- Includes a rain cover stowed in a pocket in the bottom.
- Removable waist belt has two zippered pockets (although our favorite way to use this pack is executive-style, with the waist belt removed).
- Total Volume: 820 c.i.
- Weight: 4 lbs 8 oz
- Dimensions main bag: 24.5"h x 11"w x 5"d
Strong pack, well made, great comfort and adjustability. I utilize for my 5.56 law tactical (16 inch barrel). Wpn fits with optic mounted and 10 round mag inserted. 2x30 rnd mags fit in designed mag pockets as advertised. Enough room to also carry my vest with 9x9 plates. Waist belt excellent if hiking but I removed mine for daily routine in urban area. Very happy with the product.
Shipped immediately and everything fits like a glove. Top quality product with great versatility. Expectations exceeded!
I purposely bought the grey color with the orange piping to make this look as non-tactical as possible. Cherry Bomb fit the bill. And, well made.
My intention is to fit a Sig MCX Pistol (5.56 NATO). It has a folding forearm stabilizer so it doesn't fit flat in its designated compartment. So the pack becomes basically a holster for the weapon and all of those neat pockets for tablets, etc. are squashed and useless for that purpose. It's the gun, extra magazines strategically about and some service items in the pockets on the belt and in the centerline pocket.
The problem is with an Aimpoint red dot, weapon light (need to be on the left) and 30 round Magpul magazine--definitely a tight squeeze but doable. More trouble putting it in and zipping up; but it can come out in a hurry. I'm just afraid I'll eventually pull out a zipper.
So, to keep all the accessories without having to remount them, the magazine in the gun will need to be a 20 round Magpul magazine. That works like a charm. The reloads can be 30 round magazines stored where there's space (won't fit in the belt pockets). You can get 4, maybe five extra 30 round magazines stuffed in here and there.
I can't speak for long-term reliability as I've only had the pack for a week or so. But it does seem well made and of durable materials. I've seen complaints that it's a bit heavy, but I think it's just fine (see durable materials). If you're wondering about what will fit inside, I'm using mine for an 11.5" barreled AR rifle (not pistol) with a Surefire M600DF w/ Modlite head, Vortex Razor 1-6 on a Scalarworks mount, and an A5-length buffer system with the Law folder. It'll fit in the pack, with enough room for two mags in the internal mag pouches. I can also get it in with a 20-round mag in the rifle, but it's a squeeze. Since the folding stock folds to the left side of the rifle, I also moved my light to the left side, and farther forward on a Arisaka inline mount. Keeping the light on the right side makes it sit oddly in the pack and pushes the light against your back. Had a Cloud Defensive OWL on the rifle before the Surefire, but that sits further off the side of the rail and takes up more space in the pack and made it harder to zip closed. Hope that helps anyone who's on the fence about this pack.
Cherry Bomb Pack