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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.
- 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
H2 Gunrunner Pack Overview Video
How To Properly Fit And Adjust Your Pack
I definitely underestimated the size of the weapon skid and disappointed that it won’t fit my ar or 300 BO but it fits any other hunting rifle or shotgun I have so I’ll take it. It’ll be perfect when I take my 700 out to go hunting since it fits all of my equipment.
I have owned the Gunrunner for nearly three years, and have used it extensively for shed hunting, a couple elk hunts, and several mule deer hunts during that time. The build quality is rock solid and the size works perfectly for the way that I hunt. I have not had occasion to haul meat with it, but the main compartment should be big enough to carry a deer quarter. It has carried up to 40 lbs of antlers on a recent shed hunt, and it worked flawlessly.
The scabbard was the major selling point to me. After countless pre-dawn hikes with a head lamp during elk and deer hunts, it became obvious that lugging my rifle on the sling was both treacherous and hazardous to the condition of the rifle. I can retrieve the rifle with ease when needed, and have two free hands to help navigate up steep slopes in the dark.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is due to the waist straps being a single canvas cord rather than a padded belt, but I really only noticed that with a very overloaded pack of sheds. For day hunt trips it has been perfect.