Get All The Bag You’ll Ever Need: Voodoo Tactical’s 3-Gun Weapons Case

The 3-Gun Competition Weapons Case from Voodoo Tactical.

One major problem that has plagued multi-gun competitive shooters since the advent of the sport is how do you carry all your stuff?

Some people modify baby strollers or golf bags, which kinda works. Except you look like a nerd. This also doesn’t help once you start playing on the national circuit, which will require a lot of air travel. You need to not only be able to carry all your stuff at the match, you need to get it there. The ideal solution, if you have ever humped a ruck for a living at least, is a backpack. There just wasn’t one big enough to do the job. Until now.

Scatterguns have no problem fitting into the case.  Even scoped rifles fit.

Padded straps make carrying a heavy load relatively pain-free.

Meet Voodoo Tactical’s 3-Gun Competition Weapons Case.  It is the first bag I’ve seen that is long enough to fully cover a shotgun, even those with an extended magazine tubes

Different matches also sometimes require up to four guns. Shooting MGM Iron Man in trooper class? Cool. You just added a sub gun to the mix. Rocky Mountain 3-Gun? Prepare to defend your morale in a 60-round shotgun stage. The round counts go higher, as does your need to carry a variety of loads. The Voodoo Tactical 3-Gun Case has space for all of it — and then some.  Watch the video for proof.

Retail price for the 3-Gun Case is $249.95.

Not a 3-Gunner?  No Problem

What if you don’t play 3-Gun? Is there still a reason for this bag to be in your gun room? You bet.

I take multiple guns to the range all the time, it is pretty much my job. This is the first gun bag I have seen that packs adequate protection for two large scoped rifles, the kind you have to give back unharmed at the end of your review.

Available in three different colors: camo, black, coyote.

The Voodoo bag is so big it will hold a matched set of .338 Lapuas with room to spare.  I kid you not.

This is worth checking out.  It’ll satisfy all your multi-gun needs.  MSRP is $249.95.  For more information, make sure to check out

Pro Tip: Buy a huge Pelican case, no foam, that is longer than the Voodoo Tactical bag. Load the bag up with all your guns and gear, stick it in the case. Now your flight problems are solved, too.

About the author: Clay Martin is a former Marine and Green Beret, retiring out of 3rd Special Forces Group. He is a multi-decade and -service sniper, as well as 3-Gun competitor and Master ranked shooter in USPSA Production. In addition to writing about guns, he is the author of “Last Son of The War God,” a novel about shooting people that deserve it. You can also follow him on twitter, @offthe_res or his website,

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  • Joe F April 29, 2018, 3:06 pm

    You mentioned in the article flying to matches, how do you get this bag there it doesn’t fit in a pelican 1740…

  • Mike February 17, 2018, 8:04 pm

    Made in China. There are USA made products that you can buy to support your neighbors.

  • Rich Looby February 16, 2018, 12:57 pm

    A couple shows or demos ago you did, you were wearing a knife on your belt, do you recall the name of the knife company ,it was about Bigfoot belts I think. More interested in the knife. Thanks happy birthday to you.

  • Rich Looby February 16, 2018, 12:54 pm

    A couple shows or demos ago, you did, you were wearing a knif on your belt, do you recall the name of the knife company ,it was about Bigfoot belts I think. More interested in the knife. Thanks happy birthday to you.

  • joefoam February 16, 2018, 8:57 am

    Does it come with a bearer to haul it around for you? HaHa

    • steve February 16, 2018, 9:06 am

      That’s your wife, or soon to be ex-wife you have doing the carry duty. You can also out her on brass retrieval cuts as you shoot so she won’t get bored.

    • Zupglick February 16, 2018, 11:19 am

      Suggested in article to get a Pelican case w/o foam. Just buy one with wheels.

  • Jose February 16, 2018, 5:58 am

    Finally I found the perfect match for my weapons. Seems to be adequate and well made. One question, in the last photos you show a rifle, who is the mfg. and model? Thanks

    • Larry February 16, 2018, 11:12 am

      Savage precision rifle

    • Wade February 16, 2018, 1:40 pm

      I have that exact same weapon you were inquiring about, absolutely love it but be prepared to throw the butt stock in the trash and either replace with a Luth AR MB-3 or a Magpul PRS cause the piece of crap it ships with RETAILS for $36 and it ain’t worth having on a pellet gun!!! Mine shoots sub MOA all day long out to… well farther than you’ll probably have room to go!!!

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