PRIVY PERSONAL ESSENTIALS EDC CASE FEATURES
B - Quick access "no look" zipper pull
C - Removable shoulder strap
D - Velcro panel for patches (3V Gear logo patch included)
E - Stash pocket
F - Padded exterior
ADDITIONAL FEATURES & SPECS
- Padded tablet/laptop pocket (pocket dimensions: 12"w x 8.5"h)
- Detailed admin panel
- Stylus holder
- Removable organizational panel
- Velcro panel for adding your CCW
- Hi-vis and silent zipper pulls
- Large rear pocket
- MOLLE webbing on the back
- Key lanyard
- Dimensions: 13.5" x 10" x 3.5"
- Weight: 1.6 pounds
- Limited lifetime warranty
PADDED TABLET/LAPTOP SLEEVE
THERE WHEN YOU NEED IT
REMOVABLE ORGANIZATIONAL PANEL
3V GEAR PRIVY EDC CASE REVIEWS
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I may ramble a bit and get too specific in my attempt to make concealed carry bag decisions easier for others. purchased this because I was looking for a replacement for my Cipher Messenger bag which was in turn a replacement for my Outlaw which replaced my Posse. While I want the bag or pack I carry out of the house everyday to be functional in every way, it has to work with the Shadow Shot holster. Originally, the shadow shot held a Beretta PX4 storm Compact .40SW that weighs approx. 2.5 pounds loaded with a spare magazine (Wish 3V would add a mag carrier to shadow shot line BTW. A spare mag is no big deal in the Outlaw but it flopped around in the Cipher. ). That just fit in the Posse in away that made drawing the pistol doable. It printed a bit inside the pack - not outside- and reduced the volume but it worked well for a long time. When I needed to start carrying a laptop into the field, I upgraded to the Outlaw. No problem there regarding carry and room for more stuff.
Switched to the Cipher for a more incognito look but found the latch on the main compartment wanting and the fabric definitely sagged under the weight of the Shadow Shot and the Beretta. It didn't scream 'gun' just something too heavy for the bag. the pull on the fabric made the latch problem worse. I tried a S&W airweight in .38spcl.and that was an improvement but the pistol carried when placed low in the bag near the bottom seam and that was not a good draw position for me.
I decided to take a chance on the Privy case knowing that I would have to remove the admin panel to use the Shadow Shot. I could just get my small laptop inside but there was no chance of zipping it with the Beretta or S&W inside because the laptop stopped the bag from expanding. Without the laptop, either handgun printed. Maybe not screaming 'gun' but in the smaller case it my have whispered it. A Ruger LCP II worked well and I may have stuck with this case except for one thing. While you can arrange to draw easily enough, you cannot open the case to access other items without exposing the shadow shot and its contents. That made it a no-go for my daily needs -especially as I was trying to look less tactical. That said the case is well-made and would work as a great small organizer with the admin panel installed. It would even work as a bag/holster if you used a a Ruger LCP II or SCCY sized handgun and did not need to access the contents in front of others. I am not sure where it will end up, but in all likelihood it will be used as an internal organizer in my wife's 'get home bag' which is an Outlaw II.
Just to be fair to 3V, I have repurposed the Cipher as game camera bag using the sentinel insert I had in an Outlaw II. I am back to the Outlaw II for my EDC bag and it is happily dealing with the laptop, mouse, Beretta, graph paper pads, writing utensils, spare flashlight etc. The Posse long ago became the bag I take to tree stands and still holds my second shadow shot, small binocs, snack, deer drag, spare gloves etc. So, while I may have wasted some effort in this experiment, I do not feel like I wasted any money because of the way the Shadow Shot and Sentinel work with different 3V products.
Wow! I can carry a 12.9 inch iPad, an 11inch iPad, my kindle and iphone simultaneously!
Very stylish looking. Quality of the zippers and overall construction of this bag is outstanding. There are two molle bags I plan on purchasing as an add on. The bag feels incredibly comfortable and well balanced while packing my electronics around.
Privy Personal Essentials EDC Case
This bag is legit AF. This company is legit AF. Gear bags don't need to drain your bank account, as 3V has shown. Do yourself a HUGE favor, buy your gear right here AND have cash left over. Will I buy here again? Yup. Already did, and will again.
I can’t say enough great things about this case! The item description doesn’t do it justice! With the numerous options for EDC + CCW capabilities you won’t find a better case for the price! I definitely recommend picking one up!