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Fieldline Launches New-For-2012 Tactical Series

Fieldline, a leading manufacturer of quality hunting and outdoor gear since 1973, has unveiled its new-for-2012 Fieldline Tactical series, a sleek new line of high performance backpacks, accessories and gun cases designed to meet the needs of tactical users and serious shooting enthusiasts.

The new Fieldline Tactical series includes five newly designed packs and an accessory pouch constructed to provide maximum utility for your gear in action. Each pack boasts rugged, battlefield construction complete with Fieldline’s signature pack features that keep gear organized, safe and accessible. New designs such as the Fieldline Alpha Ops Internal Frame Pack incorporate ample storage space with a front-loading large main compartment big enough to swallow up boots, extra clothing and vital survival gear. Additional roomy compartments provide storage, organization and immediate access to smaller items such as extra mags or rounds. Other standout features of several packs in the new series include: Velcro name-tape and patch holders; a fleece-lined sunglasses/digital media pouch with headphone port; and a 2-Liter hydration compatible pouch (hydration reservoirs not included). All Fieldline Tactical packs are also equipped with the MOLLE locking system, allowing users to customize their gear for any mission.

Operators can now protect their valuable firearms with one of 12 unique Fieldline Tactical gun cases in the new series. Each case is loaded with features to safely secure your rifles or shotguns including a padded, soft synthetic liner and full-length double slider zippers. Select Fieldline Tactical gun cases also provide additional storage for other critical gear such as
tri-pods, spotting scopes and hearing protection.

Fieldline Tactical gun cases, backpacks and accessories are available in either Coyote or Black (select models are also available in a digital pattern).

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