RETURN POLICY

What is your return policy?
How come there is no wire in the bags strap to keep it from being cut as there is in other manufactures bags?
Why do some of our purses have locking zippers while others do not?
Why are there two zippers into the gun compartment?
Why don't you use a tradition holster style retention device in the bag?

Return Policy

For purchases made on this website:  All returns or exchanges must be made within two weeks of original purchase date. To qualify for a return or exchange you must call us at 855-822-4327 or email us at info@everydaytacticalgear.com and request an RMA number.  For returns due to manufacturers defect, you will have a choice of an exchange or a refund.  If you choose refund you will be issued full credit for your purchase less all shipping charges.  Returns for any other reason other than manufacturers defect will be issued credit towards a new bag only.  The returned item must not have been used, and be in resalable condition.  You will be issued credit for purchase price only, and must pay for shipping for the new item. There are NO RETURNS ON SALES ITEMS


For purchases made from any other source other than this website (gun store, outdoor store, gun show, etc.) you must go through the location you purchased the bag for any and all returns or exchanges for any reason. top

How come there is no wire in the bags strap to keep it from being cut as there is in other manufactures bags?

Since I am not just a bag designer, but am a firearms and personal safety and awareness instructor as well, my tactical instructors and I looked at the addition of a wire from an overall safety perspective not just an anti theft deterrent and we decided against including one in our strap. If a thief is going to be close enough to cut the strap of your purse, they are too close to you already. If there is a wire in the strap to prevent its cutting, then the thief is going to struggle to complete the cut and then you are not only dealing with a bad guy trying to take your purse you are now in a potentially deadly position of having a bad guy with a knife at your body. It is not worth the risk to yourself to try to keep the strap from being cut.
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Why do some of our purses have locking zippers while others do not?

This is simply a design choice. The larger, everyday purses have a locking zipper slider to enable you to lock the zipper to keep prying hands and eyes out of the gun compartment. These purses are the ones that are used every day, for most of the day. Our slim line, cocktail styles are meant for short duration use and are also more discreet. So we have left off the locking slider to keep the purses more elegant.
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Why are there two zippers into the gun compartment?

Simple: We wanted each and every purse to be ambidextrous. Both right and left handed shooters can carry the bag on either side of their body still be able to have the bags front facing outward .
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Why don't you use a tradition holster style retention device in the bag?

We wanted the bag to be as light weight and as close to a "regular" purse in design and feel as possible. The use of a traditional retention device adds weight and thickness to the gun compartment as well as the most important aspect of our lightweight retention piece, the gun can be retained facing either direction in the purse. To have ambidextrous entry to the gun compartment with a traditional retention device would require two separate devices inside the compartment adding to the size and weight of the bag, as well as the cost. Our design allows for one lightweight retention piece to hold your gun in either direction. What matters most with a retention device is not its size, but its ability to keep the trigger guard covered.
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