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Do you have any Smith 642's WITHOUT the Lock? Thanks....mikey357
 
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I don't, sorry


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Email sent with Kahr question.



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Do you have any packs that are comparable in size/function to the Arc'teryx Khard 30? I was on eberlestocks page, and have owned their bags in the past, but I am looking for something that would be a good EDC bag (throw my carry gun, laptop, ipad, word papers, etc. into) and not look super-commando. Their H7-Dragger may fit the bill, what are your thoughts?


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Do you have any packs that are comparable in size/function to the Arc'teryx Khard 30? I was on eberlestocks page, and have owned their bags in the past, but I am looking for something that would be a good EDC bag (throw my carry gun, laptop, ipad, word papers, etc. into) and not look super-commando. Their H7-Dragger may fit the bill, what are your thoughts?


Dagger is pretty small.

I use one of these as my discreet, carry anywhere bag:
http://www.eberlestock.com/Che...Secret%20Weapon.html

Its the size of typical backpack, not overly large like some, so it literally blends in everywhere.

For use at work I use a Combat Office, has the best concealed carry pocket out of any bag Ive come across.


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Few new additions


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The J Frames dropped in price...I looked around and WARPIG has an incredible deal going here...

If you ever wanted a nice J Frame this is the best buying opportunity I've ever seen.
 
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Hello "WP",
How about that Nickel/Black P228 that you just picked-up from the NYC Seller?
Would that be an offering?
Please advise and thanks,
Mike...


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How about that Nickel/Black P228 that you just picked-up from the NYC Seller?
Would that be an offering?
Please advise and thanks,
Mike...


Hi Mike, probably wont be seeing that one up here anytime soon.


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BTT for some great prices---
 
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Thanks!

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email sent for trade consideration
 
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Working a trade with WARPIG602
 
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Do you have any packs that are comparable in size/function to the Arc'teryx Khard 30? I was on eberlestocks page, and have owned their bags in the past, but I am looking for something that would be a good EDC bag (throw my carry gun, laptop, ipad, word papers, etc. into) and not look super-commando. Their H7-Dragger may fit the bill, what are your thoughts?


Dagger is pretty small.

I use one of these as my discreet, carry anywhere bag:
http://www.eberlestock.com/Che...Secret%20Weapon.html

Its the size of typical backpack, not overly large like some, so it literally blends in everywhere.

For use at work I use a Combat Office, has the best concealed carry pocket out of any bag Ive come across.


Sorry I missed this, I ended up getting a Mystery Ranch pack used from a buddy. I don't know if you're familiar with their offerings, but they would fit in perfectly with the super high quality line card you're putting together!


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Received the SP2022 this afternoon-Very Nice
Thanks for the trade Dave
 
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Do you have any packs that are comparable in size/function to the Arc'teryx Khard 30? I was on eberlestocks page, and have owned their bags in the past, but I am looking for something that would be a good EDC bag (throw my carry gun, laptop, ipad, word papers, etc. into) and not look super-commando. Their H7-Dragger may fit the bill, what are your thoughts?


Dagger is pretty small.

I use one of these as my discreet, carry anywhere bag:
http://www.eberlestock.com/Che...Secret%20Weapon.html

Its the size of typical backpack, not overly large like some, so it literally blends in everywhere.

For use at work I use a Combat Office, has the best concealed carry pocket out of any bag Ive come across.


Sorry I missed this, I ended up getting a Mystery Ranch pack used from a buddy. I don't know if you're familiar with their offerings, but they would fit in perfectly with the super high quality line card you're putting together!


I agree, Mystery Ranch makes a great pack. I have one myself. Eberlestock excels at producing weapon carrying packs and their line is for the most dedicated to that. I haven't seen a pack that can do it better yet. Unfortunately, I dont believe MR has any dealers, I think everything is done direct through MR. Glad you found a pack that works, cant go wrong with a MR pack.


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Sweet deal on the Speer GD 9mm HP ammo.

And if my count is right, you still have a few J Frames around? My last count showed:

One 642
Three 637's

Any chance I could get that 642? If not, a 637 would be fine. My first J-Frame... Smile
 
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OK...Please send me a S&W 642. And if you can get your hands on a Sig M400 or another Sig PM400 that would be great too.
 
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