Skinner HTF Garment Bag

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posted on October 3, 2014
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Skinner Sights, well-regarded for its boutique-grade apertures for lever-action, bolt-action and semi-automatic rifles, is becoming equally well known for its nylon cases for lever-guns and takedown rifles. Now the company has expanded its soft-goods line with a discreet case that, when zipped shut, appears to be an ordinary garment bag. Inside, it holds a long gun, two handguns in detachable holsters, three 30-round rifle magazines, eight handgun magazines, a knife, a flashlight and other accessories.

The case folds in half lengthwise for carry by web handles and comes with a heavy-duty molded hanger that allows it to be hooked onto a closet bar or vehicle grab handle, keeping its contents inconspicuously within reach. The Skinner HTF Garment Bag is constructed in the United States with durable olive green and black Cordura nylon and heavy-duty stitching. Price: $179. Contact: Skinner Sights, P.O. Box 1810, St. Ignatius, MT 59865; (406) 531-5113;skinnersights.com.

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