UTG Taktische Tasche UTG Multi Functional Tactical Messenger Bag - Funda de arco, color negro
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- Compartimiento principal de cerrado a Través del lazo Con El Cable de Bloqueo párr proporcionar Espacio De Almacenamiento de pelotas considerable y segura
- Bolsillo delantero proporciona un acceso rápido para todo tipo de objetos personales
- Bolsillo interior en el interior del bolsillo lateral para conveniente, el almacenamiento separado
- Oculto bolsillo trasero con cierre de cremallera para proteger a las pequeñas armas de fuego o armas de fuego los accesorios más esenciales
- Correa para hombro ergonómica acolchada totalmente ajustable
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Compartimento principal se cierra a través de cordón con cord-lock para proporcionar un y seguro bolsillo storagefront proporciona acceso rápido a belongingsside bolsillo contiene bolsillo interior para una cómoda, separados storageconcealed bolsillo posterior con cierre de cremallera protege su más esenciales pequeña arma de fuego o accessoriesfully ajustable acolchado hombro ergonómica strapmeasures 12.5 "x 10.5" x 5.5 "
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This bag has zero wear and tear on it after using it almost daily. When I say everyday I mean city slicker use, walks at night where I load it with at least 15 lbs of stuff for additional workout. The inner waterproof bag intact, no fraying of any straps. Buckles still working strong. No fading of color. Again, I am not in the back country, dragging it over rocks and through thistle patches. I do throw it around as needed and over-pack sometimes. Reviewers who prefer maxpedition pieces over all others because they have worn out other makers bags, are probably using the wrong bag, over stuffing them beyond design/reason. Many who have worn out these type of bags probably need to use a back pack version, no matter what make. After using this and loading and unloading it, I almost prefer that there was no liner/waterproof cinch cover provided. I would rather provide my own waterproof bag/bags. Easier to clean, can serve multiple roles, dries out easier, segregate items with a couple of individual bags. Will report back after damage has occurred.
I have been using this bag for about a month now, not heavy duty use, walks and throwing it into the vehicle for everyday use. I originally purchased the Maxpedition Fatboy but did not like the size and the fact that items stored inside the main compartment can fall out. The cover for the main pocket does not securely cover the opening. There is NO(edited 5-5-17) liner./water proof with a pull cord to protect items in the bag from falling out and getting wet from rain.
The UTG does have the liner. I have read reviews that state the liner will tear out easily. I can see how they can say that/have had it happen to them. So far this has not been an issue. Will monitor and report back in this review.
The shoulder strap is 2" wide with a pad that is slightly larger and using webbing material to provide ventilation. The shoulder strap material is not as thick as the maxpedition but it is sturdy and made of quality material. Maxpedition bags use a thicker material that adds to its weight. That is another reason for me returning the maxpedition. It was too heavy when empty. In fact the max material is too heavy for most applications! It might seem impressive and macho, but the material is brutally stiff and will scrape skin off if rubbed against.
The UTG pockets are all functional and big enough for my purposes. The "concealed" pocket is large enough for my Beretta 92FS. There is Velcro in that pocket to attach a holster appropriate for Velcro. The left side pocket with a drawstring will not close completely but will secure your water bottle. I have a 32oz stainless steel water bottle that fits easily into the pocket. See pic. I use the Velcro strap provided to secure the side pocket by going over the top of the water bottle. I twist this strap a couple of times to prevent the strings from pulling wide and allowing the bottle to maybe slip out when running of inverting the bag. I would have liked an organizer in the main compartment for securing pens and other objects such as small flashlights, lighters etc. I bought some Voodoo Tactical pouches to compensate. The outer front pocket does have a bit of admin organization capability.
The right side pocket is double zippered and roomy enough to some useful tools, food bars, battery packs, etc..
The material is solid but not too stiff like the Max bags. The zippers definitely sturdy and made of metal. They do "clang" a bit as some reviews have posted but that is easily remedied by electrical taping them, or cutting the pulls and replacing them with para cord or other string based material. The zippers are quality if not quite as "thick" as Max. They are not going to break easily.
There are many molly areas on the bag used to attached other storage items. I have not used them yet. The loops found on the outside of the bag are non-elastic so you cannot simply slide an item in them and expect them to stay.
The shoulder strap does unbuckle from one side of the bag. The buckles themselves are sturdy, cannot see them breaking easily. The pocket on top of the bag can be used for sun glasses or eyeglass case. That would be the largest item (or similar sized item) that would fit.
Buy this bag, it is sturdy enough to last through most non-Navy SEAL action. The Max bags Are top notch quality, but this bag is not far behind. What you save by buying this bag can be used for molly attachment items, pouches to store internally, and a good quality water bottle. And throw in some Rite in the Rain paper and a Fisher space pen and you are getting near the price of a Max Fatboy bag.
My wife has the same bag, in coyote color, and she really likes it. I know this one is not as durable as the 5.11, so it won't last as long. but...is seems to work.
it conceals a pistol nicely that's not to difficult to get to. It lacks pull cords on all of the zipper,s which the PUSH pack has, and that's such a positive difference when you want to open something faster. I'm sure I can transfer the ones from one pack to the other, but UTG should add those.
so, for the price, it's only ok. it just happen to fit a need...
One suggestion for a great companion purchase is some paracord. It is always nice to have around but in this case it is great since it is a perfect way to extend the clips and loops spaced around the bag. One example being the bulky wire spool for punch downs. Hanging it frees up lots of space and hanging it is easier to pull off wire as needed.
Lots of external pockets, one large main pocket and an internal zipped pocket for storing a large frame pistol, er, iPad or other tablet. Side pockets have drawstrings to cinch tightly plus a drain hole. Zippers for all other compartments. The flap secures well with a large buckle that can be manipulated easily with one hand.
Would function equally well as a fashionable diaper bag for the tactical father.
It holds, with room to spare:
Four 30-round AR magazines
Six Glock 22 Magazines
Tourniquet + Isreali Bandage
Bottle of water + snack
...and more that I'm forgetting. You're only limited by the amount of weight you're willing to carry swiftly.