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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Withnell View Post
    A replica Mk 7 respirator bag, which is what Indiana Jones carried in the movies.

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    Here's the movie version, from ROTLA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Withnell View Post
    What I use, when I carry a bag (usually in addition to a sporran, since I almost always wear a sporran) is an "Indiana Jones" bag. A replica Mk 7 respirator bag, which is what Indiana Jones carried in the movies. Looks a lot like a haversack, and has some very useful partitions inside. I got it from What Price Glory, a seller of surplus and replica militaria from the UK and US.

    And here it is: http://onlinemilitaria.net/shopdispl...&searchfields=
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    It's a handsome thing, the IJ bag. If it can hold a roll of TP and a bottle of Purell how can you go wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Daw View Post
    It's a handsome thing, the IJ bag. If it can hold a roll of TP and a bottle of Purell how can you go wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverkilt View Post
    Seems like I've tried about every sporran there is...just can't get used to them. Have often opted for vests to hold my stuff but here in hot weather country that's too toasty.

    Picked up a small Saddleback Leather bag...looks like a purse in a way - or a possibles bag. Long leather strap to wear cross body. Probably more room inside than a sporran.

    Of course the "fear" is wearing a kilt/skirt and a man bag/handbag will look too "un-Scottish"

    Anyone out there way ahead of me? Seems common sense.
    I'm not much of a traditionalist, so I say do whatever seems most practical for you. My kilts have pockets, so I don't use a sporran.

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