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    discreet AR pistol bag?

    I recently built an AR Pistol (BCM 11.5" upper and a lower sporting a SBA3 brace).
    What discreet rifle bag do you use to carry your complete pistol? Mine is about 28".
    Thanks for any help.

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    tennis racket bag

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    Get a law folder it will open up the options for bags

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    Right now for a 10.3 with folder I'm using a Red Rock Operations Duffel, but I'm also a bit of an oddball that my gun-bag also has to pull double-duty as a laptop case for my big 17-incher.

    http://redrockoutdoorgear.com/operations-duffle-bag/

    With enough dorky cable-clutter, that might be enough to help soothe the sheeple into thinking "oh, just an overloaded IT pro"... those two right-side front pouches are planned to become hard-drive caddies once I figure out how to route the USB cables and mount the USB hub.
    Last edited by Diamondback; 10-26-18 at 05:00.
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    I use a bunch but this is about the best bag I have ever owned - https://sert.us/collections/rifle-ba...=6245980209195

    Easily holds a pistol, folded AK or a broken down AR. Front pockets can hold lots of mags, paperwork and a can. It can be worn like a backpack or carried like a briefcase. I have thrown an Arc'teryx patch on mine and have had several people ask me when Arc'teryx started making that bag (clueless of what it is). I own a bunch of discreet bags and this is hands down the best. I need to order another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokin338 View Post
    tennis racket bag
    +1


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    Stop by your local thrift stores and find a discreet bag that of the proper demensions. I found a tennis racket
    bag to be perfect for my pistol. Now I refer to my pistol as my "tennis racket."

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    Yeah I can see the tennis racket bags becoming the new photographer vest, those guys get shot first.
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    Depending on your setting...
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    5'11 COVRT or Select Carry sling pack's are pretty nice.

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