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Wiebelhaus 11-11-2012 03:15 AM

I carry a Man-Purse.
 
Or a back pack to be specific, all day every day but they keep ripping and tearing and wearing out exceptionally fast, I guess you could call it a bug out bag but it's one that's always with me, to and fro, at work, even when I run an errand so I need something stronger, better and tougher but I'd like it to not be camo or obvious hunting/tacticool looking because I'd get stopped everyday. maybe plain grey or earthy or black would be a doable.

Any suggestions?

By the way, my daughters call it my "Man-Purse" so that's where that came from but hey man! it's not fair women get to carry all that stuff! my pockets are full of too much already! I need a purse...err I mean a bag too!

Vikingdad 11-11-2012 03:18 AM

Would a computer bag work? They have compartments and look innocuous as Hell.

Wiebelhaus 11-11-2012 03:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Vikingdad (Post 1009805)
Would a computer bag work? They have compartments and look innocuous as Hell.

This is a good idea!

Rick1967 11-11-2012 03:35 AM

I saw a funny thing at the range the other day. One of the shooters had a diaper bag with him. We were all wondering why someone would bring a baby to the range. He opened it up and started pulling out guns and magazines and cleaning supplies. It might look a odd. But nobody would ever guess you were packing. Plenty of men are dads. There are probably more manly looking ones out there. Just an option you may not have thought about. You would definately have the element of suprise. God only knows what your kids would say then! LOL

dog2000tj 11-11-2012 03:36 AM

what about a backpack from an outdoor outfitters store like REI?

http://www.rei.com/product/835054/thule-crossover-sling-pack

Wiebelhaus 11-11-2012 03:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Rick1967 (Post 1009827)
I saw a funny thing at the range the other day. One of the shooters had a diaper bag with him. We were all wondering why someone would bring a baby to the range. He opened it up and started pulling out guns and magazines and cleaning supplies. It might look a odd. But nobody would ever guess you were packing. Plenty of men are dads. There are probably more manly looking ones out there. Just an option you may not have thought about. You would definately have the element of suprise. God only knows what your kids would say then! LOL

hahaha that dude has balls of steel!

Wiebelhaus 11-11-2012 03:39 AM

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Originally Posted by dog2000tj (Post 1009828)
what about a backpack from an outdoor outfitters store like REI?

http://www.rei.com/product/835054/thule-crossover-sling-pack

Oh snap, that bag is hella sexy!

Rick1967 11-11-2012 03:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Wiebelhaus (Post 1009834)
Oh snap, that bag is hella sexy!

I hope you guys are joking. That looks worse than a diaper bag!!!:eek:

Wiebelhaus 11-11-2012 03:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Rick1967 (Post 1009840)
I hope you guys are joking. That looks worse than a diaper bag!!!:eek:

lol

Think about it though, would you think I had three days worth of meds, food, water, first aid, 9mm with 100 rounds, multi-tool, hunting knife, socks, important papers and various other things in there?

Vikingdad 11-11-2012 03:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Wiebelhaus (Post 1009834)
Oh snap, that bag is hella sexy!

I see those all the time around here.

I also knew a guy who was so insecure about himself that the "diaper bag" was a small leather carry-on suitcase. It was probably a designer label too (not that I would recognize one!). He didn't want to be seen carrying a diaper bag LOL! He is such a douche. A diaper bag would be freaking awesome! Heck, use a baby stroller so you can haul more artillery!:D


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