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The Range Bag Destination

Whether you’re looking for a discreet design or a classic style, our selection of range bags are on target. Choose from a number of covert range bags that masquerade as messenger or gym bags, but still feature all the safety precautions and specialized pockets to house your weapons and range gear. You also can find a number of classic range bag designs, some with MOLLE webbing and tough, lockable zippers, as well as roomy pockets and compartments for all your range essentials. You can search items by brand or top-selling items and watch videos to learn more about featured bags.

  • Blackhawk Range Bags
  • 5.11 Range Bags
  • Vertx Range Bags
  • Maxpedition Range Bags
  • Elite Survival Systems Range Bags
  • Uncle Mike's Range Bags

Popular Range Bag Videos

  • Vertx A-Range Bag Overview with Matt Jacques from Victory First
  • Blackhawk Diversion Racquet Bag at SHOT Show 2013
  • Vertx B-Range Bag at SHOT Show 2015
  • Vertx Presents The First Fully Arrangeable Range Bag, The A-Range Bag with Matt Jacques

Recent Range Bag Reviews

    • 5.11 Range Qualifier

    • 5.0 star rating
    • I love it
      Reviewer: Lily Bejarano


      For my first range bag it's amazing it has everything I need and a lot of space oh and did I mention it's adorable the pink stitching is just enough color I have already gotten multiple compliments on it.

    • Smith and Wesson Range Satchel

    • 5.0 star rating
    • great satchel!
      Reviewer: Matthew claycomb


      I commute a long distance everyday so keeping etc in order is a must. Bag is not big that it's cumbersome. I'm not carrying an arsenal so it has plenty of room for a weapon spare ammo and pockets for phones, chargers, ppe and change of clothes. Great little go bag, range bag, or everyday satchel (aka man purse). Well constructed durable.

    • Vertx B-Range Bag

    • 4.0 star rating
    • Great range bag but small
      Reviewer: Tom


      High quality bag - material and craftsmanship is just typical VERTX (I also use other bags from the brand). You can tell every details mean something and designers must have spent a lot of time at the range and drawing board - bravo. Because I'm cheap I went with B-bag, and somewhat regretting the decision. I'm fully utilizing the caddy at the bottom to bring everything that I need for the range, plus eyepro case hooked outside. If I were to bring more than one handgun to the range I'd really need the A-Bag.