A great heavy duty range bag that doesn’t weigh a ton and offers serious support and carrying capacity, with the utility and comfort features you need in a bag that can carry as much as this bag can. It is made for long-term ownership and the BLACKHAWK! brand is very good at producing bags and cases that can hold up to regular use over many years.
This is the bag for range-goers that need 2-3 pistols, ammunition for an extended session and hearing and eye protection, a small cleaning kit and some other various tools and accessories. It’s a serious range bag or it can be used as a bug out bag option or for the gym, or even as a small weekend travel bag. It’s stealthy enough to not be a “gun specific” bag, but it’s built with features that will truly appeal to the gun people out there that want the best in class for a good price.
A stealthy stash pocket, three dual zipper compartments and the Velcro joinable handles as well as a shoulder strap means you won’t have a problem finding a preferred way to carry this well detailed, well-built bag.
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This bag is up to 10 bucks more expensive everywhere else I look. Soon as I saw it it went into the shopping cart. No doubt. (Posted on 8/27/2014)
Review by Fredrick
It holds two full-sized pistols, 8 mag holders that are perfect for my 9mm and .45ACP (four and four plus one in each firearm). And then there's a perfect flat pocket for manuals, another extruded pocket that fits a few ammo boxes...still room left for ear/eye protection items....
It's just stupid how great this bag is.....You can take everything that typically comes in a new pistol package (books, mags, gun, locks, keys ect) and fit into a single bag - for two pistols.
One thing though - for my 6+" .357 revolver and/or my similarly long barreled Ruger MKIII hunter...things get a little tight.. (Posted on 8/9/2014)
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