MidwayUSA Adds Range Bag Backpack

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posted on June 13, 2017
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MidwayUSA has announced an addition to its Shooting Gear line, the Range Bag Backpack.

The Range Bag Backpack is constructed of PVC-coated polyester with reinforced stitching, heavy-duty zippers, and enclosed cell foam padding. Whether heading to a pistol match or trip into town, the backpack's five-pocket design offers loads of storage. The bottom main compartment features a removable plastic encased housing, which holds up to three zippered and padded pistol cases (included). In addition to providing maximum firearm protection, the pistol cases feature a hook-and-loop interior pistol compartment plus six elastic magazine holders. The bag features a top compartment with room for ammunition, a side pocket with mesh pouch great for eye and ear protection, and a zippered top pouch for stowing keys, cell phone or range pass. The bag also has an extra-large water bottle pocket, two elastic hook-and-loop target holders, padded shoulder straps and plenty of MOLLE webbing for enhanced customization. Dimensions are 17" H, 15 1/2" L, and 9 1/2" W, and is available in Black, Coyote, and Olive Drab. MSRP: $119.99

For more information visit midwayusa.com

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