If you want to carry a rifle and large amount of gear at the same time,
Eberlestock sniper packs are pretty hard to beat. On the other hand, there are
times when drag bags and rifle cases are also useful, so we decided to offer one that we think
encompasses the best mix of options.
This is the best drag bag in the market with a lot of unique features.
Most importantly, it's backed by Eberlestock's quality, attention to detail, and lifetime warranty.
The E2B "Sniper Sled" includes a removable pack harness and hipbelt. The
shoulder straps are similar to the Shooter's Harness found on Eberlestock premium backpacks.
The waistbelt is compact in order to minimize bulk, but still useful as a way to put the
load on the hips and to stabilize the carriage of the bag. New to the Sniper Sled is a
firmer mounting system for the harness and belt. With a combination of pack harness clips and
beefy overlapping Velcro straps, the harness and belt securely carry the bag, and provide excellent stability.
At right:Note drag loops at both ends. Removable harness is reversible, so bag can be carried either barrel-up or barrel-down, for a slightly lower profile. When the harness is removed, in-line with drag-direction flaps cover the harness attachment points.
The three large pockets on the front side are detachable, with MOLLE style
webbing attachments. They are large enough to provide some meaningful storage
capacity. The large portfolio pouch is a good size for sniper databooks and/or a
laptop; the center bag is similar to Eberlestock A2MP Multipack, with its multiple storage compartments, and the long bag is
a good size for Eberlestock
shooting mats, spotting scopes, or tripods, etc. The entire front of the E2B is covered with MOLLE-type webbing,
so you can customize it with your own pouches (See Related Accessory section below).
At 52", the E2B will hold most full-size sniper rifles with turreted optics (it was initially laid out to
contain the McMillan .50 cal sniper rifle, and anything smaller.
Tie-down straps have buffers to keep the buckles from rubbing on your rifle. Adjustment tabs allow you
to rig the straps to best fit your rifle, and also link to the main panel of the bag in order to give
it stable carrying qualities when the bag's loaded up and being worn as a backpack.
Its third panel folds between the weapon and the storage pouches and ammo loopholes, so it serves the dual
purpose of protecting your rifle's finish from the stuff that you put inside the case and providing a wide
work area when you're laying on the bag. It also works well to permit the carriage of two weapons in the bag without
them rattling against each other.
Eberlestock drag bags are the first tapered-shape bags that have a good setup for folding flat to form a padded shooting mat.
Ample padding on all three panels makes it comfortable. Simple plasticized mesh-fronted pockets are big enough for
full-size notebooks, ammunition, tools. Everything is laid out so that you have direct access and good visibility while laying on the open bag.
Ample mesh pockets and MOLLE/PALS type panels finish out the interior.