This bag is plenty durable enough to use hunting and going to the rage. It is very well made and easy to use. The O.D. Green Color is of a lighter nature, so blending in with my other camo options during hunting is a breeze. Not so if it would have been darker. I like the way they made the backpack staps, and the duffle strap is a big plus, having a steel d-ring on each side of the zipper. I had one a long time ago that didn't do that, and the weight of my equipment peeled the zipper open. So I like this design better. The only dowside I can see, is I can't wear my boonie cap while backpacking it, the brim hits the bag behind me. Also watch for old dried out brittle limbs, the bag will rest just over your head while backpacking, pulling those itchy, scratchy, awfull little bits and pieces right down the back of your shirt. But hey if thats all I can find to complain about, I got no worries. It will fit two rifles well, but I really would need to remove my forward grip from the AR to make this roomy enough for the 2.5-10X56mm scope that is on my .270 bolt rifle. I doubt seriously I will ever carry two rifles in the bag, as my AR weighs in a heafty 12-14lbs with all the accessories on it and that big stainless douglas barrel. My .270 with the big fat scope weighs just around 8 lbs. Thats too much weight for me to lug around anywhere, but the bag can certainly handle it.
Pros: This bag is built well, easy to access the pockets, Zippers work very well, Snaps work very well
Cons: There is barely enough room for my Armalite M15A2 NM ,A2 carry handle mount, Mark III tactical scope, and forward grip/pod combo.
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.