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FreeLancer:
I used this handy (stealthy, too) camera bag before I needed space for a laptop.  It's pretty compact, but has a zip out expansion for when you need to carry a coat, and the dividers for camera equipment are handy for keeping stuff organized.

Ken325:
I tried to post a picture of my REI bag but this website is not letting me.  Another thing I like about my bag is it is kinda gray man, but REI makes their stuff rugged.  It is a shame they have been taking anti-2nd amendment stances lately.  Companies need to stay out of politics. Anyway it will hold a 13 inch laptop easily but it is still small.  If someone will tell me how to post a picture from file I will post it.




If I had to buy a new one I think I would look at this.  You could secure it in your car with a padlock.
https://www.pacsafe.com/metrosafe-ls250-anti-theft-shoulder-bag/30425100.html

fritz_monroe:
Here's a link on how to post a pic.  But I'm not sure how to change the size.
http://thesurvivalpodcast.com/forum/index.php?topic=21040.0

Here's the one that you would buy as a replacement.

fritz_monroe:
I ordered this to fill the gap between now and when I decide what to get as a "permanent" solution.  It was inexpensive, but slightly smaller than I thought it would be.


The Professor:

--- Quote from: fritz_monroe on July 24, 2018, 05:32:04 PM ---Here's a link on how to post a pic.  But I'm not sure how to change the size.
http://thesurvivalpodcast.com/forum/index.php?topic=21040.0

Here's the one that you would buy as a replacement.


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My wife has one almost identical to that in Khaki as her purse.  She carries a full-sized H&K VP9 in it with no problem, along with all her Woman Stuff.

The Professor

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