Using A RMP Briefcase Messenger Bag Insert
Recently I purchased a Briefcase Messenger Bag Insert for my 9 Line Messenger Bag-Drop Line. I use my bag to carry a lot of needed items in my law enforcement job. Using various bags and back packs through the years, I’ve always looked at any gear to make my job easier. The RMP BMG Insert certainly fits this bill. The Insert has allowed my bag to function better as a lot of the equipment that would just be floating around in the bottom is locked in place and able to be found quickly. One thing I like is that the Insert gives my bag just enough overall rigidity instead of total slouchy. It’s a preference of mine. After receiving my Insert, I dug through my many nylon pouches and settled on four. One is a small 5.11 pouch which holds small various items. Another is a tall Tactical Tailor pouch which contains a few tools that I use almost daily. I also have a Surefire flashlight attached in a unknown maker pouch. The last pouch is attached by a Velcro holder on the Insert. It contains a lighter and some store cards I don’t carry on me, but like to have with me. Probably the most important item that I have on my Insert is TQ, Combat Guaze, and Quickclot. I fashioned a piece of bungee cord myself to attach and it works perfect. I would highly recommend this Insert to anyone really looking to update their messenger bag or back pack for more overall organization of the items they carry. Wild Bill
Love these panels!
These panels are great. Have them mounted low behind front seats in the Jeep where some of my preparedness gear is permanently attached and stored! Organized and accessable now, love it.
Used in briefcase
I just received my Rigid Molle Panel from you guys and attached are pics of my set up. A little background, got the bag for x-mas it is a Duluth Trading leather briefcase, nice bag however there was no provision for concealed carry or organizing my other gear. That when I came across you guys. Attached basically everything with Velcro Onewrap. If it looks backwards, probably because I am a lefty.
MOLLE Wall plate
no issues - product worked wonderful
No limitations like other panels
Thanks for making this product. I’ve tried other panels, but they have the following limitations: Non-standard slot sizes; every other row/column is offset by 1/2 slot width; flimsy combination of fabric and overly thin plastic. I wanted something that would hold my EDC gear in dedicated pouches, that would hold its position/shape in a messenger bag, and could be transferred easily from bag to bag. Your “Rigid MOLLE Panel” (RIP-M) works perfectly in all respects. I have a substantial collection of pouches -some with “unusual” MOLLE spacing, and even these have worked. I’ve attached some photos of my setup. I will certainly buy another panel, in a vertical orientation. You might consider offering a package of pouches, matched to the Panel.