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    Vertx Gamut plus will carry my 17" laptop and an AK/AR pistol with folding brace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themonk View Post
    I use a bunch but this is about the best bag I have ever owned - https://sert.us/collections/rifle-ba...=6245980209195
    Thank you

    Besides the C3 case, my main covert case that I use is the EMDOM TNT GYM bag - I usually carry two uppers in it:
    http://www.emdomusa.com/Emdom-MM-TNT...ag-p/eu150.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    Thank you

    Besides the C3 case, my main covert case that I use is the EMDOM TNT GYM bag - I usually carry two uppers in it:
    http://www.emdomusa.com/Emdom-MM-TNT...ag-p/eu150.htm
    I really like the GYM-E bag...but damn the price tag about takes my breath away. While the bag is long enough to hold my pistol, it doesn't look like it will fit in/out cleanly through the smaller zipper (shorter than the length of the bag). But...the design is fantastic. (The vertical tension webbing transferring the weight to the padded bottom is brilliant)

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    Quote Originally Posted by readyme View Post
    I really like the GYM-E bag...but damn the price tag about takes my breath away. While the bag is long enough to hold my pistol, it doesn't look like it will fit in/out cleanly through the smaller zipper (shorter than the length of the bag). But...the design is fantastic. (The vertical tension webbing transferring the weight to the padded bottom is brilliant)
    Yeah - the price has gone up since it was introduced - it's definitely not cheap. You can put longer weapons through the top zipper - as the end compartments have 'false' dividers to allow the weapon to extend into them. Sometimes you can slip it in that way. If not, the end compartments open up so you can slide the weapon in from the end:
    gym-e.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    ... If not, the end compartments open up so you can slide the weapon in from the end:
    gym-e.JPG
    I have had two of these for years and never knew that... Took you long enough to tell me MM!

    Dennis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    I have had two of these for years and never knew that... Took you long enough to tell me MM!
    That's what my write ups are for!

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    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    That's what my write ups are for!
    I just buy your stuff. I don't read about it!

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    I bought one of MM's gym bags just after it came out. Very well made, and nobody gives it a second look.

    Highly recommended.

    My other favorite bag is one of the sterile backpacks that John Noveske made in a limited run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by readyme View Post
    I really like the GYM-E bag...but damn the price tag about takes my breath away. While the bag is long enough to hold my pistol, it doesn't look like it will fit in/out cleanly through the smaller zipper (shorter than the length of the bag). But...the design is fantastic. (The vertical tension webbing transferring the weight to the padded bottom is brilliant)
    Quote Originally Posted by militarymoron View Post
    Yeah - the price has gone up since it was introduced - it's definitely not cheap. You can put longer weapons through the top zipper - as the end compartments have 'false' dividers to allow the weapon to extend into them. Sometimes you can slip it in that way. If not, the end compartments open up so you can slide the weapon in from the end:
    gym-e.JPG

    I have looking at the non-"e" version for a while now, says is will accommodate uppers up to 16", that would be plenty big enough for me and is a little cheaper.
    E pluribus unum

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