LA Police Gear Tactical Bail Out Gear Bag
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- Large side zippered pocket for wallet, passport, keys and other valuables.
- Four accessory pockets for gun magazines, etc with adjustable hook and loop closures.
- The bag measures approximately 16" x 11" x 6.5" externally (15" x 10.5" x 6" internally)
- Padded Removable Shoulder Strap INCLUDED.
- Polyester lining to protect your delicate items from scratching
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The Bail Out Gear Bag was originally designed for law enforcement (LAPD) and some of our friends in the U.S. military. Our earlier Bail-Out Bags are still in heavy daily use with: LAPD, San Jose P.D., Santa Clara County Sheriffs Office, San Francisco P.D. and individual officers across the country. They were designed from the ground up to be the ultimate personal gear carry/last resort bailout bag. Also great as a Bug Out Bag, E&E Bag, and Get Home Bag (GHB).
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I don't, and wouldn't, use this bag as a duty bag. It is too small. It's a perfect companion or supplement to the duty bag. Usually, I place this bag in the passenger side with the shoulder strap placed around the headrest to secure it. That way I can reach over and grab my water bottle or coffee.
Some of the features of this bag are lacking and I'm not a huge fan of. The bottom, long, horizontal pocket is useless. If it was designed for a flashlight I think it could use some improving because it doesn't fit any of my flashlights. There is what seems like a flashlight pocket on each side of the front pouch which seems adequate. I used one for pens and the other to house a streamlight flashlight to transport to and from work.
Next, the pockets on either side of the magazine pouch seem to specific for what ever purpose they were intended. I'd be happier with another magazine pouch. At least the magazine pouches can be used for practically anything else you'd need. I also don't like how small the front pouch is. It seems because there is only one decent front pouch that I've found it to be the most usable and needed pocket. Furthermore, the main compartment has a really poor, nonrigid separator. I think they intended for this to separate the main compartment into two and also to help the bag keep a form. However, it doesn't seem to work that well. Perhaps if documentation were improved we'd be able to see what the makers intended.
Some things I'd like to see improved: Ditch the two pockets between the magazine pouches for a radio pouch or another magazine pouch. OR, make the pouch on the top the same size as the one below it. As it stands, the top pouch I haven't been able to figure out how to use. Second, improve the main compartments separator. I've found it difficult to find what I'm looking for by shoving my hand in the bag. Perhaps if the separator were improved this would be less cumbersome. The separator needs to be more rigid and there needs to be documentation on how you intend it to be installed. Next, make the front pouch larger, which you can do this by ditching the bottom elongated pouch. The front pouch is the most usable on the bag. Make it bigger but without sacrificing on the two side (flashlight) pouches. Last but not least, more places to put patches would be nice. I like patches... who doesn't really? More places for pouches would be cool.
Overall I'm really pleased with the bag. I would NOT want it to be any larger and any more expensive.