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    Default Truck Gun Bag?

    What do you like to use for your truck gun bag?
    Though a mighty army surrounds me,
    my heart will not be afraid.
    Even if I am attacked,
    I will remain confident.

    Psalm 27:3 (NLT)

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    Do you mean a support bag, storage of the weapon, or both?
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    Mostly storage for when I'm in the vehicle. So something gray that isn't going to draw attention and allows for relatively quick deployment.
    Though a mighty army surrounds me,
    my heart will not be afraid.
    Even if I am attacked,
    I will remain confident.

    Psalm 27:3 (NLT)

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    I use a backpack with a padded laptop pocket in a color that closely matches my vehicle's interior so it doesn't stand out. Most people just assume it's my gym bag when I carry it to and from the car. But then again I look like I go to the gym.
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    OP - what is it to contain?

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    Micro Draco with folding arm brace. About 15 inches overall.
    Though a mighty army surrounds me,
    my heart will not be afraid.
    Even if I am attacked,
    I will remain confident.

    Psalm 27:3 (NLT)

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    Though a mighty army surrounds me,
    my heart will not be afraid.
    Even if I am attacked,
    I will remain confident.

    Psalm 27:3 (NLT)

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    Looks good to me.

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    I will say that the red dot is hooking on the bag on the way out. It's not anything that couldn't be dealt with quickly, but it did get me thinking a straight "up pull", like out of a duffel bag, would remove that problem. I've decided to not have one in the pipe. That was a back and forth decision since I definitely keep one in the pipe on my carry, but in the end that's what I decided.

    BTW, that's a 4 mag pouch that I have turned around so the gun doesn't hook, but I also will hopefully be able to have enough to solve any problem that needs a solution I come across.
    Last edited by sfc; 01-25-2019 at 03:17 PM.
    Though a mighty army surrounds me,
    my heart will not be afraid.
    Even if I am attacked,
    I will remain confident.

    Psalm 27:3 (NLT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfc View Post
    I will say that the red dot is hooking on the bag on the way out. It's not anything that couldn't be dealt with quickly, but it did get me thinking a straight "up pull", like out of a duffel bag, would remove that problem. I've decided to not have one in the pipe. That was a back and forth decision since I definitely keep one in the pipe on my carry, but in the end that's what I decided.

    BTW, that's a 4 mag pouch that I have turned around so the gun doesn't hook, but I also will hopefully be able to have enough to solve any problem that needs a solution I come across.
    If you can upgrade the mount for your red dot it will lower the profile a great deal. There are solutions that allow for cowitnessing the dot and BUIS, which is of course ideal. But the side benefit for carrying in your bag is that it's less likely to snag on the way out of a bag.

    If a gun is not under my direct control, such as in my hands or in a holster, my default is empty chamber.

    A gun in the bag - always, always always, empty chamber. Bedside SMG - empty chamber. Truck gun - empty chamber.

    There are a few exceptions. I have a kydex holster mounted on the bed. No one is going to disturb it and the trigger is well protected. I keep that one chambered.
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