Looking for a place to hide your guns in a product that also doubles as a bugout bag? The Tactical Garment Bag from Skinner Sights offers a great way to hide your guns in plain sight or carry them with you when you need to.
This heavy-duty nylon garment bag comes complete with a hanger that will hold 200 pounds. The bag will hold a rifle up to 40 inches long, three magazines for the rifle, two handguns, four magazines each for the handguns and has pouches for other gear that you want to store with your guns.
It also folds in half to become a handy gun case that will allow you to easily carry all of your guns and gear right to the range when it is time to train. Or you can use the garment bag as a bugout bag if you need to grab guns and get moving in a hurry. *The pistol holsters inside the garment bag are generally sized to fit auto-loading pistols and are not recommended for everyday carry. They will hold the guns in place in the case and that is about it.
The entire case is built with heavy-duty nylon and uses super-tough zippers and nylon straps. It is available in two colors, OD green and tactical black, and retails for $189.
Not Lockable Storage
If you don’t feel the need to lock your guns, this is a solid option for storage that is hidden in plain sight. But hidden is not secure. So check your local laws about whether you can be held liable if your guns are not locked up. When you decide to use this case, don’t tell anyone you have it.
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About Kevin Michalowski
Kevin Michalowski is executive editor of Concealed Carry Magazine and a fully certified law enforcement officer working part time in rural Wisconsin. He is a USCCA- and NRA-Certified Trainer. Kevin has participated in training across the U.S. as both a student and an instructor in multiple disciplines. These specialties include pistol, rifle, shotgun, empty-hand defense and rapid response to the active shooter. Kevin is passionate about the concealed carry lifestyle, studying the legal, ethical and moral aspects of the use of force in self-defense. He is a graduate of the Force Science Institute Certification Course and has worked as a professional witness and consultant on matters concerning the judicious use of deadly force and deadly force decision-making.