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Over-the-Shoulder Bag for HK?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by hotajax, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. hotajax

    hotajax member

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    Any recommendations for a bag that has an outer compartment where I can just stick my hand in and pull out the gun? No snaps, no buckles, no zippers. Just stick in your hand and pull out the surprise.
     
  2. David E

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    That pretty much only leaves magnets........

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    .............Hey! I may have a great idea!
     
  3. possum

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    maybe this would work for you? i use this when i am kayaking, running, biking etc.

    5.11 select carry bag.
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  4. wh!plash

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    I have one of those 5.11 belt bags like pictured above. I do like it except for one thing. The retention buckles that you pull to take up slack in the straps and whatnot do not "bite" the straps hard enough. Just by picking up the bag with the weight of the gun in it, the straps slide through and totally lose your fitment. Also, if you're planning on wearing it a little more loose and casual (not drawn tight like out for a jog), be prepared to have to retighten it a few times.

    You say no straps/buckles/etc, but have you looked at the Maxpedition versipacks or the 5.11 push pack? Thats what I use, and the one compartment has a zipper and is lined with heavy velcro so you can secure your gun with any kind of straps or holster. Its pretty quick for an off-body carry.
     
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  6. Guns and more

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    I think you've just described a "purse".
     
  7. wh!plash

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    Well technically, he just described a holster...
     
  8. burley

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    Substitute check book for gun. Try Cornered Cat. :p
     
  9. hotajax

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    Sounds like you're well versed on the purse thing.
     
  10. Sunray

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    "...No snaps, no buckles, no zippers..." A purse like that wouldn't be secure and it'd collect all kinds of assorted detritus. A BP shooter's leather possibles bag would do it though. Make it though. Buying one can be horrendously expensive. Track of the Wolf, among others, sells 'em. Starting at $30ish(goes way up from there) for 'lift a flap' suede possibles bag. Takes me about an hour to make one by hand. Mind you, I have the leather and the tools.
     
  11. burley

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    I do have a Maxpedition Fat Boy purse gun thingy. It has a zipper that could be left undone if you like.
     
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