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There is a way to attach an internal radio pouch to the inside of a three day assault pack?

At the top, inside of the assault pack, there are a couple of webbing attachment loops. What are they supposed to be for?

It is a nice pack, I just wish it had some kind of internal pouch or pocket.
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There is a way to attach an internal radio pouch to the inside of a three day assault pack?

At the top, inside of the assault pack, there are a couple of webbing attachment loops. What are they supposed to be for?

It is a nice pack, I just wish it had some kind of internal pouch or pocket.
Do you intend to stowed the radio unit inside the pack, and operating it using PTT feature on your headset / headset cable or maybe other wireless method?
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Do you intend to stowed the radio unit inside the pack, and operating it using PTT feature on your headset / headset cable or maybe other wireless method?
I would like to keep my cook set in the pouch.

I would like a way to divide the most used gear inside my pack from the least used.
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put it in there with malice straps,, or look at www.hillpeoplegear.com set up the ute pack inside. why i got a kit bag from em first. one to test their quality, which is outstanding, and 2 I put in my pack what i need., I put in my chest kit bag, what i will probably need right now.......(in a hurry
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I would like to keep my cook set in the pouch.

I would like a way to divide the most used gear inside my pack from the least used.
I have a pack that is one 60L compartment and use silnylon bags of different sizes and colors with plastic bread bag ties to mark what is in each bag.

Like fire stuff in one bag, toiletries in another, first aid in one, headlight & spare batteries in one, food in one, pot set containing stove/fuel in a bag, and so on.

Don't know if that is something that would be feasible for you or not, ymmv?
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