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Will a MP7 Fit in an Arc’teryx LEAF Khard 30?


Thanks to LBT Inc, it looks like it fits just fine. This is one of the many Pouch Loadout Inserts developed for the Arc’teryx LEAF Khard pack.

Thanks CK for the photo

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14 Responses to “Will a MP7 Fit in an Arc’teryx LEAF Khard 30?”

  1. Chuck says:

    Recoil Magazine does not approve.

  2. PS6 says:

    You can now also put your AR in that awsome pack, utilizing the Law Tactical AR Folding Stock Adapter.

  3. dmc0914 says:

    I’d love to get my dirty, slimy hands on that combo……. How does it compare to the Mystery Ranch 3 day?

  4. Will says:

    Why do some companies’ products command such respect and influence when they have been very definitively shown to be inferior to alternatives? Why is this a MARKET, dependent on factors of psychology, (option “A” is new and cool), instead of reason (option “B” more efficiently, economically, etc., affects our purpose)? Why is the industry striving to provide the tip of the spear with products instead of solutions?

    …If I need a long gun, and Ive got one in my bag, and Ive got enough time to find reliable cover, doff & open pack, acquire & charge the weapon… Then Ive got enough time to put an 11.5″ upper on a lower, too.

    Sorry for the rant. I just REALLY do not see any application, or have any tolerance, for sub-standard equipment marketed as the be-all, end-all best thing available to people who depend on it to protect their lives, especially when my tax dollars are paying for it.

    • SSD says:

      Who do you work for?

      • Chris says:

        Please explain exactly how Arc’Teryx is inferior to other similar products? And FYI – this item was designed based on stipulations from the type of customer it was made for.

        • Will says:

          Chris, sorry, I should have been more clear. I have no issue with Arc’Teryx, own plenty of their stuff from a few different countries and none of it has ever failed me in any way. I just dont care for PDW fanboyism translating through industry professionals into widespread respect for an unbased platform, like the Mp7. This has been discussed at length since such weapons’ release, sorry to bring it up in a post mainly dedicated to LBE, but I just dont see why the system continues to receive support, such as this LBT kit.

          SSD, I work for no one even close to the firearms and support equipment industry. If that invalidates my commentary to you, feel free to belay all of it. But I have no market-oriented agenda here, not trying to support or denigrate any one company, just trying to advocate that the trigger pullers get actual solutions.

          • SSD says:

            Actually Will, if you did work for an interested party what you said would have less value.

            You bring up an interesting point. There aren’t a lot of MP7s out there in the wild.

  5. Geordie says:

    I’m curious to find out what size AR we can get in there with one of the NEA compact carbine stocks featured on here a few days ago.

  6. Whacker-15 says:

    LBT is not trying to force MP7 or PDWs on anyone. They are displaying solutions for customers who have found a niche for this platform.

  7. Ken says:

    Maybe not an MP7, but my PS90 will sure be a good fit for it if I ever need to move out light and fast.

  8. Terry says:

    Compared to an AR, the MP7 may be found wanting, but given the choice between an MP7 and a Glock, I know which I’d rather be carrying when the shit hits the fan. Horses for courses.

    On topic, that’s a nice looking pack with a well thought out laout for the weapon system.

  9. Borebrush says:

    There is a lot of “I see no use for this” logic… We’ll mission drives equipment gents.

    I can say for a fact that the Wolf (smaller one) will fit the LWRCI PDW, Hugh was cool as usual and brought it over for us to check out. It even fit the UCIW six8.

    These kinds of bags are great for working in places where passing yourself off as a European backpacker might mean life or dismemberment.