Vangaurd Up-Rise II closeout

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I posted this in the bags thread but thought someone may find it useful here. Ritz has some leftover Vanguard Up-Rise II bags listed on Amazon. I purchased 2 of the 22 size shoulder bags for $15 each. It looks like they have a few messengers, a sling, backpack, shoulder, holsters, etc. A decent variety. You'll have to go to the Ritz website to get internal dimensions.

https://www.amazon.com/Vanguard-II-22-Shoulder-Accessories/dp/B008S94LTQ/ref=sr_1_3?crid=12HF4FPRXQURE&keywords=vanguard+up-rise+ii+22&qid=1562254816&s=gateway&sprefix=vanguard+up,aps,169&sr=8-3
 

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Good catch!
I bought mine some three years ago and it still works well.
 

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Ok, I give. What's the buckle on the top for? Doesn't seem enough for even a small monopod. The top opens in the opposite direction, so it's not a quick close so you don't have to zip it up.
 
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Ok, I give. What's the buckle on the top for? Doesn't seem enough for even a small monopod. The top opens in the opposite direction, so it's not a quick close so you don't have to zip it up.
Hhmmmm... need to release it to expand the bag, can’t really strap a sleeping bag on it, maybe a poncho; I was gonna run some shock cord with a cinch thing thru the 2 web tie downs at the back and can then secure a monopod.

It’s a very nice bag.
 

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Ok, I give. What's the buckle on the top for? Doesn't seem enough for even a small monopod. The top opens in the opposite direction, so it's not a quick close so you don't have to zip it up.
There is enough of strap for monopod or even gorilla pod but I'm using it mostly as quick holder for my bush hat.
 

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One thing I noted is that if you adjust it short enough it can hold the lid fully open for access. Although that means leaving it dangle when the lid is closed. And, I suspect in time it will stay open by itself.
 

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One thing I noted is that if you adjust it short enough it can hold the lid fully open for access. Although that means leaving it dangle when the lid is closed. And, I suspect in time it will stay open by itself.
It stays open by itself. There is no need for buckle to do that.
 
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