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Professional looking man-bag recommendations

This is a discussion on Professional looking man-bag recommendations within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Try Coronado Leather. I carry the planner: No one questions it. It looks professional, and it really DOES have my planner in it....

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    Try Coronado Leather. I carry the planner:

    No one questions it. It looks professional, and it really DOES have my planner in it.
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    Every man carries different gear in his man-bag. Here's a review of a decent looking man-bag loaded up with gadgets.

    My man-bag is very much akin to a woman's purse even though its probably not politically correct to say so.

    folding knife
    leatherman wave
    pepper spray
    Sure Fire
    medium notepad
    first aid supplies
    sun screen packets
    cell phone
    USB memory stick
    dental floss
    granola bars

    This is all the comes to mind at the moment. I could certainly add more items to increase my preparedness level but it suits me for the moment.

    I, personally, am trying to stick with a small-ish bag because i carry it whenever I leave the house and I never put it down. I've found that briefcase and laptop size bags are generally hard to carry 24/7 and get in the way much more. My Fatboy is roughly 10"x9". I shoulder strap is an absolute must for me. I carried a day-planner for a few years but on numerous occasions I had to go back and look for it somewhere because I had laid it down while doing something else.

    My first man-bag was a small shoulder bag that I needed to carry around my Apple Newton. The Newton was one of the very first PDA's and it was VERY large compared to today's micro devices. I kinda miss the large screen size though.

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    American men carried "man bags" as early as the founding of this country, they were called "possible bags" then.
    "The pistol, learn it well, carry it always ..." ~ Jeff Cooper

    "Terrorists: They hated you yesterday, they hate you today, and they will hate you tomorrow.
    End the cycle of hatred, don’t give them a tomorrow."

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