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Explorer Tactical Backpack, 20-Inch

Explorer Tactical Backpack, 20-Inch

  • Explorer B99BK Patrick Gun
  • Tactical Multi Purpose Backpack
  • Comes in black
  • Tactical backpack with multi pockets,gun compartment

Explorer B99-BK 20 inch Tactical Multi Purpose Backpack, Black. Solid construction from a brand you can trust. Product is known for getting the job done.

List Price: $ 59.83

Price: $ 59.83

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    Ivar July 29, 2016 at 06:25
    60 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    One Star, July 27, 2015
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    The inner lining that keeps it waterproof completely came off!

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    linus July 29, 2016 at 06:32
    125 of 133 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as happy now, March 13, 2015
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    So after posting my first review, I took the backpack out on a hike. I didn’t make it 200 yards And my shoulders were already fatigued, I figured it was just me being a little out of shape and kept going. The weight sits too far back between your shoulder blades and not high on your shoulders causing it to pull your shoulders back. I really want to like this pack because of all the storage. I’m not sure if it can be modified there’s not enough Molly webbing to attach other straps. I will try to repack and see if that helps.

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    StephenG. July 29, 2016 at 07:27
    93 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Huh, good and bad., June 22, 2014
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    Okay, this bag is in fact big enough. It has enough divided compartments to keep your stuff right where you can get at it. Yes, you could, in theory fit a full size handgun into the kidney belt pads. You wouldn’t want to though, those need to curve to fit your body.

    Pros.

    Big enough for a three day LRP. Like, really actually big enough.
    Lots of divided pockets. Keep your kit orderly.
    Good structural integrity, good manufacture. After 30 days of banging around in my truck, being shouldered by one strap and generally maligned, I see no points of failure.
    Top load straps to secure large loads makes sense for this bag, as it helps keep the center of gravity high.

    Cons.

    No frame. This bag is just on the upside of too big to go without any structure. The bottom sags a bit too much because it has no structure, and it is a comfort and maneuverability problem. After three or four days hiking this bag around, you would be ready to chuck it over a cliff.
    No cinch straps. Yes, this bag is big, and if you underload, you have NO way to tighten it to your body, it all just hangs over your butt. This sucks huge. Like really sucks. Uncomfortable after 3 miles. Probably debilitating after 50.

    As a bag of last resort, this has a lot going for it. It is excellent for that, actually. If I had time, I would load this thing out, though.

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    Salvatore Kutlu August 17, 2016 at 01:42

    This pack comes with the Tier System which means you can attach it to any Rush backpack. It has an ambidextrous cross body shoulder strap system and comes with a concealed back-up system pistol compartment.

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