We had the pleasure of hitting the range not that long ago to shoot some video. Because we had a lot of guns and gear to shoot, we had to make the most of our space. I was told to test the durability and usability of this rifle case since it’s been a popular seller for us. While this particular model is meant for a single rifle or shotgun I was able to get two different Landor Arms AR-12 style shotguns in this case. Like I said, lots of guns and gear had to go to the range.

Overall, I found this case to be very comfortable, capable, and what seems to be durable. I could see this case doubling on a hunt or laid out in the competition circuit. Check out some of the best features that impressed me below.

The padded shoulder straps allowed the bag to be carried quite comfortably, even with the additional payload of an extra shotgun. Whether using one should or two straps, it was quite easy and comfortable to carry. (Photo: Paul Peterson/Guns.com)
If you don't feel like carrying the case backpack style then there is always the option of using the top carrying handle. (Photo: Paul Peterson/Guns.com)

 

GET A BULLDOG TACTICAL!

 

The reveal. Two Landor Arms AR-12 style shotguns fit in here snug as a bug. The overall length of the AR shotgun in front there is 37 inches, with an 18-inch barrel. While both barely fit in there together, I was able to get it to work. You'll notice the quality of padding that is provided around the edges. There are also neoprene-type pockets that the gun, when properly place as a single firearm, would fit into. The material of the inside has a similar feel to a nice felt. Note the pockets in front, we'll get those in a moment. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)
molle strap on bulldog tactical rifle case
Plenty of MOLLE attachment points available for any number of things you may want to add. In our case, we brought along a couple of knives and a tool. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

 

Bulldog Tactical Rifle Case
There are two different sections of MOLLE like this on the bag, giving you plenty of room to mount accessories. (Photo: Paul Peterson/Guns.com)

 

Bulldog Tactical Rifle Case
The front pockets are very large. As you can see, that middle pocket is holding four AR shotgun-style magazines, which are quite large. Each side pocket was capable of holding at least a couple more. The bungee cord is a nice addition that allows you to really secure the items in the pocket. Then everything is locked in tight by being Velcroed and clipped in. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)
Bulldog Tactical Rifle Case
The front zipper pockets open to another pleasant surprise. There you'll find spots for three pistol mags and three more AR mags. You'll also find a special see-through, weather-resistant compartment ideal for paperwork or manuals. Then there is also a zipper pocket and another neoprene padded pocket for even more storage. (Photo: Seth Rodgers/Guns.com)

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