Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Kynoch, Dec 9, 2014.
Then go start a thread on the subject.
I think the best parts of murse handgun carry are:
* It makes no difference what you are wearing, your gun will be with you.
* You don't have to "dress to carry."
* Size becomes far less of an issue. You carry what you are most confident with and not what will gouge your love handle the least.
* You'll actually have the gun with you -- you won't leave it behind because it's too much of a hassle.
Well, when I'm actually in the vehicle, my murse is next to me. When I go into say the post office, it (or some of its contents) remain in the vehicle which would be the case no matter how I carried my firearm.
My experience proves that murse carry can be extremely secure.
Nope, lucky enough to not have to carry a cell.
Change maybe, but temporary as it gets dumped in
the cup holder.
No pen, if you need me to sign something you better
have a way to do it.
No hankies, lotions, hair care products....etc....
The terminology is throwing us for a loop. If you would have called it a carry bag from the get go there would be less negative reaction.
Supposed insecurities or not, my first thought when hearing the term "murse" was something feminine. Like it or not, I think many others here had the same reaction. My generation and older certainly didn't grow up with the term because Indy Jones never called that carry bag a murse. It would seem murse supporters are rewriting history a bit to promote the new term.
What else would you expect from a bunch of middle aged and older gun shooting men?
Dr Jones used a WWII era MoD/UK gas mask bag.
I was curious about that.
PS: 24's Jack Bauer didn't carry a murse, he used a Jack Pack!
Satchel. The correct word already exists.
Going out of your way to create a new word that sounds stupid, then accusing people of insecurity when they gawk at it. Real cool. Isn't macho chest thumping grounds for administrative action?
Way back in post #49, at 8:03 PM EST (6 hours prior to this post) Sam1911 wrote:
A few of you tried, but the OP insisted on making this a men's accouterments discussion, so we're done.
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