• Hazard 4 Evac Take-Down Carbine Sling-Pack

    £164.00

    Product Description


    The largest of the Evac sling packs was, by popular demand, specifically designed for 2012 to accommodate the AR-15/M-16 family of rifles in their taken down state, but suits anyone who needs the extra room. By splitting the upper and the lower end of the rifle and nesting the parts between the padded divider, shooters can transport their carbine in a relatively small package. Additional external pockets are designed to carry magazines, cleaning kit, extra parts and everything need for a day shooting, transporting your work gun or just hauling around urban gear. 


    Will fit up to 18" barrel rifles such as M-16/AR-15/M-4 and folding stock rifles and SMGs

    MOLLE webbing for external holsters/mag pouches

    Full MOLLE coverage to expand carrying capacity

    Padded, movable internal divider to separate rifle parts

    Extra dividers can be bought separately for vertical division

    Long, flat back pocket for hydration or additional barrels etc.

    Velcro-lined back pocket for attaching modular holsters etc.

    Two smaller pockets for sundries

    Ideal for all target, military, Police and tactical shooters

    Back panel with logo and air circulation array

    Compatible with a 3 litre hydration bladder

    Large Velcro floored pocket designed for access whilst on chest

    External Velcro panel for patches (glint tape/I.D, etc.)

    Large grab handles for hoisting to chest or back

    Trap door hydration hose pass without rough Velcro edges

    Internal mesh zip/elastic pockets for superior organisation

    Short zipper section for long items such as antennae

    MOLLE covered shoulder strap with 3D airmesh for comfort

    Large locking side-push buckle is easily indexed on chest

    Stabiliser strap prevents bag sliding

    Tubular items secured via top and bottom compression straps.

    Flat side pockets for longer rifle magazines/gloves

    Dimensions

    700x150x150 mm

    Colour Options

    Black/Coyote

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