Product Preview: Tasmanian Tiger TT Modular Rifle Bag

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posted on November 14, 2019
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The generously padded, water-resistant TT Modular Rifle Bag from Tasmanian Tiger USA can accommodate most tactical carbines and many other compact long guns thanks to its 40”x12”x3” main compartment. Four internal straps help secure the firearm for transport, and hook-and-loop material along the top of the inner compartment allows an included interior pouch to be mounted in a number of different configurations. The larger of the two exterior pockets (both of which are adorned with MOLLE-compatible webbing) has provisions inside to store up to five 30-round AR-15 magazines, while the smaller chamber is perfect for storing various shooting and cleaning sundries. For more information on this $189 rifle bag, please visit tasmaniantigerusa.com

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