Greyman Tactical, in a Rucker
Bought the GMT molle sheet for my GoRuck Rucker. What has the addition of it done? Made everything so much more organized. With it the way I have it set up, I'm good to go with that 20L bag for an overnight in the woods.....great "get home bag" wife got one for her Bullet Ruck.....going to get one for behind the seat and one other bag I have.... If being organized and having everything readily available is what you want, then the GMT molle sheets are what you want!!
For starters, the pack is the GoRuck Bullet 10L. There’s a MOLLE first aide pouch on the back, which was really the only organization the pack had other than the built in zipper pouches. That was my only issue with the pack, lack of organization, but it was still a cool pack. When I saw your Bullet 10L RIP-M, MOLLE panel, I knew I wanted one, but it was out of stock. So I just clicked the “notify me when available” button and within a month, I got an email from Greyman Tactical that it was back in stock. I also knew I’d just have utility and organization pouches on it. So on the RIP-M I have mounted the following pouches: small utility shingle with an admin pouch on the front, a large utility shingle with an EDC organizer and vertical utility pouch on the front. I also added your grab handle and 2 shockloops, just in case. So here’s the first impression. To begin with, I was kind of surprised that my order fit in a large envelope. Once it opened, I was very impressed. The RIP-M was packaged in a heavy weight zip-lock baggie and included a nice “label” that showed the product, the size, name, and manufacturer’s info on the front and description and instructions on the back. Upon pulling the RIP-M from the bag I immediately noticed how light it was, yet at the same time feeling strong, without being brittle. The RIP-M also had a cool and discreet Greyman Tactical logo on the very top. I grabbed my bag of spare MOLLE pouches and started laying them out. As I knew I just wanted removable internal organization (because I regular hike with the 20# plate in my Bullet), I started to layout my pouches. Once I determined what fit best, I started to mount them. I have to say it was a lot more difficult to mount them on the RIP-M than regular MOLLE webbing, but once I got the hang of it...NO BIG DEAL. The pouches are ultra secure on the RIP-M, but I noticed I usually could not weave the final bit of MALICE clips through the RIP-M and pouch as I normally would. Seeing as how this panel is just for internal organization and how stable the pouches are, this does not bother me in the least. I am also really happy with how the RIP-M fits inside the Bullet 10L. It’s perfect. Just small enough to snugly fit inside the Bullet, but big enough to not be loose and shift around. The best part...I can still fit my normal exercise loadout (full size soft shell poncho, 3L hydration bladder, and 20# Ruck plate) and RIP-M without “over loading” the Bullet or stressing the zippers. Pretty sure I could still get more on the inside of my pack too. I have yet to fill the pouches I mounted on my RIP-M, but I already can tell this panel is a great addition to a pack I already really liked. The best part is that it just drops in. So if I don’t want the extra weight of the panel or don’t need the supplies and equipment on it, I just pull it out. Really looking forward to getting some practical time with this set up and trying to convince my wife why I NEED more Greyman Tactical RIP-M’s and other products! Thanks for the cool product, solid communication, and good customer service! Jeff
Handy for edc
It works well for cramming my edc into my goruck bullet. It maintains the shape of the bag and gives me more control by allowing me to pin important items near the top. It also prevent everythibg from spilling out when you unzip the bag.
RIP-M GoRuck Bullet 15L
The Greyman Tactical RIP-M panel solves all of the problems I was having with my GoRuck 15L Bullet Ruck. I love the bomb proof clamshell style daypack, but it lacked the internal organization I required to be an effective EDC bag. The RIP-M was the necessary addition that makes the bag even more capable. I am able to house my CAT tourniquet at the very top row of the panel, instead of have to dig down into the random voids of the bag (which is not something I’ll want to be doing if there comes a time when I actually need it). My rain jacket and water bottle now have a dedicated location in the bag. The dispersion of items and weight in an organized fashion allow the bag to be carried more comfortably. Obviously nothing is perfect. So with that, the panel is somewhat flexible. Heavier items should be mounted lower on a panel this narrow. Reinforcement bars are available. But I would only consider that if true load bearing was needed within the pack. All-in-all the panel brings everything to the table that a simple, lightweight, organizational panel could possibly bring.