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Old 01-30-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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New Motorcycle Firearm Bags from Trailmaster Adventure Gear

If you carry a gun on your bike, you know how hard it is to store it without some big bulky bag or just loose in a tank bag. Trailmaster Adventure Gear has a new bag to solve that problem. It's the Moto G-Pak and it works great with your gun and your tank bag or panniers. It also has a belt loop if you wish to carry it on your body. Best part, it comes with a map sleeve (fake map included) so to throw off anyone looking through your bag. If you don't want to leave it on your bike while going into a restaurant or motel, you can simply take it out and it looks like a simple map case. (Check your local laws for concealment issues)

The bags are now available at http://www.tmadvgear.com/moto-g-pak/

If you use this discount code at check out we will give you 10% off.
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Old 01-30-2014, 04:54 PM   #2
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If you carry a gun on your bike, you know how hard it is to store it without some big bulky bag or just loose in a tank bag. Trailmaster Adventure Gear has a new bag to solve that problem. It's the Moto G-Pak and it works great with your gun and your tank bag or panniers. It also has a belt loop if you wish to carry it on your body. Best part, it comes with a map sleeve (fake map included) so to throw off anyone looking through your bag. If you don't want to leave it on your bike while going into a restaurant or motel, you can simply take it out and it looks like a simple map case. (Check your local laws for concealment issues)

The bags are now available at http://www.tmadvgear.com/moto-g-pak/

If you use this discount code at check out we will give you 10% off.
ADVMotoG-Pak
It will be consider concealed as soon as you start walking around with it. I have one similar to that without the map pocket and checked with law enforcement here in Colorado. Colorado is one of the better states for transporting fire arms. Open carry transportation is legal anywhere in the state. But once out of the vehicle the rules change in some cities.
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Old 01-30-2014, 05:21 PM   #3
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Photos of the bags

Here are a few photos of the bags.

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Old 01-30-2014, 07:25 PM   #4
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I have been using one of these for years. It was designed and is currently made by Wilderness Tactical Products LLC here in Phoenix, less the map pocket.

http://www.thewilderness.com/safepac...lment-holster/

Did you strike a production deal with The Wilderness or is it your own unique design?
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I don't think my AK will fit.
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Old 01-31-2014, 08:04 AM   #6
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I like it. The orange replica in the photo looks like a Sig. Can you tell me what model it is? I'm trying to judge the size of the bag.


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Old 01-31-2014, 09:05 AM   #7
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I like it. The orange replica in the photo looks like a Sig. Can you tell me what model it is? I'm trying to judge the size of the bag.


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Yes Scott that is a Sig 226 with a 4" barrel. The med size is a universal fit of 3" to 4.5" barrels. If you order one and the fit doesn't work for you, we will accept a return or exchange.
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I have been using one of these for years. It was designed and is currently made by Wilderness Tactical Products LLC here in Phoenix, less the map pocket.

http://www.thewilderness.com/safepac...lment-holster/

Did you strike a production deal with The Wilderness or is it your own unique design?
Wow, I had no idea that bag was out there.. You're right very similar in design and totally by accident. Their bag seems to be very well made and has a few features ours does not. A friend and I were getting frustrated with how we were carrying our firearms on our bike and finally sat down one night over beers and sketched out what we wanted in a bag for motorcycle travel. It just happen to come out very close to their design... maybe they were looking for the same thing some time ago.
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