Shield Arms makes more than just Glock magazines with additional capacity. The new Junk Sack is a fanny pack designed specifically for concealed carry. It can hold pistols up to the size of a Glock 19.
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Purchasers can choose from several options and upgrades. There are three sizes of waistband straps: small, medium, and large. Upgrades include elastic or webbing positioning strips, spare magazine holders, and the Raven Concealment Vanguard minimalist holster.
The concealed carry pocket is the heart of the rig. It is 8 inches by 6 inches and has a loop lining for hook-and-loop accessory mounting. There are two grommets at the bottom of the pocket for tying down a trigger guard cover. Shield Arms makes the Junk Sack in three different colors, Ranger (green), Fallout (gray), and Black. All three retail for $99. They are out of stock as of writing but stay tuned for the next batch.
From the manufacturer:
Introducing the Junk Sack by Shield Arms – all the benefits of fanny pack carry with none of the downsides.
There are pros and cons to every concealed carry method/position, and fanny pack carry is no different. The pros are obvious: fanny pack carry is more comfortable and convenient when compared to IWB, and generally speaking, more easy to conceal for more body types. With a fanny pack, how you’re dressed is irrelevant to whether you can carry.
The biggest downside to fanny pack carry is you compromise speed. Traditional fanny pack carry is much slower to draw your firearm when compared to IWB carry. That all changes with the Shield Arms Junk Sack.
The Shield Arms Junk Sack is designed to be the only fanny pack on the market today that gives you all the benefits of fanny pack carry, while being just as fast or faster on the draw versus IWB carry. We accomplish this with our unique concealed carry compartment which uses a combination of rare Earth magnets and hook-and-loop to conceal your firearm within the pack, while still allowing a fast, consistent draw stroke.
Comfortably carry everywhere, and compromise no more. Order your Junk Sack today.
All images from Shield Arms
AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.
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