There are a number of top-notch drag-bags on the market that double as impromptu shooting mats.  Primarily they are designed for scoped rifles and tend to be bulky.  The Man-Pack Folding Rifle Case is a lighter-weight alternative that not only handles long rifles, but adjusts to accommodate shorter weapons such as carbines and SBR’s.  The outside is durable nylon with heavy-duty YKK zippers, the inside is padded for comfort and to protect gear.   It’s a simple and ingenious design that serves multiple functions.  Man-Pack bags also have a 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee.

The Man-Pack folding rifle case can accommodate pistol-gripped and scoped rifles up to 10″ tall and just over 50″ in length. There are pockets inside for magazines, ammo, and support gear.


It also doubles as a compact shooting mat


For shorter weapon systems, the folding rifle case converts to a smaller profile.

When not in use, the folding rifle case zips up into a tight package for storage, or can be used as a seat cushion or kneeling-pad in the field.


Value: 5 out of 5 – Available at for $39.99, the folding rifle case is a great value for such a versatile product.

Durability: 5 out of 5 – Heavy duty construction that will tolerate rough field use

User Friendliness: 5 of 5 – This has become my go-to rifle bag for quick trips to the range.

Aesthetics: 5 out of 5 – The Man-Pack folding rifle case doesn’t have an uber-tactical or militaristic appearance, it has simple, clean lines.

TOTAL: 100% 

I don’t typically give perfect scores to products, but the Man-Pack folding rifle case does exactly what it advertises,  does it well, and does it for a very reasonable price.  Man-Pack also produces a number of other specialty products from backpacks to messenger bags designed with men in mind.

*I received this product as a courtesy from the manufacturer via Spotter Up so I could test it and give my honest feedback. I am not bound by any written, verbal, or implied contract to give this product a good review. All opinions are my own and are based off my personal experience with the product.

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About The Author

Writer Michael Lake is a Benefactor Life Member of the National Rifle Association and has been actively involved in a variety shooting activities since 1989. In addition to being a certified range safety officer he holds several NRA instructor ratings and armorer certifications. He has received training from the US Army Marksmanship Unit, the US Marine Corps Rifle Team and some of the finest private training facilities in the nation. In 2013 Michael co-founded Adaptive Defense Concepts, a Northwest Ohio-based Training organization. He is currently a contractor for the US Department of Energy, an instructor for Badlands Tactical Training Center, and is an accomplished Freemason.

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