GEARTESTING Tactical Med Pack

Therookiehunter

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The Onetigris Tactical Medpack Review

I received the Tacpack last week. I opened this up and gave it my typical one over. I went along the seams, looking for any poor stitching, or defects. As I have come to expect from 1TG gear, there were none. Constructed from the Nylon material they are famous for using made this a very durable bag. The front of the bag has Velcro on it so you can add any label patches you may need. Standard handle and molle webbing on the back.
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So lets open this up and take a look inside. Now when the concept of this pack was thought up, it was to allow the user to carry enough supplies to cover an array of issues and be able to have the kit required to handle it. Or even enough room to add additional supplies your typical First Aide kit doesn't have room for.

Opening up to to three panels, there is ample room for various sized components. Lets go through the three panels one at a time.

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The left panel designed to give you storage for your hardware such as scissors, splints, clamps or any other type of hardware you wish to store. Behind these slots is a storage pouch. The idea for this was to store any maps, manuals or anything else you feel important that requires a bit of protection or keeping together. Moving to the right half of the panel you will find various elastic band slots, doing exactly what they were designed for, holding onto various bandages, small bottles and the like.

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The middle panel was designed for your smaller to bigger items. It does have the smaller elastic bands, but also larger adjustable straps to hold down potentially larger bandages, tourniquets and what not. I used various sized items, and all holding well.



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The right panel is a smaller storage pouch. The mesh netting allows for drainage and air flow. It is divided into two, you can keep various items separated and organized. We don't have a back picture at the moment but the back of the right pouch has molly rigging so you can store any additional items you may need.

The idea to create a pack for someone to store the medical supplies they needed is certainly achieved with this design. Although after using this I realized there are other applications that it can be adapted for. Cooking was one, you could easily store all cooking supplies, small vials for spices and sauces. Smaller spatula or tongs would fit in here as well. You could easily fit the 1TG Rocuboid stove inside too. Tools, you could easily store various screw drivers, ratchet's and other assorted small tools as well.

Putting the other uses aside, this Tactical Medpack by Onetigris is a very well constructed bag. Easy to carry and light weight. What is great about the size is its not too big, you can put it in the car, boat, four wheeler or the cabinet at home. It also has excess space so once you fill it up, you can still close it easily. The only thing I would change on this bag is the elastics in the middle panel. I would remove two rows and make these ones wider, to a 2 or 3 inch each. Other than this I found this pack very useful. Although testing was done on this in the field on a camping trip.
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Andy Z.

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The only thing I would change on this bag is the elastics in the middle panel. I would remove two rows and make these ones wider, to a 2 or 3 inch each.
Thank you for your feedback. We will change it at the next version and I will check if we can finalize this product.

Is the removable panel useful for you?
 
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This is a great idea! Would be awesome to get some attachments on the back for service dog harnesses and a team to test that out as well because I'm sure the disabled community would love this.
 

TheMedic08

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The Onetigris Tactical Medpack Review

I received the Tacpack last week. I opened this up and gave it my typical one over. I went along the seams, looking for any poor stitching, or defects. As I have come to expect from 1TG gear, there were none. Constructed from the Nylon material they are famous for using made this a very durable bag. The front of the bag has Velcro on it so you can add any label patches you may need. Standard handle and molle webbing on the back.
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So lets open this up and take a look inside. Now when the concept of this pack was thought up, it was to allow the user to carry enough supplies to cover an array of issues and be able to have the kit required to handle it. Or even enough room to add additional supplies your typical First Aide kit doesn't have room for.

Opening up to to three panels, there is ample room for various sized components. Lets go through the three panels one at a time.

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The left panel designed to give you storage for your hardware such as scissors, splints, clamps or any other type of hardware you wish to store. Behind these slots is a storage pouch. The idea for this was to store any maps, manuals or anything else you feel important that requires a bit of protection or keeping together. Moving to the right half of the panel you will find various elastic band slots, doing exactly what they were designed for, holding onto various bandages, small bottles and the like.

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The middle panel was designed for your smaller to bigger items. It does have the smaller elastic bands, but also larger adjustable straps to hold down potentially larger bandages, tourniquets and what not. I used various sized items, and all holding well.



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The right panel is a smaller storage pouch. The mesh netting allows for drainage and air flow. It is divided into two, you can keep various items separated and organized. We don't have a back picture at the moment but the back of the right pouch has molly rigging so you can store any additional items you may need.

The idea to create a pack for someone to store the medical supplies they needed is certainly achieved with this design. Although after using this I realized there are other applications that it can be adapted for. Cooking was one, you could easily store all cooking supplies, small vials for spices and sauces. Smaller spatula or tongs would fit in here as well. You could easily fit the 1TG Rocuboid stove inside too. Tools, you could easily store various screw drivers, ratchet's and other assorted small tools as well.

Putting the other uses aside, this Tactical Medpack by Onetigris is a very well constructed bag. Easy to carry and light weight. What is great about the size is its not too big, you can put it in the car, boat, four wheeler or the cabinet at home. It also has excess space so once you fill it up, you can still close it easily. The only thing I would change on this bag is the elastics in the middle panel. I would remove two rows and make these ones wider, to a 2 or 3 inch each. Other than this I found this pack very useful. Although testing was done on this in the field on a camping trip.
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Great project! What if we incorporated some modular aspects into the bag? Maybe some removable velcro inserts? I know I'm kinda late with this comment...