Bullets and Tourniquets are not the only thing that missions/patrols require...
The Rear Document Stacker or RDS is a zippered pouch designed to interface to the rear of our ARC Placard V3, EPV2 and other Placards with One Wrap Velcro® Straps. The RDS is about 10" Wide, 5.5" Deep and around 1/2" Thick and designed to carry mission essential documents like reports, maps, lists and other pertinent papers.
-10" x 5.5" x 0.5" Pouch for documents, maps, notebooks and other flat goods.
-Hook & Loop Velcro® Front and Rear for attaching to compatible placards
-OneWrap Velcro® straps for adjusting height and hardware
This product to our knowledge is compatible with our ARC Placard V3 and Elastic Placard V2. All other placards are most likely incompatible.
It is recommended to attach First Spear Split Bar Tubes and your cummerbund to the mounted placard to properly compress the RDS when stowed. Failure to retain the placard may cause the entire set up to sag.
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The pouch is an excellent piece of gear that fills an otherwise niche spot in the market that all issued gear and most private sector companies are not addressing. It is a handy way to store all your flat gear tight to the body where you can still get at it, but not interfere with mags, frags, and comms. I keep a radio and FEA THUL in mine with plenty of space for a map as well. Not ideal for much more than soft goods, as going prone can damage things like protractors or other fragile things when sandwiching between the magazines and the sapi, but I keep a NERD pouch on my left side for those anyway. Even better when used on the chest rig kit as it let's the rig hold more than a standard micro rig by a good bit.
Used this with the quad 556 placard. When its not filled to the brim it loves to sag and makes reindexing a real pain. If you have the zippers in the middle of the opeining the magazines in your placard will make it difficult to reach your zippers. Imo the NERD pouch does a much better job at holding my douments and them being accessible.
The RDS is a nice piece of kit. I use it to store laminated maps, laminated notes, and an extra radio battery behind my arcv2 placard. The RDS does cause some sagging, but it ended up making it easier to draw mags from the placard by pushing them away from the plate bag.