Skinner HTF Garment Bag

by
posted on October 3, 2014
garmentbag.jpg

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.

Latest

Foster 223Homedefense 6
Foster 223Homedefense 6

The AR-15 For Home Defense: 3 Loads To Consider

While many .223 Rem. and 5.56 NATO loads exist on the market, not all are best suited for home-defense use. Here are a few loads that are worth looking at.

Number Of New CCW Permits Still Growing

The number of people submitting to additional background checks, investing the time to meet requirements—which vary by state—and pay for a CCW permit has grown again in 2022.

NRA Gun Of The Week: Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP In 10 mm Auto

Watch American Rifleman staff on the range to learn about the 10 mm Auto-chambered XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP, one of the latest offerings in Springfield Armory's feature-rich lineup of Croatian-made pistols.

The Armed Citizen® Dec. 2, 2022

Read today's "The Armed Citizen" entry for real stories of law-abiding citizens, past and present, who used their firearms to save lives.

Rifleman Q&A: M1903 vs. M1903A1 Rifles

I’ve seen references to an M1903A1 rifle. I’ve looked around at a bunch of gun shows, and I have not found a rifle marked “M1903A1.” How does that variant differ from a standard M1903 rifle?

PrairieFire Emerges Following Front Sight Chapter 11 Filing

PrairieFire announced this week that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada confirmed the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization under which it will acquire 100 percent of Front Sight Management’s equity.

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.