A rigid molle panel allows you to create extra storage on your tactical vest, backpack, or any other piece of tactical gear that utilizes the molle system of attachment. Rigid molle panels are useful in creating modular storage that can be placed virtually anywhere on your gear and are easy to take off if you decide you need something different later on. This makes them perfect for first-time users and experienced preppers alike! As an added bonus, using rigid molle panel will allow you to separate items by their use or purpose, which can make finding what you need that much easier in the heat of the moment.
The word MOLLE stands for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. The Molle system was developed by Palsor and is now owned by NcStar. The U.S. Military decided that they wanted to create an easier way of attaching gear, such as vests, belts, bags and packs to their uniforms or gear in order to save weight and space on their already full soldiers so they requested that Natcore come up with a better way of attaching all of these things onto their uniform’s or gear so that it could be easier on them.
What are MOLLE panels
A modular system of pouches, such as those commonly seen on tactical vests, backpacks, assault packs and other carriers used by military and law enforcement personnel. MOLLE is an acronym for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. The MOLLE system was developed as an improved means of carrying equipment that addresses some limitations of earlier systems. It is available in a number of variants for specific load-bearing requirements. The concept was originally introduced in 1995 and became standard issue for United States military forces in 2003 with Web Equipment Spring System (WES). A MOLLE vest can hold small equipment items like ammunition, flashlights, first aid kits or hydration systems in nylon pockets attached to PALS webbing on its front side.
Different ways to attach them to your bug out bag (BOB)
There are dozens of different ways that you can attach your Molle pouches onto your BOB and it’s hard to say which method is best for you. Different situations will require different attachments, so it’s good to keep that in mind when making your decisions about what types of pouches and how many you should put on your bag. For example, if you know that there are going to be multiple people using one BOB, I would suggest using larger pouches than if only yourself is going to be using it. Here are some of my suggestions based on experience: Strap – These are usually used in conjunction with other straps like seatbelt webbing or even an old pair of pants with belt loops.
Tips on packing your BOB with MOLLE panels
Here are some handy hints on how to pack your bug out bag. Here are some tips on what gear you should take and how it all fits into your bug out bag! You can buy rigid molle panel for your current bag, or you can just make due with what you have. When choosing items for your BOB, keep in mind that all MOLLE accessories will fit into other MOLLE accessories; so if you don’t have an entire compartment of pouches yet (like I do) – don’t worry! The same rule applies when shopping at stores; if it fits one pouch, it will fit another! If not, sew a few hooks onto it and make due!
Examples of bug out bags with MOLLE panels attached
Bug out bags are an example of when MOLLE panels can come in handy. A bug out bag is essentially an emergency preparedness kit packed with everything you need to survive for at least 72 hours. However, most people only prepare for short-term disasters, not long-term ones. If you are preparing for an emergency that could last longer than three days, then chances are you’ll need to pack more supplies and have them in easy-to-access containers. Attaching some MOLLE panels to your bag will allow you to do just that, without making it look like there’s a bomb inside. You can easily attach water bottles and magazine holders filled with items like medical kits and ammunition pouches so they don’t take up valuable space on your actual bag.
If you are in military service or planning on going into military service, then you probably already know what Molle is. If not, here is a little background information. Molle is short for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. It’s basically a utility belt that lets you carry extra equipment on your person while moving around or while stationary. This means less equipment needs to be transported by vehicles and means that soldiers can be more mobile than with standard loads. It also means that soldiers are carrying less weight than they would otherwise have to carry, which could lead to increased performance overall on long marches and tough terrain. There’s no better way of getting an idea of how it works than seeing it for yourself so feel free to try out our demo below. Have fun!