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    Default SNEAKY BAGS

    those in the know will remember these from before my time here, but we dug up a handful the Sneaky Bag SUBs (Shoulder Utility Bag) we used to sell. We're blowing them out for 64.99, so grab what you can while you can, once these are done, that's it.
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    I have sooo many sneaky bags... lol.

    People need to buy these things.
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    Talked me in to it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkface View Post
    I have sooo many sneaky bags... lol.

    People need to buy these things.
    Never have enough of these things. One more gone.
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    These are great! Have 1 setup for each family member and extras for training. Got my first from SI member, Cliff Weise (gone too early, bless you !) during my one of my initial SI classes at Orange Gun Club by Jon Payne. I still have it and still going strong!

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    An unpaid endorsement: I have two of these. They are absolutely perfect for an active shooter bag. Mine holds 4 PMAGs in the main compartment plus multi-tool, Surefire 6P, a sharpie and a pair of gloves. The end pouches take tourniquets, Israeli bandages, Hyfins and so on. There's a pouch on the rear for a laminated school floor plan. It's been bouncing around in my trunk since it was a listed item here and is still completely serviceable, if a little grungy.

    You won't be disappointed.

    ETA: I see that these are the second generation with molle on the ends instead of pouches sewn on. Still good.
    Last edited by Sam Spade; 09-15-2021 at 07:51 PM.
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    I have two, my wife has one. Two of them are the smaller model.

    I have one of the mediums that I call my "bag of minor mayhem". 3 AR mags, 3 Glock mags, knife, and the other assorted s*t one would really want to have handy if one were to bail from ones vehicle in a riot of...leftist zombiods.

    I'm thinking seriously about that large one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Spade View Post
    An unpaid endorsement: I have two of these. They are absolutely perfect for an active shooter bag. Mine holds 4 PMAGs in the main compartment plus multi-tool, Surefire 6P, a sharpie and a pair of gloves. The end pouches take tourniquets, Israeli bandages, Hyfins and so on. There's a pouch on the rear for a laminated school floor plan. It's been bouncing around in my trunk since it was a listed item here and is still completely serviceable, if a little grungy.

    You won't be disappointed.

    ETA: I see that these are the second generation with molle on the ends instead of pouches sewn on. Still good.
    When I saw "pouches on the end", I thought maybe you were actually talking about the TIB, but NO. The TIB wouldn't have the pouch in the rear that you mention.

    Even the TIB was the perfect active shooter response way of doing business, IMO. It's all a lot more likely than all that HSGI this-and-that that I bought years ago.

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    Got my bag yesterday. Very well built! Thinking I will build it out as a pistol bag since it would blend in good as a messenger bag when out and about. Will keep my TIB bag as is that is set up for rifle and pistol.
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    It probably doesn’t make business sense to keep the TIB in production any longer, but DAMN I love my three, and have given some as gifts as well. Wish I could find a supplier of them as I have students ask about them from time to time.
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