First Look: Ulfhednar Short Day Range Bag

posted on February 2, 2021
Ulfhednar recently introduced the Short Day Range Bag, which is designed in Norway and built from ultra-tough Cordura nylon. The Short Day Range Bag is designed for pistols, small arms, and any other gear and ammunition you might need at the range. 

The Short Day Range Bag also feature YKK covered zippers and a large exterior side pocket that has a drop down work surface with soft padding so you can do small repair, cleaning or maintenance jobs in the field. The bag features many more internal pockets and interior storage, as well. The MOLLE system allows you to add or remove extra pockets, as well, and the "Viking tough" design is built to last a lifetime. 

  • Dimensions: 15.75 x 11.8 x 7.87 inches 
  • Material: Cordura nylon 
  • Zippers: YKK, covered 
  • MOLLE system 
  • Shoulder strap 
  • Padded compartment dividers

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