Introducing the Shorty Shotty Bag: The Ultimate Transport Solution for Short Shotguns

Introducing the Shorty Shotty Bag: The Ultimate Transport Solution for Short Shotguns

Introducing the Shorty Shotty Bag: The Ultimate Transport Solution for Short Shotguns

Selma, NC — 4/26/24 — Lynx Defense, a leader in innovative firearms transportation solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its latest product, the Shorty Shotty Bag. This new bag is specifically designed for short shotguns with bird’s head grips, such as the Mossberg Shockwave, Remington Tac-13, and Remington Tac-14, ensuring these firearms can be carried safely and discreetly.

The Shorty Shotty Bag merges functionality with cutting-edge design to provide optimal protection for firearms while maintaining ease of transport. Each bag is crafted using high-quality materials that are both durable and lightweight, guaranteeing longevity and ease of use. With its custom-fit design, the bag snugly encases each model of short shotgun, preventing movement and potential damage during transport.

“Shorty Shotty Bag is committed to providing our customers with the highest quality products that ensure their valuable firearms are protected,” said Michael Savage, President of Lynx Defense. “Our new bag is designed to cater specifically to the needs of short shotgun owners who demand both security and convenience when transporting their firearms.”

Key features of the Shorty Shotty Bag include:

• High-Density Padding: Provides superior shock absorption.
• Weather-Resistant Material: Ensures protection against environmental elements.
• Quality Zippers: Adds a piece of mind.
• Passthrough Handle: Allows easy pickup and comfortable carry.
• Adjustable Sling Strap: Offers versatile carrying options.
• Low-Profile Design: Ensures discreet transportation.

The Shorty Shotty Bag is now available for purchase online at lynxdefense.com.

For more information about the Shorty Shotty Bag, to request a sample, or to schedule an interview with a company spokesperson, please contact Michael Savage at (919) 701-9411 or via email at [email protected].

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