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Handgun Bags

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Charles S, Feb 28, 2003.

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  1. Charles S

    Charles S Member

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    Does anyone else utilize the Bagmaster style of handgun bags?

    Several years ago a friend of mine gave me the idea to put together carry bags for the handguns I utilize the most. These bags are Bagmaster style bags with the necessities of concealed carry and shooting all located together.

    The bags carry the handgun, obviously; a concealed carry holster; 4 to 6 magazines; a magazine pouch or 2; a tactical flashlight (Surefire 6P or similar light); a penlight (generally a Underwater Kinetics 2 AAA, Buck lights are good); a good folding knife (Spyderco Military, Emerson, Benchmade); possibly a fixed blade knife (Dozier Slim outdoorsman); Multi-tool (Leatherman, Gerber, Sog ext); ear plugs; spare ammo; spare batteries and bulbs; and anything else I might feel the need to be able to pick up with the bag.

    This seems like a lot to carry, but it all fits easily in a Bagmaster Bag. When you are ready to go, just grab the bag. If you wear the gun, I always do, the bag can be kept in the back of your vehicle out of the way. Spare magazines, extra ammo, an extra knife, light, batteries and bulbs for your light are always available. If you have to enter a facility that does not allow concealed carry you have a bag in the back of your vehicle for the gun and holster. If a color other than black is chosen it may not even have the appearance of the standard gun bag. The shape is certainly different than traditional gun bags.

    If you want to go to the range, everything you need it present besides shooting glasses and the sunglasses I choose are always ballistic rated. I generally carry a few extra boxes of ammo in the back of the vehicle.

    This system has worked for me for about the last 8 years. I was just curious if anyone else utilizes a similar system. If not try it, it does work well for my lifestyle.

    Hope this helps.

    Charles
     
  2. Meow

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    sounds like a cool idea. any pics?
     
  3. Charles S

    Charles S Member

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    These are the bags I use. I really like green and blue for colors.

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    My standard on person carry might be something like this.

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    I really like Bagmaster for my handgun bags.

    Charles
     
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