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Discussion in 'Glock Accessories & Gear' started by Bammustafa, Jun 16, 2012.
Anyone have one and suits em well?
Just got mine. Rocking the love for glock
Very nice. I've been considering the Rush 72. Do you use that as your everyday bag?
Yeah. I've purchased a ton of bags for everyday carry and I like this the best. Fits changes of clothes, my knives, all my magazines, and much more with no problem. Has storage pouches for everything. Specially nice of distributing the weight very nicely
I bought the 5.11 Rush 24. It just came in today. I loaded it up and it holds everything I need to carry for work (AF Security Cop so it's a lot of stuff.) I only got the 24 and not the 72 because it is within my airlines carry-on size limit.
I actually started with the 24 and liked it so much I returned it and got the 72 for future traveling/hiking/camping plans
I have 3 pairs of shirts, 2 shorts, underwear, and a windbreaker jacket in the bottom pouch that tightens up witH a cord. Above I have a beanie with 2 pairs of gloves. And they all barely take any space in their pockets.
Looks good! Do they come in other colors besides black? I'll head to the website and check them out.
Looks like a great pack
I purchased a voodoo tactical matrix from a local store. Love it so far.
Sandstone, Black, Flat Dark Earth, OD Green, and MultiCam
Of course MultiCam is far more expensive.
What's a security cop?
Great looking bag. Does the pack have an internal frame/stiffener or does it have a pocket for one?
I've been looking for a pack that has an internal frame to use. I carry a lot of heavy gear and bags without it tend to collapse and the weight settles to the bottom (ruining the load distribution).
The water Blatter area has a hard plastic plate that suites the bag very well
Oohhhh. You may have just sold me on this bag. There's a local 5.11 dealer on my way home from work. Will have to check one out in person.
I bought a 72 pack and the sling one that attaches to it. When they say 72 they mean it. I'm 6'2 215 with fairly broad shoulders and that bag looks huge even on me. I love it though I've gone on a few 8-10 mile ruck hikes using it and about 30-40 lbs of gear inside and haven't had any real issues with my shoulders getting sore. The one thing I don't particularly like about it is the waist straps and sternum straps are a bit big so if you're just in light clothing it can be a little loose on you.
I have a Rush 72, Moab 10 and the Covrt 18 packs. Love them all. The Rush 72 is one of my SHTF packs, the MOAB 10 is my med pack that straps onto the Rush and the Covrt 18 is my daily pack for laptop, Glock 19, extra mags and other work gear. My Rush is a couple of years old and they have since refined them even better, Better yolk design, bottom lashing strapping points to bottom for roll or other gear. And the Rush 72 meets most airlines requirements for carry-on. I just used it going to Washington State and back.