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A cool piece of kit.
I bought this to be used in an Evergoods CPL 24 bag, the fit is perfect and I use it every day since I have received it. I have only 2 issues with the item, The edges seem a bit large in terms of attaching kit to it. And the holes don't seem to be standard? When I attach my GoRuck attachments it seems like I have to rig them up to stay in there. I have used Molle attachments for most of my life but something with mine seems off, or so I believe. Other than that though it is awesome, especially for the cheap price tag.
Perfect for Triple Aught Design Lightspeed Pack
Panel with the khaki handle & green pouches goes in a Triple Aught Design Lightspeed’s main compartment....17 inch is a perfect fit in that pack. (10.75 X 17in) That Panel Holds all my EDC gear / Daily Carry / Work Carry.) The Panel with the Eno fits in the 2 main compartment’s of a Maxpedition Falcon 2. And the smaller panel goes in the secondary pocket on the front of the same pack. (9.25X17 & 8x12.5in) Those two panels hold all my hammock camping gear)Also for the record the (10.75 x 17) fits great in a Hazard 4 Second Front as well.
I work Close Protection in UK or what the US calls Executive Protection or old name bodyguard, so my Set up changes for different occasions. I have two Bags, a Tad Lightspeed and a Rush24. Mostly use the Rush, but it gets a bit untidy inside, so I needed something I could get my Medic bag and radio pouch out quick, I saw your Rigid panels, thought that could work, it could fit in both bags too. So when I received it, it fit perfect even had room to fit an extra bonus pouch on. Just like to say thanks, perfect and thanks for the delivery, came quite quick from US. Thanks again much appreciated.
Tactical Rear Seat Protector and Storage Platform
I ordered a pair of the Rigid Insert Panels for my 5.11 Tactical Rush 12 and 24 backpacks. I'll be experimenting with them during an upcoming trip. My initial exposure to this product was seeing a photo of a larger panel mounted to the backseat of a pickup truck. My nine year old son has a large inventory of travel toys and was delighted when I suggested that we buy a special set of Molle pouches for his stuff. I'm tired of having his expensive toys scattered all over the back of the truck. My poor ShopVac has sucked up countless Lego pieces and Star Wars Action Figures. We built a back-of-seat tactical storage platform using the Greyman 10.75" x 17" Panel with a 5.11 6.6 Pouch on the bottom, a Voodoo Tactical Dump Pouch (#20-8172) on the top with a 5.11 Slickstick Eyewear Case positioned next to it. My son has been tasked with keeping all his valuable toys within the confines of his storage platform and he has embraced this new responsibility. We have not expanded this platform with the Rifle Mount Clamps to secure his Nerf N-Strike Elite Rifle since he is not allowed to travel with it in urban environments. Since this platform has been so successful, we shall be upgrading to a larger 15.25" x 25" Ridid Insert Panel so that we have an extra three rows of Molle width and four rows of Molle height. We plan to add a 5.11 H20 Carrier and at least one more 5.11 pouch below. Although my bright orange twine works for securing the panel to the back of the seat, I shall be investing in the specialty Carry/Pull Handle. This is a great product that will serve my son's needs for many more years of travel in the backseat. I wish I had known about this product a few years ago. I'm quite sure that my wife will be so impressed that she'll ask for an identical platform to be ordered for the back seat of her car.
Rigid Molle Panel Set Up in a Go Ruck "Rucker"
I do not want to have my firearms and accessories attached on the outside of these backpacks Likewise, I do not want them rattling around haphazardly inside the main compartment and inaccessible. This insert provides rigidity, fixed positions for my EDC firearm, and the ability to quickly remove it and transfer it. It is solidly built, but be aware that it is thick so you may need to adjust the pattern for weaving PAL straps through it. Attached are the requested pictures of my Rigid Molle Panel Set Up in a Go Ruck "Rucker" backpack. In the second setup pictures you will see a holster, magazine holders, and a first aid kit; all with MOLLE straps on the back.