LA Police Gear Pistol Case
LA Police Gear Pistol Case
LA Police Gear Pistol Case
LA Police Gear Pistol Case
LA Police Gear Pistol Case
LA Police Gear Pistol Case
LA Police Gear Pistol Case
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LA Police Gear Pistol Case

SKU #: LAPG-BG-PistolCase
MSRP: $29.99
$11.99
Description

This closed cell foam padded case will protect your pistol and hold extra magazines, ammo and gear. These cases are a great value at this price. Compare to name brands selling the same basic case for $20 or more. At these prices you can get one for each of your favorite guns. Want to carry a gun under your car seat but still protect it? This is the case for you.

Features

  • Built with Heavy Duty 600 Denier Nylon
  • Soft interior lining that won't scratch your pistol or magazines
  • Large Padded Zipper Pocket to keep your Pistol Safe
  • Two strong zippers, which can be locked
  • Five Part Elastic Belt for Magazines or other Accessories
  • Soft-Side hook and loop Front For Name Patch or Morale Patch
  • Measures 11" X 8.5"
  • Reviews
    Review Summary
    4.8
    572 Reviews
    5
    82% (468)
    4
    15% (87)
    3
    2% (13)
    2
    1% (4)
    1
    0% (0)
    85% Recommend this product (485 of 572 responses)
    By William Bullard
    El Paso, Texas
    October 5, 2017
    Great soft pistol case
    Very nice quality. Holds 5 mags. Can hold most pistols. Very nice.
    By Eddie
    all over
    August 23, 2017
    Nice Pistol Case
    I bought two of these and I am really satisfied. Perfect size for any pistol from RugerLCP to a full size 1911 with room to spare. The magazine slots are tight and plentiful. Great case if you want to take 1 or 2 if small to mid size to the range or just to transport.
    ProsWell padded, perfect size, GREAT PRICE, & well made.
    ConsNONE!
    By Jeremy H. Woodward
    Florida
    August 17, 2017
    Pistol case
    Very cool case, works great.
    By JustJake
    Montrose, MN
    August 7, 2017
    Great Pistol Bag
    As shown by the picture, I have several LAPG Pistol Cases. I have 9 total (one not in the picture as the wife is using it). I also have several of the LAPG bags that I have bought over the years. All have been purchased by me. The zippers are good. The material is tough and the magazine storage loops are nice. As soon I as I purchase/order a new pistol, I jump over here to LAPG and order another Pistol Case. Even if the gun comes in a hard case. I really like the pistol case from LAPG that much. The colors are solid as well. For the price, they are impossible to beat. I carry one with me on every road trip I go on.
    ProsGood construction Mag loops are a plus Zipped internal pouch keeps the gun separate from the mags. Price is great
    ConsThe zippers are good. A higher end Zipper would make it fantastic.
    By Sean
    South Carolina
    July 22, 2017
    Great Value
    These cases are exceptionally well-constructed for the price. Plenty of room for just about any handgun. Generous padding. Sturdy zippers and handles. The mag loops work fine for either single or double stack mags, although they are a skosh tight for Glock mags. Still perfectly fine, though. I buy one for every handgun I acquire. I've bought numerous. You cannot beat these cases. Buy with confidence.
    ProsWell made Great value Plenty of room, but not too big
    ConsNone
    By Val
    Gulf of Mexico
    May 31, 2017
    Tuff stuff
    Great bag, perfect size, well made and can beat the price. Bought two bags. Used one for a .380 and one for 9mm. I will probably order a couple more. Thanks LAPG.
    By Tom
    MB, SC
    May 29, 2017
    Great Pistol Case
    This was my first purchase of a LAPG pistol case and I was very impressed. The case greatly exceeded my expectations. The quality compares to more expensive competitor models
    Prosvery functional - high quality - great price
    Consnone
    By Lh
    FL
    May 20, 2017
    Pistol Case
    This item is awesome it fits my 9MM and all just right for easy travel to the range.
    By Ted
    Saint Paul, MN
    May 15, 2017
    Great product, excellent price!
    Holds several mags and weapon is held in a separate padded, zippered pocket. I own several and have bought them for gifts too!
    ProsZippered weapons pouch Color choices Velcro patch area on outside Price
    By Troy lawrence
    Palm desert, california
    May 5, 2017
    Great item for the price
    Got it fast and does what I needed.
    By Dave Smith
    Ca
    April 1, 2017
    6th one. I keep coming back for more
    As always prompt and fair service. Great product. Thank you
    By Bruce Kensky - Science Wizzard
    Tampa Bay - Florida
    March 30, 2017
    Great Quality - Great pistol revolver case. Nothing fancy just works!!
    Nothing fancy just works!! Great quality for the money!!!
    Pros#1 - Price. #2 - Bought 2 one for myself, one for my son who just got a new pistol. He is elated, and I am very satisfied. One tough case for the range and for protection of your weapon.
    ConsNone as of yet.
    By Glen F
    Hartford, CT.
    March 30, 2017
    Great value
    These pistol cases are great for storage and transport to and from the range and they don't break the bank. I ordered 6 and received them quickly. I think I'll be ordering another 6 soon.
    ProsWell made. Low cost.
    ConsNone I can think of.
    By jennifer
    NY
    March 22, 2017
    LA Police Gear Pistol Case
    This is a great little case to bring to the range. Fits many magazines and or a box of ammo. I now own 3. Can't beat the price. I love it.
    By Wyomick
    Wyoming
    March 3, 2017
    Top Notch Case
    Top notch case for the price. Hard to find a solid case like this for $12.00, and it fits inside my range bad too.
    ProsTop notch material, construction, and design.
    ConsNope.
    Q&A
    14 Questions & 32 Answers
    Elmer
    from Oakland asked:
    December 29, 2016
    I have 2 of these already. i had them in my closet and now they're full of mold. are they machine washable?
    6 Answers
    The mold may have weakened some of the fibers, so machine washing could possible force the threads to separate. When this happened to me, I soaked the pistol case in white vinegar, then washed it by hand in the kitchen sink, using regular dish washing liquid. It came out fine. Don't forget to rinse thoroughly.
    Bill Davis
    on December 30, 2016
    from Northwest Georgia
    I have two, as well. These are well made and sturdy. Having stated that, I would think that you could wash the case in the washer on gentle or delicate cycle, and a low heat tumble dry. I am more concerned that you have a moisture problem in the closet that is bad enough to allow mold to grow. Mold is everywhere, but under normal circumstances, it doesn't flourish where people live and breath (~your home). Black mold is especially dangerous, as spores can get into your lungs and nasal passages, causing breathing ailments (some irreversible). Also, I would not store my weapons, or clothing and other possesions, where mold is visibly present. Ever smell a strong odor of mold when someone walks by you? That could be you, and the odor is caused by mold spores released into the air. You need to empty the closet, and bleach treat the walls, shelves, etc. Then get the moisture problem repaired. It's your health (and weapons and wardrobe) at risk. Good luck with the bags.
    Doug
    on December 30, 2016
    from Garden Grove, California
    Yes permanent press only, on shortest setting , air dry
    Chip
    on December 30, 2016
    from Farmers Brnch, TX
    Put in a pillow case and Wash on warm cycle. Hang up, Let drip dry. Do not wring out.
    Ric
    on December 30, 2016
    from Garland, Texas
    Hi Elmer, I've owned a half dozen over the years and have not encountered a similar problem. However, at $10 each, I'd say wash them. I would zip them up except for maybe a 3" or 4" gap at the top. After washing, unzip it completely and let them air dry. Mine are filthy from use and I think I'll try your suggestion. Jim Jim
    James
    on December 30, 2016
    from Jeffersonville, IN
    yes they are washable , have a buddy of mine that trashed his pistol cases & they cleaned up nice. he said you might want to let them air dry. have a happy & safe new year.
    Dan
    on January 1, 2017
    from Kissimmee, FL

    Max scholz
    from Byron center mi asked:
    November 14, 2015
    Will a tauris tracker 4"mag fit in it ( 9"length )
    4 Answers
    It should. It holds my Beretta 96 and 4 magazines with room to spare.
    RichardH
    on November 18, 2015
    from Del Mar, CA
    Should fit with no problem. I tried my S&W M27 6 1/2" barrel, target grips. It is 13" from front of the barrel, to the bottom back of the grips. I just bought four of these, and they are very nice. Ken NRA Life
    Ken
    on November 18, 2015
    from SW PA
    Taurus Tracker is revolver and is should fit in the pistol case, unless your revolver barrel are too long .
    Daniel
    on November 18, 2015
    from California
    Just received the case today. My full sized P226 Sig .40 cal fits in it just fine. Based on photos of the Taurus tracker, it should fit just fine. Probably anything larger than 10" would be difficult. The material inside the pouch is stretchy to accommodate bulkiness.
    Roger
    on November 19, 2015
    from Texas

    Mike
    from Chicago Illinois asked:
    March 12, 2015
    Will this fit inside the standard size bug out bag? Or only the jumbo version.
    1 Answers
    This would be a bit large for our standard bailout bag when fully loaded and would fit much better in our Jumbo bailout bag
    Customer Service
    on March 12, 2015

    Mel
    from A Free State asked:
    January 24, 2015
    Can this case be used for the sole purpose of holding Glock 33-round magazines? I understand that a 33-round magazine will not fit in the elastic webbing, but if the magazines were stored at a 90 degree angles to the webbing, would they fit that way?
    2 Answers
    I believe they would fit just fine turned long ways in the case. It has ample room.
    Richard
    on January 26, 2015
    from Southern California
    The magazine is a couple of inches too long to fit vertically in the webbing, as intended. It would fit snugly if placed horizontally in the bag (except anywhere inside of California).
    Doug
    on December 30, 2016
    from Garden Grove, CA.

    jack
    from Costa Mesa, Ca. asked:
    January 21, 2015
    Will it qualify for locked transport in california?
    1 Answers
    You are able to lock the two zippers together so the case can not be opened so it will met the needs just fine.
    Customer Service
    on January 21, 2015

    jfordbentley
    from Phoenix, AZ asked:
    January 15, 2015
    Will this hold a Browning Buckmark 5.5?
    6 Answers
    YES
    Ed
    on January 16, 2015
    from Lenexa, KS
    If I recall, that pistol is about the same size as my High Standard, which does fit the case, so I would say that the Buckmark would fit.
    Bill
    on January 16, 2015
    from Texas
    I purchased this for my old Smith 4506, a five inch full sized .45. That fits perfectly. For your question, I tried to fit my Ruger Mark II .22 target pistol. That gun has a 6 7/8 inch bull barrel. The padded compartment is not quite big enough for that pistol. I hope that helps.
    Mike
    on January 16, 2015
    from Reno
    Purchased this for my old moled 4506 Smith .45. A full sized pistol with a five inch barrel. Perfect fit for that gun. For your question, I tried my Ruger Mark II .22 target pistol with a 6 7/8 inch barrel. The padded gun pouch is a bit too small for that pistol. I hope that helps.
    Mike
    on January 16, 2015
    from Reno
    I believe it will. I use it to carry a Ruger Mk III with plenty of room.
    Wayne
    on January 17, 2015
    from Lucas, TX
    All my pistols fit into these cases, including my biggest handgun, a Ruger Redhawk 5.5 inch that barely fits diagonally in the pistol case. Hope that helps
    Dennis
    on January 17, 2015
    from Colorado Spgs, CO

    Chuck
    from Columbus, Ga asked:
    July 27, 2014
    Will a S&W 40 fit into this bag with out problems?
    1 Answers
    If you are referring to a S&W M&P .40, then yes, it will fit just fine.
    Customer Service
    on July 28, 2014

    Wes
    from Ventura CA asked:
    June 24, 2014
    Does this product in coyote tan match the Bail Out Bag in Desert tan or are they different shades
    1 Answers
    yes the products will match just fine. they are the same color just labeled differently between the products.
    Customer Service
    on June 24, 2014

    Richard SMith
    from Fort Worth, TX asked:
    March 1, 2014
    Where is this bag manufactured?
    1 Answers
    This case in manufactured in China.
    Customer Service
    on March 1, 2014

    mBrane
    from TX asked:
    February 27, 2014
    Will this hold double-stack mags, like Springfield XD or Glock .40 S&W?
    2 Answers
    This item can hold double stack mags as well. i have used this case personally for my Beretta 92FS mags.
    Customer Service
    on February 28, 2014
    Also use for a Beretta 92 FS, I use every other mag loop, too tight when I try to use them all.
    Jerrob
    on May 11, 2014
    from Central Indiana

    Willis
    from Douglasville, GA asked:
    December 17, 2013
    What size velcro patch will need to purchase for this bag?
    1 Answers
    The Velcro area of this bag is 4 inches by 2 inches.
    Customer Service
    on December 17, 2013

    Jason
    November 8, 2012
    Can it be locked with a padlock?
    1 Answers
    Our Pistol Case can be locked with a padlock if the lock is not too thick.
    on November 8, 2012

    Donald Cronick
    November 8, 2012
    Can you fit a 1911 in one of these?
    3 Answers
    The pictures show a 1911 being used with this pistol case.
    on November 8, 2012
    Yes, my Colt Government 1911 A1 with rail fits easily!
    Mark
    on September 21, 2013
    from Richmond, Va
    Do not store a 1911 with ivory grips in a black bag. The dye of the interior material will leach out into the natural ivory material and leave a back mark on the grip necessitating your returning the grip to the manufacturer for repair.
    Pete
    on March 2, 2016
    from Wisconsin

    jim mac
    November 8, 2012
    Does this have a D-ring so the zipper can be locked?
    2 Answers
    Our pistol case does not have a D-Ring.
    on November 8, 2012
    It has two zipper pulls, which can be locked to each other, locking the case shut.
    Rayra
    on September 1, 2013
    from Los Angeles

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