Eberlstock E2B Sniper Drag bag
- By Chris Parkin
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- Last updated: 29/12/2020
The Eberlstock E2B Sniper Sled Drag Bag is a large, tough rifle case for days at the range where all your kit might need to go into one bag. As well as the large outer storage pockets, the Eberlstock shows an internal padded liner that will either double wrap a single rifle or sandwich between two guns, a feature I find especially handy, as I rarely travel with just one firearm.
The 52” overall outer length means that the E2B will comfortably accommodate two 50” rifles internally, which will include most moderated guns. When arriving at the firing point, the triple-fold design makes for a tapered shape drag bag that will still fold flat, transforming into a useful shooting mat. The design allows the removal of the three large external pockets, making the mat more comfortable to use. This also means that valuable kit is not scattered around the firing point.
There are Multiple MOLLEtype attachment positions for outer accessories and all the zippers and buckles are neatly sewn in position, with a firm suggestion they will stay that way, as I have given them a good wrench about while squeezing excessively large rifles into position.
A full rucksack harness is presented on the rear of the bag for extended carry, with the option of mounting barrel up or down to suit the requirements of the shooter. There is an internal pocket to more firmly secure a single rifle as well as protection for the muzzle when you are travelling a little lighter. The E2B weighs in at 3.5kg and its outer dimensions are 52x14x2.5”. It is available in four solid colours; Black, Coyote, Dry Earth and Military green, plus there is also a Multicam option.
I’m a fan of cases like these, especially when I have a significant distance to travel from a vehicle to the firing point. The longer outer pockets are large enough to hold smaller tripods and spotting scopes which is very handy. Additional inner rifle straps are included along with the internal MOLLE. They are useful for a single rifle, which requires a more secure hold, especially if you have a competition like PRL where movement between firing points is mandatory throughout the event. With easily accessed storage for support bags, ammo and even additional balance weights or barricade stops for your rifle, the Eberlstock seems to fit the bill perfectly.