Maratac Sat-Com Bag (Small)

Maratac Sat-Com Bag (Small)

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Originally designed to accommodate a portable satellite communications antenna, the Small Maratac Sat-Comm Bag has become a reliable pack for more than just field-correspondence equipment. With its slim form factor, it’s great for day trips, hikes, and comfortable over-the-shoulder carry Read More

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Pearson
39
Aug 14, 2016
I'd be interested to know what some of you are planning to carry in such a small bag.
DrKhanMD
248
Aug 18, 2016
It honestly looks like a bong bag... But with molle. Soooo a tactical bong bag?
On a side note I wish MassDrop still had a smoking section, they had some awesome high quality stuff. Got rid of it because of "legality", yet they still sell knives despite those being a customs/legal nightmare too.
Desastor
336
Jan 29, 2017
Disassembled MK-4 or AR-15 w/scope. Fits perfectly and stealthy, but I have the XL version of the bag. However, the small bag would fit a SBR but why would you want to put that in a bag since it fits under a jacket.
memoris
0
Jul 11, 2017
Good day,I cant figure it out: the Volume of Sat-Small will be...?how many liters??cubes? Thank U.
MrMachete
8
Jul 13, 2017
I just grabbed a tape measure and checked mine. It's 20*5*5" external dimensions. That's a little over 8 liters converting to science units.
kalieaire
128
Jul 13, 2017
unlimited liters. i kept pouring water inside and it would never fill up.
Why do so few listings for bags (on this and other sites) show the inside?
kalieaire
128
May 15, 2017
because there's nothing inside.
kalieaire
128
May 15, 2017
If you need an organizer:
http://www.cocooninnovations.com/product_info.php?cat_id=61&product_id=168
13.55" x 5.25"
Bag dimensions are: 20" x 6" x 6"

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Saru
47
Sep 20, 2016
I'm real tempted, but holding out for the XL version. I've hit the request button for the XL everywhere I could find it. Anyone know where I can find one for sale?
Synnyster
46
Mar 19, 2017
What type of cameras are you carrying with it? Will a Fuji XT1 and gorilla pod fit with a few more accessories?
Elfod
169
Mar 19, 2017
Only small stuff, I carry a Ricoh GR and a Ricoh Theta in the side pockets and a tripod in the aerial sleeve leaving the main compartment empty.
I think you could easilly carry a gorrilapod in the long side pocket, an XT1 and two average lenses in cases in the main compartment.
NoOneSpecific
15
Mar 22, 2017
Love this bag. There is a REV3 on the CountyComm website. My only wish is that it was produced in a BLACK and not just the OLIVE colour.
it-man
720
Mar 19, 2017
If it were abut bigger would make a good gym bag.
it-man
720
Mar 20, 2017
Thanks for letting me know. I have just asked for it to be re-dropped
kalieaire
128
May 15, 2017
What kind of stuff do you normally put inside a gym bag?
Bobby9265
14
May 11, 2017
Does anyone know the size of the straps that have buckles? I'd be looking to upgrade the buckles to Austri-Alpin cobras right away (I can't resist). It looks like the main shoulder strap is 2" and the smaller one is 1"? I don't see dimensions on the county comm website either.
Bobby9265
14
Aug 28, 2017
Patience as in doing it by hand? I mention it because your machine might not be able to get through the heavy fabric and strap. You need a large needle and a machine that can push it, or to do it by hand (get a thimble for extra oomph). If you sew a new loop around one end you won't be able to utilize the adjust-ability of that end. But theoretically you could just leave both ends as free straps and it would be double adjustable! I'm not sure how well that would work though. You could try it before you sew the loop shut.
If you decide to sew the loop again I would sew it around the black part of the buckle, leaving the adjustable part to move freely, just like it wasn't there.
TheKlamps
29
Aug 28, 2017
Thanks for the help. Having a hard time visualizing it right now lol, but I'm sure it'll be easier to figure out once I get the bag and buckles in
molynerd
0
Dec 28, 2017
Will this fit a volleyball?
ASpatha
76
Dec 29, 2017
Deflated yes, inflated no. The best way I can describe the size is CD cases fit perfectly inside same with laying 12 once cans. I've never tried putting a 12 pack with the box but I have perfectly packed a 12 pack the same way without the box. If i remember I'll upload an image tonight.
ASpatha
76
Jan 2, 2018
Well better late then never I guess. Both bags are the same dimension with exception of length. A standard 12 pack with box dose fit.
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flyinglotus1983
358
Mar 19, 2017
@Massdrop, is there anyway to get Coyote Tan added to this drop? I believe Maratac has sold them in that color in the past.
Spudbar
9
May 16, 2017
Since this is posted in the photography community I'd like to ask how people are using, or want to use, this bag with their photography gear? Is it just for tripods or will you store camera bodies and lenses too? I really like this form factor but I'm not sure how I'd protect my gear while hiking around with this bag.
Carvajal
5
Jul 12, 2017
Yeah I think they got lazy with the tagging on this drop.
nfischer
63
Oct 14, 2017
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I used this bag to carry my camera and things in Europe. Pretty much any sized camera body will fit nicely on the bottom of the bag, trouble is padding it out, I just used a fleece jacket between the screen of my d80 and the bottom of the bag and that was fine. Granted I had one camera and one lens, if you had more you might need to get creative separating your body from other lenses and tripod in the bag.
(d71000 with battery grip in the photo)
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