TESTING COMPLETE STINGER Tech Organizer Pouch

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they all have minor differences, and the maxpedition is about ten bucks more expensive than the other two. Onetigris I feel has the better pouch for the price, it also has PALS webbing instead of a mesh pocket on the outside like the other two, and in my opinion, it’s the better option. The Onetigris cord holder insert is what really stands this pouch apart from the other two, and this is extremely useful for me who carries 3 power banks two different charging cables and other electronics.....
 

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they all have minor differences, and the maxpedition is about ten bucks more expensive than the other two. Onetigris I feel has the better pouch for the price, it also has PALS webbing instead of a mesh pocket on the outside like the other two, and in my opinion, it’s the better option. The Onetigris cord holder insert is what really stands this pouch apart from the other two, and this is extremely useful for me who carries 3 power banks two different charging cables and other electronics.....
haha survival techie!
 

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Ten days into working with this pack. So far it is exceeding expectations. Initially I didn't stuff it full with gear. I was hesitant to put too much pull against the elastic bands on the interior...but found them to be giving and we'll stitched. Here are. Couple of pictures from day one. Just getting started with use.

For the first ten days this was attached to a plate carrier. Tossed in and out of the trunk and interior of a vehicle with the weight of the plates on it. Still looks and feels new. Haven't seen any damage or wear as of yet. I'll be attaching it to rifle bag to see how it stands up to weight and variance of carry. For my use I believe it will be more like Soldier... Either an EDC floating with me or on the plate carrier.

So far the only draw back was the fact my my back up CAT tourniquet could not be secured inside. I have attached a molle CAT carrier to the exterior for primary and have found the back up can easily float inside without issue.
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Ten days into working with this pack. So far it is exceeding expectations. Initially I didn't stuff it full with gear. I was hesitant to put too much pull against the elastic bands on the interior...but found them to be giving and we'll stitched. Here are. Couple of pictures from day one. Just getting started with use.

For the first ten days this was attached to a plate carrier. Tossed in and out of the trunk and interior of a vehicle with the weight of the plates on it. Still looks and feels new. Haven't seen any damage or wear as of yet. I'll be attaching it to rifle bag to see how it stands up to weight and variance of carry. For my use I believe it will be more like Soldier... Either an EDC floating with me or on the plate carrier.

So far the only draw back was the fact my my back up CAT tourniquet could not be secured inside. I have attached a molle CAT carrier to the exterior for primary and have found the back up can easily float inside without issue. View attachment 4802
You have webbing in there you could take some spare bungee cord or a rubber band and rig up a strap to hold it in place inside the pouch for the TQ.
 
Jun 21, 2019
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Yep, shove a rubber band behind one of the PALs webbing, and you can use it to wrap around a TQ. If you wanted to remove it, you’d just pull it, and break the rubber band.
Another option for a TQ for a duty/patrol officer is the SRC2, it can be mounted directly to the front of a safariland holster, or to retain the sling of a patrol rifle for a cleaner dismount. Very popular right now.
https://www.grayfighter.com/product-page/cg-gen-2-sling
 

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Yep, shove a rubber band behind one of the PALs webbing, and you can use it to wrap around a TQ. If you wanted to remove it, you’d just pull it, and break the rubber band.
Another option for a TQ for a duty/patrol officer is the SRC2, it can be mounted directly to the front of a safariland holster, or to retain the sling of a patrol rifle for a cleaner dismount. Very popular right now.
https://www.grayfighter.com/product-page/cg-gen-2-sling
I like this idea... Rubber band, cheap, easy, breakable... Thanks for the link. I like the strap as well as the plate carrier attachment.
 

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Ten days into working with this pack. So far it is exceeding expectations. Initially I didn't stuff it full with gear. I was hesitant to put too much pull against the elastic bands on the interior...but found them to be giving and we'll stitched. Here are. Couple of pictures from day one. Just getting started with use.

For the first ten days this was attached to a plate carrier. Tossed in and out of the trunk and interior of a vehicle with the weight of the plates on it. Still looks and feels new. Haven't seen any damage or wear as of yet. I'll be attaching it to rifle bag to see how it stands up to weight and variance of carry. For my use I believe it will be more like Soldier... Either an EDC floating with me or on the plate carrier.

So far the only draw back was the fact my my back up CAT tourniquet could not be secured inside. I have attached a molle CAT carrier to the exterior for primary and have found the back up can easily float inside without issue. View attachment 4802
The black of the pouch seems different from it of your plate carrier... :unsure:
 

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The black of the pouch seems different from it of your plate carrier... :unsure:
The pouch is a a solid (nice) black color.. don't let the picture or my used plate carrier throw you off. First of all the carrier could probably use a good cleaning...it's tossed from my patrol car to the floor of my jeep daily. And the pics were taken at dawn. The flash or lighting may have thrown it off a little. Honestly I believe the color is spot on. I see Wasteland Soldier has remarked on the slight offset with flashlight. I will test mine with different lighting and see if produces different looks.