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Does this bag have a holster incorporated?

Does anyone know of a good bag of this type that has a holster incorporated?

I want to hang it on my left side, over my right shoulder. I'm right-handed. So, yeah, this would be a draw from left side with right hand.

No integrated holster. I just drop my pistol in its belt holster, in the bag


Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:11 pm
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Arisaka wrote:
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Does this bag have a holster incorporated?

Does anyone know of a good bag of this type that has a holster incorporated?

I want to hang it on my left side, over my right shoulder. I'm right-handed. So, yeah, this would be a draw from left side with right hand.

No integrated holster. I just drop my pistol in its belt holster, in the bag

Still looks like it would be easier to get to than in the fanny pack I am currently using.

Link to the bag?

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Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:48 pm
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GOOD GRIEF pick out the holster you want and bolt it into place into the bag in bag pocket. It just is not that hard. I have to do the same thing for my mom every few years when she wears out her purse. The last time I went to the Good Will picked out two that would work well for her and had her pick which one. Had it done in a few minutes.


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Looks to be a Maxpedition Jumbo S-Type Versipack: https://www.maxpedition.com/collections/versipack/products/jumbo-s-type-versipack

Link to the full Versipack line: https://www.maxpedition.com/collections/versipack


Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:24 am
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GOOD GRIEF pick out the holster you want and bolt it into place into the bag in bag pocket. It just is not that hard. I have to do the same thing for my mom every few years when she wears out her purse. The last time I went to the Good Will picked out two that would work well for her and had her pick which one. Had it done in a few minutes.

I have been doing the same for years. (First a coat, then a pack, now a fanny pack.) Only I sew it in, not bolt it in.

I like to have a look at products made for the purpose though. Maybe I'll find something I like. Maybe I'll find an idea of how to do it my way, only better.

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Thank you. :bigsmile:

That one is too big. By at least twice the size, needed. (Looks big enough to carry a volkswagon. LOL)

But I am looking through the rest of their products as well.

Gotta say, the fanny pack I use now, has been the most comfortable option I have yet tried. And I am seeing some ideas on this site, that could make it better.

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Selador wrote:
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Thank you!


Also, Google CCW sling packs....some are hideous, and some are cool.

Some require a Molle type attachment that adheres internally, while others are just a somewhat hidden compartment, that a weapon can go into.

Both can give you ideas, or cheap addition to your current set-up.

You can also go to EDCForums....and do a search. Lots of great info there. It's EDC (Every Day Carry) for everything from backpacks, to knives, to flashlights, but the cool thing is that some of the solutions are for a weapon, but by people whose foremost intention isn't the weapon, so some of the ideas can be pretty innovative, and often cheaper....like, this Flashlight holster works even better for my 9mm, ..


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Selador I use the kinda bolts that used to be called hodgeman kinda like what holds the blade to a handsaw. I too use the bolts to attach holsters in my coats. By using the bolts I can just unbolt the holster and toss the coat in the wash or in the case of my fake sheep lined denim coats after they are washed into a clean five gallon bucket or Ritt die to turn them blue again.


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