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Unread 08-04-2011, 11:02 AM
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USGI Modular Sleep system (Woodland)

I am receiving a two extra sets of these from a bid I placed. I'm just wondering if anyone on here might be interested in purchasing one. This isnt a for sale ad, it is a question of interest. I will place the ad when I acquire them and anyone that might be interested I will keep you in mind when I receive them.
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    Unread 08-04-2011, 02:56 PM
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    Re: USGI Modular Sleep system (Woodland)

    A Question what is this we are talking about a sleeping bag or something similar or different
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    Re: USGI Modular Sleep system (Woodland)

    USGI sleep system consist of one zero degee bag one light weight summer bag and a gortex rain fly all combine into one system for realy cold nights. I never had to use anything other than the summer bag and the gortex. unlike alot of other GI gear these are very well made.
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    I absolutely loved mine while I was in the service. They are top notch. Anyway they are the perfect backpacking sleep system since you wouldnt even need a tent for most circumstances. That bivy cover really does a good job. icanhithimman is right. The intermediate bag alone not coupled with the patrol bag is usually almost all you ever need. Now if your sleeping in dead of winter I would recommend putting it all together just so your cosey.
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    Unread 08-04-2011, 05:38 PM
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    Re: USGI Modular Sleep system (Woodland)

    here's a youtube video of it.
    It has some good pictures and such. Very informal video but its long.

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    Re: USGI Modular Sleep system (Woodland)

    how much ? kind of heavy . but still interesting
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    Re: USGI Modular Sleep system (Woodland)

    I'm going to pick them up on Thursday. This is just an interest post. I see that they are going for $150 online. I'd really like to get an honest assesment on them before I give you guys a price. I can tell you though I will definately beat $150.
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