We Love It: G.P.S. Wild About Shooting Double Pistol Range Bag

If you’re wild about shooting, you’ll love this compact range bag for your essentials.

posted on December 7, 2020
Double Pistol Range Bag

Headed to the range or attending a pistol class? Every NRA woman needs a range bag to safely carry her essential shooting items, guns and ammo. While plenty of large duffel-sized bags are on the market, if you’re attending a pistol course or practicing with your everyday carry (EDC), you really only need room to carry one or two pistols.

My favorite part of this G.P.S. Wild About Shooting Double Pistol Range Bag is the eye and ear protection carrier. The attached eyeglass case is stiff enough that I know my glasses won’t be damaged, and the designated pouch for earplugs means no more digging to the bottom of the bag to find them! Besides being easily accessible, it’s also detachable. I can bring just the handy case wherever I go.

G.P.S. also allows you to lock the zippers on this bag. Access to the inner compartments where the guns are stored without a key is prohibited. I am particularly partial to this safety feature because my pistol lock doesn’t fit in the traveling case. A lockable bag gives me peace of mind when in transit.

If you’re like me and want to be prepared for anything, the back pockets are perfect for holding all of your extra stuff. Although spacious, it’s still easy to find your items thanks to the pockets that unzip on two sides. There are also two padded inner pockets that zip closed so that your firearm doesn't  jostle around too much.

This bag can be described as a “party in the front and business in the back.” The skull and dueling pistols offers a hardcore aesthetic along with the black, organic pattern and orange accents. I would recommend this bag to shooters in need of a bag for training classes, or target practice with your EDC. Goutdoorsproducts.com MSRP: $39.99.

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