Ultimate range pack
I was able to have my 8 pistol mags and 6 carbine mags neatly organized as wel as essentials like cat5, blow out kit, tools and stuff readily accessible. I always carry my head lamp and streamlight MUT leatherman tool with cleaning rods and punches I secured headphones and some extra mags with shockcord. All gear holds nicely in place even after jogging with gear to 300meter targets I have my sidearm in my holster There is room left in my gr1 for Nalgene bottle and a few snacks This new one is going to be my civilian travel ready bag Since I have gr1 and gr2 and 2 setups I can switch out between them depending on what my call is If I need alittle more space I can use the gr2 I also like the fact I can pull out the greyman and clean my packs or even put it in my duffle in one move and stuff stays together I’m checking the model of my pelican case now to set it up
Really digging this panel! I bought one to go inside my GR1 and GR2. Still experimenting with the load out but my goal is to build out a standard panel I can easily swap between rucks, depending on the trip. It’s perfectly sized and I’m definitely going to be looking for more applications of GMT kit!
Rigid Insert Panel GR1 26l
Using my Goruck GR2 with the Rigid Insert Panel MOLLE (RIP-M) for GoRuck GR1 26L works out great for me. My Rigid Insert Panel was setup for patrol and serves my needs flawlessly. The panel alllows me to organize my gear that I use most often and keep its secure while going code 3. Products I used in combination with my panel are the Goruck field pockets, department issued IFAK and items from Highspeed Gear. I highly recommend this product if your in the market for customizable EDC solution. I look forward to purchasing another panel for my off duty bag. -Dan Dapper