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Fight and Flight Tactical – Ambidextrous Sling Pack

Fight and Flight Tactical is a Veteran owned small business and this is their Ambidextrous Sling Pack or A.S.P., which is an EDC bag for keeping a carbine close at hand.

The A.S.P. has three compartments, all pass-through, designed to carry an SBR, Pistol variant of a modern sporting rifle (with a folding stock), or an SMG (with a folding stock or no stock) in the main compartment, spare mags in the front compartment, and a body armor panel in the rear compartment. The sling strap can be reconfigured to work left or right handed, just by switching the bottom attachment point. Many have asked, “why a sling pack?” A two-strap backpack wouldn’t be able to deploy quickly and would have one of the straps flapping around, getting in your way. All three compartments have loop fastener inside for infinite configuration possibilities.

There are a wide variety of color combinations. Check the website for availability.

www.fightandflight.com

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13 Responses to “Fight and Flight Tactical – Ambidextrous Sling Pack”

  1. Jeremy says:

    Perfect for overwatch at the food court.

  2. Ed says:

    I love it when you don’t have to take cover because the targets stand still and never shoot back!

    • SamHill says:

      While I see what you are saying, there was no cover there. It was probably just a product demonstration rather than tactical training.

  3. fred says:

    Can that be worn with a cape?

  4. James Francis says:

    Lol. When will all these manufacturers learn discreet is not kyptek camo, giant patch panel and enough attachment points to hang more crap.

  5. Adun says:

    It is interesting to see someone choose an over the shoulder deployment instead of an under the arm deployment on the other side.

  6. Gus says:

    Just remember people – any past service is Veteran, motor-pool, clerical, food service.

  7. Meusoc says:

    I came to SSD for the gear-I stayed for the comments! Haha!

  8. xpoqx says:

    Whenever I see sling packs or messenger bags, all I think of is a murse. You can dress it up however you want, give it some cool name and colors but that shit is still a murse at the end of the day.