First Look: ODIN Works Ready Bag

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posted on December 11, 2018
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Whether you're hiking through the back country in search of game, heading to the range for some training or looking for a carry-ready pack for your go-to defensive carbine, the ODIN Works Ready Bag is built for the occasion. This affordable pack is sized right for any standard-length AR-15 and allows the rifle to be split into upper and lower halves for secure storage and transport.

Available in either black or coyote-brown exteriors, each ODIN Works Ready Bag is built with a red interior complete with panels that divide the interior space into two compartments for an upper and lower receiver. For owners of rifles with longer barrels, the pack is equipped with a pocket extender that allows extended AR barrels to extend up through the zippered pocket. This still allows for a level of discreet carry for guns that, otherwise, might require a larger, extended carry case.

Outside the ODIN Works Ready Bag, consumers will find MOLLE fasteners and reinforced carry handles, as well as hook-and-loop fasteners for attaching additional packs, patches and other accessories. Four D-ring attachment points can be found on the pack, two on either side, allowing users to add further attachment points or secure the pack in a vehicle. A key clip, locking buckle and quick-release compression straps are also included on the pack's exterior.

Measuring 28 X 7 X 6 inches in overall size, the ODIN Works Ready Bag also provides two separate pockets for water bottles, as well as a pouch sized to fit water bladders. A hole located at the top of the pack allows a drinking tube to extend out toward the wearer, enabling users to take full advantage of the water bladder while on the move. Interior pockets also provide purpose-built pockets for spare magazines.

The suggested retail price on the ODIN Works Ready Bag is $99.

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