Blackjack LT 35

Blackjack LT 35 is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
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SKU: Blackjack LT 35
$425.00

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The best result comes from years of hard work.

Research and development are the cornerstones of MYSTERY RANCH, and the BLACKJACK LT 35 is a direct result. Designed specifically for the needs around short missions sub-24-48hrs, this long and lean pack can simplify your on-the-go needs, whether its cities to warzones or anywhere in between; this will become your go-to performance pack. The pack's main compartment can be accessed through the top shroud or full side zip, and pockets provide various organizational options to sort all your essential gear. And the multiple PALS panels, both external and internal, add organization and tactical gear attachment options.

  • Top-load access with full side zip for easy access to the main bag
  • Lightweight design considerations throughout
  • Two laser-cut ULTRACOMP PALS panels on front pockets for MOLLE accessories
  • Two laser-cut ULTRACOMP PALS side panels for MOLLE accessories
  • Lightweight yoke and adjuster
  • Zippered lid pocket
  • Top zipper port for antennae, cables, and hydration access
  • Lower external pocket can securely hold up to four mags and/or other essentials
  • Upper external pocket sized to hold MR IFAK
  • Dual side compression straps
  • Outer side stretch-woven pockets for mags, water bottles, tripod or rifle butt
  • Stowable live wing waist belt for carrying larger loads
  • D-ring for securing size access zipper
  • VELCRO® on lid for identification and patches
  • Internal mesh zippered pocket
  • Internal sleeves for hydration, kit loadout, or other organization
  • Internal PALS webbing for radio mount
  • 330D Cougar Nylon with DWR and PU coatings for maximum durability, UV, and weather protection
  • Made with IR compliant fabric and YKK® zippers
NameUPC Code
Blackjack LT 35-Coyote-M/L888564200346
Blackjack LT 35-Multicam-M/L888564200377
CAGE Code:3HXV1
DUNS Number:059122783
Weight
3.8 lb
Volume
2155 cu-ins
Dimensions
21.75"x10.5"x11.75"

Made in the USA

Berry Compliant

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Army Infantry ReviewBetter than expected. Accessibility is easy and quick. - You can open it up fully by unclipping and unzipping- Quickly get to the bottom contents by leaving the top buckled, reach under and grab the zipper, open the flap- Very top zipper lets you go fishing without unbuckling or messing with the side zipPlenty of internal and external storage. Spent 36hrs running lanes-- was able to comfortably fit some broken down MRE contents + protein bars, wet weather gear, ACH, tarp, socks/tshirt, and some other mission essential items. All with plenty of room to spare. It was comfortable to wear and doubled as a great pillow. Only downside is that it seems to attract conversation from officers.
Date published: 2022-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The side zip makes the bagThis bag is one of a kind. The side zip and top entry ruck style make access throughout the bag a breeze. The bag becomes incredibly “clean” when compression straps are rolled and secured. Simple and functional number of, size and placement of pockets. A USMC Assault pack liner fits well and is a great complement to the bag. I’m sure it’ll serve well on an upcoming overnight kayak trip. Only thing I’d like to see is dummy cords inside the three pockets and within the main compartment where the hydration bladder pockets are. Possibly triple stitching between the Hypalon MOLLE channels.
Date published: 2022-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too pricey for what u getI understand that this is a lite pack. But the fabric is thinner than the 3dap. Don’t expect to carry more than 20 lbs. the live wing is incompatible with the previous attachment as the webbing is 1/2 an inch smaller. The hdp panel inside the harness is more brittle to save weight. They could have added more laser molle in the sides to add pouches. Only 2 row of molle straps will pass through. No bvs system for a military MR pack? To add, the waist strap is poor for them to suggest a carry of 35 lbs. 330 denier is not tough enough for military ops, I can fee the fabric fight to stay attached even on light loads. I’d say wait til a few gens til they decide to conveniently add those features and say they improved it. They could have done that from the beginning but didn’t to fill their wallets. I love MR but they failed on this on purpose.
Date published: 2022-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great assault packI’ve had it for about a month. This is a great lightweight 24-72hr pack. Wouldn’t put more than 45lbs in it. The side pouches hold bottles better than older packs where they used to pop out over time. Being able to unzip the entire pack through the top is a great feature. The positioning of the molle would allow for a beaver tail if you want. All in all highly recommended, great replacement for issued USMC assault pack.
Date published: 2022-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty Good but Not for Tall FolksI got this as a lighter-weight replacement for my beloved 3-Day Assault Pack. Like everything in life, there are pros and cons and trade-offs.Pros: • High quality materials and construction, no loose threads, significantly lighter than the 3DAP.• Shoulder harness is comfortable and fits well once you get it adjusted. No pressure points or numb arms.Cons: • Not for tall folks. I am 6'-4", 205 lb, 44 chest size, normally wear shirt size large-long, and to get the shoulder harness in the proper location means the waist belt sets a good 2" above my navel, 2" above where it's supposed to be (top of the pelvis). And to get the pack to ride properly (up high and close to the back) I had to pull the shoulder load lifters fully, then tighten the sh*t out of the shoulder straps. Extending out the yoke velcro to compensate for torso length doesn't fix the situation because that will place the pack down too low on the back, not up high where it's supposed to be, and the pack hangs off the back, it's not snug up to the back. Also in this position the load lifter straps don't track with the harness and they slip off the side of the harness. I messed with all the various adjustments for over an hour trying to get the pack to fit like it should and it's just flat not long enough for a tall guy. I might be doing something wrong, but I don't think so as I've been using DD and MR packs for over 35 years and I know how they fit and adjust. Bottom line, the pack body is too short if you are over about 6'-0". • The pack lid is nearly useless when the pack is loaded. It's just a thin pocket. It's good for (one) map, your permit, thin notebook and a pencil, or other flat stuff. You can't get anything else in it when the pack is full and the pocket is pulled over into position. If the pack is not full, you can get more stuff in the lid.• Waist belt is not substantial enough for a pack with a design load of 35 lb. I loaded the pack to 35 lb and went for a 1.5 hour hike. To get the weight off my shoulders I had to cinch the waist belt down TIGHT and it was uncomfortable. Perhaps this pack is meant to rest on the equipment attached to a battle belt? Not sure. • The bottom PALS is not spec PALS, it's more of a single-row daisy chain or a PALS with double spacing. It is not very useful for attaching anything rolled up or moderately heavy (e.g. sleeping bag) because there is nowhere to counter the straps you would use to attach a sleeping bag, for example, so the item will flop around. I suppose you could counter using one of the slots from the MOLLE panel rows on the pocket just above but that is pretty klunky and will probably deform the MOLLE panel when the strap is cinched down. The 3DAP has straps sewn on to the pack bottom to provide the proper counter on the straps so you can strap an item *across* the pack bottom to the buckles on the other side and make it as tight as you want. That is the correct design.• Designing anything is about trade-offs. The waist belt is puny because that is the main weight savings vs. the 3DAP which has a proper legit load-bearing waist belt. The materials on this pack are lighter weight and thinner than the 3DAP. I am sure other design features (like the bottom straps, and a functional pack lid) were left off to save weight.I'm going to keep it but I will restrict the loads to about 25 lb so I can tolerate the shoulder pressure, and for heavy loads I'll stick to the 3DAP. I will probably send the pack off to have straps and buckles sewed to the bottom. It's a good pack, just make sure you're not over 6' tall and you understand what it's for: lightweight loads less than 25 lb.
Date published: 2022-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not quite what I expectedTo start, I really thought this bag was going to be larger, from the videos and photos I had seen of this bag, I had an impression that it would be closer to the size of my Komodo Dragon overall.The webbing, I was surprised that the handle and tightening straps for the harness are a thicker Cordura, but they were also tan/coyote and not multicam, so I was a little disappointed with that, so I used some multi-colored camo 550 and knotted over the handle to also give it some heft.The zipper pulls, are not cord ran through a whole metal pull, it is only cord through the base, which I was also surprised by, and a little disappointed, but all zips are weather proof zips, so they still have that durability that is expected.The bottle pockets, are great, they're deeper, they have an elastic built-in that I wasn't expecting and was pleased to find.The organization of the bag overall is really good for what I need, it doesn't have pen slots or a key keeper but it has two elastic slots in the lower front pocket, the upper front pocket is open with no inner organization, the lid is open without organization, but the internal mesh zipper pocket is nice and I enjoy being able to seperate some key items from the front.The internal, starting with the access, the side zip is great, but I really don't use it as often as I thought I might, just because I haven't been in a scenerio where I've filled the bag to the brim, but the top access is easy, the drawn liner is nice and easy to maneuver, so I roll that liner inwards and access all of my things that way. Also to mention there are two bottle slot pockets on the inside, opposite from the external ones, so that's neat.The molle panel inside is a nice, I attach my laptop case to that so it's floating and not sitting on the bottom.
Date published: 2022-09-03
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