Saturday, July 16, 2011

Sigboy Sneaky Sack

Okay, Okay, I know it's more of a bag than a sack, but it sounds better.

We all know that chest rigs are cool, but when can you wear them? No matter what happens you run the risk of looking like a mall ninja, and nobody wants that.
What can you do to keep the Grey man image, but still carry enough gear?

Just put it alll in a sneaky bag.
It consists of two zippered pockets and the external mag pouches.

External mag pouches-
1 pistol mag
2 AR mags

First Pouch-
Pistol (in maxped holster)
M6 light/laser combo

Rear Pouch-
Pressure dressing
4 123 batteries
Pistol mag
AR mag
small fixed blade knife

The bag is a Maxpedition Active Shooter Bag with Mag front

Currently I'm only using this as a car bag, with the pistol and everything in it except the rifle mags. It goes in and out of the house everyday, and it has not gathered any undo attention. It also is very handy to carry into hotel check in at the end of a long day driving. I've never had anybody look twice at it.


DirtCrashr said...

So you have the M6 light/laser for your Sig?
I'm trying to decide on a light for mine and have just been in-limbo about it.

Mike W. said...

That's a nice looking bag. I've been thinking about picking up some of Maxpedition's bag for the range.

I'm currently using a nearly 20 year old duffle bag and my bookbag for range use.

Roadkill said...

Any info on that knife? I love small fixed blades myself. I carry a small Cold Steel Mini-tac tanto myself as part of my EDC gear.

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Matthew said...

That Timberline mini Pit-Bull is a great knife by the way. I've used mine to field dress a couple of deer, and now keep it in my kayak sack.

ps. Thank you for shouldering such a monumental challenge this coming year.

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