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    I'm thinking about buying a new hip/fanny pack that is made to concel carry. Last one I bought was a blackhawk and I've really never liked it. ( takes to long to unzip and access my weapon.) I've googled them checked Ebay, amazon and several other sites and now it seems there are thousands of options. Does anyone here own one and/or can anyone recommend a decent one. I know a good one won't come cheap but I'd like to keep it under $75 if I could. I'll most likly use it to carry my mid frame Taurus PT24/7.
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    This is the one I've been using for well over 10 years ---- probably closer to 15.

    http://www.bagmaster.com/website/car...sp?id=47&bc=no

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    OS - I have the Camelbak Goblin and I like it. It gives me the ability to carry water and gives me quick access through a velcro panel. You just pull and it's open. I've had mine about 8 years +/-.

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    I've been using the Mountainsmith 'Day' lumbar pack w\shoulder straps. It's not designed for concealing a handgun but it is very rugged and versatile.

    http://www.mountainsmith.com/

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