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3000 FOLLOWER GIVEAWAY
Pack Config reach 3000 followers this week, and to celebrate we are hosting a Giveaway!!! The prizes have been generously supplied by Triple Aught Design and Ru-titley. Unfortunately the Ranger Hoodie shown is most definitely NOT in the Giveaway (but it is currently being reviewed), but there is the possibility of a Grand Prize TBC (and another exciting opportunity…) for the person who comes in first place. Make sure you follow us to stay posted on that…
Entries for the GIVEAWAY takes three steps (you must complete all three).
1. InteractLike/Follow Triple Aught Design on Facebook or Twitter, follow Grey Ghost Gear on Facebook (you’ll find out why later!) AND check out Ru-titley's site and follow if your on Tumblr – I will be checking!
2. ReconTake ONE photo of your pack configuration (for tips on taking a prize winning image see below) and write a short paragraph about your favourite things about the kit/pack. Those who have previously been featured on Pack Config will need to take a new/different photo. It can be any brand of pack, but it must show some kind of configuration or modification i.e. not out-of-the-box.
3. SubmitEmail your photo and paragraph to packconfig@icloud.com before the end of the October when the Giveaway finishes. 

DetailsThe 3 winners will be the ones with the most popular entries. This will be measured by adding together the total number of interactions from: Tumblr (Likes & Reblogs), Facebook (Likes & Shares) and Twitter (Favourites & Re-Tweets)
The Giveaway will finish 31 October 2014 (the three winners will be announced in November), so make sure you get your entries in before then for a maximum chance to win. Entries will posted up from 1 October onwards and can be from anywhere in the world. Excessive reblogging/sharing/retweeting by the entrant, or failure to complete each of the steps, will result in disqualification – you have been warned.
Tips for taking your photos:Good quality and well composed shots always get lots of notes. Here are a few links to the kind of thing we’re looking for and hopefully will inspire you: Second image here, here, here, here, here, here, third image here, here, or display your pack with everything in it as you’d have it set up: second image here, third image here.
Finally make sure you follow/like us to keep up-to-date with any developments.
All the best everyone.
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packconfig:

3000 FOLLOWER GIVEAWAY
Pack Config reach 3000 followers this week, and to celebrate we are hosting a Giveaway!!! The prizes have been generously supplied by Triple Aught Design and Ru-titley. Unfortunately the Ranger Hoodie shown is most definitely NOT in the Giveaway (but it is currently being reviewed), but there is the possibility of a Grand Prize TBC (and another exciting opportunity…) for the person who comes in first place. Make sure you follow us to stay posted on that…
Entries for the GIVEAWAY takes three steps (you must complete all three).
1. InteractLike/Follow Triple Aught Design on Facebook or Twitter, follow Grey Ghost Gear on Facebook (you’ll find out why later!) AND check out Ru-titley's site and follow if your on Tumblr – I will be checking!
2. ReconTake ONE photo of your pack configuration (for tips on taking a prize winning image see below) and write a short paragraph about your favourite things about the kit/pack. Those who have previously been featured on Pack Config will need to take a new/different photo. It can be any brand of pack, but it must show some kind of configuration or modification i.e. not out-of-the-box.
3. SubmitEmail your photo and paragraph to packconfig@icloud.com before the end of the October when the Giveaway finishes. 

DetailsThe 3 winners will be the ones with the most popular entries. This will be measured by adding together the total number of interactions from: Tumblr (Likes & Reblogs), Facebook (Likes & Shares) and Twitter (Favourites & Re-Tweets)
The Giveaway will finish 31 October 2014 (the three winners will be announced in November), so make sure you get your entries in before then for a maximum chance to win. Entries will posted up from 1 October onwards and can be from anywhere in the world. Excessive reblogging/sharing/retweeting by the entrant, or failure to complete each of the steps, will result in disqualification – you have been warned.
Tips for taking your photos:Good quality and well composed shots always get lots of notes. Here are a few links to the kind of thing we’re looking for and hopefully will inspire you: Second image here, here, here, here, here, here, third image here, here, or display your pack with everything in it as you’d have it set up: second image here, third image here.
Finally make sure you follow/like us to keep up-to-date with any developments.
All the best everyone.
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packconfig:

3000 FOLLOWER GIVEAWAY
Pack Config reach 3000 followers this week, and to celebrate we are hosting a Giveaway!!! The prizes have been generously supplied by Triple Aught Design and Ru-titley. Unfortunately the Ranger Hoodie shown is most definitely NOT in the Giveaway (but it is currently being reviewed), but there is the possibility of a Grand Prize TBC (and another exciting opportunity…) for the person who comes in first place. Make sure you follow us to stay posted on that…
Entries for the GIVEAWAY takes three steps (you must complete all three).
1. InteractLike/Follow Triple Aught Design on Facebook or Twitter, follow Grey Ghost Gear on Facebook (you’ll find out why later!) AND check out Ru-titley's site and follow if your on Tumblr – I will be checking!
2. ReconTake ONE photo of your pack configuration (for tips on taking a prize winning image see below) and write a short paragraph about your favourite things about the kit/pack. Those who have previously been featured on Pack Config will need to take a new/different photo. It can be any brand of pack, but it must show some kind of configuration or modification i.e. not out-of-the-box.
3. SubmitEmail your photo and paragraph to packconfig@icloud.com before the end of the October when the Giveaway finishes. 

DetailsThe 3 winners will be the ones with the most popular entries. This will be measured by adding together the total number of interactions from: Tumblr (Likes & Reblogs), Facebook (Likes & Shares) and Twitter (Favourites & Re-Tweets)
The Giveaway will finish 31 October 2014 (the three winners will be announced in November), so make sure you get your entries in before then for a maximum chance to win. Entries will posted up from 1 October onwards and can be from anywhere in the world. Excessive reblogging/sharing/retweeting by the entrant, or failure to complete each of the steps, will result in disqualification – you have been warned.
Tips for taking your photos:Good quality and well composed shots always get lots of notes. Here are a few links to the kind of thing we’re looking for and hopefully will inspire you: Second image here, here, here, here, here, here, third image here, here, or display your pack with everything in it as you’d have it set up: second image here, third image here.
Finally make sure you follow/like us to keep up-to-date with any developments.
All the best everyone.
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packconfig:

3000 FOLLOWER GIVEAWAY

Pack Config reach 3000 followers this week, and to celebrate we are hosting a Giveaway!!! The prizes have been generously supplied by Triple Aught Design and Ru-titley. Unfortunately the Ranger Hoodie shown is most definitely NOT in the Giveaway (but it is currently being reviewed), but there is the possibility of a Grand Prize TBC (and another exciting opportunity…) for the person who comes in first place. Make sure you follow us to stay posted on that…

Entries for the GIVEAWAY takes three steps (you must complete all three).

1. Interact
Like/Follow Triple Aught Design on Facebook or Twitter, follow Grey Ghost Gear on Facebook (you’ll find out why later!) AND check out Ru-titley's site and follow if your on Tumblr – I will be checking!

2. Recon
Take ONE photo of your pack configuration (for tips on taking a prize winning image see below) and write a short paragraph about your favourite things about the kit/pack. Those who have previously been featured on Pack Config will need to take a new/different photo. It can be any brand of pack, but it must show some kind of configuration or modification i.e. not out-of-the-box.

3. Submit
Email your photo and paragraph to packconfig@icloud.com before the end of the October when the Giveaway finishes. 

Details
The 3 winners will be the ones with the most popular entries. This will be measured by adding together the total number of interactions from: Tumblr (Likes & Reblogs), Facebook (Likes & Shares) and Twitter (Favourites & Re-Tweets)

The Giveaway will finish 31 October 2014 (the three winners will be announced in November), so make sure you get your entries in before then for a maximum chance to win. Entries will posted up from 1 October onwards and can be from anywhere in the world. Excessive reblogging/sharing/retweeting by the entrant, or failure to complete each of the steps, will result in disqualification – you have been warned.

Tips for taking your photos:
Good quality and well composed shots always get lots of notes. Here are a few links to the kind of thing we’re looking for and hopefully will inspire you: Second image here, here, here, here, here, here, third image here, here, or display your pack with everything in it as you’d have it set up: second image here, third image here.

Finally make sure you follow/like us to keep up-to-date with any developments.

All the best everyone.

matt84w:

My humble SAK.
This is the piece of kit that I have owned/ carried longer than anything else (17yrs). I picked it up in Savognin, Switzerland back in 1997 aged 13. (I was there competing in an international trampoline competition, the Nissen Cup. Our accommodation was the nuclear fall out bunker under the village/town? church).
Unable to remember how many Swiss Francs this cost or what model it is but it has undoubtedly been good value as it has been across the globe with me. Every tool has been used for it’s intended purpose (and more). The only thing that has broken is the spring on the scissor (about 8yrs ago) and the scales are definitely showing their age.
I’ve been umming & aahing about replacing it for years. But as I haven’t I can only assume that it’s been up to every task I’ve ever asked it to do. It has been too good to replace & continues to be part of my EDC either in my pocked or bag.  The only other thing left to say is that I must have been a very wise 13yr old to make such a good investment.
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matt84w:

My humble SAK.
This is the piece of kit that I have owned/ carried longer than anything else (17yrs). I picked it up in Savognin, Switzerland back in 1997 aged 13. (I was there competing in an international trampoline competition, the Nissen Cup. Our accommodation was the nuclear fall out bunker under the village/town? church).
Unable to remember how many Swiss Francs this cost or what model it is but it has undoubtedly been good value as it has been across the globe with me. Every tool has been used for it’s intended purpose (and more). The only thing that has broken is the spring on the scissor (about 8yrs ago) and the scales are definitely showing their age.
I’ve been umming & aahing about replacing it for years. But as I haven’t I can only assume that it’s been up to every task I’ve ever asked it to do. It has been too good to replace & continues to be part of my EDC either in my pocked or bag.  The only other thing left to say is that I must have been a very wise 13yr old to make such a good investment.
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matt84w:

My humble SAK.
This is the piece of kit that I have owned/ carried longer than anything else (17yrs). I picked it up in Savognin, Switzerland back in 1997 aged 13. (I was there competing in an international trampoline competition, the Nissen Cup. Our accommodation was the nuclear fall out bunker under the village/town? church).
Unable to remember how many Swiss Francs this cost or what model it is but it has undoubtedly been good value as it has been across the globe with me. Every tool has been used for it’s intended purpose (and more). The only thing that has broken is the spring on the scissor (about 8yrs ago) and the scales are definitely showing their age.
I’ve been umming & aahing about replacing it for years. But as I haven’t I can only assume that it’s been up to every task I’ve ever asked it to do. It has been too good to replace & continues to be part of my EDC either in my pocked or bag.  The only other thing left to say is that I must have been a very wise 13yr old to make such a good investment.
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matt84w:

My humble SAK.
This is the piece of kit that I have owned/ carried longer than anything else (17yrs). I picked it up in Savognin, Switzerland back in 1997 aged 13. (I was there competing in an international trampoline competition, the Nissen Cup. Our accommodation was the nuclear fall out bunker under the village/town? church).
Unable to remember how many Swiss Francs this cost or what model it is but it has undoubtedly been good value as it has been across the globe with me. Every tool has been used for it’s intended purpose (and more). The only thing that has broken is the spring on the scissor (about 8yrs ago) and the scales are definitely showing their age.
I’ve been umming & aahing about replacing it for years. But as I haven’t I can only assume that it’s been up to every task I’ve ever asked it to do. It has been too good to replace & continues to be part of my EDC either in my pocked or bag.  The only other thing left to say is that I must have been a very wise 13yr old to make such a good investment.
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matt84w:

My humble SAK.

This is the piece of kit that I have owned/ carried longer than anything else (17yrs). I picked it up in Savognin, Switzerland back in 1997 aged 13. (I was there competing in an international trampoline competition, the Nissen Cup. Our accommodation was the nuclear fall out bunker under the village/town? church).

Unable to remember how many Swiss Francs this cost or what model it is but it has undoubtedly been good value as it has been across the globe with me. Every tool has been used for it’s intended purpose (and more). The only thing that has broken is the spring on the scissor (about 8yrs ago) and the scales are definitely showing their age.

I’ve been umming & aahing about replacing it for years. But as I haven’t I can only assume that it’s been up to every task I’ve ever asked it to do. It has been too good to replace & continues to be part of my EDC either in my pocked or bag.

The only other thing left to say is that I must have been a very wise 13yr old to make such a good investment.

Pack Config Team Rubicon Fundraising Patch Release
Together with its little brother Praetorian Honor, Pack Config has designed a patch to support the very worthy organisation Team Rubicon. All of the net profit from each purchase will be donated to Team Rubicon. Our aim here at Pack Config is to raise enough to fund a number of Domestic Deployment and International Deployment Kits, details of what these kits contain can be found here.
Help us support Team Rubicon by making an order today. The 100% embroidered patch is 2.5” square (size is still TBC) and comes with hook & loop backing for easy attachment. Made in the USA by a highly reputable patch manufacturer the quality will be outstanding.
BY ORDERING YOU ARE MAKING A PRE-ORDER PAYMENT. The patches have not been produced yet, but all orders should be fulfilled by the end of August (customers will be kept updated via their PayPal email address, or other email if specified in the payment process).
If you are an international customer (including US outlying islands), please email us here for payment options.
To make an order and for more details please click here
About the PatchThe TR construction helmet is an iconic part of the a typical deployment kit. The crossed spades represent the hard, physical work that the team often undertake. A Roman style crown (or corona) surrounds everything. Crowns like these were rewarded to the soldiers who were first to step on an enemies battlements, first to step into an enemy camp, etc. this relates to Team Rubicons ability to move fast and often be the first on the scene of disaster, echoing their slogan “Bridge the Gap”.
Keep your eye out for various Team Rubicon themed posts over the next week or so…
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Pack Config Team Rubicon Fundraising Patch Release
Together with its little brother Praetorian Honor, Pack Config has designed a patch to support the very worthy organisation Team Rubicon. All of the net profit from each purchase will be donated to Team Rubicon. Our aim here at Pack Config is to raise enough to fund a number of Domestic Deployment and International Deployment Kits, details of what these kits contain can be found here.
Help us support Team Rubicon by making an order today. The 100% embroidered patch is 2.5” square (size is still TBC) and comes with hook & loop backing for easy attachment. Made in the USA by a highly reputable patch manufacturer the quality will be outstanding.
BY ORDERING YOU ARE MAKING A PRE-ORDER PAYMENT. The patches have not been produced yet, but all orders should be fulfilled by the end of August (customers will be kept updated via their PayPal email address, or other email if specified in the payment process).
If you are an international customer (including US outlying islands), please email us here for payment options.
To make an order and for more details please click here
About the PatchThe TR construction helmet is an iconic part of the a typical deployment kit. The crossed spades represent the hard, physical work that the team often undertake. A Roman style crown (or corona) surrounds everything. Crowns like these were rewarded to the soldiers who were first to step on an enemies battlements, first to step into an enemy camp, etc. this relates to Team Rubicons ability to move fast and often be the first on the scene of disaster, echoing their slogan “Bridge the Gap”.
Keep your eye out for various Team Rubicon themed posts over the next week or so…
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Pack Config Team Rubicon Fundraising Patch Release

Together with its little brother Praetorian Honor, Pack Config has designed a patch to support the very worthy organisation Team Rubicon. All of the net profit from each purchase will be donated to Team Rubicon. Our aim here at Pack Config is to raise enough to fund a number of Domestic Deployment and International Deployment Kits, details of what these kits contain can be found here.

Help us support Team Rubicon by making an order today. The 100% embroidered patch is 2.5” square (size is still TBC) and comes with hook & loop backing for easy attachment. Made in the USA by a highly reputable patch manufacturer the quality will be outstanding.

BY ORDERING YOU ARE MAKING A PRE-ORDER PAYMENT.
The patches have not been produced yet, but all orders should be fulfilled by the end of August (customers will be kept updated via their PayPal email address, or other email if specified in the payment process).

If you are an international customer (including US outlying islands), please email us here for payment options.

To make an order and for more details please click here

About the Patch
The TR construction helmet is an iconic part of the a typical deployment kit. The crossed spades represent the hard, physical work that the team often undertake. A Roman style crown (or corona) surrounds everything. Crowns like these were rewarded to the soldiers who were first to step on an enemies battlements, first to step into an enemy camp, etc. this relates to Team Rubicons ability to move fast and often be the first on the scene of disaster, echoing their slogan “Bridge the Gap”.

Keep your eye out for various Team Rubicon themed posts over the next week or so…

thenewartemis:

ashleyhennefer:

OK, friends, I’m calling on you for help! I’m trying to win $25K for my nonprofit, the Northern Nevada Tool Library. We provide access to tools, electronics, school supplies and more to the entire Northern Nevada region. This is a vital service for people in our community who can’t afford or manage tools they need.
We were accepted into this Wells Fargo contest at the last minute, so we have just ONE DAY left for people to vote for us. Please visit our Wells Fargo contest entry and vote—you don’t have to sign up for anything, just click the “vote for this” button.
Thank you for your support!

Besides running The New Artemis, I also direct a nonprofit tool library where we provide tools/electronics to people in the community. Please take a second and vote for us to help us win $25K. Thanks for your support (for both the tool library and The New Artemis).
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thenewartemis:

ashleyhennefer:

OK, friends, I’m calling on you for help! I’m trying to win $25K for my nonprofit, the Northern Nevada Tool Library. We provide access to tools, electronics, school supplies and more to the entire Northern Nevada region. This is a vital service for people in our community who can’t afford or manage tools they need.
We were accepted into this Wells Fargo contest at the last minute, so we have just ONE DAY left for people to vote for us. Please visit our Wells Fargo contest entry and vote—you don’t have to sign up for anything, just click the “vote for this” button.
Thank you for your support!

Besides running The New Artemis, I also direct a nonprofit tool library where we provide tools/electronics to people in the community. Please take a second and vote for us to help us win $25K. Thanks for your support (for both the tool library and The New Artemis).
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thenewartemis:

ashleyhennefer:

OK, friends, I’m calling on you for help! I’m trying to win $25K for my nonprofit, the Northern Nevada Tool Library. We provide access to tools, electronics, school supplies and more to the entire Northern Nevada region. This is a vital service for people in our community who can’t afford or manage tools they need.

We were accepted into this Wells Fargo contest at the last minute, so we have just ONE DAY left for people to vote for us. Please visit our Wells Fargo contest entry and vote—you don’t have to sign up for anything, just click the “vote for this” button.

Thank you for your support!

Besides running The New Artemis, I also direct a nonprofit tool library where we provide tools/electronics to people in the community. Please take a second and vote for us to help us win $25K. Thanks for your support (for both the tool library and The New Artemis).

Awesome mail call from Huckberry, an Arcade Belt Co. belt – Midnight edition. Seriously comfortable. I’ll have to find a way to test the ‘bomb-proof’ buckle!

Awesome mail call from Huckberry, an Arcade Belt Co. belt – Midnight edition. Seriously comfortable. I’ll have to find a way to test the ‘bomb-proof’ buckle!