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Which bag/pouch for Swedish Army Trangia Cooker?

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by ADz-1983, Jul 25, 2017.

  1. ADz-1983

    ADz-1983 Native

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    Hi,

    Does anybody have any recommendations for a bag that wil fit the SAT setup correctly? If you use this system sometimes, which bag you using/prefer?

    TIA


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  2. Bazzworx

    Bazzworx Full Member

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    I used a gas mask bag when I had a SAT.
     
  3. IC_Rafe

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    Just use whatever you have i'd say. i stick my cooking stuff in an old sleeping bag stuff sack. This is one of the cases where it just really doesn't matter :p
     
  4. bikething

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    1 half of a 58 pattern webbing kidney pouch is pretty much a perfect fit for it, but a bit heavy.
     
  5. Dark Horse Dave

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    There's a trader on ebay and Etsy called 3treesproducts (No connection) who makes nice little light canvas stuff sacks for them. I have one and like it for its old school vibe. Other than that there was a thread on here a while ago (I'll try to find a link later) by a chap who had a very nice set-up using half a Swiss army double belt pouch (think waterproof 58 kidney pouch)

    Edit: link to the thread I was thinking of: http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=139566
     
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  6. Tonyuk

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    I used an old drawstring bag.

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  7. Hammock_man

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    +1 for half a 58 kidney pouch set.
     
  8. Monspoonmaker

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    British Army respirator bag. They come in camo, green and black. Big enough for SAT and other brew kit. Usually available for £5-£12.
     
  9. Jaeger

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    Aye Up,

    Swiss kidney pouch set up was this -

    Swisspouch(vi).jpg

    They come as an attached pair for about three and a half quid.

    Easily modified to a single (just unpick stitching).

    SAT1..jpg

    And can hold the stove with accessories plus a boil in the bag meal.

    SAT2..jpg SAT10..jpg
     
  10. ADz-1983

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    Thanks guys, will have a look into these. :)


    EDIT: Went for the 58 pattern Kidney pouch. Just what I was looking for, Thanks :)
     
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    Always meant to get a drawstring bag for mine, some good suggestions for alternatives here gents. Thank you 👍🏻
     
  12. Corso

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    that looks like a great base for a mod

    what are the dimensions of each pouch?
     
  13. Jaeger

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    Aye Up Corso,

    Dims as shown in image. As the pouch is flexible it will hold slightly more than a rigid container of the same dims.

    The material is rubber-ised Cordura so it is quite tough and water resistant ('58 webbing was a bitch when it got soaked!)

    You can just make out in the images that I have mod'd the pouch so that it has a lid grab handle and a remove-able shoulder strap.

    Swiss Army Kidney Pouch Dims.jpg SAT1..jpg SAT2..jpg :)
     
  14. Alan 13~7

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    Center of picture is one half of a Canvas Ammunition Magazine pouch Baghdad Iraq Supplies Soldier Military which is a perfect fit for the SAT stove also the S10 Respirator Gas Mask Bag is my go to for my SAT
    The S10 is a little more spacious & will easily hold the SAT in its ammo pouch with room to spare for other "Stuff"!


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    Hadn't realized at first but like adz -1983, Bikething, & hammock man

    Mine is also actually one half of a 58 pattern kidney Pouch SAT fits perfectly I "NOW" vaguely remember doing the surgery on these to separate them probably about 30 years ago I keep tools in the other half & had totally forgotten, they were conjoined. Expertly separated & refinished (self praise) you would never know they were once joined at the hip even fooled me....

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    like Jaegers swiss pouches but canvas
     
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  15. Janne

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  16. Scots_Charles_River

    Scots_Charles_River Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    The british army issue gas mask bag fits it. It has a shoulder strap and space for brew kit. Online you can get them unused for a fiver.
     
  17. Bishop

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    1940 Swedish Infantry.jpg
    Swedish Infantry circa 1940 demonstrating the 'correct' way to carry the mess-tins.
    Bushcrafter's thankfully have a more relaxed uniform code so any bag is a good bag.
     

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