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    I am physically limited in a wheelchair a lot, prosthetic legs when not. I wear basketball type shorts and pocket tshirts year round irregardless of the weather caue I'm not out walking in it. I carry a SA-XD45 4" 13rd.

    I recently went through a loooong shopping, comparing, trying scenario looking for a shoulder bag ccw type thingy. lol

    Still haven't found what I consider the perfect setup, but am awaiting the next tryout version. Elite Avenger shoulder bag in olive drab. Looks like a slightly larger than camera bag. http://www.shootingsystems.com/cgi-b...tegory_Code=15

    Maxpedition bags, or at least all I could look at online and one ordered were just way too big.

    Will post about it later once I've had a chance to try it out. But looking for others opinions.



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    What about a chest rig? Obviously for OC.
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    No man purse for me...

    This is a bit less... gay.

    http://www.maxpedition.com/store/pc/...nger-2p926.htm

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    Yea a chest rig could work partially. I live on a border between K and IL, so open or concealed is fine in KY but "pack carry unloaded" is required in IL.

    At least until the hoped for USSC ruling stomps down DICK daley's illegal, immoral and archaic limitations on gun rights is passed.

    Thanks for the suggestion, I may very well check into some cross draw chest rigs. Any suggestions on manufacturers, you prefer?

    We recently bought my son a very nice camo shoulder rig from a paintball website, if you can believe that, for $9.95. Very well made, with nice padding on the shoulder flaps/pads. Incidentally they had several bags like maxpedition and were seemingly as well made for a fourth the price.

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    Maxpedition makes cool stuff... I prefer this model... and you can get it at a dozen retailers, including Walmart

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Maxpeditio...44440261484277



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    Go to ...www.activeprogear.com....

    side bar on left side ... scroll down to bottom . click on jogging rig. $49.99

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    @fubar59...

    Take a look at the Pistol Pouch.

    www.dragonleatherworks.com

    Can be worn on a belt. Update coming this week-end on the site that will introduce it with D-Rings and a leather shoulder strap as an optional accessory.

    DragonLW

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    Have you looked at The Wilderness Safepacker?
    http://store.thewilderness.com/index.php?cPath=51
    Perhaps if you would use a real computer you wouldn't have to apologize for not being able to do so many things on the internet!

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    WOW some great responses and places to look! THANKS


    The Activeprogear link does not work though...

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