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    discreet carry courier bag options?

    I'm looking for a good courier type bag for discreet carry. IWB isn't ideal for my office, so I'm looking for an alternative for the walk to and from the office. A courier bag of some type should fit the bill. Any recommendations for a high quality, practical bag that will provide a secure / discreet, but also accessible carry option?

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    It doesn't get much more discreet than this in a casual business environment:



    http://www.boytharness.com/catalog/p...roducts_id=591

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtdawg169 View Post
    I'm looking for a good courier type bag for discreet carry. IWB isn't ideal for my office, so I'm looking for an alternative for the walk to and from the office. A courier bag of some type should fit the bill. Any recommendations for a high quality, practical bag that will provide a secure / discreet, but also accessible carry option?

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    Really anything that's purpose made for carry will probably be made of nylon and be covered in MOLLE/PALS. You're more than likely going to have to press something else into service, you may have to get creative and stich some Velcro on an inner panel to attach a holster of some sort. Get something that everyone else in your office uses and stick one of those bright luggage tags on it so someone doesn't accidentaly pick yours up. However I'd advise against off body carry and maybe look into a different deep concealment method or hideout gun or both.

    FWIW, I'm just a regular dude & I don't carry at work JMHO.

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    http://www.thenorthface.com/catalog/...gory-messenger

    The North Face outlet near my house had the Base Camp Small, which is still pretty big. It was on sale for $50. They are a good deal on a messenger bag made from really durable material. It's similar to the heavy duty PVC coated Nylon.

    Don't buy a "discrete bag" from a tactical company if you want be low pro.
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    I may need to check REI for the North Face bag. Ideally, I would like a purpose built bag, designed for quick access and with a means to securely hold my pistol in place. Fortunately, I have a means to lock up the pistol & bag while in the office, so it won't be accessible by just anyone who strolls by my desk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtdawg169 View Post
    I may need to check REI for the North Face bag. Ideally, I would like a purpose built bag, designed for quick access and with a means to securely hold my pistol in place. Fortunately, I have a means to lock up the pistol & bag while in the office, so it won't be accessible by just anyone who strolls by my desk.
    If you're going to lock it away in a desk drawer have you considered one of those "day planner" look-alike gun cases?

    For messenger bags, I like Timbuk2, I use one of their totes as a discreet range bag for my pistol. On top of being high quality bags they're mostly USA made. I picked mine up at REI on clearance.
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    I think the Blue Force Gear DAP Accessories should allow you to convert just about any regular bag to your needs.

    http://www.blueforcegear.com/product...rt-Insert.html

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