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- 600D Polyester
- 12.5" high
- 18" wide
- Made of highest quality material
- Manufacturer: Red Rock Outdoor Gear
- Red rock gear assault pack black
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The Assault Pack is our most popular tactical day pack; ideal for day missions or hikes.
- Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 18 x 12.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00767EKA6
- Item model number: 9005375
- Date first available at Amazon.com: February 6, 2012
- #47 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Hunting & Fishing > Hunting > Gun Accessories, Maintenance & Storage > Gun Holsters, Cases & Bags > Bags & Packs > Tactical Bags & Packs > Tactical Backpacks
- #499 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Hunting & Fishing > Tactical & Personal Defense
- #1299 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Hunting & Fishing > Shooting
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It's worth the price. I don't expect to be able to hike for hours with it on and be comfortable. But for bag that you can keep in your vehicle, it's perfect.
Oh, and that's not real molle.
The picture is everything I've managed to out inside of it.
I liked this bag at first...it's a good starter pack to get into the Tactical Lifestyle. I've had this bag for about a year now using it daily and it's starting to show its wear. This is NOT a tough bag...it has a rugged look but the polyester it is constructed of is thin and flimsy. The top handle feels cheap and will rip if you pull it too quickly. You get what you pay for and all my Red Rock gear is sitting in the trash now. Which is sad because I really liked this bag when I first got it.
The PVC lining on the inside is cracking and peeling away in chunks and you can see straight through the bag where it's missing. The water resistance is next to none, I took mine on a camping trip and had it stuck in the rain where everything got drenched.
I have since bought the Maxpedition Falcon 2 which this bag is based off of and the quality is next to none. Save your money and don't buy this bag, buy something better quality. It wants to be good...but it's not. Quite a let down.
First, and in my opinion biggest problem is that the webbing on this is NOT MOLLE compatible. True MOLLE uses the PALS webbing system for accessory attachment. PALS is 1 inch strips with 1 inch spacing. As can bee seen from the photographs the spacing is incorrect on this pack making it very difficult to attach anything to, in fact the spacing is inconsistent on the pack as it has more than one incorrect spacing pattern itself. Also the stitching is too close together as can be seen in the image with the holster causing the hard straps of the holster to bunch closer together than design.
Second, and some might consider this a positive thing, the Pack is very heavy. The pack is made from some very nice nylon material but it weighs quite a bit on its own and in my opinion is way too heavy for such a small pack.
I picked up a cheap $20 pack at walmart from Outdoor Products that is much lighter AND has proper MOLLE spacing.
Thirdly I found the shoulder straps to fit weirdly and pinch the back of my neck, and if allowed to hang down in the back enough to avoid this, the narrow straps were uncomfortable on my shoulders as they didn't disperse the weight wide enough
Now for positives, the Pack appears to be made of high durability material, and should be moderately water resistant as the interior is PVC coated, however the stitching is not waterproof. I would say this would be a good BOAT pack as it can handle being tossed around and thrown about your boat.
Plus with all the small compartments it would organization of a small amount of items rather easy.
In summary I don't recommend it for any long wear situations as it is uncomfortable, nor is it at all useful if you need to use the MOLLE system. It is highly durable so if you don't intend to wear it or use the MOLLE it should last you many years.
Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF): A great little pack that you can toss a few things in (for a day hike) and compress the bag, or stuff the heck out of it and spend the weekend or prepare for the apocalypse. Comfortable and fully adjustable. **Warning, the sleeve for a hydration bag is on the smaller size so be sure to get a smaller volume.**
- Three compartments on the front. Two small stacked on one another and a full sized 3/4 zipped compartment. The smallest compartment is on the top and is just a double zipper pouch that you an stuff and has velcro molle system on. The second smallest compartment has an internal storage area for pens/pencils and smalls. Much like you would see is a school backpack. The largest of the three compartments has another sleeved area that you can store small entities in. Each compartment has double zippers, however, they do not completely clam-shell flat. They zip most of the way open which is good so you don't dump everything out.
- One LARGE compartment that complete clam shells open FLAT with a small zipper and a mesh sleeve. This is great for putting bigger items, and the clam shell design allows you to open up and lay flat (if you unclip the side compression straps) to look at everything you packed.
- Hydration sleeve. Might be able to put a tablet or small laptop in, or a lower volume hydration bag. I ran the tube and mouthpiece out the top and fixed to the strap with a elastic strap.
When I went on a day hike, I took a pull-over fleece, a full hydration bag (Camelbak), a couple oranges, knife, protein bars, cell phone, and a small fire starting kit. I had the compression straps cinched down to compress the bag to prevent unwanted movement. When I have more of my "survival" gear packed in the bag, I can let out the straps and have full capacity. Very satisfied with the room. I can have Altoid Tins lengthwise projecting out in the secondary compartment and still can zip shut. So much room.
There is a full Molle system on the pack. Underneath you can hang down a bonus bag or maybe a small sleeping roll. Both sides have one strip of useable Molle with a quick-clip system. The back has the velcro on the top small compartment to personalize and the full panel underneath. Looks sturdy and works well with my beaner and quick-clip system.