Our A4SS Tactical Weapon Carrier is a unique variable capacity tactical scabbard. It is expandable and collapsible in both circumference and length, the muzzle end is reinforced with Hypalon, has drain ports, and a drag lopp. It fits man-portbale weapons such as sniper rifles, AR-Class weapons, etc.
The A4SS works well as a tactical weapon-sized scabbard for several Eberlestock packs, including the F4M Terminator, J51 Warhammer, F52 Jackhammer, G1 Little Brother, and J79 Skycrane II. It has semi-rigid sidewalls designed to hold the scabbard open when a packs load compresses it, making it easier to insert and extract a weapon. The A4SS also works well as a stand-alone product, either as an excellent gun case or as a snipers drag bag. It can also be used as the foundation for a minimalist pack: add a shoulder harness and a set of our ACST Accessory Straps, and the A4SS becomes a BackScabbard pack, to which you can add an assortment of pockets and build your own modular pack system. It features grasp/carry handles on the middle edges of the scabbard, allowing easy at center-of-gravity carry of a weapon. Includes a GSTC Butt Cover, to allow you to fully enclose a weapon up to 60" long.
- Actual weight: 3.5 lbs
- Dimensions: 36 - 60"L x 12"W (Adjustable Length)
I'm all about versatility and this carrier paired along with the J79 Skycrane II, it's a perfect setup for a go-bag, camping and range bag. Upon inspection the construction and durability is spot on and fell in love with it right away. Perfect for any of my rifles and shotgun as I needed something to hold any of what I have and plenty of room for what ever attachment that I throw on. My only gripe is the Alice clips but that's only a tiny personal gripe because one you have your preferred configuration set it looks and works beautifully. I recommend this to anyone who carries a wide rang of rifles/shotguns and needs something versatile.
A4SS Tactical Weapon Carrier
Can't wait to take this to the field!!
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Nice, durable piece of equipment. I have not had a chance to really beat it up as yet, but going by fit, finish and materials used I foresee no problems with long term durability.