Ammunition Depot Grab-and-Go Tactical Sling Packs

Ammunition Depot Tactical Sling Packs come pre-loaded with a variety of ammo choices for anytime you need to grab and go!

Ammunition Depot Tactical Sling Pack comes fully loaded with a choice of ammo.
Ammunition Depot Tactical Sling Pack comes fully loaded with a choice of ammo.

Boca Raton, Fla. ( – Ammunition Depot introduces their Tactical Sling Pack, combining a rugged sling pack with a variety of ammunition choices for that grab and go situation. The sling packs can be easily slung over a shoulder or used as a pouch. The large zippered section features two internal pockets and the small zippered section with one internal pocket. A hook and loop patch on the front is perfect for placing patches and Ammunition Depot is placing their PVC Flag patch on every sling pack. Additionally, the sling pack has MOLLE straps on the front and sides for additional pouch attachments and on the back is a pouch for concealed carry. The sling pack measures 11” H x 8” W x 2” D. The Tactical Sling Pack is available in Black, Coyote Tan and OD Green, Black Python and ACU.

“Our customers are busy people and when you ask them what they like about Ammunition Depot, besides the great service, pricing and variety, it’s convenience,” Scott Blick, managing partner of Ammunition Depot, explained. “Choose your favorite round and we’ll do the rest. We’ll pre-pack it in a convenient rugged tactical sling pack so all you have to do is grab your sling pack and hit the range. The pricing is so affordable, why just order one when you can have different packs already preloaded with different calibers?”

Whether its boxed or bagged ammo, Ammunition Depot’s Tactical Sling Pack stuffs each pack with your choice of .223, .380, .45 ACP, 9MM or 5.56 rounds for under $100 a pack. Summer is here, spend your time on the range instead of loading your ammo carriers. 

Ammunition Depot Tactical Sling Pack
Ammunition Depot Tactical Sling Pack

About Ammunition Depot:

Ammunition Depot was founded by freedom-loving Americans committed to American’s right and responsibility to defend themselves, their families and their country. Ammunition Depot’s goal and promise is to provide to the American public high-quality ammunition at the lowest possible price with the best customer service they have ever experienced, period.

As Ammunition Depot has grown over the years, we have been able to create numerous jobs for hard-working Americans in our home state of Florida, as well as help many charities and foundations that support our troops, law enforcement and the shooting sports.  Our plan is to keep growing, keep creating jobs, keep giving and keep Ammunition Depot strong so that we can deliver the same great products and same great service for decades to come.

  • 9 thoughts on “Ammunition Depot Grab-and-Go Tactical Sling Packs

    1. You need to remove that patch from the bag now and stop making them. Whoever designed that patch doesn’t seem to give a damn about the United States of America. That patch is in violation of the US code. DISGRACEFUL!

    2. So, Matt
      Don’t you buy your own mags? I’d think the cost of providing magazines for all the different firearms out there would make the bag prohibitively expensive. The bag also looks as though I could fit a few in there. Am I missing something?

      1. Nah your right John. I’m just trying to figure out why I would buy this and how much of a market there is for it. I can go to wallieworld and do the same.
        So how many here ordered immediately after seeing this?

    3. This might be good for a cache but it needs magazines. The odds of me actually retaining all my mags in that little dump pouch while seriously running and gunning are very slim. Other than that I’m not seeing the market. Anyone else have any ideas?

      1. I can imagine someone buying the pack deal if the price is just a little more than the price of the ammo. Like, if it’s $90 of ammo plus the bag for $100, I would consider buying it, just to have another bag around. You could buy different colors for different calibers, making range trips a little easier.

        I only go to the range a few times a year, and every trip involves at least a couple of hours of digging around for the parts, magazines, and ammo I need. Maybe I should reorganize by calibers.

        1. I checked their web site – you are pretty much spot on regarding the prices – at least based on current local prices. As to the ‘issue’ posed by Matt – I suspect that most folks have a few extra mags around so the price for the ammo and the bag is most likely a non-issue.

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