Does any one have this pocket organizer from Spec-Ops?

Does any one have this pocket organizer from Spec-Ops?

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    Does any one have this pocket organizer from Spec-Ops?

    Does any one have this pocket organizer from Spec-Ops?

    I was going to get two of these as Christmas presents for friends that are paramedics and wear BDU style uniform pants. But i wanted to see them first, and the place that normally stocks Spec Ops stuff was out of them.





    All the other Spec Ops stuff that the store had looked great but i thought these could be a little big for the "almost BDU pockets" i could not really tell from the picture on line, they show real BDUs. Also the smaller one looked too small in person, for what i know they need/ could use.
    Maybe i should just order them and give them after X-mass.


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    Those must be new. SpecOps equipment is high quality stuff. That particular unit looks interesting.

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    That is a cool little deal. I would like to have something small to drop into my briefcase, pack or just sit on the seat next to me in my vehicle that would hold my E2E, knife, baton, pepper spray, a couple of mags, a couple of spare batteries. Maybe something a little larger than that, but similar.

    I have a SpecOps wallet that I have had for awhile and I REALLY like it. Good quality gear, guaranteed a lifetime.

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    Bumper, theay also have this one

    It is larger and ment to drop int a pack, or use just as is.


    I may get one these, one of the dry cells above and a wallet. I really like their products.

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    Yup, the Pack Rat is just what I have been looking for. Tell me that they don't all have that yellow inside, I couldn't tell on their website....

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    That would make a great "manpurse" which my wife has recently started calling my bag that I carry all of my "stuff" in. The longer I carry it the more it does start resembling a purse. Don't tell my wife that, I never admit it to her

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    Not to jump the thread but everytime I hear man purse (I know it was a Friend's episode) but I always think of Kramer and the Man-bra / manziere / bro

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    I tend to do this with an ordinary backpack so I can fit my laptop. If I can fit a laptop in it I'm getting one is yellow.

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    I wrote them an email today and they said it only comes with a hi-viz yellow interior. I don't like the yellow interior because it would make it easy for anyone to see what all is in there, but the people over there are so nice I may buy one anyway :kay:

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    Originally posted by APachon
    Not to jump the thread but everytime I hear man purse (I know it was a Friend's episode) but I always think of Kramer and the Man-bra / manziere / bro

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    Seinfeld, dude!

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    I don't have their pocket organizer but I do have their wallet and really like the quality of contrstuction and thought that went into the design.

    Chuck

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    I have a SpecOps wallet that I have had for awhile and I REALLY like it. Good quality gear,

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