Compact carry solutions for your revolvers and semiautos.
Nobody wants to show up at the range luggin' around that bulky, ugly plastic box your pistol came in from the dealer. It screams, "I just bought this handgun." No, you need to show up at the range looking like a professional who knows how to send rounds downrange with efficiency. That all starts with getting the right range equipment -- especially the bags and cases you use to carry your guns.
So, ditch that plastic box and grab a high-quality, low-drag pistol range bag. We carefully selected these bags for their form and function: Ballistic nylon, padded storage, plenty of room for ammo and mags, and strong stitching are the things we look for in every piece of kit we offer. That's why we've partnered with top names like Glock, Bulldog, and G.P.S. Tactical: To ensure every pistol bag we sell is reliable and capable of supporting your marksmanship game in any environment.
If you're a first-time gun owner, you need to grab all the right range gear. Not just a carrying system for your firearms, but eye and ear protection. Check out the Lyman Range Pistol Starter Set. It includes a nice duffel-style pistol range bag, and proper shooting ear muffs and ballistic glasses. It even includes a boresnake so you can keep your pistol clean and ready for action after every session spent slinging some lead.
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