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Old 07-13-2012, 2:40 PM
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Default Best fanny pack for ULCC...? (Unloaded Locked Concealed Carry)

The Everest I've been using has begun ripping -

Not exactly the most sturdy material anyway.

Anyone have a link to fanny pack they have been using with good results?
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Old 07-13-2012, 2:50 PM
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I just use a backpack....
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Old 07-13-2012, 3:21 PM
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I dont want to lug around/wear a backpack - But thanks for playing...
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I'm looking for something like this as well. Even better would be an inside the pants holster that completely covers the gun and locks somehow.

Danny, what padlock are you using?
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Not a fanny, but not a backpack... Have you looked at Ribz? I CC carry with one when I hike/ Backpack.

http://www.ribzwear.com/
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This has got to be the best fanny pack period!

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http://www.tommysgunpack.com/product...?productcode=1
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find a jacket you like and sew a pocket with two zipper heads and a tiny combo lock on the inside.
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since fanny packsare out of style - wearing one these days screams "GUY WITH A GUN"
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how about a well-placed scarf?

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Try this:

http://www.511tactical.com/All-Produ...tol-Pouch.html

You might find better pricing by Googling it.

I've used it frequently.
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find a jacket you like and sew a pocket with two zipper heads and a tiny combo lock on the inside.
Has anyone checked this to see if it's legal after the changes in the carry laws last Jan? It was my understanding that ULCC outside of a vehicle was now a misdemeanor. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thank you, Mary
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Has anyone checked this to see if it's legal after the changes in the carry laws last Jan? It was my understanding that ULCC outside of a vehicle was now a misdemeanor. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thank you, Mary
No, it's only unloaded open carry that they made illegal.

If we couldn't ULCC (unloaded locked concealed carry) then we could never bring handguns anywhere legally.
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since fanny packsare out of style - wearing one these days screams "GUY WITH A GUN"
I will have to remember that one.

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then we could never bring handguns anywhere legally
There are differences of opinion about this.
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No, it's only unloaded open carry that they made illegal.

If we couldn't ULCC (unloaded locked concealed carry) then we could never bring handguns anywhere legally.
Actually the way the new legislation reads, it also took away the right to ULCC, unless you are specifically traveling to and from a range/hunt, or in a vehicle. Simply carring an unloaded locked weapon while you are walking around the block is now illegal, and carries the same penalty as carrying loaded concealed. Maybe some of the legal eagles here can reclarify, since there seems to be some confusion, and I certainly do not want to be operating under the wrong information. Thank you, Mary
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I've requested clarification in a new thread: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...35#post9495935
Thank you, Mary
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