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    Default Re: Ukoala Bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
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    Looks perfect if you want the femininity of a purse combined with the embarrassment of a fanny pack.
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    Default Re: Ukoala Bag

    So it's basically a drop-leg fanny-pack man-purse?

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    Default Re: Ukoala Bag

    The company vids are too busy trying to look "cool" with their half second views before cutting to the next half second view to really see how the thing works as a holster.

    I have a nice, leather fanny pack that I bought when we first got the Glock - before I knew that fanny packs had gone out of style.
    I wore it to walk the dogs a few times, and it's been sitting in a closet ever since - hoping to come back in style one day. LOL
    The thing I liked was how FAST you could access your handgun. A pull of a tab, and the entire front unzipped quickly, cleanly, and gave clear access to the gun.

    I'm not so sure this thing gives that sort of quick access.
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    Default Re: Ukoala Bag

    One of the better options for purse carry. I don't like purse carry but this bag can be attached to the body so it's as secure as a retention holster. Strictly a female option.
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    Default Re: Ukoala Bag

    Mrs Ronin has one. Bought it at the Outdoor Show a few years ago. She doesn't carry a gun in hers, so can't speak to how well that works. I would imagine with all things, it requires practice to get good at drawing a gun from the pouch. Not sure what size it is, but it does hold a metric shit ton of stuff. So far it's held up quite well.
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    Default Re: Ukoala Bag

    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    So it's basically a drop-leg fanny-pack man-purse?
    The correct term is "murse".

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