Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack
Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack
Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack
Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack
Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack

Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack

SKU #: TacT-35000
MSRP: $199.00
$183.08
Description
The Removable Operator Pack in our Operator Series of packs is designed as a 'Quick Attach Assault Pack', to attach directly to modular vests or larger packs. The pack features a large main compartment as well as a side entry front pocket. The outside has modular webbing for attaching additional pouches and padded shoulder straps stow away when not in use.

Also includes heavy duty zippers, sternum strap, grab handle, loop material for patches and 3l hydration pocket. All hardware needed to attach the pack to other gear is also included. This pack makes a great addition to our Extended Range Operator Pack, attach it to military issue vests such as the IOTV, any Tactical Tailor modular vests or use it alone as a small day pack.

Features:

  • Attaches to modular vests and packs or use as a stand alone assault pack
  • Large main compartment with heavy duty dual pull zippers
  • Zippered side entry front pocket
  • Hydration pocket accepts 2 or 3L bladder (located inside strap stowage pocket)
  • Concealed top port for routing of communication gear
  • External webbing for attaching additional pouches
  • Large carry handle
  • External bungee system for lightweight clothing articles
  • Stowable padded shoulder straps and sternum strap for use as a day pack
  • 2 sets of attachment hardware are included
  • 1000 denier Cordura nylon construction

  • Specifications:

  • Main Pocket: 17" tall x 9.5" wide x 5.5" deep
  • Front Pocket: 14" tall x 8" wide x 2.5" deep
  • Total Volume: 1,178.25 cu. in.
  • MADE IN THE USA
  • Reviews
    4.6
    9 Reviews
    5
    56% (5)
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    44% (4)
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    67% Recommend this product (6 of 9 responses)
    By Bill
    Colorado
    April 17, 2015
    Well built and functional
    This little pack holds a surprising amount of gear and is well constructed. It easily clips to my vest. I got two TT 1V pouches and two TT knife pouches to go on the side MOLLE and add a bit of organization for small stuff. Subtracted 1 star because of the lack of a rain flap over the main compartment zipper. Seems like a no-brainer to put a rain flap there, all my other packs have them.
    By Mario
    Miami
    October 15, 2014
    Superb Quality
    I love my new Removable Operator Pack by Tactical Taylor. The quality is really solid and it fit perfect on my Eberlestock Half-track Backpack. Great bag. I do admit that it is pricey, but you get what you pay for. Quality.
    ProsSuperb quality Modular Great color
    ConsNone
    By Steven
    California
    September 29, 2014
    Great Bag
    This is a great bag I use on a daily basis. As an LEO officer I carry everything from food/water supplies, range equipment and case files with me for 8-16 hours per day. This bag is well built and doesn't show stress along the seams long some of the competitors bags. Would recommend to anyone looking for a great day bag.
    ProsGreat build quality Nice size Good Looks
    ConsCould have slightly larger main compartment Water bottle pockets in main compartment limit overall space/fitment of files
    By Scott
    NYS
    June 16, 2014
    Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack
    Excellent pack size for all day plus. Comes with two sets of quick release tabs so you can use the pack on two different vest setups. Great stand-alone day-pack too. Nice contoured shoulder straps. Nice hydration pouch and porthole. Good access zippers and roomy storage areas. Well build and stitching seems good. I do not like the thin bungee strap on the rear. I do not like the orange interior color. Also, the rear velcro is a smaller size than vest velcro so you might need a different size ID panel.
    By Davis
    Texas
    December 21, 2013
    Excellent
    It is tough to find quality American made products at this price. I own one of these and bought another for a friend. They are the perfect size for hunting and should last our lifetimes.
    ProsHeavily built, well thought out design features.
    ConsThe ONLY negative is the zipper pulls if you use this pack for hunting. They are metal with paracord attached. You will want to take some side cutters and clip the metal pulls off, then re-tie the paracord around the zipper, making them quiet. Takes all of 2 minutes.
    By Vik
    Boston, MA
    September 3, 2013
    Great features and design
    This pack was exactly what I expected from Tactical Tailor: well designed with useful features while being rugged. This pack integrates perfectly with chest rigs such as the Haley D3, or can directly attach to any plate carrier (comes with molle attachment adapters). This pack seems to have straps just where you need them without being overdone, and the shoulder straps don't use plastic buckles like most brands but instead have metal hardware (non removable) but can be tucked away into a compartment if not in use. The more you look at the pack, the more small features you find.
    By andrew
    raf mildenhall
    July 27, 2013
    Does what it's supposed to
    Originaly used this as a personal bag for work, it did well although i eventually transitioned to a single pack, (fight light modular operator)to make things simpler. I used it in RTC for a little while, but ended up using a more traditional camelbak due to the fact i was saddled with the TCCC bag and it was a little to bulky for use with that. As a day pack it works very well, don't go crazy with overloading it and you should be fine. I recently used it in place of a traditional camelbak on a 26 mile run and it worked great, room for a bladder, 4 bottles and change.
    By David
    Southern California
    May 17, 2013
    Review for Tactical Tailor Removable Operator Pack
    I like this pack, it attaches to my MOLLE II with no problems and adds more storage space to my ruck, including space for a hydration bladder. It also comes with extra buckles/attachment points just in case. I am not sure if I attached the buckle system properly so I only gave it 4 stars due to lack of instructions on how to properly attach the buckle system to a ruck. Definately worth buying.
    By Pete
    Canada
    January 18, 2013
    Nice size
    Bought this pack as an EDC and it's just the right size to fit the essentials and looks great. I keep a small trauma kit, flash light, ipod, phone, phone charger, and what ever else I may need for light travel. Sweet pack, very please with the construction too.
    Q&A
    8 Questions & 12 Answers
    jason
    from USA asked:
    February 19, 2017
    Can the 2 plastic attachment points next to the top handle be removed? I have no need to attach additional gear.
    2 Answers
    Yes you can remove the molle attachment and use it as a normal backback or remove the shoulder straps all together and use it as a grab bag. Very versatile bag i love it .
    Joshua
    on February 20, 2017
    from Kalamazoo, Mi
    They are sewn in, but could be cut off
    Tom
    on February 20, 2017
    from Dallas

    Clever Head
    from FL asked:
    April 1, 2015
    Does this pack become a gear slinger. like the mil-spec adapt bag?
    1 Answers
    looking over the bag it does appear to be very similar in style to adapt bag as they both are made by tactical tailor and yes we do show the connection points are the same so you can make this into a sling style bag as well.
    Customer Service
    on April 1, 2015

    Jonah
    from Kamuela, Hawaii asked:
    February 3, 2015
    Is the velcro on the front brown as shown in the photo, or is the velcro multicam on the multicam model??
    1 Answers
    the front velcro panel would be multicam as well along with the rest of the bag.
    Customer Service
    on February 4, 2015

    Jonah
    from Kamuela, Hawaii asked:
    February 2, 2015
    Is the velcro on the front of this pack as big as the one on the MSM adapt pack and how big would that be?
    1 Answers
    The velcro area on this back is about 5 inches by 3 inches where as the mil spec monkey pack is about 5 inches by 4 inches
    Customer Service
    on February 3, 2015

    Cathy
    from kingston, ontario asked:
    January 14, 2015
    How much does this pack weigh
    1 Answers
    This pack weighs about 2 pounds.
    Customer Service
    on January 14, 2015

    John Doe
    from Gunshine state asked:
    August 19, 2014
    Is there a designated area for a handgun in this pack? Thanks
    4 Answers
    No. I carry it holstered in the outer zip pocket. It does move around. I used it biking and running and haven't had a problem. I may sew in a velcro patch and use a velcro holster.
    Jon
    on August 19, 2014
    from Lexington, TN
    There is not a designated area. This is a very simple pack. The main pack is simple and has no elastic organizers or anything of the sort inside. The same goes for the small front pouch. It opens from the side and has no provisions for attaching anything. Part of the beauty of this pack is its simplicity. In order to get a handgun out quickly you would need to unzip the front pouch. It's not ideal for what you are wanting, but a great pack for other things. I've since moved on to their larger 3 day style pack for rifle competitions, but keep the ROP for hunting, as it is the perfect size to carry the amount of gear I need for a day trip. Hope this helps.
    Dan
    on August 19, 2014
    from TX
    No specific spot for a pistol in this pack. There is a main compartment, a smaller front compartment with a side zipper, and a compartment to stow the shoulder straps.
    Gregory
    on August 19, 2014
    from O Fallon, IL
    No designated area for a handgun, but plenty of molle webbing to attach your own holster
    Sean
    on August 21, 2014
    from Cape Coral, FL

    Mark
    from Plainville, CT asked:
    July 27, 2014
    Is this the same pack by Mil-spec Monkey, the Adapt pack?
    1 Answers
    No, this pack is not the same as the MSM Adapt Pack. The biggest differences are that this pack only has the zipper on one side on the smaller pocket, and that the inside of the larger pocket is not bright orange. Other than that, the two packs are very similar.
    Customer Service
    on July 28, 2014

    John
    July 2, 2013
    what are the dimensions of this pack?
    1 Answers
    This Tactical Tailor Pack is 18"(T) x 10"(W) x 7.5"(D).
    on July 2, 2013

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