Suggestions on a "GoBag" of a different sort needed

This is a discussion on Suggestions on a "GoBag" of a different sort needed within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs You will not find a bag to suit your needs end of discussion . Yeah, I doubt I'd find one ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs View Post

    You will not find a bag to suit your needs end of discussion .
    Yeah, I doubt I'd find one ready made. Its just to much of a specialty item. I was hoping to find something close, and adapt that as needed.
    The versipacks come real close, but all the ones I like are to be slung on my right. I cant have that and operate a long gun, or use my spare mags... I draw those on the left.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    What are you looking at from Maxpedition? The Colossus is right side or left side, and the Jumbo comes in the S-Type which is supposed to be more left side friendly.

    However, your mag requirements are what's going to make this hard, you could attach mag pouches to the pack, but I think that would be taking away form the discrete appearance you're looking for.

    I have no doubt that a Mexpedition Jumbo S-type could hold it all, I'm just questioning the layout, I don't think that in a normal configuration that the mags would be easily accessible, however they do have the "universal" holster attachment to stow you're spare handgun.

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    Yeah, I'm looking at the S type now... Thats the best option I've found so far. I feel my credit card getting warm in my pocket.
    Perhaps I could down grade my mag requirments, That is a lot of ammo.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Yeah, I doubt I'd find one ready made. Its just to much of a specialty item. I was hoping to find something close, and adapt that as needed.
    The versipacks come real close, but all the ones I like are to be slung on my right. I cant have that and operate a long gun, or use my spare mags... I draw those on the left.
    Check out the S-type versapacks. They're mirror image for left side carry.

    You may also want to look into some of the companies that offer custom messenger bags like this.

    R.E.Load Baggage > custom handmade messenger bags

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    The Thermite is my TDB (Tactical Diaper Bag).

    It holds lots of stuff, diapers, wipes, formula, water, toys, pacifier, snacks, Boo-Boo kit, Flash light, Taurus PT 92 and 2 mags you know all the stuff you need with young kids.

    Never put any rifle mags in it.
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    Before you buy, check out the bags that Hawkepaks makes. They do a rifle compatible bag that Larue Tactical sells with their logo on it. Not too costly either.

    Hawkepaks.com, Inc. for EMS, PPE supplies

    Hawkepake/LaRue Rifle Bug Out Bag
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckledrager View Post
    Before you buy, check out the bags that Hawkepaks makes. They do a rifle compatible bag that Larue Tactical sells with their logo on it. Not too costly either.

    Hawkepaks.com, Inc. for EMS, PPE supplies

    Hawkepake/LaRue Rifle Bug Out Bag
    Hmmmm, I haven't seen those before....

    Having the Maxpedition Jumbo, and looking at the above requirements that Sixto is asking about, I'd have to go with the LaRue Rifle Bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckledrager View Post
    Before you buy, check out the bags that Hawkepaks makes. They do a rifle compatible bag that Larue Tactical sells with their logo on it. Not too costly either.

    Hawkepaks.com, Inc. for EMS, PPE supplies

    Hawkepake/LaRue Rifle Bug Out Bag
    Oh wow... thats it! Schwing.

    Credit card is on fire!
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    The Escape cube sounds pretty good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Oh wow... thats it! Schwing.

    Credit card is on fire!
    Did Sixto just say "Schwing"?


    I haven't heard that in a while.

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    Yeah, I said it! Thought someone might have got a kick out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckledrager View Post
    Before you buy, check out the bags that Hawkepaks makes. They do a rifle compatible bag that Larue Tactical sells with their logo on it. Not too costly either.

    Hawkepaks.com, Inc. for EMS, PPE supplies

    Hawkepake/LaRue Rifle Bug Out Bag
    I didn't know La Rue made/sold bags. If it's anything like their scope mounts, it's an amazing product!
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    Here's one that won't break the bank $22:

    BAG-220 - Bug Out Bag, OD Green, 13x9.5x4" Removable Divider, Shoulder Strap - Manufactured by: Condor Outdoor Products

    I use these in four different colors.

    1- OD) I use for emergency overnight stays, has extra set of clothes & skivvies)

    2- TAN) I use for back up handgun, ammo & gun repair & maint. stuff.

    3- ACU) First aid equipment.

    4- BLACK) I use for my AR, it has back up magazine & kit for keeping it running.
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    I have seen some of the other Cheaper Than Dirt nylon products unravel with minimal use.
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    MONSOON™ GEARSLINGER from maxpedition might be just what the Dr. ordered.

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