Uncle Mike’s Introduces Versatile Long Range Tactical Bag

posted on April 2, 2014

Uncle Mike’s has introduced a new versatile tactical shooting bag for long-range enthusiasts. The Long Range Tactical Bag is designed to safely transport rifles to the range and convert into a comfortable shooting mat.

The Long Range Tactical Bag is constructed of 1000 Denier fabric, and is 50 inches long to carry almost any long gun equipped with a scope and bi-pod. The bag quickly converts to a 78-inch shooting mat, with a 30-inch flip-out section.

The Long Range Shooting bag has four self-adjusting magazine pockets, which will hold magazine calibers ranging from .223/5.56 mm to .308/7.62 mm. Designed to fit inside the Pelican 1750 case, the Uncle Mike’s Long Range Tactical Bag is available for an MSRP of $194.95.


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