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    Quote Originally Posted by omegajb View Post
    I saw this bag in London Bridges Instagram and thought this might fit the bill. https://lbtinc.com/products/2662fcb They are releasing MAS grey and milticam black today.
    Also, something like this is a little less expensive. Not sure, but the internal pockets look like they might fit magazines:

    https://www.amazon.com/ToughBuilt-Ca...0140VADYW?th=1
    Last edited by NoveskeFan; 03-27-20 at 08:13.
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    While I love the concept of a sneaky bag, remember crooks often will break into cars just because they see something that may be of value inside. Cars are very, very easy to break into. These days with all the insanity going on, I've upped my carry to a 300 BO in a sneaky bag, but if I'm going to be away from the vehicle I try to secure it inside somewhere else if I can. Dont let a dirt bag steal your firearm.

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    If you look inside my SUV it looks like a ground zero child toy-jacket-food explosion. For a reason...

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