Recover CC3C Grip and Rail System for the Compact 1911 (Officer’s Sized 1911) $39.95
Recover Tactical® 20/20 Series FG20 Angled Forward Grip. Compatible w/ 20/20N, 20/21, 20/22, 20/80, 20/11 Stabilizers $24.95
Recover Tactical 20/20 Series Sling Bag
- High quality bag built to last
- Small Sling Bag with large capacity
- Sling Bag is featured by thick inner padding, reinforced sewing, heavy duty lockable zippers, and great workmanship
- 4 Carry Ways: Sling Bag, Side carry handle, back handle loop, and shoulder strap
- Shoulder straps are removable when not needed
- 2 Main Compartments for your pistols and accessories
Note: Recover Tactical Patch Velcroed to bag is for Illustrative Purposes and not included.
- 90 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
- LIFETIME WARRANTY
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1 review for Recover Tactical 20/20 Series Sling Bag
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Overall: 5.25" deep x 11" high
Main compartment: 4" deep x 11" high
Will this fit the new 20/11 setup?
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Will the bag fit the 20/21 with G40?
Q Will the bag fit the 20/21 with G40? answer nowA Yes. It will fit.
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Q Do you have more information? Bag dims, capacity cu in, volume L, nylon D count, etc... answer nowA I don't have this info. I submitted an inquiry for more info so we'll see what comes back. I can say that this is quality -like everything else that we do.
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Stuart Seal (verified owner) –
This bag is completed perfect for any “get home” situation. Where a rifle is too much, but handgun just isn’t enough, this bag is just right for any PDW-style setup. While I’ve transitioned from the Recover Tactical 20/20 brace to full on SBR-ing my G34, I still applaud RT for its innovation and making the sling bag I’ve needed.
The main compartment is adequate for a G34 with a B&T USW-G chassis and 4x 33-rd fun sticks. There are to slot-pockets in the main compartment – one houses my “stendos”, and the other holds my tax stamp & trust.
The secondary compartment has a small slot pocket perfect for a small notebook & a pen or two. The rest of the space holds exactly the following: 2x chest seals, 2x micro gauzes, 2x pair of rubber gloves, a SWAT TQ, a CAT TQ, a Baofeng UV5r, and a earpiece.
The 3rd pocket since on top near the carry handle. It’s small for a pocket knife and keys. I have used it for a spare G17 mag, but I prefer to keep it empty in case I need it for something else. There is a slot-style cutout directly behind this pouch t huh at you can tuck something into covertly. A G17 magazine fits nearly perfectly and with enough snug that it won’t fall out. A G19 magazine would be completely concealed. On the front of this pouch is a cinch strap for tucking more stuff into and keeping it secured. I’ve removed the cord as I just don’t need it. On one side only, there is a small water bottle style pocket with a hook & loop strap to secure contents. The pocket is not big enough for an actual water bottle, but it’s there if you need it. It would be perfect for a TQ, but I prefer to keep all my bleed control stuff together.
There are some plastic loops strategically placed around the bag, so if you need to hang extra stuff from the bag, a few small carabiners will do the trick. Finally, the shoulder strap itself is girthy. It’s wide, it’s long, it’s sturdy, and it’s not uncomfortable to wear. I have not had any chafing or hot spots, and my bag is loaded. Keeping it slightly loose allows for swinging the bag to my front to retrieve my items as needed, and the “flow of movement” is smooth. Overall, it’s not too big, not too small, and prohibits you from adding excess quantities resulting in an overweight package.
This is the bag I’ve needed for a long time and didn’t know existed until Recover Tactical sent me an email about it. Thanks RT!