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First Look: Elite Survival Systems Avenger Gun Pack

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The good news is, today’s on the go lifestyle lets us work from almost anywhere. The bad news is, that means we need to have more with us than just the usual wallet, keys, and defensive firearm. An EDC bag, or everyday carry bag, lets you keep the chargers, cords and whatnot to stay in touch when you’re on the go in one small, inconspicuous bag.

The Avenger GunPack by Elite Survival Systems is ideal for this sort of thing. It has the pockets and attachment points you need to store the bits and pieces of your everyday life, without lugging around a suitcase with you everywhere you go. The GunPack is built with a pocket for the off-body carry of a defensive pistol and also has a front pocket for carrying gear and accessories.

The Avenger GunPack is designed by ESS to be carried with the handle, over the shoulder with the provided strap, or on belts such as the Elite Survival Systems CO Shooter’s Belt. It features MOLLE straps for adding in more pouches or gear and is built from rugger 1000 denier nylon.

Avenger Gun Pack Features

  • Constructed of 1000 denier nylon
  • Main compartment includes an adjustable holster to fit most handguns
  • Accessory CCW sling pack compartment has loops for spare magazines and hook for keys
  • Flat front accessory pocket
  • Elastic accessory cord
  • MOLLE straps on side for attaching accessory pouches
  • YKK zippers and heavy-duty hardware
  • Gun holster shoulder bags are available in black, coyote tan or olive drab

The dimensions of the pack (including the front pocket, are 6.5 inches wide by 9 inches high by 4 inches deep. The MSRP for the Avenger Gun Pack is $59.95, and more information on this pack or other gear from Elite Survival Systems is available at elitesurvival.com.

Article by SHOOTING ILLUSTRATED STAFF

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