Golden Bullseye Awards: Blackhawk Diversion Carry Bags

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posted on April 30, 2014
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During the past year, gun owners—particularly AR owners—have been unjustly stigmatized and persecuted. For many, carrying traditional gun cases in public invited the scorn of neighbors and certain elements of the general public. Blackhawk's Diversion Carry bags offer a means to transport an AR-15 without drawing attention thanks to their identical resemblance to a tennis racquet case. Even hardcore gun enthusiasts would be hard pressed to pick out any firearm held within these innovative, discreet cases. By offering a well-designed, innovative option to help consumers, the Diversion Carry bags earned the title of Accessory of the Year.

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