UTG Multi-Functional Tactical Messenger Bag, Black

September 16, 2016 - Comment

UTG Multi-functional Tactical Messenger Bag, Black.The Multi-Functional Tactical Messenger from UTG features a roomy, drawstring-closed main compartment for secure gear storage with additional pockets for organization and access to essentials. The bag features a front pocket for quick access, an interior pocket for separated storage, and a concealed back pocket with zipper closure to protect

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UTG Multi-functional Tactical Messenger Bag, Black.The Multi-Functional Tactical Messenger from UTG features a roomy, drawstring-closed main compartment for secure gear storage with additional pockets for organization and access to essentials. The bag features a front pocket for quick access, an interior pocket for separated storage, and a concealed back pocket with zipper closure to protect small firearms or accessories. A fully adjustable, padded, ergonomic shoulder strap ensures comfortable carrying.

Key Features: Features and Specifications: Roomy, drawstring-secured main compartment Quick access front pocket Interior pocket for convenient Concealed back pocket with zipper closure Adjustable, padded, ergonomic shoulder strap Weight: 1.9 pounds Material: Polyester Dimensions: 12.5 by 10.5 by 5.5 inches (WxHxD)

Product Features

  • TACTICAL GEAR, HOLSTERS, MAGAZINE POUCHES

Comments

M. D. R. Benavides says:

Not as good as the Maxpedition Fatboy but $$$ saver I have worked alongside actual field operators who carried the Maxpedition Fatboy and other Maxpedition products. I have been able to “test” the Fatboy. The main difference between the Fatboy and the UTG messenger bag I’d say is the feel of it. Where the Fatboy feels ergonomically sound and “made for you”, the UTG bags falls a bit short. I’m right handed; the UTG bag feels a bit like it was made for left side carry, but not to the point that it would affect a quick weapon draw out of the concealment compartment. I haven’t seen the UTG bag offered in the right and left side carry option. This might be the reason why it feels like a left side carry as the manufacturer may have tried to cut costs by building a bag to fit right and left side carriers. I’d say that it all comes down as to how the bag fits you. Personally is not something that bothers me much at all. All that said, I know that when it comes to field performance, comfort and “right feel” is not something to skimp on. I…

monoblocks says:

Affordable option, but not without its flaws [UPDATE: thanks to Amazon recently lowering the price of the Maxpedition item, I’ve since acquired the real Versipack that this UTG was cloned from and now have amended this review in certain areas now that I can do direct comparisons between the two.]I originally opted to buy this UTG messenger bag as a less costly way of picking up a concealed carry satchel. Having seriously looked at and handled the Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack original at local shops I was thoroughly impressed by the quality of the real deal and, except for my initial hesitation over the price, would’ve gladly have added that pack to my collection of gear bags. But being the cheap bugger that I can be and despite the fact that I didn’t actually handle one beforehand, I opted for this UTG clone instead and haven’t regretted the decision. This is one fine bag at an excellent price point.For me the UTG differs from the Maxped unit in two significant ways: the quality of the fabric…

Sharpshooter9x19 says:

Tactical Diaper bag and more! I love this bag! It’s made very well (On par with the maxpedition bags I compared it to), holds a surprising amount of gear, is set up perfectly for a Daddy’s “Tactical Diaper gearslinger,” and can turn around and be used as a “Man-bag” holster/EDC (Every-day carry) bag, and all around zombie apocalypse gear hauler!An example of the versatility of this bag: At any given time I have 4-6 diapers, baby powder, a compact wipes case, a mayday 2400kcal ration bar, a box cutter, a small first aid kit, a fresh pair of hiking socks, 50′ of Paracord and extra CR123A batteries in just the main pocket (which, consequently has a draw-string closure making it extremely water-resistant). The Nalgene bottle pouch is a PERFECT fit for standard size 16 oz toddler “sippie-cups,” and the top zippered pouch is large enough to hold three powerbars or granola bars, and several pouches of “Fruitsnacks.”When not being relegated to “Daddy duty” this bag can hold an entire days worth…

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