First Look: Grey Man Tactical Backpack #401 RMP Insert

posted on December 19, 2021
backpack insert

Having a backpack or sling bag to store your gear means you need to access that gear quickly and easily when needed. When seconds count, having to burrow through your backpack in search of your essential items can lead to some very negative outcomes. Having all your gear in ready to go just got a little easier because Grey Man Tactical is now coming out with the #401 Backpack RMP Insert Universal Concealed Carry Package. The insert allows you to travel in style with your favorite bag knowing your everyday carry items are concealed and easily accessible for whatever life throws your way.

The pre-configured Universal Concealed Carry Package features the Backpack RMP (Rigid MOLLE Panel) insert that provides extra stability to any bag or backpack, while still keeping the contents inside hidden from view. Gray Man has made it easy to find the the correct RMP for your bag with over twenty different sizes of inserts to choose from.

Pre-configured Universal Concealed Carry Package with Backpack RMP Insert includes:

  • Backpack RMP, Rigid MOLLE Panel of your choice
  • Universal Pistol Holster, MOLLE
  • Double Mag Pouch, Pistol
  • 3M Primer 94, Ampule
  • Adhesive Backed - 3/4 inch Width Low Profile Hook, 1 foot Strip
  • Adhesive Backed - 3/4 inch Width Low Profile Loop, 1 foot Strip

The complete Universal Concealed Carry Package from Grey Man Tactical has an MSRP that ranges from $109 to $144. The Backpack RMP insert has an MSRP  from $40 to $75, depending on the size you chose, and the rest of the components in the system have an MSRP of $69. For more information on the Backpack RMP Insert/Universal Concealed Carry Package or other products from Gray Man Tactical, please visit


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