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HSP Flatpack Attached to D3 CR

  

The Flat Pack now comes with extra straps to attach it to the D3 CR to create an integrated solution.

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13 Responses to “HSP Flatpack Attached to D3 CR”

  1. MAD says:

    Another 4-6 optional (attached via ITW G-hook or smth.) compression straps that you can use to sinch it down when it is half-packed in the extended state would make it even better. Waiting forward to that.

  2. Jon, OPT says:

    That’s a D3CR Heavy, both items are compatible.

    Jon, OPT

  3. Fernando says:

    Don’t know why it took them so long to make this ‘official’. When I got the flatpack I simply routed the D3 waist strap through the MOLLE straps and came out with virtually the same solution.

  4. BravoMike says:

    My D3 works great hooked up to my Eagle Yote. A little more capacity than the Flatpack.

  5. jjj0309 says:

    I know this isn’t forum but I always wondered what’s the exact purpose of these kind of flatpacks. You know, attaching to plate carrier things. They looks they ain’t gonna hold any solid objects. I wonder what you can fill it with.
    I suppose it’s something like compressed, stabilized buttpack or to shove up some spare mags, right?

    • Preston says:

      Its usually for hydration bladders, emergency food, a shell jacket, and random crap dictated by the mission.

    • Brandon says:

      It’s definitely for more minimal packing needs. I find that small (flat) packs like these serve well in close indoor situations where a larger pack might have issues with doorways and snagging on things, or if the user is in and out of a vehicle a great deal of the time. (Big enough to still carry a little, but small enough to not provide a huge void of space behind the driver/passenger.)

    • Andy says:

      I’ve used it to only carry my range items so far to eliminate an extra bag. I’ve fit 10x Pmags loaded, Peltor ear-pro, 3x pistol mags, staple gun, 2-3 boxes of pistol ammo, lube, multitool, and small IFAK. I was impressed considering I bought it to sit under my aid bag for just wet weather gear and MREs.

    • Chris K. says:

      These expand out via the zippers along the edges (similar to some luggage systems), increases capacity to match a 24 hour pack.

  6. mike says:

    I do this with my Grey Ghost Gear Lightweight Assault Pack and a Mayflower GenV Splitfront and I couldn’t be happier with the setup.

    • mike says:

      That said I’ve been eyeing the hell out of a Flat Pack to work into the setup with my D3CR or WTF Split Front!

    • Jon, OPT says:

      In 2013 I did it with a prototype of the Gen V vest, and the Mayflower 24 hour assault pack, it worked out really well.

      Jon, OPT

  7. war13usaf says:

    Anyone see the Chase Tactical/FERRO Concepts “Back Assault Vest” or w/e its called? Wonder which one is more functional