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G.P.S. Tactical Range Backpack

4.7 out of 5 stars 228 customer reviews
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  • MOLLE webbing System that is triple stitched
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  • Padded waist strap for load stability
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Product Description

The G.P.S. Tactical Range Backpack has three internal handgun storage cases with magazine storage. Features four outside zippered pockets for ammo and other accessories. Black.

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  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00DECLNCK
  • Item model number: 301214-P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (228 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,841 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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By G. Sonnen on December 13, 2013
Color: Tan Verified Purchase
This is the best range bag hands down. I compete in multiple shooting disciplines (IDPA, 3 Gun, USPSA) and this keeps all my odds & ends organized (target stapler, bore sighter, tools, light, range finder, gloves, eye pro, ear pro, etc., etc., etc.,) Most range bags have all your stuff settling to the bottom of the main storage area. This pack keeps everything within reach. I never find myself "digging" through this bag to find some tool or such. This comes with a 3" x 5" clear plastic box with dividers in it to keep small parts organized (great for extra springs, detents, etc...)

The MOLLE straps really add to the bag. I strapped on some Tactical Tailor modular packs to keep my lunch, Leatherman MUT, water bottle, spare mags and extra shotshells within a quick grasp.

The 3 pistol cases are top notch. Of note, you won't fit anything bigger than a Glock 34 or 5" 1911 in them. Pistol cases have enough room to store a pistol with an RMR mounted too.

Stitching is high grade. The top rear has velcro to mount your id tag or some morale patches.

Only negative: I don't think this bag really needs a padded waist strap. It's not a ruck and you are not going to hump this pack long range into the outback. The padded shoulder straps are all this bag needs.
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This is a great range bag and can hold everything you would need for a trip to the range. Each compartment has a symbol based visual indicator, which makes it easy to access what you need quickly. Overall, I gave it 5 stars on Amazon, but would probably give it 4.5 stars if I had the option, due to some pet peeves. This, however, is the best compact range bag I've found period.

Shipping: I purchased this backpack from Amazon (via Reds Gear). At the time of purchase this seller had a 98% rating. Shipping time was average (5-8 business days), and the packaging arrived in good condition.

Currently stores:
1 over-glasses protective goggles
1 electronic ear protection
1 Howard Leight QB1HYG plugs
1 pair of shooting gloves
1 kydex holster
1 kydex mag pouch
1 stainless steel assault stapler w/ high capacity magazine
11 magazines
300-500 rds of pistol ammo
1 flashlight
1 streamlight rail light
2 Uniden small hand-held radios
1 roll of target stickers (for plugging up holes)

I have only one of the sleeves full, and partially filled the other two with mags. I could probably squeeze in a few more mags if I needed to. Overall the bag is around 70-80% full in the main compartments. As a side note, the sleeve pouches DO fit pistols w/ mounted lights

Pros:

- Very well constructed, high-denier nylon with DuPont Teflon treatment.
- Comes with a rain-shield that deploys from a zippered-pouch near the top handle.
- Locking zippers for main handgun compartment.
- Semi-hard backing around the main handgun compartment.
- Internal pouches are also well constructed-- no concerns about webbing or pouches ripping. Internal nylon is of high-quality construction.
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I've been shooting competitively my entire law enforcement career. From 1972 (Richmond, VA Police, a Special agent with the U.S. Secret Service and retiring as a special agent with a U.S. Department of Justice enforcement agency. I like and pay attention to police bags, patrol bags, duty bags and especially, RANGE BAGS..

Today, my GPS Wild about Hunting Tactical Range Backpack arrived. I'll begin by stating this . . if you are in need of an effective, practical, simplistic, with incredible designing range bag .. read no more and order this bag. You will not find a sharper, good looking. masculine and extremely effective range bag. The innovative concept of the 3 individual gun "sleeves" (with magazine holders for 4 . . that all zips shut and is reinserted in the backpack is simply AMAZING . . there are 3 of them, and they disappear into the bag, side by side. One draw back that I saw in a customer's comments, was that when the 3 individual pouches were "full" with the pistol and 4 magazines, the third one to be inserted into the backpack . . next to the other two pouches that are full . . won't fit. It's true . . . my magazines are all double stacked, and they made it too thick for the insertion of the 3rd bag . . no problem . . I took 2 magazines out of one pouch, and put them in magazine holders in another compartment. It is not an inconvenience.

There is more than enough room for 2 sets of "ear muff" protection, small tool kit (in a special location for it . . empty kit included . . extra magazines (holders) . . special labeled locations for shooting glasses, ear plugs and more, magazine loaders, pencils and notebook, small bincoulars, range finder and so much more.
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My local shooting range listed this range bag as a "must get", so I became curious and found it on Amazon. When I read a review that this range backpack was being used while shooting at handgun competitions, I became even more curious because I am getting involved with the IDPA. After reading the Amazon reviews and visiting the G.P.S. website goutdoorsproduct to find more pictures, I discovered that while their website does not show pictures of all the compartments, it does give the potential customer a better descriptive idea of what to expect in terms of material construction and versatility.

Their website indicates that this range backpack is made from "1000 Denier H.D. material with Dupont teflon coating" (I assume that "H.D." means "high density"), and is triple-stitched with nylon that is both "mildew and rot resistant." Several very good plusses.

Very useful is their use of visual identification tags to help with the issue of conveniently organizing all the necessary items that a shooter needs on the range. Of course, there's never enough room or compartments to put everything that could be taken to the range, but given the size constraints of a backpack they came close.

I tried to attach a Maxpedition Bottle Holder for my Klean Kanteen to the G.P.S range backpack, but the Maxpedition's attached carabiner is too small to connect plastic "D" ring near the range bag's carrying handle. Maxpedition's grimlocks solved that issue!

I also attached two of Maxpedition's Double Sheaths to put extra magazines in and attached them to the handgun storage access panel's MOLLE webbing system. An extra bit of cool factor, perhaps, but adding even more accessibility to extra loaded magazines.
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