[NRA 2018] Armageddon Gear Game Changer

Joel W
by Joel W
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Howdy folks. What I would like to do with this article is to give you hope. Hope that your shot of a lifetime will not be missed due to an inability to stabilize your firearm. Here at the 2018 NRA Annual Meeting I have found that source of hope (the Armageddon Gear Game Changer) and wanted to share it with you.

armageddon gear game changer barricade bag – Joel

Armageddon Gear, owned by Tom Fuller and based in Georgia, is a maker of accessories that appeal to precision rifle shooters both in the competition niche and long range hunting.

One of the products Armageddon Gear is best known for is the Game Changer barricade bag. The game changer was invented to allow an individual to perfectly balance and support a rifle in field shooting scenarios. The size, shape, and fill material were designed to conform to uneven or irregular shapes. This makes it possible to balance a rifle on the edge of a hunting blind, car window, tree limb, fence post, cattle gate, dog house or outhouse. You can use this bag literally anywhere to help you get a stable shot.

Armageddon Gear game changer barricade bag 2 – Joel

From personal experience, the game changer has enhanced my ability to make long-range precision shots with my rifle. It’s not a replacement for solid fundamentals, but it does decrease the amount of time it takes me to get stable in unorthodox positions in the field. Yes, it’s one more gear item to add to your pack, but well worth the trouble in my opinion.

The game changer measures approximately 6-inches wide by 9-inches long by 7-inches high and weighs 5 pounds (depending on fill material). Speaking of the fill, it can be accessed via a zippered opening on one end of the bag. You can add or subtract polymer bead material to meet your specific requirements. It comes in your choice of three color patterns coyote brown, ranger green, and Multicam.

The Armageddon Gear Game Changer is available at http://www.armageddongear.com and retails for $109.00.

Joel W
Joel W

Ex Law Enforcement. Security consultant. Owner of the Precision Rifle Network. Long range shooter and competitor. Husband. Father.

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  • Phlegm Phlegm on May 07, 2018

    It's pretty obvious that none of the people that have commented so far have used one or shot PRS/NRL matches.

    This is a staple item for competitive long range shooters.

    • Joel W. Joel W. on May 07, 2018

      @phlegm Yes, this right here. Thanks for this comment.

  • Chris Vaillancourt Chris Vaillancourt on May 08, 2018

    umm.. $20 dollars for a caldwell bag is still too expensive.. this is literally a nicely shapped bean bag that i have made in the past for about $3.. Amazing what a needle, some thread, a bag of buckwheat or beans can do.. the fact that people are not making them on their own tells me they have no actual need for them.. they will definitely purchase them though..

    • Chris Vaillancourt Chris Vaillancourt on May 08, 2018

      @Chris Vaillancourt ps, the beans and buckwheat have a dual purpose when out hunting or in a SHTF situation.. it's food..