Ballistic Advantage launches new Brass Bag

The BA Brass Bag features a rugged design built to clip onto a belt or pack. (Photo: Ballistic Advantage)

Ballistic Advantage debuts the new BA Brass Bag designed to, as the name implies, house excess brass while in the field or on the range.

Manufactured by Cole-Tac, the BA Brass Bag comes in two standard tacticool colors — black and Flat Dark Earth. Both bags sport the red Ballistic Advantage spade logo.

The bags tout double stitched 1,000 Denier Cordura Nylon partnered with a mil-spec 550 Paracord pull cord and cord lock. A nylon webbing loop on the rear of the bag tops off design, allowing users to clip the BA Brass Bag to a pack or belt.

The bags come in the shooters’ choice of black, left, or Flat Dark Earth, right. (Photo: Ballistic Advantage)

While the bag is designed to hold brass, Ballistic Advantage says it serves multiple purposes and can be used as an additional support bag in the field, should shooters need one.

The bag measures nine-by-seven-inches by 3.5-inches, weighing in at just over two-ounces. The BA Brass Bag is currently available from Ballistic Advantage featuring a price tag of $42.

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