Explorer Tactical Gun Concealment Backpack With Molle Webbing Hydration Ready
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- Material: 600D x 600D polyester
- 6 zipper pocket in front, 4 side pockets, two top handles
- Two back enlarged iphone & sunglass pockets
- Full Velcro covers the top front pocket
- Hydration ready, 1 laptop long pocket, 1 iPad easy access pocket, Molle strap front
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This Explorer tactical backpack is a great aternative for carrying all your gear for your trips. It could be a short trip or across the country. It has a convenient hydration compartment for a 3 Lts Water Bladder (not included). This is a great backpacker deal. This can be used as a backpack for hiking, camping or it can be used as a tactical bag for guns.
Top Customer Reviews
Big enough for a three day LRP. Like, really actually big enough.
Lots of divided pockets. Keep your kit orderly.
Good structural integrity, good manufacture. After 30 days of banging around in my truck, being shouldered by one strap and generally maligned, I see no points of failure.
Top load straps to secure large loads makes sense for this bag, as it helps keep the center of gravity high.
No frame. This bag is just on the upside of too big to go without any structure. The bottom sags a bit too much because it has no structure, and it is a comfort and maneuverability problem. After three or four days hiking this bag around, you would be ready to chuck it over a cliff.
No cinch straps. Yes, this bag is big, and if you underload, you have NO way to tighten it to your body, it all just hangs over your butt. This sucks huge. Like really sucks. Uncomfortable after 3 miles. Probably debilitating after 50.
As a bag of last resort, this has a lot going for it. It is excellent for that, actually. If I had time, I would load this thing out, though.
Don't buy, spend the same money on something better, something mil-spec.
The bad: the item page shows a handgun being placed in the waistbelt pouch which initially looks like a great way to carry when out hiking. Those pouches wrap around your kidney area, so good luck getting to your firearm without dropping your pack or becoming a twister expert. Secondly, those side pouches on the belt are not movable and need to CURVE around your kidney area. You do NOT want to try and carry something hard and non flexible digging into your kidneys all day.
This thing is sizable, and lacking any sort of rigid support, will lead to a sagging pack that is very difficult to get to ride comfortably. I can't imagine doing a multiday hike like I often do here in FL with a sagging shifting load riding on me. Returned it after loading it and walking around the house for a few minutes. This just won't work for my purposes.
An unobtrusive internal frame system like what's on a BFM and movable belt pouches would make this well worth the money. As is, it's a no go at this station.
I purchased this to be used as a foot of the bed/take camping emergency/shtf bag!
Has many pockets that are nearly every size you want, and you may not end up filling them all!!
I'm a skinny guy, I weigh 111ish pounds strong but skinny. I have yet to weigh it but I would say it is roughly 35-40 pounds when I take my Molle attachments in to account!
The straps are in perfect locations for nearly every size person when you adjust them accordingly. The "gun compartments" are perfect for any smaller size hand gun or any quick grab items like a filter straw, compass, use your imagination, experiment, engineer!
Al the zipper function, and I saw no initial defects, even as I loaded stuff in, I get little resistance but can still fee how durable the backpack is. And the handle on top feels very tough and latched on strong!
I'm looking forward to a full tea world situation to play with it.. Come on June!!!
Must add this is for adults or much larger kids!
More pictures to come!