Haley Strategic Incog Rifle Bag

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Haley Strategic has a new product called the Incog Rifle Bag. It is designed to be a discrete rifle bag. It can also be placed inside a 1700 pelican rifle case. The bag is made of 1000D Cordura and measures 10″ x 31″ x 3″. The bag retails for $170 and only comes in Disruptive Gray.

You can fit a broken down AR.

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Or two SBRs.

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Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick has been only been shooting for the past 3 years but found his passion through competitive shooting. USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.


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  • Zachary marrs

    “Discrete” uh-huh whatever you say

  • ANY Name

    That is NOT discrete it looks like any other soft side rifle bag…

    • raz-0

      IT does also look a lot like a keyboard gig bag for a micro controller. If they really want it to be discreet, they should put some logos on it that sell that concept.

  • Jeff S

    I have my AR pistol (SBR in the future) in a modified baseball bat bag… It cost $20 and is slightly less discreet than the fancy pants bag in this article. To each his own I suppose.

    • Zachary marrs

      I use(d) a tennis racket bag, it could fit a broken down ar 15 or a m1 carbine with a folding stock. At one point, I made a foam cut out for a couple of pistols

      • hkryan

        Side-folded AK fits nicely in a tennis racket bag. Plus if it’s a cheapo one and made to look dirty or beat up, no one will want to steal it.

    • gunslinger

      how discrete is it to just walk around with a sports bag? i don’t normally see plain clothesed people with sports bags waling around.

      what it should be is more of backpack/satchel/laptop case. i’me more used to seeing those than sports bags or rifle bags.

      • hkryan

        For me it’s not so much for walking around. I used to live in apartments and it made it much handier for going to the range without being seen toting a gun case. Gym bag and my bat bag or tennis racket bag and I’d look like I’m going to the court or cages.

  • david

    Funny how “discrete” rifle cases are anything other than discrete? The only truly discrete bags that I have seen are either guitar cases or breakdown cases where they are too short to look like rifle cases

    • dan citizen

      But folks who shell out for a cool “stealth bag” still want everybody to know they have a neat gun, but want to come off like some operator/spy

  • Dallas Doc

    This doesn’t look incognito to me. Looks like a rifle bag for an SBR. I bought a Blackhawk bag from DVOR that looks like a tennis racquet bag and hold an AR broken down into two. Now my bag would fool anyone other than a firearmblog reader.

  • Cymond

    To all the people who say this is not discreet: It is a heck of a lot more discreet than traditional firearm cases, or what non-gunners imagine a gun case looks like. It’s discreet, not disguised. It’s not covered in MOLLE, magazine pouches, or shaped like a firearm either.

  • dan citizen

    It’s still matte cordura, fail.

    I have an old, cheap guitar case covered with justin bieber and other teen music stickers. My old bug out bag was a pink hello kitty backpack.

    • Giolli Joker

      “cheap guitar case covered with justin bieber […] stickers”
      Fail, no real guitarist would ever put that kid on his guitar case… :-P

      • dan citizen

        I didn’t want people to think it contained an expensive instrument, figured beiber fans would own… a wal mart guitar? Does wal mart sell guitars?

        Note: I am not a musical person.

        • hkryan

          Probably wouldn’t hurt to learn the terminology in case someone asks about your musical abilities!

  • gunslinger

    at first i was confused as to why the broken down ar when the pic above show’d an assembled ar. but i guess if you have a longer barrel

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  • RocketScientist

    I have a KelTec Su-16C (the version with the ‘skeletonized’ stock that can be folded without disabling the action, and fired from folded position). After purchasing it, went to the local used sports equipment store, and attempted to buy a soft-sided tennis racket bag/case. the clerk told me to just take it for free. Gun fits perfectly, even with a 30-rd magazine inserted. I can (and have) carried it all over the damn place, in crowds, etc. No-one has ever looked twice.

  • Steve Truffer

    Haley is not a stupid man, but I can’t help but feel disappointed. I feel like major manufacturers have forgotten what “discrete”, “subtle”, and “hidden” mean.

  • JT

    Haley is a salesman, you can’t knock him for trying to cash in

    • AK

      I disagree. He is definitely not a salesman and only wants to share what he uses and believes him. I would recommend going to one of his courses and actually getting to know him before judging. It was a life changing experience for me.