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    Disguising your AR

    Cheap folding chair bag plus one 4" PVC end cap.



    Get any color you want and stencil anything you want on the outside. Will not take standard capacity mags but the smaller ones might fit.


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    IIRC, a 20 round magazine is the same length as the pistol grip. That should work.
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    You could probably get a lot of gear in a baseball bag also.






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    A guitar case is also ideal, though unwieldy.

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    Jakash has an awesome tennis racket he totes around
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlockOwner View Post
    Jakash has an awesome tennis racket he totes around
    The tennis racket thing works great for folding stock rifles and bullpups.
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    I chose the chair bag since I do not look like a guy that would be exercising but rather watching the game. Plus its super cheap. I did look into the guitar cases and they were really up there in price.

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    Yeah, the chair bag fits in damn near anywhere, too. Good choice!
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    Pretty clever ! I have an old blue chair bag I've been using to store the plastic grocery bags
    looks like that's about to change.

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    Re: Disguising your AR

    Does the chair bag print or look off? I was debating a chairbag but with some sort of liner to keep it looking square.



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