Blackhawk Stealth Enhanced Battle Bag

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posted on June 3, 2013
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6/3/2013

Taking a cue from the classic mussette bag, Blackhawk’s Stealth Enhanced Battle Bag offers a host of features designed to make the everyday carry of essential gear for today’s prepared citizen convenient and comfortable.

Whether that gear takes the form of papers, tools, electronics, or even a handgun and extra ammunition, the versatile bag can be slung over the shoulder or carried at the side while remaining low-key in appearance and reasonably trim (12x12x5 inches).

Constructed with 500-denier nylon, it features a shoulder strap with a contoured, non-slip pad, a zip-off front flap that serves double duty as a map case, a top grab handle and mesh water bottle pockets on each side. Under the flap, a panel of MOLLE-style webbing allows the attachment of optional accessory pouches, including those in Blackhawk’s proprietary S.T.R.I.K.E. line. A hook-and-loop-covered internal panel is designed for the attachment of compatible holsters and pouches at the ideal angle for either right- or left-handed shooters. Price: $100.

Contact: Blackhawk; (800) 694-5263; blackhawk.com.

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