Gear Tactical Tailor’s Low Profile SBR Bag Recoil Staff June 4, 2013 0 Comments Here is a new look at the forthcoming low-profile SBR (Short Barrel Rifle) bag from Tactical Tailor. The SBR bag will be one of an estimated eight pieces of “low visibility equipment” manufactured by Tactical Tailor to “…meet the emerging needs for the operator in combat, including the ever increasing necessity for low vis,” according to GW Ayers, Tactical Tailor’s Director of Sales and R&D Team Leader. The SBR bag is designed for work where it is simply not acceptable to advertise the presence of a weapon: intel gathering, surveillance operations, movement into or out of a staging point or “hide” in a populated area, etc. Note that the SBR bag, like all the new Tactical Tailor pieces, will have already been thoroughly used and evaluated in combat before it is released for public consumption. “Our low visibility family of equipment is an ongoing effort by Tactical Tailor to facilitate low profile operations, particularly in non-permissive environments,” says Tactical Tailor CEO Casey Ingels. “As the special forces soldiers are taking on more and more missions as the conventional forces are withdrawn, there will be an increasing need for both overt and covert operations. The current plan is for eight pieces in a family of covert operations equipment.” The TT SBR Bag will hold an M4 with 10.5-inch barrel, SCAR with buttstock collapsed or M4/AR-15 style rifle that has been broken down into upper/lower receivers. The interior, as you can see, is built for easy modularity and varying load-out configurations.