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British Army Jungle Sleeping Bag Compression Sack

Jungle Sleeping Bag Compression Sack

$10.95
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Jungle Sleeping Bag Compression Sack

The British Army Jungle Sleeping Bag Compression Sack is a small-sized stuff sack that was originally issued with the British Army Jungle Sleeping Bag. This stuff sack can be used to hold things like fleece blankets, jackets, or other essential gear that you need to have ready to go at a moments notice without taking up much valuable cargo space.

SKU:  UK-BA-JSB-CS

Category:Military Surplus Sleeping Bags

Availability: In Stock

$10.95

The British Army Jungle Sleeping Bag Compression Sack is one of the most useful compression sacks. We have all seen large compression sacks that are made for carrying huge volumes of gear which few of us actually have. With this small sized compression sack, you can place only your most essential soft gear into it. The benefit for using this smaller compression sack comes from your need to carefully chose your gear so that you are only stuffing your most important gear into each compression sack you buy.

If you are not lucky enough to own a British Army Jungle Sleeping Bag you can still find plenty of great uses for this compression sack. One of the best uses is to store emergency wet weather clothing in one and keep it in the truck of your car. Should you find yourself stuck on the side of the road in the rain, knowing you have a wet weather emergency pack in your truck would help keep you dry and safe. The dimensions of this stuff sack make it ideal for holding clothing, small tools, and other assorted items that are essential but not bulky.

Features:
  • Authentic British Army Compression Sack
  • Designated "COMPRESSION SACK FOR JUNGLE SLEEPING BAG"
  • NSN# 8465-99-869-5311

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David 8/4/2016 8/4/20163:51 AM
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good small compression stuffsack.
I'll use mine to hold a GI Patrol bag, looks just right. I may order more, like it a lot.
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Valentino-Banat Wilderness & Urban Survival Training_ 25/5/2016 25/5/20161:35 AM
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Just perfect for having a neat backpacking packed!
I just got this sack today with intention to use for my patrol sleeping bag that come with the G.I Military Modular Sleeping Bag and I am so happy that I did. Its working just perfect! I am looking forward to get few more for the bivy and other gear and save some space and time too ( and $ too :) ). Tomorrow its in the way another sac for the France tent.... let see how this two will work together. ;)
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This sack will not work from what I saw with the" Intermediate Cold Weather Sleeping Bag"! Its to small. We need to look for a little bigger sack!
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Terry 5/10/2016 5/10/20165:35 AM
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Brand new and great quality. Holds a poncho liner, a mylar sleeping bag and a space blanket.
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sam 29/4/2016 29/4/20164:38 PM
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i now have 2 of these small stuff sacks .these are perfect for packing your items into your back pack. and the weight savings awesome .
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Lionel 26/4/2016 26/4/20162:23 PM
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very well made
good quality, a little smaller than I suspected , but it does the job for the right sleeping bag
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