Okay... I get it.. 1000cc=litre.
I also made one for free after our exchange. I cut a length of useless elastic cord out of the bottom liner of my jacket (it's always been a nuisance anyway, catching on my pocket knife, and I've been meaning to remove it). Looped it through one side of the recon kit, tied off the other end, and ran it thru one of the free provided D-ring snaps. Used it a few times in my workouts and it improves the whole kit dramatically. No more bouncing and it holds it really snug for running, bent over exercises, etc.
He should’ve been Mozambiqued, period...
I have the same and purchased Kydex molded trigger guards for the two pistols I carry. The trigger guard is tied to the left side of the main pocket and I leave the corner unzipped a touch. The Kydex trigger guard securely protects the trigger and provides security to keep the pistol inside the pack if the zipper is opened. Mine trigger guard was the heaviest security but they make three levels of "tightness" so you can have it looser or tighter as you see fit. Great option.I just got a Hill People Gear recon chest carrier for $100 for any physical exercise (hiking, biking, running, etc.) and I wish I did it years ago. It's fantastic. I strongly recommend it. The only drawback I can see is that unlike a dedicated kydex type chest rig is that the HPG would likely require two hands to open and draw. It could be rigged to be open on one side if the gun were more secured therein.
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I keep my gun in a thin holster inside so that it is protected from rubbing off the finish.
One real advantage is that you could easily change guns based on activities from an ultra light single stack if you're going on long run, to a full sized magnum caliber for a back woods hike.
Fits phone, wallet, small music player, keys, etc. and/or spare mag pretty well if you don't overload it.
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