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Ever see a LEG BAG?

I saw this in a sportbike forum. While it is marketed for other purposes, I'd use it for my .45 and extra mags.

https://trendingdeal.co/pages/biker-...kPOG0cxcyu_4Mg
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I saw this in a sportbike forum. While it is marketed for other purposes, I'd use it for my .45 and extra mags.

https://trendingdeal.co/pages/biker-...kPOG0cxcyu_4Mg
I've seen things like that advertised on facebook. Somewhat regularly, actually. Seems like a nice idea.

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I like it, might use it more on the atv, and strap it somewhere if I get tired of wearing it. Would definitely keep items in reach.

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I saw this in a sportbike forum. While it is marketed for other purposes, I'd use it for my .45 and extra mags.

https://trendingdeal.co/pages/biker-...kPOG0cxcyu_4Mg
wouldn't that make it a leg "holster" then? lol

interesting. but it reminds me of these things we had back in the '90's......they were called "fanny packs". lol

but for real, I could see how that might be useful while riding. Hmm...wheels are a turning.....

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!
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Seen this, also the under arm "shoulder holster" bag. No thank you. Just what I need when a cop asks for my drivers licence for him to think I'm reaching for a gun.
There are saddle bags, top cases, and tank bags that are safer and don't attract attention.

Really, how much crap do you need strapped to your body when you ride?
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I saw this in a sportbike forum. While it is marketed for other purposes, I'd use it for my .45 and extra mags.

https://trendingdeal.co/pages/biker-...kPOG0cxcyu_4Mg
Haha, yesterday the website said, "hurry, only 38 min left at 50% off!". Still 50% off today.
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I think they look kind of gay. I wouldn’t use one. I sometimes carry my 1911A2, and find a paddle holster works well. Especially on the back. That’s what I would recommend. I also carry an lc9, but that’s much smaller. You can get one for $150 from armstrader. My state is an open carry, but I feel like a chode when I do.


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Ever seen a leg bag?
Sounds horrible!

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