Blackhawk Battle Bag
Blackhawk Battle Bag
Blackhawk Battle Bag
Blackhawk Battle Bag

Blackhawk Battle Bag

SKU #: BPG-BatBag
MSRP: $102.45
Whether youre in the field or on the go, this over-the-shoulder carry bag organizes all your tactical necessities, including comms, chem-lights, handguns, mags, GPS units and maps.


  • Constructed of 1000 denier nylon with reinforced stitching
  • Full wraparound shoulder strap for superior weight support
  • High-quality YKK zippers with easy-grip pull tabs
  • Stow-away waist strap for stability
  • Internal elastic loops for chem-lights
  • Internal hook & loop section for handgun, mag or other modular pouches
  • Two dividers create three internal sections
  • External zippered accessory pocket with elastic securing bands holds three magazines
  • External zippered pouches hold GPS, phone, etc.
  • Map pocket inside storm flap with side-release closure
  • Internal pouch for handheld radio with antenna access
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    100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
    By james
    September 9, 2015
    Awesome GO bag!
    I have used this bag operationally for several years, aside from the hokey Blackhawk! logo this bag is great. No tears, excellent construction. It has a map panel, outside pocket with elastic to hold six m4 mags, the interior pocket has loops for chem lights, pens, pistol, and enough room for even more mags, a saw nutsack, 550 cord, gloves, glasses, etc. This bag is deceptively big on the inside but still fits comfortably at your feet while riding in a vehicle. I have yet to see a better design. The only downside is the tan color kind of screams tactical but if you want to be a little more low profile maybe consider the black option.
    1 Question & 1 Answer
    from Canada asked:
    September 9, 2017
    Do they make this bag in O.D. green?
    1 Answers
    Yes, I was able to add those colors for you. You should be able to see them tonight.
    Customer Service
    on November 9, 2017

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