The Sneaky Bags Nautilus is the latest system designed by Sneaky Bags for discrete concealed carry. The Nautilus bag is a mid-sized bag that is designed for more than just concealed carry of a handgun. The Nautilus bag is about the same size as an average backpack but works as a sling bag with three points of contact. Its large size allows it to easily fit and utilize a short barreled rifle, or AR/AK style pistol.


Nautilus Bags specs

The Nautilus is on the bigger side of sling bags but does offer a lot of space. The bag itself is 21 inches tall, 13 inches wide and 7 inches deep. It weighs almost three pounds and is made of tough and durable 1000D Nylon. The Sneaky Bags Nautilus pack has three pouches, the main one, a small forward pouch, and a semi-hidden pouch in the rear of the pack.

The main pouch is outfitted with a combination of both MOLLE and hook and loop internals. This allows you to attach almost anything to the pack, and organize and compartmentalize the pack. The front of the main pack is fitted with two mesh pockets for little gear, perfect for medical gear in my opinion. The rear pouch is outfitted entirely with hook and loop. This rear pouch is designed to be somewhat hidden and allow for the easy concealment of a handgun. The back pouch can be accessed from both sides with ease.


Comfort levels

The bag is designed to carry a bit of heft in it and is outfitted with a wide shoulder strap. The strap itself is well padded, which is a necessity if you start carrying heavy weight. The straps have six sections of padding running down it so it doesn’t dig into the shoulder. The back is also well padded, so your guns and gear aren’t poking and prodding you as you move and groove. Even when running with the bag bouncing it’s still comfortable, even with a full-sized handgun, two spare mags, a flashlight, rifle, and plate carrier.