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  • CharlieRFDPres
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    hes your info

    BUMP^

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  • northhfd068
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    On my helmet
    -door chock
    -light(cheep throw away kind)
    Jacket
    -nomex hood
    -three door chocks
    -hand flash light
    -leatherman tool
    Pants
    -20' 3/8" rope w/ two Locking D rings
    -spanner wrench
    -gloves
    -wire cutters(very good to have!!!)
    -seat belt cutter

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  • redmedusa41
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    L and r bunker pants...gloves
    inside coat...nomex
    outside coat...pens,chap stick, Eddie Bugs glasses, assorted cigs,lighters, a few cell phones,chemical heat packs, trauma shears and anything else the guys toss, heav or launch at me in the heat of the moment. what's not in my pockets is on the front passanger seat of the attack truck. And someones radio.

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  • AXMAN620
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    left chest pocket radio
    around my neck knife
    right pants R glove and door tags
    40' tubluar webbing
    and a large carabiner
    left pants L glove and x nomex
    helmet pelican light

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  • AXMAN620
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    left chest pocket radio
    around my neck knife
    right pants R glove and door tags
    left pants L glove and x nomex
    helmet pelican light

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  • mike mcdonald
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    SOME OF YOU WONT MAKE IT BACK OUT!!!!


    Come on guys and girls In this topic I hardly hear any one say WIRE CUTTERS. You really should carry them

    My gear consist of a leather NewYorker. Rubber inertube that hold my door wedges,and stream light. Carnes firefighting gogles.

    In my coat I Carry (Iam left handed) L pocket
    Rubber door straps
    golf tees
    leatherman out of ist case.(I cant work it with my gloves on)
    R pocket rescue gloves.

    radio pocket A craftman accucut. Works nice

    Inside pocket Saftey glasses spare pack of smokes

    Pants l side 50 ft.escape roap attatched to a beener. Pants r side (2) 14 ft rescue loops each attatched to a beener. I can use these to make a hand cuff knot,rescue harness, Extend my search off a search rope or hose line, use them to drag a down fireman. A fire instructor that taught my fire fighter rescue FRED BALES Central pa. introduced it to me.

    pant loops Survior light that I wear on my chest strap on my scba. A gloves on the other loop


    MAKE SURE YOU HAVE WHAT YOU NEED TO GET BACK OUT

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  • psfb
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    Left Coat pocket - Gerber multi tool, golf tees, 4x door wedges, 2x 6ft webbing straps with cam buckles

    Right Coat Pocket - Gloves, 6" adjustable spanner, snap off knife, shears, Boa Constrictor (these are fantastic for opening or closing just about anything

    Clipped to jacket - Pelican Super Sabrelight, and most importantly - a whistle

    Bunker Pants - I wish, they don't give us anything that fancy!

    [ 01-26-2002: Message edited by: psfb ]

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  • fl4ian
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    right coat pocket:
    streamlight

    left coat pocket:
    fire gloves

    front coat pocket:
    radio

    left arm pocket:
    7' tubular webbing in double stiched loops

    right bunker pocket:
    pen and pad of paper
    folding spanner

    left bunker pocket:
    overhaul (simple leather) gloves

    inside helmet:
    extra hood

    [ 01-11-2002: Message edited by: fl4ian ]

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  • wsfiremn
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    My brother do to my size I have nothing but lint and ash in my pockets I am assigned to a rescue unit therefore I have everything in my "toolbox" and the some.


    just my .02 cents

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  • coachlawley56
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    right coat pocket=latex gloves, tb mask, rubber door stops, window punch

    left coat pocket=folding knife, rubber door stops, chalk, door chocks

    right chest pocket=radio, 3d cell maglite

    right pant pocket=gloves, extra hood, 15 ft rope

    left pant pocket=extra gloves, 30ft webbing, small towel

    I like to carry things that will aid my escape or help in the saving of a victim. These things make me feel more prepared and safer.

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  • GenoSheq
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    On my helmet- a mini maglight

    bunker coat- Flashlight, fire fighting gloves and hood

    pants- personal rope, leatherman, door chocks, leather gloves, cotton gloves and a tennis ball(? just found it at a fire)

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  • E-23
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    Nothing on the hemet (I did the flashlight thing and you can't see through smoke anyway and the thing got real heavy, real fast)

    Door wedges in my coat poket (and gloves and flash hood when my gear is hanging on the rack)

    spanner wrench and 9 ft. piece of rope in bunker pants

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  • FM61
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    helemt: 2 door stops, 4 golf tees(for plugging fuel lines) and a flashlight

    bunker coat: leather gloves for rolling hose, training and bush fires, spanner and pocket knife
    streamlight on utility hook

    bunker pants: belt with crash axe, ems pouch, ringers extrication gloves, leatherman. adjustment straps I hang a pelican light and fire gloves and rescue rope. pockets: second spanner, elevator key, sprinkler wrench with 2 screw-in plugs, hood, pens(for med reports), window punch, 10' webbing. not sure if I can fit anything else

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  • SmokeJockey
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    What Do I have in my pockets?
    In my bunker pants:
    Left side--FF gloves and My flash hood
    Right Side-- Flashlight(water proof of course), search/personal escape rope, spanner wrench, spare gloves, latex exam gloves, door chocks, walkie, personal strobe light.
    In my coat:
    left side--golf tees (hazmat plugs)
    right side--Garraty light(can't have too many lighs!), can of Skoal(gotta have it in a Pinch!)
    On my helmet:
    Gerber multi-tool, strobe flasher, door chock, accountability tag, and another flashlight. plus a whole lot of cool stickers.
    On my "Bat Belt"-- Truckman Axe and a Rhino mini crow bar.

    in case you couldn't tell, I love my tools and use them all the time.

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  • airpack
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    Any body ever try carrying a few 16 penny hardened concrete nails 3inch. They work great as door chocks if you jamb the point of the nail into a hinge screw head and you don't have to worry about going back for your wood blocks. The nails only cost about$.01 a piece.

    Just my $.02 worth
    Airpack

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