Grey Man Tactical Introduces the Backpack RMP Insert

GMT Back Pack Insert
Grey Man Tactical is now offering new organizing inserts for their low-profile concealed carry backpacks. IMG Grey Man Tactical

U.S.A. -( Grey Man Tactical is proud to announce the #401 Backpack RMP Insert – Universal Concealed Carry Package. Travel in style with your favorite bag knowing your everyday carry items are concealed and easily accessible for whatever life throws your way.

Grey Man Tactical Backpack RMP Insert

The pre-configured Universal Concealed Carry Package features the Backpack RMP Insert to provide added stability to any bag while keeping the contents of your backpack hidden. Finding the correct RMP for your bag is made simple with over twenty different sizes to choose from.

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

  • QTY 1 – Backpack RMP [Rigid MOLLE Panel] of your choice
  • QTY 1 – Universal Pistol Holster – MOLLE
  • QTY 1 – Double Mag Pouch [Pistol]
  • QTY 1 – 3M Primer 94 – Ampule
  • QTY 2 – Adhesive Backed – 3/4″ Width Low Profile Hook – 1′ Strip
  • QTY 2 – Adhesive Backed – 3/4″ Width Low Profile Loop – 1′ Strip

The complete Universal Concealed Carry Package from Grey Man Tactical has a total MSRP ranging from $109.00 to $144.00. The Backpack RMP insert is MSRP $40-$75, depending on the size chosen, with the rest of the components priced at $69.00 MSRP.

About Grey Man Tactical:

In 2012, Paul Capdepon lived in an area where he preferred the contents of his personal gear to not be known. He carried a nondescript commuter-style backpack and wanted the ability to organize EDC-type gear. Not finding a suitable option, Paul decided to adapt the traditional MOLLE-style grid and designed the first Rigid MOLLE Panel to insert into any backpack with a 15″ laptop sleeve.

After receiving interest in the Rigid MOLLE Panel Paul had made for his own gear, he decided to launch a basic website in 2014 to begin selling them. Paul worked with local manufacturers from his home state of Louisiana as the demand for expanding the range of RMP sizes quickly increased. GMT has performed extensive testing and evaluations in the most adverse and demanding conditions. GMT then incorporated customer feedback to optimize performance in creating a dependable organizational platform.

The RMP Series has since been utilized by federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies – specifically the DOS, DOJ, DHS, FBI, USMS, USBP, NYPD, and LAPD to US Armed Forces, including the US Army, USAF, USN, USMC, USCG, and USSOCOM – with implementation in missions assigned across Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and surrounding areas of operation. As a result, the RMP Series has yielded over 1,000 Five Star Reviews in our efforts to make critical gear rapidly accessible.

It is our ongoing passion to serve the prepared citizens, outdoorsmen, Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Armed Forces communities, and we look forward to continuing to create gear that enables you to perform at the highest standard.

For more information, please visit: www.greymantactical.comGrey Man Tactical Logo

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WI Patriot

This isn’t “concealed” carry, it’s basically off body carry, and absolutely useless…


I can agree to an almost useless aspect to it but not absolutely useless! I don’t care which company it is who makes so-called tactical backpacks, but they all have their heads up their butts! If they happen to have m o l l e walls inside their compartments, they’re either proprietary or configured in a way to where it actually minimizes what you can carry because of the backpack design itself. Instead of having padding sheets inside each compartment so that both halves of the compartment can be used to store things, like mags, sights, med kits whatever the… Read more »