Leapers UTG Releases Smaller “All-In-One” Utility & Range Bags

    While typically known for their less-expensive products, UTG Leapers has been making a push into solid offerings. Their latest UTG Pro rail systems have been well acclaimed and I can personally say that they latest Q/D scope rings are actually quite good, even shockingly so for the price.

    Expanding from past directly attached firearms accessories, UTG has announced their second size of range / utility bag, known as the P365 series. Like their already available larger counterparts (the “P768” series), the small bags are designed directly for range use but can easily be pressed into service for a myriad of uses.


    The main compartment top flap features a clear cover for small parts, ID, or critical papers. The inside now has new velcro padded dividers for one to set the bag up for any weapons system or usage. The bags com standard with a removable brass bag and 2x(!) soft pistol cases and is replete with plenty more pockets:

    The front and rear pockets are spacious enough to hold things such as cleaning mats, cleaning rods, and paper targets. On one side of the bag is a large side pocket, designed with the competitive pistol shooter in mind, containing eight integral pistol magazine pouches with elastic retention. The other side has a smaller miscellaneous pocket, ideal for storing sunglass cases, multi-tools, etc. The bags are easily transportable by hand or shoulder being equipped with both a durable shoulder strap and a centered wrap around carry handle strap.

    The bags will be available in various colors. Complete colors include black and tan while both violet (purple) and crimson (red) accents for the black bags will also be for sale. MSRP for all colors is set at $54.97 and can be purchased direct or through UTG’s various dealers.

    Nathan S

    One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

    The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.