The EDC Backpack by US Peacekeepers offers another concealment option for consumers looking to tote their firearm in a backpack. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
Keeping up with the current theme of greyed out accessories, US Peacekeepers showcased its Urban Grey EDC Backpack and Sling at the recent NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas.
The EDC Backpack delivers a 12.5-inch by 18-inch by 6-inch style constructed from 1000 denier nylon. The backpack feature a rear, padded concealed carry pocket with removable gun and mag holsters. The front, bottom and main compartments supply a full-fillet opening designed for quick and efficient access to contents inside.
The backpack utilizes a combination of MOLLE and Velcro-compatible accessories while the open pockets boast a fleece lining for electronics. The EDC Backpack retails for just under $100.
The EDC Sling offers an ambidextrous shoulder strap for easy on and off. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
In addition to the backpack, the company showcased its EDC Sling Pack. With dimensions of 8.5-inches by 17-inches by 5.5-inches, the sling uses the same 1000 denier nylon as the EDC Backpack. Offering multiple concealed carry pockets — one under the front pocket and two zippered pockets in the rear — the CCW compartments all use soft loop wall to accommodate US Peacekeeper handgun and magazine holsters.
The EDC Sling opts for an ambidextrous removable strap and electronic pouch with headphone port for smart devices. MSRP on the EDC Sling is $82.