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    Left handed so I THINK I want to carry on my right shoulder. Anyone know what holsters have velcro or whatever they use to position a handgun properly? I'm not looking for a "Bug out" bag, just something to carry what I may need during a one day outing....pistol, mags, knife, flashlight, immediate needs stuff. I have no idea which bag would be large enough or what may be too large, considering the Jumbo for now. Are there any other brands that might better suit my needs? Mainly will be carried in my pickup or on my ATV when I doing my day to day routine where a man carrying a purse wouldn't raise eyebrows!
    "some people never let their given word interfere if something they want comes along"
    The real problem with the world are laws preventing culling.

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    Re: Maxpedition, concealed carry shoulder bags

    PBM, I carry a Jumbo Versipac everyday. As a diabetic I have to carry my insulin and test kit with me. Since you are Left Handed you would want the Jumbo Versipac - S type (this is the designation for the left-handed model). Tough as nails and very practical.

    And for the record I own the standard versipac, jumbo, and the Mongo versipac's. All are tough professional level gear that will not let you down.
    "SI *VIS *PACEM, *PARA *BELLUM"
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      Re: Maxpedition, concealed carry shoulder bags

      So the S-type is made be carried on the right shoulder? I prefer to be able to use a holster on my belt if needed, the bag on my right side. What sort of holster do you use in the bag? I'd like something that will keep the gun muzzle down to make drawing easier.
      "some people never let their given word interfere if something they want comes along"
      The real problem with the world are laws preventing culling.

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        Re: Maxpedition, concealed carry shoulder bags

        This one. http://www.maxpedition.com/store/pc/...on-34p1962.htm

        It attaches to the Velcro patch on the inside back of the top/back most zippered compartment. Works quite well with all of my firearm choices.
        "SI *VIS *PACEM, *PARA *BELLUM"
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          Re: Maxpedition, concealed carry shoulder bags

          I've had both the Jumbo and the Fatboy (s-type), the Fatboy is a bit on the small side, but the Jumbo can be too big if you don't have much inside, then things will just roll around inside, also I don't care for the water bottle pouch on the Jumbo, which is a bit too big unless you are carryin an old school Nalgene bottle or some other wider bottle, and generally the pouches on the sides are not that great for me on either the Jumbo or the Fatboy and I actually prefer the 5.11 tactical PUSH pack, the side pouches are great for my uses, I keep sunglasses with a hard case in the one and a Klean Kanteen 18oz water bottle in the other. But the PUSH pack is meant for left shoulder carry and I sling it on the right shoulder so the pack rides a bit canted, which is not ideal but it's OK. I keep an organizational pouch inside the main compartment of the pack.

          http://www.511tactical.com/push-pack.html

          I have no experience carrying a firearm in one, but generally speaking, I do like shoulder packs for urban carry, you can sling it on the front easily to secure it in a crowded situation, when sitting while commuting or just getting something out.
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