Copper Basin serves up low-profile Takedown Firearm Backpack

The Takedown Firearm Backpack offers a discreet means to stow firearms on the go. (Photo: Copper Basin)

The Takedown Firearm Backpack offers a discreet means to stow firearms on the go. (Photo: Copper Basin)

Copper Basin, manufacturers of bags and packs for hunting and hiking, introduced a new low-profile means of firearm storage with the Takedown Firearm Backpack.

Although the backpack appears to be an ordinary bag from the outside, inside it showcases its purpose built, tactical firearm transport capabilities.

The bag offers a quick access top flap fro rapid deployment of firearm components. The quick access top flap contributes to the pack’s complete fold open design. This design allows for unadulterated access to components and gear at the range or in the field.

An inside look at the backpack. (Photo: Copper Basin)

An inside look at the backpack. (Photo: Copper Basin)

Constructed to accommodate a variety of guns, the backpack can also work with firearms equipped with optics and bipods. Layers of structural foam obscure any contours or outlines. Additionally, the interior of the pack has been lined with fleece to both protect guns and gear while also reducing noise as they are jostled around.

The exterior of the Takedown Firearm Backpack includes multiple pockets sized for storing a range of gear. Built with rugged heavy duty zippers, the pack also boasts a stowaway strap that allows it to attach to the back of a seat for covert car carry.

“When we created the Takedown Firearm Backpack, our goal was to make it blend in and be as unassuming as possible. We chose nondescript colors and materials and avoided things like molle, solid black coloring, velcro or anything else that gave the outside observer any indication that a firearm was being transported. The backpack is purpose built, ready for rapid deployment and it looks great,” said Gary Cauble, Director of Sales and Marketing for Copper Basin, in a statement.

The Takedown Firearm Backpack touts a price right at $100.

 

Article updated June 6, 2017 at 6:13 p.m. EST.