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Always. Wouldn't do much good not to (Ruger LCR 357). ;)
I've been using a BigSkinny for years. I did de-badge it to reduce the thickness even more.
"Great for cleaning up after some tactical activities."
That was like fingernails on a chalkboard to me...
I use them mostly as crush-proof , leak-proof containers for liquids. Soap, shampoo, alcohol (both kinds), in my GHB. In each of my water bottle...
Or use safety pins to make the loops smaller.
Panasonic ToughBook. Don't need a bag for that. ;D
Any from Ecco's Track II, IV, V lines are awesome. Available in shoe or boot. WaterPROOF, gore-tex lined, traction sole, and (IMHO) super...
Freakin' small. I have an X201 which is physically identical to the X220. 8.25" x 11.5". Mine it a little bigger due to the 9-cell battery...
I got one a few months ago. The grab handles at each end are great. Compression straps are handy. Personally, I don't like the fact that the...
Same issue here with Maxped webbing. It's too thick to reliably clip them, so I modified all my annex clips.
On each mating surface, there is a...
6ft, 297lbs here. Main strap length is plenty long enough. Secondary strap is too short, though.
Here's one (LINK) on eBay that attached via ties.
Here's another (LINK)
I think you'd have to sew your own hook material to something like this.
I have several 3x5. One contains a precision screwdriver set (12) and all the others are pocket FAKs. Just got a 4x6, but haven't decided what it...
Hmmm...for a notebook? What a novel idea! ;D
Actually, I have a few of them. One for a precision tool kit and the others for FAKs.
I have a couple of the NiteIze ones. They work fine on a SINGLE layer of fabric. But they hang up on anything thicker (like the reinforced pocket...
One thing is for sure. Amazon has it cheaper (LINK).
No, it's been 3 months before I can even SEND IN the bag.
I've been waiting for 3 months so far.
All depends on your definition of "low profile"...