Thread: personal equipment
01-18-2008, 09:09 PM #51WFDFire2156Firehouse.com Guest
i carry a lot of stuff, i guess i can handle it........ who wants to be running back and forth for things that are very easy to stick in your bunker gear pockets or on a rubberband on you lid. Makes no sense to me why people would complain about the weight. For example say you got called to a unknown type of call say a 911 hangup in a highrise say 10 stories and the call turned out to be a stabbing...........would you wana run back down to the rig for ems gloves or just pull them outa your pocket......think about it.
01-19-2008, 11:55 AM #52
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- Jan 2008
Less is more
I'm very big into the concept of less is more. Never carry anything in your gear that you don't have a definite practical application for.
Helmet: 1 Door chock...I used to carry a helmet light too but i thought to myself...if I have my hand light on me then why do i need that little thing.
All I carry in my jacket:
Fire Fighting Gloves
20' of webbing in a water knot
Bail out Rope
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