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A year or so ago, here was a commercial with an Asian man touting a fanny pack. Anyone remember the commercial or what company he represented? I am now in need of a fanny pack for a p/t gig which requires one. Thanks
 
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Ichiro Nagata and TUFF Products TACLLET?

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I have an old Bianchi fanny pack in good shape I am not using. If you want it, you can have it.
Drop me a line on my private e-mail if you are interested.
I believe it will hold a full size 1911.


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My wife claims fanny packs are gonna be very fashionable again, pretty soon. We’ll see!
OTOH, I live in a small town, and there’s a recently retired police officer whom lives in town who has always had a fanny pack on when off duty. Every time I see him out of uniform over the past 20-odd years. Maybe fanny packs were cool all along, and I didn’t know it!


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That's the one Ventura. Thanks. Yooper, I will send you an email. Thanks
 
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not to bring up old worn out 1980's topics but looking for a good one, really, I have looked at all of the popular ones, if there really are any, and found one at 9Tactical, but they only sell on ebay so that scares me and Tommy's Gun Pack, but it looks like he is out of business....does anyone have any other ideas, have looked at 5.11 and like those but they don't make the blue anymore and was really hoping for something with color not so tacicalblack
 
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Try this company, they make a 2 tone fanny pack in several sizes based on the size of the weapon. I use one for my Glock 23 and it works great.


http://www.theconcealmentshop.com/aepacks.php


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Thanks I will look into those
 
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found something interesting at 9tactical.com they have two models that look promising
 
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SuthrnCop,
If you still can't find something that works in the color you want call Tuff Products (877-883-3776) and ask for Nanci.

Tuff has the ability to make products in their shop for you. If it's just a color change, I doubt it will be a large price difference.

Tuff is local to me, I've walked in and had them make repairs on various items over the years.




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