SIG MMG 338 Program Series

Mission Critical – Baby Carrier


Mission Critical is a California-based company that sells military-grade baby care accessories designed for dads. This is their Baby Carrier, which meets ASTM F2236-14 regulations for baby carriers. Featuring 1000D nylon outer construction, the baby carrier is designed so the baby can face in or out, and it comes with a removable and washable liner, hidden hood, YYK zippers, and MOLLE-compatible webbing for customization.


17 Responses to “Mission Critical – Baby Carrier”

  1. Greg says:

    I just can’t keep up with all the latest tech. Just switched to Level 3+ plates couple months ago and now looks like I’ll have to try a baby

  2. Ipkiss says:

    I foresee new hunter-killer co-op tactics.
    This carrier needs the new HSP expandable backpack and some Hill People front pouch.

  3. BravoMike says:

    What?! No OCP or Multicam?!

  4. BAP45 says:

    Tried to get my wife to go in for one of these and I just got a really irritated stare. haha

  5. T.H says:

    I would have been very happy to have one of these 10 years ago… The baby carrier I was stuck with was purple and blue.

  6. Almost makes me want to have more kids . . . nah

  7. Riceball says:

    I’m disappointed that it’s only 1000D nylon, they should make it out of a Kevlar weave to make it equivalent to some soft armors. It should also have the option for an armor insert, either hard or soft, that goes in front of the baby. Got to have armor inserts for a tactical baby carrier, otherwise it’s not tactical enough.

    • Greg says:

      Yea but Kevlar doesn’t like being wet, and with a baby in the picture, that’s always a potential hazard.

  8. Bill says:

    In all seriousness, when I was investigating crimes against children full time, something like a backpack version or this might have been handy. Trying to take away a baby from some meth monster who was sexually abusing it while his whore old lady, who had given it VD during childbirth and whose idea of babyfood was spoiled milk and crushed up Doritos was one of the reasons I spent a lot of time training shooting one-handed while carrying a 40 pound bag of feed. I also switched to a Benelli M1 with a pistol grip so I could run it one-handed.

    Then I spawned, and had to carry the diaper bag with duckies and shit on it, but learned that it had a bottom compartment for a “changing pad” that would hold a GLOCK 21 and spare mags and all kinds of stuff.

  9. FormerActionGuy says:

    WTF? Just because you can molle something doesn’t mean you should.

  10. Matthew Kime says:

    What are babies rated to stop?

  11. Bill says:

    Is it jumpable?

  12. TitoJ says: