awesome rigid insert
I have a pretty simple setup for urban EDC with my sunglasses, water bottle and a few knick knacks along with a journal. Its perfect in the city. It also helps the bullet ruck have a little form. Everything feels so solid and stable. So easy to access the sunglasses. I can literally open the sunglasses compartment with one hand, thanks to the rigid insert. Prior to the molle; it was just dangling in my bag from the loop at the top. Its okay for a while, but gets pretty tedious when you are out and about in the sunshine. Thanks. I am so glad I got this. I thought it was sold out; but thankfully it was back in stock. Awesome stuff that you can trust.
Fantastic upgrade for Goruck Bullet
The panel is made from a sturdy material and fits perfectly into the GoRuck Bullet 10L. It's light enough not to be noticeable but provides great stiffness and rigidity. I have this panel everyday in my work pack, which with my commute equates to 2 hours on my back a day. The panel makes it more comfortable as it doesn't slump, which means that items are less likely to pile at the bottom of the bag. It also means the bag will stand when placed, and not collapse onto the ground. Overall, the panel is a great addition to any bag, and I recommend it to every one with no hesitation.
Rigid Molle Insert + GORUCK Bullet = Perfect mini-range bag
I was looking for a simple solution to convert my Bullet ruck into a mini-range bag...the Rigid Molle Insert did the job perfectly! I was able to mount my holster, med-kit and two magazines with ease. If I want to use the pack for other uses, I can swap the insert out and get on down the road. Greyman Tactical delivered!
My Gray Man Tactical insert is perfect for adding some molle attachment options to the inside of my Goruck bullet. Now it is similar in function to the GR1. Before all my stuff sank to the bottom of the billet and the bottom was fat and the top was empty, now I can utilize the whole shape of the bag. I can also easily access my iPad in the sleeve behind the insert.
Keeps my gear organized and secured in place
I love my GORUCK Bullet 10L as a camera day ruck when traveling. However, other than a few pockets, it lacks any real way to organize my gear. The Greyman Tactical RIP-M fits perfectly in the ruck. The grid provides plenty of options for finding the optimal gear layout. It's based on the MOLLE system, but I've just used velcro straps for this load out. I used velcro cable straps to secure the tripod in place. Velcro straps on the camera bag hold it securely to the panel (the bag also holds filters, batteries and SD cards. Below and beneath the tripod are rails for complex panoramas. Typically I have the camera out and hanging on the ruck's shoulder strap, but it's nice having a secure place inside the ruck for those times I want to put it away. Now my gear stays in place rather than bouncing around in the bottom of the ruck. The beauty of the RIP-M is if I'm heading out without my camera gear, I can pull the entire panel in a matter of seconds and have an empty day pack … no more emptying out multiple pockets. Or, I can easily add and remove individual items from the panel … if I'm not planning on shooting panoramas, I can easily remove the gear before heading out, freeing up room for something else.