Elite Survival Systems Covert Operations Discreet Case

Eric B
by Eric B

Do you own an IWI Tavor, Steyr AUG/A3, FN F2000, FS2000 or a similar bullpup or short rifle? This new discreet case from Elite Survival Systems may be the thing you’ve been looking for. With an MSRP of $159.95, you get a heavy-duty padded case made out of 1000 denier nylon with double-row stitching and bound internal seams. There is also a magazine pouch included for most standard magazines, and you can purchase more if you like.

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Elite Survival Systems Covert Operations Discreet Case

Their new product announcement reads:

This covert operations discreet case for IWI Tavor & bullpups fits Steyr AUG/A3, FN F2000 & FS2000.

This bullpup rifle case is constructed of 1000 denier nylon and heavy-duty closed cell foam /padding. The case has wrap-around handles and heavy-duty hardware and heavy-duty zippers. The main compartment has plenty of room for the weapon with an optic attached. The gray interior allows for better visilibity of firearm and accessories. This bullpup gun bag has adjustable tie-down straps for the weapon and a removable internal magazine pouch designed to hold up to six magazines. Backed by our Lifetime Guarantee.

This bullpup rifle case includes a magazine pouch. Click here for additional hook and loop accessories.

·1000 denier nylon construction

·Double-row stitching and bound internal seams

·Heavy-duty YKK zippers and hardware

·3/8″ closed cell foam padding

·Mag pouch (included) holds up to six standard 5.56/.223 or three standard 7.62x51mm/.308 magazines

·2″ padded shoulder strap

·Available in Black

·Dimensions: 30″ x 13″ x 3.5″

·MSRP – $159.95

Elite Survival Systems® is your source for premium nylon holsters, tactical gear, and accessories. Don’t just SURVIVE. THRIVE.™ To see complete product lines, visit www.elitesurvival.com or call 866-340-2778

Elite Survival Systems Covert Operations Discreet Case

What do you think about the new discreet case?

Pictures by Elite Survival Systems, www.elitesurvival.com

Eric B
Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6x6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.

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  • G Derz G Derz on Apr 19, 2022

    Keep in mind that context is everything in the art of disguise.

    A physically fit male w/ a beard wearing a ranger-up shirt driving a pickup truck with a punisher skull & molon labe stickers on the back can carry whatever he wants, anyone who pays attention will assume he has a firearm.

    People think in archetypes and stereotypes, so whatever discreet case you’re carrying, your clothing, vehicle, etc should be congruent.

  • DukeofChutney DukeofChutney on Apr 20, 2022

    Back in my day it was a violin case or a box of flowers, not obvious gun cases, or school backpacks.