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.
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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!
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Great amount of space and pockets placed well. Found the pockets to be larger than expected after reading other reviews. I'm adding some pics of common objects to give you an idea of size - beer cans, altoids tin, 2x4 sections (didn't take time to cut'em but would have zipped up if about 12"), tuna cans, the ibuprofin bottle is about 3" dia. x 5"(ok, pics are pretty bad but you get the idea...). Pockets on shoulder straps might actually be a little too big for my taste but might be good for someone else.
Straps and connection points are multiple and well placed. Many other packs don't have molle straps on the bottom (which I do find useful occasionally).
Padding seems sufficient enough to carry more weight than I care to and do it comfortably. I didn't get a chance to really put it to the test but loading it up and wearing it around the house it seemed comfortable enough if you use the hip belt (see more on that below).
Material seems strong enough to take more than reasonable amounts of abuse and abrasion.
Biggest problem - NO COMPRESSION STRAPS! Anything with much space needs the ability to keep stuff from slopping around while on the move. Typically I don't ever like to fill my bag more than 2/3 full in case adjustments need to be made while out (pick things up, trade or carry things for tired/injured people in the group) and sometimes you just don't need that much stuff.
Next biggest problem - Adjustments. Now my problem won't bother most people. I'm 5'3" about 150# and had a very hard time adjusting properly. 30" waist and could NOT get the hip belt small enough to support any weight in the pack without several layers of clothing. Shoulder straps finally felt comfy after a lot of messing around but it seems like the tow strap on top might cause issues after a few miles.
Stitching may be fine but just looking (not really putting it through the paces) did not inspire confidence in the long term. Just my opinion.
Wide sections on hip belt hold in a lot of body heat. Can't be very comfy in hot/humid/high activity situations.
One last thing - pockets on the hip belt might be fine for soft objects but hard stuff will be very uncomfortable if tight enough to support any weight The thought of using it for a pistol (in factory pic) seems ridiculous to me. You could never get to it if you really needed it. Nice place to keep your TP though (something else that's very nice to have when you really need it).
I ended up returning this and finally broke down and got the 5-11 72. Very happy with that one so far, but I had absolutely better be at more than twice the price!!! If I could've adjusted it small enough (mainly hip belt) I would have sewed on some compression straps and probably been very happy with this pack.
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