Primary Arms Tactical Shoulder Bag - Olive Drab Green
Dimensions in inches:
- Main padded compartment: 8x3.5
- Front zipper pouch: 6x2
- Side accessory pouch, zipped: 6x2
- Mesh bottle holder: 6x3.5x3.5
- Top Molle pouch: 6.5x3
Ratings & Reviews
by Mark Mobley
Been looking at Shoulder Bags and spotted this on sale at Primary Arms.Nice Bag Mfg by a "Name" Company in my favorite OD Green!Has lots of great little pockets with sturdy zippers and includes a Holster...what a deal!
Don't call it a man purse! Plenty of pockets, great for going to the range or day trips with the kids.
Just what i needed!
Great every day grab and go bag.
what a bargain
by R. D.
great kit bag( aka man purse) . maybe too many small pouch/pockets though. I use for carrying water bottle, phone, reading glasses, sidearm , dog leashes , etc. without weighing down my cargo pants or shorts. Should of bought two.
Love this bag
I absolutely love this bag. I'm a type 1 diabetic, so I have a bunch of junk to carry around, and this fit the bill. It's not too big, but it has plenty of storage. The construction is top of the line. This allows me to carry around my diabetic supplies, phone chargers, an iPad and more if I need to. I'll buy another one when I wear this one out. I wouldn't mind more colors to choose from, though.
Good value for the money
by Ashley McBride
I bought this bag with the intention of carrying the few things that usually found their way into my pockets on a daily basis; pistol, holster, light, meds, wallet, keys, cell phone, etc. It does a good job of holding all of those things without being too large. It's comfortable to carry for long periods of time and the belt loop makes it nice if you're trekking through the woods. Construction is good although not what you'd call top of the line. I think it'll last well enough for the price. I would buy it again.
Tactical Shoulder Bag
by Mtn. Ridge Runner
Impressed, a lot of pockets to put stuff a the price and delivery was great.
by Tango Romeo
Needed a new travel/map bag. This fits the bill. pockets and little nooks everywhere. CCW pocket, removable padded center pocket, good for tablets. quick access pockets for passports/travel documents. Again a quality Primary Arms product at good price. To many features to list.
Not a bulky bag yet holds everything I need ready to go. Includes a one-size-fits-all internal holster in a concealed pocket!Designed for right-handers but adequately accommodates those of us in our right minds. Still, a LH version would be great!
pack is well constructed and has plenty of pockets. I have other similar shoulder bags and you can tell the difference in construction.
I took a chance on the bag during one of the Christmas Sales and I am GLAD I DID! Well put together well thought out and better then some of the other bags out there of the same style. Side mesh fits a Nalgene bottle. Good Job Primary!
I purchased this bag to use as a diaper bag for my son. The bag is great and has plenty of storage room. The only regret I have is not buy more! This bag would make for a great go bag (gonna be my secondary use). If you catch this bag on sale definitely buy it!
Super nice bag!
by Scott of Chicago
Wow. PA knew what they were looking for when they labeled this bag. I didn't look into the specifics of the threading quality and all that because this was on sale around xmas and was a super deal. I have Maxpedition and Hazard 4 gear, this is almost as good as the Max bag but half the price at full price even. One of the best things is that shoulder bag goes rearward enough to be on the upper quarter of the back. At that point there is a Velcro attachment point that loops around your trouser belt. Holds the bag solid when running or riding a bike. Lots of room for a full size 1911, but I carry a xds with room to spare. Lots of features. Wow. Nice design. Do they have black? I didn't see it. OD is a little out of place. Get a grey or black bag PA. I'll buy another.
Great shoulder bag for the vehicle or short trips in the woods.
by Tony -
I have been needing a new tote for my daily carry items and this seemed to fit the bill. The bag seems well constructed with Molle attachment points on the outside, numerous sized pouches through out the bag, and what appear to be good zippers. The main pouch has a waterproof enclosure which is great for your pistols or other items that need to be kept dry. The pouch would hold a full size 1911 with holster and then some. You might be able to put two side by side as there is a padded divider in the main compartment. If you have a removable holster with the velcro it would be at home in the main compartment. There is also a side pouch for a drinking bottle which is really nice to have.<br>The shoulder strap has a nice pad to keep things comfortable. The strap has lots of adjustment to fit about anybody. <br>If you needed a smaller grab and go bag for the vehicle, you should consider this.
Been using this bag for several years now. It is a great value. Over the past year it has become my bushcraft essentials bag. I clip a light Snugpack blanket bag to the bottom and I am ready for a night out.
Perfect Gun Range Bag
by John -
I love this bag. Perfect size.
<br>Excellent range bag for guns. Has compartment decider to separate 2 pistols, has a separate compartment for 3rd Pistol or acts as a conceal pocket with zipper. If using as a reg to go bag or gun show bag as I like to call it.
<br>Very comfortable on shoulder with full size 1911 and M&P 9 and PT111 all loaded.
<br>Plus other small compartments for mags
<br>Not ammo bag
Far better than I'd hoped
by Dogtired -
Wow. Just wow. These are amazingly solid for the price. If you can get these on sale, there's no question between this and the Maxpedition Jumbo. I broke down and got one and can't believe how well constructed it is. I use a Jumbo for a hunting bag, and would feel completely comfortable using this instead. Might not pay full price (wouldn't pay full price for a Maxpedition either), but when it's on sale it is well worth it. Great EDC, hunting, or get home bag.
Perfect for the Range and the Field!!
by John S -
I know it’s a tactical bag, but this is my all-time favorite shell bag for duck/goose hunting. Lightweight and tough enough for the marshes.<br>Have gotten a couple more friends to get one and would definitely recommend for all hunting/shooting applications!!!!!
When they go back on sale I’ll be buying 5 more!
by Robert -
Love this thing for hiking. The back compartment is large enough to fit any of my handguns. When they put then on sale again I’ll be ordering 5 more for my boys!
Kick A** EDC Satchel
by Ryan -
I started using a satchel or murse, as my wife lovingly refers to it, about a year back because I was always losing one thing or another. This is the third bag I’ve owned and this one is the best, most functional, and highest quality of them all. Got it for an amazing price from PA too. I love these guys!!
Nice bag and even nicer when on sale!
by John -
I waited until these bags were on sale (which is about 2-3x a year) to get one. For that price it's very nice. The website photos show the universal velcro-fit holster stuck to the velcro fuzzy area on the front. Once placed inside the CCW pocket the velcro area on the bag's front will accommodate two 2" x 3" flag patches. Zipper pulls are better quality than shown in the photos.
<br>Water bottle pocket will easily accept a 1 liter Nalgene.
by chad -
Awesome bag, well built and gold everything that I need it to, I wish they would go on sale again
Great value in a bag.
by RJC -
Well the bag finally went on sale again. It is way more than I thought it would be for the price, very impressed and well made. Large enough for a full size CZ-75 SP-01 with lots of room to spare for all the extras. Bought 7 of them great gift, would easily go for a $100 with any other name on it or more.
by Daniel "Doc" -
Great Bag ! Wish it was in Multicam. I use it when Hiking . But Should the $hit hit the Fan , I'll make a great Aid Bag or Carry an Extra 7, 30 rd mags. Y'all still Get 5 Stars. So many uses.....Doc Out !
Not the durability I expected
by TBC -
I bought two of these. The fabric part with the drawstring tore the first time I tried it on the first bag. The other survived most of bow season this year before the fabric sheared off along the stitching. Luckily, the rest of the bag is very durable and the buckle is secure enough to hold the top flap closed. The bag actually seems over-built, except for the inner part. The bag is big enough to hold binoculars and a range finder. The multiple side pouches are big enough to hold a thermacell, toolset, pruners, etc. Almost a perfect bag, if the inner portion was more durable. Still nice at a sale price. I expect better quality from a bag that retails at $50.