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Hey fellas. I'm looking for a great case to put the Tavor and 5 mags into. Something inconspicuous like a tennis racket bag that is sturdy and gets the job done. Would be great if you could carry it around without drawing any attention. The Tavor makes a great vehicle weapon because of it's size. Any ideas, pictures or links would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Sneaky Bags is Back!By Matt on April 11, 2013 in Guns, Tactical Gear
Here is a bit of news that will make your day (at least it made mine). Sneaky Bags is back! They are being relaunched with backing by SERT USA (who you may know for their killer range bags and the Compact Carbine Case.

Sneaky Bags started with a simple idea, makes bags that can carry guns that don’t look like bags that are carrying guns. They had an entire line of backpacks and messenger bags that didn’t just carry gear but actually served as support gear to your rifle. They were successful enough that the term “sneaky bag” has become a bit of a generic descriptor for bags of this type.
Now that they are relaunching, their first product will be the CRB or Covert Rifle Bag. The CRB looks a bit like a tennis racket case. The 31″ version will fit an SBR or broken down AR-15 or similarly sized rifle and the 36″ version will fit 2 16″ AR-15s without breaking them down. The front pocket also features a combination PALS webbing/Velcro field that allows you to attach various holster or other items for carrying a handgun. The CRB can be carried as a shoulder bag or a backpack with a fairly simple conversion.
The CRB is just the first release from the newly reformed Sneaky Bags. I hope that other designs, like their messenger bags, will be released soon. Hopefully, with SERT USA’s backing, they can overcome the demand issues that once plagued the original company.
Check out the CRB on TacStrike.com.
 

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Sneaky Bags is Back!

By Matt on April 11, 2013 in Guns, Tactical Gear
Here is a bit of news that will make your day (at least it made mine). Sneaky Bags is back! They are being relaunched with backing by SERT USA (who you may know for their killer range bags and the Compact Carbine Case.

Sneaky Bags started with a simple idea, makes bags that can carry guns that don’t look like bags that are carrying guns. They had an entire line of backpacks and messenger bags that didn’t just carry gear but actually served as support gear to your rifle. They were successful enough that the term “sneaky bag” has become a bit of a generic descriptor for bags of this type.
Now that they are relaunching, their first product will be the CRB or Covert Rifle Bag. The CRB looks a bit like a tennis racket case. The 31″ version will fit an SBR or broken down AR-15 or similarly sized rifle and the 36″ version will fit 2 16″ AR-15s without breaking them down. The front pocket also features a combination PALS webbing/Velcro field that allows you to attach various holster or other items for carrying a handgun. The CRB can be carried as a shoulder bag or a backpack with a fairly simple conversion.
The CRB is just the first release from the newly reformed Sneaky Bags. I hope that other designs, like their messenger bags, will be released soon. Hopefully, with SERT USA’s backing, they can overcome the demand issues that once plagued the original company.
Check out the CRB on TacStrike.com.
I like the bag a lot but $170!!!!!! :evil:
 

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The tennis bag is a great idea, however buy some cans of tennis balls too. I know it sounds like a trashy thing to do, but make sure you throw a lid or two from the ones you popped open and toss it in the car around the "rackets". I am usually lazy and pop my cans at the car, tossing the metal lid into the trunk.

Be advised that some tennis rackets can be worth stealing,in 1995-96 $400 was the most I paid included stringing.
 

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I bought this one for multiple applications, but it may be too large and too pricey. I love the durability so far, but I haven't put it through any significant field testing. Very high quality product. I like to buy once and cry once. I have had too many zippers break and threading come loose. I put my Tavor, two 30 round IWI mags and one sure fire 60 in there (the SF mags don't like steel cased ammo very much in my experience). No one ever looks at it as a rifle bag. FWIW Cherry Bomb and Secret Weapon
 
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Whatever you choose don't leave it unattended in a vehicle. Sorry if this doesn't need to be said, but one of our members already learned this the hard way. Remember, a thief doesn't see a bag a think, "gosh that looks like a tennis racket, don't want that"--they think, "gosh that looks like a tennis racket-I bet I could sell it for $5 worth of crack!"


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Whatever you choose don't leave it unattended in a vehicle. Sorry if this doesn't need to be said, but one of our members already learned this the hard way. Remember, a thief doesn't see a bag a think, "gosh that looks like a tennis racket, don't want that"--they think, "gosh that looks like a tennis racket-I bet I could sell it for $5 worth of crack!"


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Well that defeats the purpose of having a "trunk gun". My trunk can be double locked. I would look pretty weird walking into a bank or a restaurant, car dealership, Taco Bell, my kids school (you get the idea) toting a tennis racket bag. :evil:
 
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Well that defeats the purpose of having a "trunk gun". My trunk can be double locked. I would look pretty weird walking into a bank or a restaurant, car dealership, Taco Bell, my kids school (you get the idea) toting a tennis racket bag. :evil:
Just get a bunch of t-shirts printed up with "Tennis Instructor" on them. No one will bat an eye. They'll just think you're just really dedicated to your work.
 

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Just get a bunch of t-shirts printed up with "Tennis Instructor" on them. No one will bat an eye. They'll just think you're just really dedicated to your work.
Good idea. I could also put dirty smelly work out clothes all over it as well. :lol:
 
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Well that defeats the purpose of having a "trunk gun". My trunk can be double locked. I would look pretty weird walking into a bank or a restaurant, car dealership, Taco Bell, my kids school (you get the idea) toting a tennis racket bag. :evil:
Sorry Patton, I meant to say unattended AND visible (through the window)!


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