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Teaser: SKRAM Organizer Insert from 5col Survival Supply

5col Survival Supply is working on their own updated, custom organizer insert for the “Survival Kit, Ready Access Modular” or SKRAM. This new insert boasts a number of improvements over the original. You can learn about the original here: SKRAM Organizer Insert

The new organizer can be used with the SKRAM Go Bag or to organize your own pack. It can also be used as a car/truck-seat mounted organizer thanks to the addition of new mounting loops.

The updated version of the SKRAM Organizer Insert has 3 zippered mesh pockets with a high visibility backing. It features a grab handle for easy retrieval. The insert is approximately 17x9x4″ so it should fit a wide variety of packs.

Keep your eye on 5col.com for details when they become available.

5col Survival Supply Attachenator Kit

5col Survival Supply’s Attachenator Kit is now available. This clever kit comes with everything you need to attach all kinds of gear to a PALS grid, a backpack, your belt, and more.

The kit includes:

  • 4 ITW GTSP Cordlocs
  • 5 ft. 1/8″ diameter Shock Cord
  • 5 ft. MIL-C-5040h Type 3 Parachute Cord

This kit can be very convenient for the guy who doesn’t already have these components on hand. In order to piece together a kit like this, you would have to buy all the separate components in bulk which not everyone wants to do.

I have used these same components to do all kinds of things like:

  • Mount a TQ to a PALS grid
  • Attach trekking poles to a backpack
  • Attach water bottles to a backpack shoulder strap
  • Make a strap for managing a sling on a rifle
  • Make retaining straps or a grid for securing bulky outerwear to a pack
  • Make adjustable dummy cords for gear like a compass

Check out the Attachenator Kit at 5col.com.

Sneak Peek: 5col Survival Supply HPG Kit Bag Survival Kit

5col Survival Supply is developing a survival kit designed specifically to fit the Hill People Gear Kit Bag. The kit features quality components from Solkoa Survival Systems, Aquamira, UCO, and more. Given the versatile load carrying capability of the Kit Bag and it’s ability to stay with the wearer even when they have to drop their pack, I am surprised there hasn’t been other similar kits developed.

Stay tuned for additional details.

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