Soft case for my long gun

Soft case for my long gun

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    Soft case for my long gun

    I've got a nice hard case, but can't find a soft case deep enough for the scope and bipod. I hate lugging this when I'm just going to the local range. Any suggestions where to look?

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    GadgetBandit

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    Here's one option to consider. With the included "backpack straps" it makes it easy to carry the other shooting gear you might have with your hands. Only 40" long but if you need longer Midway has a nice assortment similar.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MSSNG4Z?psc=1


    I have hard cases for all my long guns but the cases have wheels so lugging is not a big deal.

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    I have a couple of options that I usually use. My pelican cases don't hardly ever get used anymore.

    Tac Ops makes great drag bags. They have plenty of room and the short one will fit inside the pelican case you have if you take the foam out. The tac ops bags have a fair amount of protection for the rifle and include shoulder straps to carry, hydration pocket, and a shooting mat.

    Eberlestock also makes good packs. The Eberlestock are good for carrying rifles...but not a whole lot of protection.
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    Thank y'all. Obviously, I'm a newbie! I've been looking for the wrong thing. They don't make "soft sided" cases for rifles like mine. I should've been looking for a "drag bag". Googled it and it's a new world. Time to go shopping.

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    If you're on a budget, like me, look at the Condor drag bags... mine has held up for 3 years of regular use and is well made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAPnRACK View Post
    If you're on a budget, like me, look at the Condor drag bags... mine has held up for 3 years of regular use and is well made.
    +1 on the Condor bags. Is there better on the market? Yes, but if all you're doing is going from the house-vehicle-range and back again...
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    MidwayUSA Sniper Drag Bag Tactical Rifle Case

    Couldn't be happier with this^^

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    Armageddon gear makes a very good bag.

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