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RusticMan — Everything Your Grandpa Should Have Told You RusticMan Everything Your Grandpa Should Have Told You Home About Contact Hunting Gear Projects Food Family My Hunting Gear Follow me on Twitter ...it's everything your Grandpa should have told you. First Look: OPMOD 3.0 Double Rifle Case & TUB 1.0 Utility Bag February 24, 2015 by Aaron Leave a Comment It’s no secret. As much as I love the outdoors, hunting, shooting, and being in the wild – I love gear. Good, high-quality gear that you can depend on is critical. The last thing I want is something that looks good, but will fall apart on me when I need it most. Some of my favorite gear looks rough, isn’t very pretty anymore, but is dependable as the day is long. Research is your friend when looking for quality gear. You work hard for your money, and don’t want to waste one red cent, right? I don’t. That craftiness (my buddies would say being a tight-wad) leads me to research stuff before I buy it. And when I say research, I mean hours of searching, reading, watching videos, and crawling forums looking for pictures, opinions, thoughts, experiences, reviews and details about a product before I buy. A few months back, I was looking for a new red-dot sight for an AR I have and came across Optics Planet. I’ve known of these guys for some time, but for whatever reason I hadn’t really landed on their site much. They did, however, have a very cool version of a popular red-dot I was looking to get my hands on, so I started talking to them about optics and asking questions. Their customer services and support was great. It turns out many of the guys are avid hunters, outdoorsmen, and shooters themselves and they speak from first-hand field experience. Between you and me, few things frustrate me as much as a salesman who had no idea about the practical use of the product he sells. If I had a dollar for every pile of absolute trash I’ve heard spouted behind the gun counter at the local big-box retailers around here, I’d be a wealthy man. I found the guys at Optics Planet to not only be super helpful, but they also know their stuff – like, really know their stuff. So what does all of that have to do with a couple gun cases? Along the way, I had the opportunity to get a few of their OPMOD gun cases for review and I have to say – I’m pretty impressed. I’ve only had time to use them for banging around town a little bit, and hitting the range on a Saturday afternoon, but so far I expect these things are going to hold up like champs. I’m going to do a more detailed, long-term review later this year. For now, I wanted to introduce you to a couple bags I expect will spend a lot of time in the back of my truck in 2015. First (my favorite) the OPMOD TUB 1.0 TUB stands for Tactical Utility Bag, and I don’t think they could have grabbed a better word than Utility in the name. This thing is crazy. It’s versatile, durable, sturdy, and just huge. It’s the good kind of huge too, not the ‘so big you can’t carry it through a door’ kind of huge. I really (did I mention really) like it. It has molle straps and Velcro everywhere. Every. Where. You can attach enough pouches, accessories, straps and add-ons to this bag to make it do just about anything you’d need for a trip to the range or hunting camp. I won’t get into all the details and components since their website has a great overview video that goes into detail about all this bags features. I suggest you check out the video, but I do want to point out a few things I love about it too. #1 – Organization It has two zippered compartments inside that will fit a mid-sized handgun like a glove, and proved to be super handy for small things like earplugs and batteries. I set mine up where these two compartments divided the bag into 3 even sections and it’s very convenient. Accessories in one compartment, handgun ammo/mags in one, rifle ammo/mags in another. Perfect. #2 – Options There are three velcro webbing straps that run around the inside of the bag, and molle straps that run across the outside. The amount of options are endless. You can pick up compatible accessories just about anywhere and plug and play on this TUB. One of my favorite features are the lashing straps on top. It’s a great way to carry a shooting mat (or a heavy jacket) when you’re headed out to the rifle range for a few hours. #3 – Easy to Use The TUB is big and wide enough that you can get in and out of the bag with one hand. The zippers are durable, large, and operate smoothly. I can access the bag sitting in the floorboard in the back of my crew-cab pickup easily and quickly. All-in-all, the minute you load up and throw this bag over your shoulder, you know it’s not just a bag – it’s a piece of gear. It’s sturdy, easy to configure, full of options and has some seriously heavy duty hardware on it. I immediately developed an affinity for the TUB and plan to use the ever-loving-crap out of it this year. Be looking for a follow up report on durability and long-term testing to come this winter. Next up: The OPMOD AARC 3.0 Double Rifle Case It’s a mouth-full, right? That’s a lot of letters and numbers for a bag. But, what the rifle lacks in simple naming, it makes up for in versatility. It can be used as a rifle case, drag bag, shooting mat, or just to haul tons of gear – a versatile piece of kit to say the least. The OPMOD Double Rifle Case has the same thick, high-quality, construction as the TUB – a win in my book. It also features the heavy duty zippers and hardware too. On the inside you’ll find some interesting features. Instead of a simple smooth surface, they’ve added webbing and straps to give you options for loading your rifles. Just in the few times I’ve had it out, I carried my rifle a different way each time. The double rifle case also came with a some padded, velcro dividers that work great for separating 2 rifles in the bag, or for keeping magazines and accessories in place and protecting the finish on your boom-stick at the same time. The outside of the bag features two large compartments that are great for bringing along extra handguns, bi-pods, ammo, magazines, accessories, or whatever you’re heart desires. The only thing I would add, is that you may want to grab a few extra velcro straps to take advantage of all the space in this thing, especially in the front compartments. As with the TUB, the OPMOD AARC 3.0 Double Rifle Case has an excellent overview video on the Optics Planet website. The bag was designed to fit inside popular hard cases for travel and makes for a very versatile system when coupled with one of the options they mention in the video. The Double Rifle Case has great padding, is pretty comfortable to carry on your back like a drag bag, and has some heft to it. You can feel the quality and construction when you pick it up. This isn’t some Wal-Mart special, it’s legit. I was able to fit an AR, a bolt action, 2 handguns, and several magazines into the bag without feeling like it was stuffed, or that the gear was going to get banged around. I can really see this bag replacing my 2-3 rifle cases/bags that typically accompany me to hunting camp in the fall! Overall, I was very impressed with the latest bags coming out of the OPMOD line at Optics Planet. If you’re looking for quality bags for the range that won’t break the bank – you owe it to yourself to check these bags out. Optics Planet backs their stuff with a limited lifetime warranty and has some of the best customer service I’ve ever experienced. Check them out for more info on the OPMOD TUB 1.0 Utility bag, and the OPMOD AARC 3.0 Double Rifle Case or any of their OPMOD line of equipment. Filed Under: Gear The NEW FoodSaver? GameSaver? Titanium Vacuum Sealer November 4, 2014 by Aaron 54 Comments Initial Review and GIVEAWAY! Unless you're blind, you've noticed how popular in-home vacuum sealers have become in the hunting community. They're everywhere. Every big-box outdoor retailer is fitted with sealers, attachments, bags, add-ons, and … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Food, Gear Empty Coolers = Schoolyard Bullies October 28, 2014 by Aaron 6 Comments If my big 140 quart cooler were a man, he'd be a real jerk. Like, one of those has-it-all-together type of jerks. You know what I mean? Somewhere between a schoolyard bully and a spoiled rich kid with no connections to reality. You've met these … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Hunting Hunting is Exploring September 17, 2014 by Aaron 4 Comments How to Access the Adventure In every hunter’s heart is a thirst for adventure. I think it might be the thing that draws us to the hunt more than anything. In a world where true adventure is so far from the average man, it’s one of the woods’ … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Grandpa Series - Hunting, Hunting Hunting Optics 101 September 15, 2014 by Aaron 3 Comments You have to see it before you can shoot it I remember sitting on the side of that canyon in Nebraska like it was yesterday. We’d crawled down the steep face adjacent to the canyon that morning, getting within 50 yards of a dandy mule deer buck … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Gear, Grandpa Series - Hunting, Hunting Bowhunting: The Learning Curve September 10, 2014 by Aaron 3 Comments Today's post is written by Will Jenkins of The Will to Hunt. Make sure to check out the info at the bottom of the post for more about Will, and to learn how to catch up with him around the web. I always think of myself as a new bowhunter, but then … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Gear, Grandpa Series - Hunting, Hunting Choosing the Right Tool for the Job September 8, 2014 by Aaron 8 Comments How to pick the right Rifle or Bow for your Hunt? Imagine you’ve got a nail sticking up in your deck. It catches your shoe from time to time and you know it’s bound to earn someone a face plant – time to nail it back down. Which tool do you grab … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Gear, Grandpa Series - Hunting, Hunting Cut It Out! … With a Really Sharp Knife September 5, 2014 by Aaron 6 Comments Hopefully, you'll spend more time working your knife than your gun - get a good one. As hunters, we give a lot of attention to our primary weapon. We compare, search, discuss and divide over our preferred hunting weapons. The rifle we carry into … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Gear, Grandpa Series - Hunting, Hunting Get Out There, Stay Out There September 3, 2014 by Aaron 4 Comments The best hunters know how to push through Today's post is written by my friend Mark Kenyon from WiredToHunt.com. After a multi-year pursuit of a buck named Six Shooter, Mark knows a few things about pushing through as a hunter. I've asked him to … [Continue reading] Filed Under: Grandpa Series - Hunting, Hunting Next Page ? 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