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I recently purchased a CZ Scorpion pistol with a Tailhook arm brace. I'll post a separate thread in a few days with my thoughts on the pistol and brace themselves, but I've been thinking...

Since this is technically a pistol, I may occasionally want to carry it concealed, such as when going on a road trip. (I'm covered nationwide under LEOSA.)

So I'm looking for some sort of covert concealment bag or pack that would work well for hauling around a CZ Scorpion pistol with folding arm brace, along with a few extra mags. Preferably something low-profile, without any overt tactical branding and without being covered with MOLLE.

I've seen some options elsewhere online, ranging from dedicated SBR/SMG bags like the 5.11 Select Carry to just generic backpacks, messenger bags, and tennis racket bags. What are the Scorpion owners here using?
 
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Eberlesrock cherry bomb for my small stuff. Grey Ghost apparition for the bigger ones (SCAR 17) both look like regular bags. Both have extra space to carry personal items.


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Another plus for those bags is the weapon compartment is separate from the other 2 pockets so.you can access your personal belongings without having to open the rifle pocket. This is particularly beneficial when using the bag in places where weapons are frowned upon or perhaps illegal.


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Vertx Gamut.

Thank me later Wink



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I use a tennis racquet bag for mine.

Works great!




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I use a Vertx Gamut for my standard pack when not carrying a rifle. Really nice bag. The downside is the main compartment where you store the go is also where you would store most other items. If your just going to keep the gun and related accessories in there the Gamut would be a great choice. I seldonly carry a pack just bring my rifle so I like having the rifle compartment separate.


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Originally posted by Rolan_Kraps:
I use a tennis racquet bag for mine.

Works great!


Until you're walking around without a tennis court in sight.


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Originally posted by Rolan_Kraps:
I use a tennis racquet bag for mine.

Works great!



I used that for my last vz58 copy(century). Worked great.
 
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I use the Eberlestock Cherry Bomb mentioned by WARPIG for my MCX. The downside to the Scorpion with it is likely that the Scorpion is smaller and will sit lower than a 10" or 11" .223 when folded. That might make it a bit tougher to get out, but on the other hand you can pack over it if need be.
 
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The red 5.11 select carry was on sale for around $60 from Amazon. Not sure if it still is.

The Bulldog MSR Sling Pack is similar. All black. No molle.

Or maybe a larger laptop bag?
 
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Originally posted by Rolan_Kraps:
I use a tennis racquet bag for mine.

Works great!


Until you're walking around without a tennis court in sight.

And aren't wearing tennis clothes.
 
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Originally posted by Longbow_06:
Vertx Gamut.

Thank me later Wink


This is the bag I picked up for the same reasons. It looks like a hikingish backpack, with no molle on the outside. With the loop side Velcro all over the place, I finally have a use for all those Velcro mpx mag pouches that I've been accumulating.
 
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Thanks for the suggestions. I found a lightly used black and red Vertx Gamut for $79, so I'm going to give that a shot.

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Originally posted by Phelen_Kell:
The red 5.11 select carry was on sale for around $60 from Amazon. Not sure if it still is.


It is not.
 
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$79 is a fantastic deal !!
You won't regret it !!


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I use a mandolin bag I got off Amazon. Fits the Scorpion and mags just fine and is well padded.
 
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