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    SOLD: Molly Mac Pack SPF

    Well as bad as I hate to do this, I am going to put this up for sale. I have the large version of the MMP with the chest rig. got it from John at TTTgear just recently. I rigged and loaded it and just can't let go of my Snugpack! So I am going to let it go for what I paid which was $pf/ plus shipping. Paypal is bugman@swva.net. Shipping cost should be around 10.00
    This is one on the earlier versions. It is Woodland Camo and as far as I can see unused other than my loading it up and wearing it around the house for a day last weekend.
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    Very very interested! PM coming your way with a request for more info.


    Payment sent!
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    That's a real bargain.
    What does your chest rig consist of? Presumably it's based on the Molly Mac Front Pack, but are there Molly Mac Pouches, too? I bought a set of two pouches with mine. I'm not sure what size they are in liters, but they're three columns wide on the PALS array. Originally I used one on the back array of the MM Frontpack and one on the front, the way Mac does, but I recently modified the front pack so I could use aluminum stays attached to the hip belt to transfer all the weight to the hip belt without needing to load the back pack to suit the load-lifters. (The stays are based on an idea from Rat - thanks!) The principal modification to the front pack was to cut it in half and rig it the same way the Aarn balance pockets are connected. I think the improved load balancing achieved increases the already substantial limit of what I could comfortably carry by 10 lbs.

    I would be tempted to buy your pack, modify the front pack, and then pass it along to someone else if I didn't already have so many projects in the works, but I'd be happy to advise anyone else who wants to do it themselves.
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    Ah! I knew it would go fast, and I type slowly. Congrats, readr1! PM me if you want more info on the front pack mod.

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    Gone! Yep WV it was the front pack I just call it a chest rig! Mine has no stuff sacks at that price but Readr1 can contact Mac or pick some up somewhere. Mt. Laurel Designs has pretty reasonable cuben fiber ones.
    Tony a.k.a. bugman0914

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