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The new Loadout Range Bag from Elite Survival Systems offers adjustable, movable mag pouches and accessory pouches, in addition to removable firearms compartments and lift-out ammo insert.

ELITE SURVIVAL SYSTEMS’ Loadout Range Bag

The new Loadout Range Bag from Elite Survival Systems offers the utmost in modular versatility. From its adjustable, movable mag pouches and accessory pouches, to its removable firearms compartments and lift-out ammo insert, this bag offers unrivalled customization. Not only does the Loadout offer maximum organization for gear, it provides ample room to store it.

The bag’s roomy main compartment is large enough to hold at least four full-sized handguns, and a load of ammo and accessories in its lift-out insert. Full access to the range bag’s interior is made possible by the bag’s unique lid design which zips open to lie down flat, putting everything inside fast at hand.

The exterior pockets have PALS webbing and Velcro for modular pouches. The bag comes standard with pouches for pistol magazines, AR magazines, eyewear, and hearing protection. It also includes a removable dump pouch which comes in handy for collection spent brass and can be worn on a belt or MOLLE platform. The Loadout’s low-profile MOLLE slots provide even greater versatility and utility.

Luggage rails on the bottom of the bag protect its contents from harsh, uneven surfaces and help keep the bag clean and dry. And like all of Elite Survival Systems’ products, the bag is built to last. It is constructed from 1050 denier nylon, YKK zippers, and heavy-duty hardware.

MSRP – $159.95 (about $140 retail)

  • 1050 denier nylon construction for maximum durability
  • Closed-cell foam padding provides superior protection for your gear
  • Laser-cut MOLLE slots on front and end pockets allow for attachment of accessory pouches
  • Wrap-around handles with Velcro handle-wrap closure
  • Luggage rails on bottom of bag protect contents from harsh, uneven surfaces, keeps base of bag clean, and adds structure
  • Removable dump pouch attaches to belt and MOLLE platform
  • Exterior water bottle pocket
  • Large, fully-padded front pocket includes the following removable Velcro pouches:
    • Mag pouch holds a minimum of 8 magazines
    • Eyewear pouch
    • Mesh parts pouch with Velcro flap
  • Side pocket contains removable AR mag pouch which holds 2-4 magazines
  • Large main compartment holds at least four guns plus accessories, and has the following features:
  • Fully-padded lid opens fully down the back of the bag for complete visibility and access to the main compartment. The lid doubles as a gun mat and has a mesh document pocket
  • Lift-out insert has an adjustable divider and plenty of room for ammo and accessories
  • Pull-out pistol pouch includes a padded divider, holds at least two handguns, and is held in place with hook and loop
  • Interior handgun compartments on ends of bag are large enough to hold a full-sized handgun in each
  • The Elite Survival Systems Loadout range bag with pistol slots is available in black and coyote tan

Dimensions: 17″ x 10″ x 11″

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  1. Really “busy” looking. It looks like one of those projects people start then keep adding on to over time ’cause its never quite right and needs a little ‘something’ more.

    But lots of room gives you an excuse to get more stuff to put in it. 😁

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  2. Saw one of these at my local gun shop. Was about to take it up to the register, then, I noticed the $159 sticker.

    Was saving for a rifle, so no extravagant purchases.

  3. Like the sleeve for the targets. Biggest problem I have is attempting to carry targets with the: fold, spindle & mutilate going on

    • “Biggest problem I have is attempting to carry targets with the: fold, spindle & mutilate going on”

      A cardboard ‘tube’ with end caps can work quite well, equip it with sling mounts if necessary…

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