Ruger® 10/22® Takedown Rifle Pack

Ruger® 10/22® Takedown Rifle Pack
Item Number: 19291
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 Number of Reviews: 5
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Move confidently and comfortably through urban and rural environments with your Ruger® 10/22 Takedown® Rifle Pack, specifically designed to hold your rifle securely on your shoulder. Each interior mesh pouch is perfectly sized to accommodate stock and barrel components for the Ruger® 10/22 Takedown®, Ruger® 10/22 Takedown® Lite and the Ruger® PC Carbine™ rifle. The pack provides quick access to multiple secure zipper pockets for storing shooting accessories and essentials such as extra ammo, magazines and other gear. Dual mesh water bottle pockets are includes on both sides of the exterior pack. The straps are adjustable and designed with breathable mesh fabrics to provide ultimate comfort and security for long days out on the field. The pack can be worn over the left or right shoulder by easily switching the buckles on each strap. The Ruger® 10/22 Takedown® Rifle Pack is stylish, purpose-built and ready for rapid deployment. The pack measures 24" L x 11" w x 4.5" H and weighs 2.9 lbs. Made by The Allen Company under license from Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di-n-hexyl Phthalates and Lead Acetate which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

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Takedown Pack is a Letdown! 5/2/2023
Worst pack I’ve ever purchased. Do not buy this pack. The mag holders are not designed for 30 round mags and the pockets are awkward and small. Thin padding and material make it so that using the pockets makes the pack even more awkward to use. The zippers catch on the corners, pretty much 90% of the time and the overall design not thought out well. Worst of all, you get to pay $15 to return it, so take my advice and pass on this pack.
Chuck R
Who designed this? 4/1/2023
Seriously, who came up with this design? First, it opens from left to right, opposite of what a book would be. It just feels odd. Ok, seems kind of petty to complain about. But what about the pockets inside the bag? What pockets!? You have a few magazine pouches at the top of the bag, that is pretty much it. There is some weird cut outs for a couple25 rounders. Two, two cutouts for extended magazines. Want to carry spare ammo? Sure, just throw it in the weird document style pocket on the inside of the bag and hope your ammo doesn’t fall out from the UNSECURED location. The forend pocket will not fit with any type of accessory on the rifle, even a flashlight. I have a Burris Fastfire on the stock and it fit nicely in its designated pouch, so at least that section of the pack makes sense. And, last but not least, after the poor design, the terrible layout, and questionable strap choice, some idiot slapped a sticker on the outside of the pack with super strength adhesive, causing a huge rectangular shaped stain and permanent stickiness. Terrible bag, you can get the same functionality out of a plastic bag that you can get out of this. Save your money.
- Adam, OH
Excellent Takedown Case 3/9/2023
Hesitant at first to puchase as other reviews were fairly negative, however, I found this case to fit my Takedown very well! The rifle is stored dissasembled with the barrel attached to the stock, as designed, and then slipped, together, very snuggly into the largest inside pocket. One of the previous reviews incorrectly had the rifle parts separated with the barrel in the smaller pocket and stock in the larger. Plenty of room leftover for attachments. Highly recommend!
Does NOT fit PCC with M-LOK barrel 9/13/2022
Found out that this backpack does not fit the M-LOK barrel of my Ruger PCC.
Great Case, but... 7/10/2022
Pros: This is a great case. The quality you would expect from Allen, and lots of places to store gear. It's also a good size and a stock 10/22 take down fits great. Con: This case will NOT accommodate any type of optic or muzzle device. If you add any accessories the parts will not fit in the pre-designed storage pockets. The only option you will have is storing the halves in the main compartment and them floating around banging into everything. If you are going to accessorize go with another case.
- Robert S., CO

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