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For those of you who own a helmet, be it a bump helmet, a ballistic ACH or a gunfighter cut ACH, how do you transport it when you are going to a class or taking a trip somewhere? Do you just throw it in you truck or maybe stuff it in a bag? That can be quite a bit of money rolling and bouncing around.
FirstSpear came up with a way to transport a helmet and protect it at the same time. It’s called the Helmet Hut. I had been looking at these for a while and after doing some research and talking to others I decided to get one.
I ordered mine from SKD Tactical. I decided on coyote because it doesn’t scream tactical. When my wife first saw it, she said it looked kind like a typewriter case. (For those of you old enough to know what a typewriter is. ) So it’s not something that the average person would even pay attention to.
It has a strap with hook and loop tape that secures the helmet. On the inside it has one large pocket with a zipper on one side and on the other side is a set of three smaller mesh pockets with a zipper. I am able to get my gunfighter helmet, rhino mounts, Crye Nightcap, and NOD’s in the bag. I can also store electronic ear pro under the helmet. That keeps everything together in one place. The bag is also padded. I have attached several pictures. One of them shows an ACH in the bag for reference. The rest show my gunfighter cut helmet.
It has a carry handle, velcro for a nametag or patch, and two d rings to attach a shoulder strap.
It was worth the money.
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I’ve been using a FS Helmet Hut for about a year and a half. My experience mimics First Sergeant’s.
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