H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack
H2 Gunrunner Pack

H2 Gunrunner Pack

Minimalist, lightweight rifle pack

Regular price $189.00
Volume: 1400 ci.

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H2 Gunrunner Pack Overview

The H2 Gunrunner is a minimalist, lightweight rifle pack with patented Backscabbard.  It is designed for hands-free hunting and quick access to your rifle, and has just the right amount of stowage for a day’s outing. The top compartment is a good size for range finders, calls, etc., and the main compartment is sized for a day-outings worth of food and clothing.

It has an internal sleeve sized for either Eberlestock WX2L or WXP3L hydration bladders (sold separately). Side webbing is configured to mate with the A3SB Saddle Bag, which allows you to increase the capacity of the pack by adding up to two of these 3-liter pockets.

Recommended for: 

  • Fly Fishing | Rifle Carry | Horse Hunting

Recommended Add-Ons:


  • Built in rifle scabbard
  • One vertical and one horizontal compression strap
  • Pack Volume: 1,000 c.i.
  • Scabbard Volume: 400 c.i.
  • Total Volume: 1,400 c.i.
  • Weight: 3 lbs 8 oz
  • Dimensions main bag: 18"h x 9.5"w x 7.5"d
  • Scabbard dimensions: 34"L x 7"W x 3"D, with a 20" circumference opening

Customer Reviews

Based on 61 reviews

H2 Gunrunner Pack


Awesome pack, great quality. Was better than expected!


Great pack!!!

Gunrunner Pack

I really like the pack
Quality construction
As represented

Great pack, but...

I purchased this pack mainly for the rifle scabbard, but it’s more than just a rifle scabbard. It has just enough room for a day hunting trip, with additional MOLLE/PALS for add-on pouches. My F-Class 308 rifle fits securely in the scabbard and does not move. The scabbard will accommodate a 300 Blackout with 10 round mag also. The top load has a pocket that has enough room for head lamp, a few calls, and snacks. The main compartment is just the right size for rain gear or an additional layer.

I have not been using the removable waist belt, but suggest that you do. I have been on all my hunts this season with this pack and it tends to want to lean to one side or another (while to not using the waist belt). This occurs with both rifles I have used, switching from a water bottle to water bladder, and moving my med kit around to the back of the pack on the MOLLE/PALS webbing.

Some suggestions for Eberlestock... Some hook and loops inside the top pocket would be nice, and front load version similar to the Gunslinger would be GREAT. I still LOVE this pack and will continue to use it!!!!