I am interested in a multi role ccw bag

I am interested in a multi role ccw bag

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    I am interested in a multi role ccw bag

    Before any one jumps the gun and assumes I am referring to off body carry, take a deep breath, exhale, get a mint .... Have a seat. This is not that post.

    Now that that is out of the way, i am looking for a bag that can do several things. I do a lot of photography , and carry a small camera bag pretty much everywhere . However camera bags are not really designed for edc. My current camera bag is a peak design 5l or 10l sling bag. My current edc bag is a Red Rock small back pack . I would like a bag that can reasonably combine with skills, all while remaining discrete. I don't like tacticool. The red Rock is covered in molle loops :(.

    For camera gear, I generally carry a small camera body , a speedlight, and a few small lenses ( I shoot primes mostly ), batteries , etc. For ccw gear I would want to carry a few spare mags , a knife , basic first aid stuff , maybe a little advanced kit too, .... And of course all the basic detritus of a edc bag...pen, paper, etc

    I know we have photographers here, so if anyone has a suggestion I am all ears :)

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    I carry a Nikon camera with one extra 300mm lens and extra batteries, memory cards,etc. and the upper compartment goes basically unused and has plenty of room for what you describe...I think.
    Its a simple sling style backpack and the dividers are held in by Velcro so can be taken out and/or changed for different needs.
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    If you don't want to buy a dedicated camera bag, I have bought a bunch of bags from LA Police Gear and have been very pleased. They sell many brands, but their LAPG brand bags are good and inexpensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmordo View Post
    If you don't want to buy a dedicated camera bag, I have bought a bunch of bags from LA Police Gear and have been very pleased. They sell many brands, but their LAPG brand bags are good and inexpensive.
    Thats the thing ...i want the best of both worlds...camera pretection with ccw in mind ... i guess i want my cake and ton eat it too
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    I use an Eagle Creek waist pack. It holds a DSLR and lenses, iPhone and supplementary battery pack, folding knife, extra batteries, small flashlight, small first aid kit, and extra 9mm magazines, pus a couple granola bars. It has end pockets for water bottles. Product listing at Eagle Creek website.
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