The Phantom introduces a new type of tactical pack system; it's the first product that provides an integrated drag bag and backpack. It allows you to carry your heavy weapon in the backpack, either with or without the concealing top-cover. If the cover is not mounted, you can withdraw a full-scale sniper weapon from the pack very quickly. Or, with the cover over the weapon, nobody needs to know what you are carrying. And if you leave the Control Clips undone, you can still pull the gun right out.
The photo at left shows the scabbard-turned-drag bag, and the re-configured pack. Note that the waist belt can be removed, and the harness can be mounted to the bag so that the pack can be used as a conventional, non-scabbard pack.
The modular system lets you choose how much or how little of the system you need for your mission: The full set, just the Back scabbard, just the pack, or a drag bag.
The Phantom pack is a Gunslinger-sized pack in its main load bay, but offers a little more capacity because it is equipped with outboard hydration/radio pockets. It offers the ability to remove the bag and straps from the patented Back scabbard™, which can then be combined with the top-cover to make an excellent drag bag.
It's a front-loader, with two levels of varying-sized tuck-pockets lining its interior, PALS racks inside and out, and a fold-down shelf that can be used to divide the main compartment into upper and lower chambers.
A plasticized mesh "rack" on the back wall of the upper chamber can be used to carry larger radios or other items.
It will carry two 3-liter hydration kits, mounted in side pockets.
It features a longer waist belt, with a 5 x 3 PALS matrix on each side.