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UTG TACT MESSENGER BAG BLK.
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.
Product came new in package but was sub standard and should not have passed inspectionPublished 1 month ago by Roland Buller
Maybe the perfect companion to travel a city walking. Secured, plenty of space, light... I love it ! Read morePublished 1 month ago by ccombey
Very well made and balances nicely on shoulder. The added velcro belt loop on the underside is a smart idea. Helps keep it from bobbing from back to front while walking.Published 2 months ago by Gary Lalonde
I've been wanting this bag for a EDC bag for awhile so I finally decided to order it. It's well made and the stitching looks really good,the zippers function flawlessly, it's much... Read morePublished 2 months ago by nlwoodsmen
I've owned that bag for over a year now and I love it. I use it as a tool bag to carry a foldable shovel, measuring tape, flashlight, pens, my gps unit, utility knife... Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Landry
good material and workmanship. like the more urban friendly color . using it for travel and touring and some hikes . it has all the function that is required. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edward Marcal
Fast shipping, good quality bag. Not as big as most "messenger bags" but has the capacity of a good "field bag". Quite stiff out of the box, may soften up with use.Published 4 months ago by David Holmes
Able to carry my dslr with at least 2 lenses, a flash and many other accesories; batteries, remote etc. Love the multiple pockets and the bag also seems to take some weight off. Read morePublished 4 months ago by François Juillet St-Jean