New from G-Outdoors, Deceit & Discreet Handgun Cases

Depending on your point of view, a First Aid Kit holding a handgun and magazines might have a touch of irony. At SHOTShow 2014 G-Outdoors debuted a new line of discreet handgun cases. Designed to be discreet and deceptive, the cases are meant to allow to keep the handgun close whether you are at home, the office, or in a vehicle.

The best "First Aid Kit" I have ever seen.

The best “First Aid Kit” I have ever seen.

Options include first aid kits, tissue boxes, jumper cables, hazard markets, or day planners. Each case is sized to fit most full-size handguns and spare magazines. Most cases can be customized for right or left hand use. 

The various options of Deceit and Discreet cases.

The various options of Deceit and Discreet cases.

All cases have lockable zippers for legal out-of-state transport. Pricing for the medium first aid kit is currently listed at $21.11 on Cheaper Than Dirt.

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • BryanS

    2 thoughts…

    Why do i have so many first aid kits, and what happens when there is an emergency and someone really needs a first aid kit and this is the first thing they see (you know, like at the range)?

    • Yeah, labelling a handgun as a first aid kit might be asking for trouble.

      But a dayplanner? Sure. I’d be interested.

      • gunslinger

        the day planner? sure. something that wouldn’t be unusual. laptop/tablet bag? ok. but FAkit, or the triangle? “TISSUE BOX?” don’t want to go too far out…

    • sianmink

      You can be assured in the thought that they didn’t suffer.

      Sorry, sorry.

    • kipy

      Froglube works just as good as neosporne. Prolly.

    • Mike K.

      I see this as more useful for those people without garages. You leave it empty in the safe and when you go to the range you load it up so you’re less gun friendly neighbors aren’t as nosy. At the range you leave it spread open so the interior shows. More useful in a place like Maryland where indoor ranges are more common (sort of) and you aren’t bringing lots of firearms.

  • John Kelly

    I think it’s a good idea to disguise a gun case as a warning triangle or some of the other suggestions. But it’s the height of stupidity to hide a gun in a first aid kit bag.

  • PatrickPM

    If the tissue box is functional I’m in

    • It is. Takes care of sniffles and bad guys.

      • PatrickPM

        Absolutely nothing conspicuous about a tissue box labeled “Tissue Box” right? It couldn’t possibly be anything else!

        • Frosty_The_White_Man

          This shrink-ray has a sticker of a shrink-ray on it.

  • Will B.

    Do no harm. Do know harm.

  • wetcorps

    I’m not sure about the first aid kit, looks like it could lead to some awkward situations :p

    On the other hand, the tissue box still serves its original purpose so I quite like the idea (though you could probably jury rig something equivalent for a fraction of the cost). Also it is really something no one would think about stealing.

    • Eric S

      They could rename it ‘first aid kit for horses.’

      • bbmg

        I laughed a little more than I should have at that one 😀

    • avconsumer2

      Indeed. It may not have a fancy velcro strap, but I’m thinkin’ an actual tissue box would suffice.

  • Alex Nicolin

    It lacks a Bible and a flask of oil for extreme unction 🙂

  • Zius Patagus

    I kinda wish they wouldn’t advertise putting a pistol in a FAK. That’s all I’m gonna say.

  • jamezb

    I’d like one vaguely like a zippered book / study case that says:

    “Luke 22:36 Ministries”
    (perhaps with a nice cross logo)

    Luke 22:36 was a quote from the last supper, where Jesus advises his followers:
    “he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one”

    • Fred Johnson

      Perfect for those “come to Jesus” moments in life. 😉

  • Hunter57dor

    I am not sure i want people getting grabby with my handgun when they get a little cut or scrape. also, would be potentially bad if i were to mix it up with my first aid kit that looks exactly like that.

  • Fred Johnson

    My kids and wife are used to me keeping real 1st aid kits in our cars and home. I can see telling my kids to grab the 1st aid kit and bringing me a gun while I bleed out. Oh well, I have life insurance. 😀

  • Michael Pham

    Because I too, a totally real person, insist on having a tissue box labeled “Tissue box”.

  • bleeding

    Open first aid kit. Is gun. Bleed out.

    Why didn’t you stop it?