MidwayUSA Adds Range Bag Backpack

posted on June 13, 2017

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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