with me at the end of the day. I carry that platform to always have ammo and some gear. The pack bridges the gap to always feed both a rifle and a sidearm on top of the EDC line. I tried a battle bag (LA Police Gear) but had to upgrade that option to allow better storage of my gear, but more importantly, better platform to move and shoot with it while it is on you-My humble rookie opinion. My truck is full of "Zek" gear, but that is the gotta grab item to danger up and fight effectively.
Plus,a pack is easy to carry, does not glow "full of bullets" like walking into to house with a chest rig in your hands as your neighbor waves hello to you. I don't leave dedicated gear like that in the vehicle, it travels with me. The pack has a TQ, other med gear, water and power bars in it too, that's why I have to run a back pack. To each their own.
Grid down survival gear is available, but stored in the POV and home.
Edited by wwilkins, 29 April 2014 - 07:47 PM.