Uncle Mike's Rifle Assault Bag

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posted on November 22, 2011
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Uncle Mike's, a leading provider of shooting accessories for more than 60 years, has introduced the Rifle Assault Bag, a rugged and versatile case for owners of AR or modern sporting rifles.

Constructed of tough 600D polyester and lined with 2" closed-cell foam padding, the Rifle Assault Bag offers gun owners long-lasting protection for their firearm. Hook and loop straps hold the firearm securely in place, ensuring it doesn't shift in transit. The bag also features a hidden interior pocket for handgun storage.

With three exterior pockets, the Rifle Assault Bag provides shooters with plenty of room to store extra magazines and gear, making it an ideal case for range or competitive shooters. The bag is not only compatible with AR style guns, it is also a great option for take-down firearms and other short rifles and shotguns.  

The bag is available in lengths of 36" or 43" and is 20.5" deep and 11.25" high. It includes a padded, adjustable shoulder strap, and is available in the following three colors: black, canopy or dark earth.

The MSRP for the Uncle Mike's Rifle Assault Bag is $101.95 for the 36" model and $113.95 for the 43" version.

To learn more about the Uncle Mike's Rifle Assault Bag, visit the product page online.For more information about Uncle Mike's complete line of shooting accessories visit unclemikes.com or call 1-800-423-3537.

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