Salomon Forces

Black Center Tactical – Multipurpose Utility Carrier

The name sums up the intent. The uses are myriad. As you can see, it can be used as a sling to carry odd sized loads, but it can also be closed up into an actual bag.

The MUC is made from 1000D Cordura, reinforced with heavily stitched 17337 Mil-Spec webbing. It also incorporates 5 large, Velcro sealed pockets abd 2 reinforced handles and Velcro on the sides to seal it up into a bag.

The MUC is available in a very wide assortment of colors.

store.blackcentertactical.com

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13 Responses to “Black Center Tactical – Multipurpose Utility Carrier”

  1. babola says:

    Sure.
    Looking forward to see what else is new from the ever expanding Tac Mil-Spec Cordura product set. Rumor has it the new snow-camo Cordura leg warmers are all the craze at the moment.

    The stuff they come up with never ceases to amaze me.

  2. adil says:

    Don’t care for the commentary, I do see a practical need for this and will get mine once I get some spare.funds

  3. Desert Lizard says:

    This would be perfect for me. I enjoy hiking/camping deep in the bush but carrying as little as possible. Their website shows how many uses this one tool can accomplish. I’ll also keep it in my jeep so I have it for unplanned need. I’m getting one today.

  4. STEPAN1983 says:

    The way how handles are stitched to the bag is totally wrong

    • SSD says:

      Let’s see yours

      • STEPAN1983 says:

        The idea is that you try to attach handle ends in the same direction that you pull this handle. This guys did it in almost perpendicular way. So when you pull the handle it will tear off the very corner of the stitch instead of spreading the stress along the whole bartack. Also it should be pulled along the surface of fabric, here it is not working. Also if handles are oriented in proper way, stitching along the waebbing will hold the handle in place, here this stitching do not participate in holding the handlein place. Just look at some typical duffel bag top handles. It is stitched almost vertical, in the natural handle pulling direction

        • John Bonnett says:

          You are looking at the prototype picture, the handles on the latest can easily hold over 300 lbs. and are actually doubled up and facing opposite directions to spread the load. Also the stitching has been made even stronger on the latest models.

          We have used this to tow my yukon, I’ve used it to suspend me while bouncing in full kit between 2 trees just fine, even on the old handles. It can hold 4 50.cal ammo cans easily.

          For updated photos you can browse my Instagram feed or look on the website.

        • Sierra5 says:

          Their method I suppose you could argue gives cleaner lines, but from a engineering standpoint, STEPHAN1983 is correct. If you look at the picture, all the potential load/weight is being borne by a very small percentage of the stitching pattern in this current form. A simple adjustment would provide long term benefits at no additional cost.

          • D.B. says:

            Yes. Even just by just folding the handles diagonally (forms a triangular look) and bar-tack sewing them to the top edge of the frame webbing.

            I’m sure the maker is most likely already looking at potential design improvements, anyway.