I've run this pouch on a TAPS chest rig for a couple months now. Although I do love how spacious and organized the GP pouch is, I can't say the same for some aspects about the whole product. The mag pouches are a little too spacious and cause the whole pouch to sag under load of medical equipment and mags. Some of the sagging can be remedied with adding malice clips to the empty columns on the back but the issue persists. I personally feel that there should already be MOLLE straps in place so that the edges and center of the pouch don't bow away from the body like it does now. Aside from the issues stated, I am pretty content with the pouch as it still secures mags well with the bungees and it swallows anything you could possibly put into it (medical, gloves, multi-tools, etc). Another small thing I like is that the front face of the pouch isn't just a whole field of velcro. I've had the issue with other companies products where's there's way too much velcro out front, where all kinds of stuff gets stuck in it, and I'm happy that their use of the material was very conservative. Build quality is great and has withstood belly-drags, hastily ripping out and re-indexing of mags, and lots of weather. If the issues are ever fixed, I'd definitely buy it again. Until then, I'll keep trying to find a way to make this whole setup work
ATS PUP (Plus Up Pouch)
Developed for SOF Aviation to have a grab and go IFAK and extra M4 magazines. The ATS PUP is the perfect
combo-pouch for all your small items needed to get the mission done. With three M4 magazine capability, along with a medium
sized pouch It makes a great add on pouch for bug out bags and assault packs such as our RAID pack. Allowing quick access to spare magazines, and extra cargo space. Or attach it to the back of a plate carrier during extended operations, increasing ones capability to carry extra magazines and other supplies. It also works great mounted to the back of seats, allowing for quick access reloads and storing everything from IFAKs to NODs and more. So whether its used as a stand alone go bag, mounted to a pack or on a plate carrier. The ATS PUP is the perfect medium sized combination pouch for increasing ones capability to carry extra gear, without adding a lot of additional bulk to ones kit.
500 D cordura
3 M4 mag shingle in the rear of the pouch
Bungie pull tabs for mag retention
No. 8 YKK zippers
Velcro strip on front of pouch for ID patches
Adjustable Bungie drawbridge in main compartment
Rear mesh pocket in main compartment
3 elastic loops on inside of pouch
This is an awesome little combo pouch. The mag slots have dividers between them which ensures your mags are firmly in place and not likely to move around and the buggies are just tight enough to hold a standard PMag securely but also have enough slack to hold a Pmag with a Ranger plate without being overly tight. The medical pouch has plenty of elastic loops to hold any med supplies, vacuum sealed kits, or anything else you may desire, and probably more. It swallowed a Dark Angel Medical D.A.R.K Trauma kit with room for a second. The best thing about this kit is the combination, magazine and medical, in a relatively small package. Even when stuff when mags and medical supplies, it still was surprisingly slim.