The Wingman Messenger Bag features a front pocket designed for concealed-carry, which keeps your “wingman” readily accessible. The included HALP Holster can be rotated for left- or right-hand carry. If you don’t want to use this pocket for a pistol, you can remove the holster then use the pocket for anything. Alternatively, the holster works well as a smartphone pocket. The front flap also features a loop tape for patches, and a set of chemloops (elastic loops for glow sticks/ChemLights) to help you stand out at night when needed.
One one side of the bag is four rows of PALS. The other side has a water bottle pocket that’s large enough for a 40 oz. Klean Kanteen, Nalgene, or USGI canteen. There’s a zippered slip pocket on the rear of the bag for a Quarantine Pouch (not included), tickets, a magazine, or other slim items.
The Wingman also includes two removable ancillary straps to accommodate all styles of bag carry. The waist strap can be used when carrying the bag lower around the hips. It keeps the bag from swinging, and can also transfer some of the weight from your shoulder to your hips. The other strap is a 3-point conversion strap. If you want to carry the bag high on your back, like a bike courier, the 3-point strap keeps the bag in place.
The bottom bungee system has a Cordura “false floor” to help load items as well as give them (and the bag) a little protection when you set the bag down. This feature works great for a tripod, blanket, jacket, etc.
The fully lined interior features loop tape on all usable surfaces so you can add a variety of hook & loop accessories, like the Pocket Panel (not included). There’s a D-ring at one end, and a key keeper at the other end.
Items included with the bag:
•Cloud9 Shoulder Pad
•Removable Waist Strap
•Removable 3 Point Conversion Strap
Interior dimensions: ~14.5”W x 11.5”H x 5.5”D
Made in Michigan USA.
*This item is made to order, and my have a long lead time.
**Use an unloaded pistol to adjust the holster to your needs. Never leave your pistol unattended or out of sight. When carrying your pistol in a bag, don’t have it positioned behind you (out of sight) when other people are around and could “pick” your pocket. Use at your own risk. Always obey the four basic rules of firearm safety:
- All guns are always loaded.
- Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
- Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
- Be sure of your target and what is beyond it. --Jeff Cooper