Deal Alert! Tested: Cheap Tactical AR Firearm Carry Case Bag For Your Gun

So I have been on the hunt for a new AR bag for my son. Santa brought him a new AR 15-22 for Christmas and he needed something to take it to the range in. I started looking around and honestly found AR bags to be crazy in price! So I dug in a little deeper and found a great deal. Actually a couple great deals, but below is what we ended up going with as they had the best reviews and price.

The one down side to this is that it will ship from China, which kinda sucks, but worth it in the long run, being that you can get darn good quality Tactical AR gun bag for $30 shipped. Let’s face it, most of those Facebook ads you see are selling you the same exact thing at double/triple the price, I just skipped the middle man! So if you don’t mind that, I suggest checking it out.

If you don’t want to take my word for it, or just want to look for yourself and see other user reviews, just go here to see them.


The Tactical AR Firearm Bag Choices

So, the first thing to go over is the selection. The above tan pictured tactical gun bag is the one I went with, but there are a few colors/patterns to choose from. They include: Black, tan, army green and cammo.

There are also three different sizes to choose from to fit different size guns. They are measured in metric, but I have taken the liberty to break that down for you :).


  • 81cm x 24cm = 31.75 in long x 9.5 in wide
  • 94cm x 26cm = 37 in long x 10.25 wide
  • 115cm x 28cm = 45.25 in long x 11 in wide

About the Tactical AR Gun Bag

This is a soft sided nylon gun bag. Being nylon, it should last years. There are many pockets and plenty of room for storage that we will cover here.

First, if you go to the page and look at the photos, you will notice that you’re actually getting two bags in one. The main compartment is for your AR, or larger other gun, but there is also a smaller part of the bag to strap a couple pistols in for travel as well.

Next is the zipper and buckle quality. As you can see in the below photo, the zippers are well made and the buckles are your basic plastic buckles that you would find on any AR soft case. They are stiff and hold tight.

The AR 15 Gun Bag has Plenty of Storage, and backpack straps/sling

If you are one of those people that has a lot of gear, this bag has plenty of storage for you. Not including the two compartments for guns, it also has 4 large pocks that can hold ammo, magazines, ear/eye protection, gun/scope tools, extra parts and even some bugout equipment.

On the inside of the main AR compartment, you will find two strap points to hold your gun tightly in place.

In the smaller gun compartment, you will also find two straps to hold down magazines, pistols, smaller gun or whatever else you use it for.

This soft sided AR travel bag also incudes backpack straps to make travel/hiking easy. It does have the regular handle as well like any other gun bag, but the backpack straps are a nice addon if you are heading to an outdoor range and have some walking to do.

The Bottom Line on this Cheap AR 15 Tactical Gun Bag

Look, I say it is cheap because of the price (it doesn’t look/feel cheap). If you are looking to save a lot of money and want pretty darn good quality, I suggest at least checking it out. I mean $30 shipped? Heck yea I do! It has worked good for for us and it doesn’t look/feel cheap. Below are some pictures of others with this bag to get a feel on actual use/look.

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How to Set Up Your AR 15 for Hunting

AR 15 hunting

The AR-15 is becoming more popular as a hunting weapon despite the limitation in the caliber of the gun itself. Although there appears to be some movement in the future to expand the number of different calibers on the market, you can still set up your AR-15 for hunting today.

The main reason why this weapon is fast becoming a popular hunting choice is how easy it is to customize for a particular need. With the AR-15, you can add a considerable number of accessories as well as improve the overall performance of the weapon itself. From adding new optics, lights and stock to slings, trigger guard and more, there are many ways you can optimize the AR-15 for your hunting needs.
Barrels: The barrels come in various sizes and lengths, but the most common are the 16”, 18” and 20” versions. The shorter the barrel, the less velocity the bullet has when fired. However, lighter weight barrels are easier to carry and may be perfect for your particular hunting needs.

AR 15 Handguard

AR 15 Handguards: You can use either free-floating or non-free floating versions for your AR-15. Plus, you can add Picatinny rails as well. The non-free floating version connects to the barrel which may affect its accuracy. Free floating handguards however do not touch the barrel and are better for long range accuracy.

Lower Receiver: You can add a new lower receiver that will change the trigger, hammer, bolt catch, pistol grip and other details that will make the weapon lighter or easier to hold while firing. Plus, you can increase its efficiency as well.

Picatinny Rail: The rail itself is really just brackets where you can mount a number of items such as the scope, light or laser sight. Essentially, the rail is a solid platform where you can make numerous additions all without having to spend for major modifications.

AR 15 Stocks

AR 15 Stocks: You can choose a fixed or scoped stock that will adjust specifically to your needs. This is a very popular set up that can make hunting even more enjoyable as you have a stock that perfectly fits your arm length and shoulder for maximum comfort and accuracy. Plus, these stocks are easy to install and maintain, making them a great choice for hunting.

Upper Receiver: Here, you can change the way the weapon appears as well as the amount of ammunition you can carry along with the overall accuracy of the AR-15. Common modifications start with a stripped version of the upper receiver which you can use as a platform to build the rest. From switching calibers to creating an older style version, you have many choices to make.

You can even add the famous Realtree pattern to keep your AR-15 hidden under camouflage. You can have it added to your weapon after it has been customized or order it from the retailer after making all of your selections. Either way, you can have your AR-15 ready for your next hunting trip thanks to the many different modifications that can be employed.

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