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General Purpose Pocket Medium (GPMD)
coyote
ranger
color:ranger greenfoliage grey / greencoyote brown
$37.00
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Weight: 0.25 lb
Length: 1.50 in
Width: 6.00 in
Height: 5.50 in
Dimensional Volume: 49.50 in3
Dimensional Volume (DV) is NOT the number used by manufacturers to denote capacity. To get a cubic inch number that you can use to compare to what you're accustomed to, multiply DV by 1.5 as a rule of thumb. Bigger packs can use an even bigger multiplier - up to 1.7.
  • color
    • coyote brown
    • foliage grey
    • ranger green
  • equipage category
    • tools - expected use
  • equipage level
    • 0.5
  • goes on
    • Highlander
    • Palspocket
    • Prairie Belt
    • Recon Kit Bag
    • Tarainsert
    • Ute
  • PALS / Molle Compatible
    • yes

When we realized that we were finding more and more uses for the First Spear medium general purpose pocket, we decided to do our own version of it. This is a 6/9 PALS backed pouch made out of 500d. It fits on a 4x3 PALS grid. There is a full width slot pocket on the inside rear, and two half width slot pockets on the inside front. Here are the ways we're using these:

  • inside of a Highlander (mounted horizontally on the PALS spaced dual daisy chains)
  • on a Tarainsert
  • centered on the front of a Recon Kit Bag
  • inside of a Palspocket
  • inside of the Attache
  • on the Prairie Belt
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When humans first set foot in a new continent, they came in small groups under their own power, bringing only the gear they needed. Most simply called themselves The People. Over time, those who chose the rougher freer life of the up country came to think of themselves as the Hill People.
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