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A Hypalon reinforced laser-cut MOLLE outer flap covers an array of 4 zip-or-buckle pockets mounted to a divider panel. Inside this divider is a nice organizer pocket, with dual-purpose compartments for phones/magazines (the kind for firearms; you can of course put the kind you read in several other places in the bag), as well as pen sleeves and small organizers. On the back-side of the bag, an open-topped document pocket has a zipper at its bottom, which allows you to slip the B1 securely onto the handle of your rolling suitcase. The laptop pocket has full-zip-down pockets, allowing the bag to be split open for TSA x-rays without completely removing your laptop from the bag (you split it, and lay the bag in the x-ray tray with the laptop on its own side).
The bag is scaled to be not-too-big, but not-too-small, making it a perfect every-day carryabout for your laptop and all of your gear. Topping it off, the B1 has a discreet magnet-closure pocket for smaller items you may access frequently but keep secure and out of sight. We like the magnet-closure pocket for stowing our passports while traveling also; it's a secure place to get the passport in and out when you're juggling your way through customs and other checkpoints.
The Halftrack pack, like its World War II namesake, was inspired by necessity. The needs are fairly straightforward: carry heavy stuff, and make the thing that does it easy to use.
The Halftrack pack is sister to the Phantom sniper pack, and is built from the same pattern. It's a front-loader, with two levels of varying-sized tuck-pockets lining its interior, PALS racks inside and out, and a fold-down shelf that can be used to divide the main compartment into upper and lower chambers. A plastic mesh flap on the rear wall serves as a radio rack.
It will carry two 3-liter hydration kits, mounted in side pockets, or two 2-liter bladders in sleeves inboard of the outer pockets if you want to free the main side pockets for other gear. It features a longer waistbelt, with a 6 x 2 PALS matrix on each side.
The Halftrack has Eberlestock's unique, hand-sewn support, padding, and ventilation system.
The pack has a plastic framesheet and internal aluminum Cellular Stays, which work in combination with the harness and padding to provide you with plenty of support for carrying loads.
The Halftrack includes a lightweight pull-out rain cover, which stows in a pocket on the bottom of the main compartment. It can be used to cover the pack, and will even go over a weapon that's being carried.
The G2 is the latest evolution of the original GS05M Gunslinger pack, and both are in wide use by elite military, police, and civilians all over the world -- snipers, marksmen, and regular folks who appreciate the overwhelming utility and versatility of this product. It's a mid-sized pack with a full-width scabbard to better accommodate weapons with larger cross-sections or bulky optics. The wide scabbard also allows it to serve as an excellent laptop or military radio compartment, and because it's also wide at the bottom, users have the option of carrying weapons butt-down or butt-up. Like the G4 Operator pack, it features both front loading and top loading features, giving exceptional versatility and flexibility of use
The G2 comes standard with Eberlestock's Intex-II frame system. The Intex-II is an Eberlestock innovation; it out-performs both traditional external frames and internal frames, and has the best qualities of both: the structure of an external frame without the noise and with minimal weight, and the close-ride and comfort of an internal frame pack. The Intex-II adds a new level of support and stability to the Gunslinger II, making it a compact and tough heavy-load capable pack. It can be interchanged with our Endo frame, as well as more compact, softer frame called a Gossamer frame, or can simply be removed, which effectively reverts the pack back to the traditional G2 platform.
The scabbard of the G2 folds into the bottom of the pack and is secured by a buckle. This configuration is good for shorter weapons and other gear; it also makes the scabbard a great place to carry a laptop computer. Also note the side handles; these make it easy to get the loaded pack out of a vehicle, and for mounting the pack with a heavy load. Heavy duty compression straps cause the pack to ride quiet and tight, and it can be compressed completely flat.
Retractable scabbard can house a rifle up to a 60 inch.
The Phantom introduces a new type of tactical pack system; it's the first product that provides an integrated drag bag and backpack. It allows you to carry your heavy weapon in the backpack, either with or without the concealing top-cover. If the cover is not mounted, you can withdraw a full-scale sniper weapon from the pack very quickly. Or, with the cover over the weapon, nobody needs to know what you are carrying. And if you leave the Control Clips undone, you can still pull the gun right out.
The modular system lets you choose how much or how little of the system you need for your mission: The full set, just the Backscabbard, just the pack, or a drag bag.
The Phantom pack is a Gunslinger-sized pack in its main load bay, but offers a little more capacity because it is equipped with outboard hydration/radio pockets. It offers the ability to remove the bag and straps from the patented Backscabbard™, which can then be combined with the top-cover to make an excellent drag bag.
It's a front-loader, with two levels of varying-sized tuck-pockets lining its interior, PALS racks inside and out, and a fold-down shelf that can be used to divide the main compartment into upper and lower chambers.
A plasticized mesh "rack" on the back wall of the upper chamber can be used to carry larger radios or other items. It will carry two 3-liter hydration kits, mounted in side pockets.
It features a longer waistbelt, with a 5 x 3 PALS matrix on each side.
The Phantom incorporates Eberlestock's unique approach to a variable-length gun case / drag bag, and allows you to carry a wide variety of tactical weapons. It will accommodate most light arms that military and police forces use.
The top-cover incorporates a pull-out sleeve that goes over the butt of the rifle and the optics. It provides a good amount of overlap for keeping debris out of the gun compartment when dragging. The bag can fully enclose a weapon up to 60" in length.
The pack includes a lightweight pull-out rain cover, which stows in a pocket on the bottom of the main compartment. It can be used to cover the whole pack and the weapon that's being carried, or just the pack -- so that you can pull your weapon from the Backscabbard™.