Concept picture in previous post seemed unclear, so I made a paper model of one-piece soft PALs clip.
As you can see, PALs configuration on the pouch (two-space-one-space-two) is rare to meet, but the idea easily suits the widely known config – two-space-two.
It (five inches long) is compatible with specific PALs setup on the pouch – two-space-two, commonly found on Maxped pouches and some other manufacturers. See illustration:
Though, the longer version (7 inches) will be compatible with another PALs stup on the pouch, never found on any pouch: two-space-one-space-two. I’ll make some for testing purposes in future.
Poor man’s substitute for quick attach tri-glide buckles and for G-hooks
Driven by the idea to save money and simplify logistics, I made a pair of concepts of dirt-cheap analogues of quick-attach ladderlock buckles.
The task is – to connect two webbing loops (for example, attach/detach compression straps on the backpack)
The solution – cord loops, locked with
2) the strap itself
This hook’and’loop strap wrap-around allows stabilizing of more and less bulky rolls of webbing, than classic version.
WARNING: not tested yet.
With all benefits of existing binocular harnesses (which also offer a good method of attaching mini/micro chest rigs), there are some disadvantages in their design.
Its straps become twisted – see picture below.
Quick anr dirty attachment for shoulder strap, waist strap or another detail. Strong enough to hold weight of the little pack.
Can be inserted in more strong-holding way:
Using rifle with shoulder bag may be inconvenient because of opposition between distribution and disposition, i.e. weight distribution and shoulder strap with buttstock disposition. The contradiction is obvious, as operator want to counterpoise bag and rifle, in the same time to place differently buttstock and bag’s shoulder strap.
There is a method to put bag’s strap and bag itself on the same side of a body, just add an attachment pad on the shoulder strap. It consists of two pieces with different parts of fastex on them. Look at the sketch, the bag is simply put on the non-firing side of body, after that strap is crossing the body, every piece of attachment pad (front and rear) is on the another side of body (firing), then fastex is secured and now bag is in place but firing shoulder is clear.
Difference is obvious.
The point is to use shoulder bag and do not interfere with buttstock and sling.
Well, using rifle with shoulder bag is not frequent practice, but if needed, it can be done better.