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127: Deployment Bag

  • Three Compartments
  • Buckled compression straps
  • Adjustable & removable shoulder strap
  • Web carrying handle
  • Modular attachment strap
  • Import
Size 6"H x 12"W x 5.5"D
Color Olive Drab, Black, Tan, Red, Coyote Brown

Product Reviews

(63 Ratings, 9 Reviews) Average Rating:
Great product but one con
Aaron (Ontario canada) 1/15/2015 9:36 AM
Ive had this bag for awhile now and use it for everyday use for going to work which carriers what i need. I use it for day to day things carries everything i need but just recently find one done side to it. The side compartment with the buckles only has the one strip of modular attactment strap and the two side pouches only have one line of modular straps when there should be one more row to add more pouches.
Great bag for money. Give as gifts stocked for Get home bags
Kevin L. (Los Angeles CA) 8/24/2014 1:06 PM
I have several personally. Used for first aid kit, get home bags for each car, and am now stocking two more for friends kids going away to university. Holds enough but not too large. Descrete size, flexibility, good capacity, and duribility. I am going to buy more and can say that with continuous use of over a year for both my travel first aid kit and get home versions, which I always have in the vehicle I am using, I have not seen one thread or zipper show wear. I DO reccomend these to friends regularly.
Awesomely versatile
Peter V. (Brooklyn, NY) 3/14/2014 12:15 PM
Been using this as my EDC bag, in multiple configurations: - As a standalone shoulder bag; - As a butt-pack on a utility belt; - Mounted on the top compartment of the #126 Compact Assault pack (perfect fit!). - Mounted on the bicycle handlebars or tail rack. Compartments fit: - Main: A 7'' tablet, or a mid-sized hardcover book, one MRE (or maybe two if stripped down), or a change of underwear, plus a mesh pocket for IDs and such. - Side: A first-aid kit, or compact binoculars. - Front: Knives, pens, multitools, duct tape, utensils, keys, loose change, etc. Fits a surprisingly good amount. Pockets inside aren't useful for anything sized larger than a credit card / notepad. - Pen holders (on the sides of the front compartment): I have a #MA56 Hand-Held Radio pouch and a #MA48 Flashlight pouch in those, to have my cell phone and flashlight readily accessible. They merge into the bag's overall shape perfectly. Depending on the construction, the MOLLE strap may or may not fit through those, though. - Top, under compression straps: If the bag is not filled to capacity, you can usually fit a sports bottle there. The only problem with that is the bottle slipping out when actively moving / carrying the bag on the strap behind your back. Although this is easily resolved by attaching the bottle's carabiner (if it has one) to one of the strap rings. The only problem I have with it is the strap carabiners slipping to the inner side and scrunching up the straps on the retaining rings. But that's largely an aesthetic issue, and one common to all single-strap bags with the same suspension system.
Good LITTLE bag.
Tom (Hazleton,PA) 12/20/2013 2:52 PM
I just received this (ordered via Amazon), and I ordered it knowing it was small. But, I'm looking compact, so I didn't mind it. Now, but small, on the internal pocket I have a Katadyn pump water filter, which basically takes up the entire main compartment. Very little room for much of anything else, and it will snugly fit a military style mess kit. On the front outside pocket I have things like duct tape, a flash light and various small items to help in the woods. I have this mounted on the front of the "126: Compact Modular Style Assault Pack." This is a great little addition to my main bag, and I'm very please with it and the quality of it.
Motorcycle Fork Bag
D.P. (Bonner Springs, KS) 7/26/2011 8:11 AM
I was looking for something other than the typical motorcycle fork bag. This bag is just the right size, less expensive, tough and the various pockets work great for separating cell phone, wallet, glasses, handgun, tools etc. I attatched it to the fork with paracord and cord locks. I could have used better attachment points at the bottom, but after all it wasn't exactly designed for this. If I need to, I can quickly remove it and it becomes a butt pack. Smart Thinkin'.
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