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Recommend a man purse

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by B yond, Jul 1, 2009.

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  1. B yond

    B yond Member

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    I never thought I'd say it, but I'm looking for a man purse. :eek:
    I'd appreciate some recommendations.

    My requirements:
    -Must be able to carry a netbook computer and power cable.
    -Must have a holster (or quick access to a place where I can attach a holster) that will fit a Bersa Thunder 380 and a Ruger p345 (not at the same time, but be able to fit either)
    -Must be black leather
    -The more compact the better
     
  2. Dex Sinister

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    What are the dimensions of your netbook?
     
  3. B yond

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    9.5" x 8.5" x 1.6"

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  4. Maelstrom

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    Ditch the leather requirement and get a Maxpedition,
     
  5. Dex Sinister

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    Something like this perhaps?
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    That would come close to being an exact fit for it. Separate Pistol access from the side.
     
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  6. B yond

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    I like their verspiack, but I'm looking for something a little more 'business casual' right now.

    Dex, that looks good, what is it?
     
  7. Dex Sinister

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    After all the times it has been said , I never thought I would say it to a guy. You never want to carry in your "murse" LMAO . If a murse snatcher comes along you are S.O.L....
     
  9. rondog

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    Wise words. Nothing to add to that.

    "murse" <giggle>:p
     
  10. B yond

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    I'm not actually planning to carry in it very often. It's mostly to have a bag for my netbook that I can use for a holster if I need to.
     
  11. 10-Ring

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    I like maxpedition too. Better quality than you might think and less tactical than you might think so it's not so obvious ;)
     
  12. herohog

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    The bag pictured above is exactly what I use for daily carry. It holds a TON of stuff and the gun compartment zipper is "lockable" (a LITTLE security, darned little but better than nothing). I carry a P-11 in it but it will hold my 1911A1 no problems at all. There is a spare magazine holder that is adjustable as is the included adjustable holster (Velcro).

    Mine came from E. S. Ramey but the concealed bag links on their site all point to nothing now...
     
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