Car storage options: Sunrise Tactical Gear

Like most of you here, I have an assortment of extras for emergencies of various types in my car.  From a boo-boo kit to a full blown trauma bag and from a can of Fix-o-Flat to a Snap On tool box, the possibilities are endless.  

I hate things just strewn about, say like the fresh Hell that is the interior of my wife's car.  I have a place for everything in my vehicle that I "need" from first aid to a Stanley FUBAR. (shout out to Casket.)

Discounting weapons for this discussion,  my most recent attempt and current work in progress is a MOLLE seat back panel from Sunrise Tactical Gear.   I recently purchased a tripod system off of the Hide and one of the goodies that came with it was a tripod bag in MC made by these folks that was very well done.   So when I saw the label, I jumped over to their site and saw this.  What is really cool about it is the fit.  Some of these things just don't fit tightly to the seat back, especially when weight is added.  Even empty, some sag.  These guys laminate a stiffening material in between the cordura that is just the right thickness to keep any reasonable weight tucked flat against the seat.

I've just started to figure out what to mount to it.  A LFer was selling a bunch of FS and BFG pouches, including the really cool BFG trauma kit pouch (stocked) so I mounted them for a visual.  Need a CAT pouch to go on the lid of the trauma kit and then see what to do with the other pouches.  In addition to this, I have an Eagle bag that Geromino recommended years ago that has some heavier stuff in it like tools and a HK flare gun kit so this new set up will augment that.20181019_171038

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Thanks for posting that John. Already looked it up, pretty reasonably priced.  I can see one or more in my future. 

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MG in TX posted:

Low-life f'ing enabler, have one enroute now for the Ridgeline, ya happy now?

At least you have visual proof it fits a Honda. 

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Aw shit. I guess that I'll have to go take a look at their site to see what I don't want to buy. 

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My windows are tinted very dark, with black seats and black pouches anything in the rear is pretty difficult to see.  The bottom rig is made by spiritus systems, the top is from blue ridge overland gear.

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Just a note because people have hit around it already.

My windows are heavily tinted and you would have to press your face against the glass to see inside.  But, anything can happen of course so there is nothing on this panel that is  a weapon.  I never leave a gun or knife in my car as a matter of practice.  Someone is going to get some cool med kit and OTC drugs but that is about it .

I like the ability to access stuff without leaving the car if need be.  I may place it on the back of the passengers seat for that purpose although I can access the most important pouch, the trauma kit, from the driver's seat which is why it is in that corner.  In any event between the panel and the 4 used pouches from the swap meet it was $110.  Not bad at all.  And I rent cars when I go on vacation and this can be moved there and back easily.

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Consigliere posted:

Like most of you here, I have an assortment of extras for emergencies of various types in my car.  From a boo-boo kit to a full blown trauma bag and from a can of Fix-o-Flat to a Snap On tool box, the possibilities are endless.  

I hate things just strewn about, say like the fresh Hell that is the interior of my wife's car.  I have a place for everything in my vehicle that I "need" from first aid to a Stanley FUBAR. (shout out to Casket.)

Discounting weapons for this discussion,  my most recent attempt and current work in progress is a MOLLE seat back panel from Sunrise Tactical Gear.   I recently purchased a tripod system off of the Hide and one of the goodies that came with it was a tripod bag in MC made by these folks that was very well done.   So when I saw the label, I jumped over to their site and saw this.  What is really cool about it is the fit.  Some of these things just don't fit tightly to the seat back, especially when weight is added.  Even empty, some sag.  These guys laminate a stiffening material in between the cordura that is just the right thickness to keep any reasonable weight tucked flat against the seat.

I've just started to figure out what to mount to it.  A LFer was selling a bunch of FS and BFG pouches, including the really cool BFG trauma kit pouch (stocked) so I mounted them for a visual.  Need a CAT pouch to go on the lid of the trauma kit and then see what to do with the other pouches.  In addition to this, I have an Eagle bag that Geromino recommended years ago that has some heavier stuff in it like tools and a HK flare gun kit so this new set up will augment that.20181019_171038

I truly like that setup, but in my AO, that would not last more than 48 hours!  Someone would surely break in to get it.  The most I'm willing to risk at this time is a black Thule bag with trauma kit, small first aid kit, flashlights and a decent folder in it.  Even then, I often move it from behind my seat to the covered hatchback.

Hang a beach towel or somehow "camo" that up with something to make it look like a seat cover.

 

Most will never look at / see the additional thickness.

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If you've got manual seats in your car you can also just lean the seat all the way back so you can't see what's on the back of it. If you need quick access it's only a lever pull away. If you have electric seats I guess you could do the same if you don't mind it taking a few seconds.

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