Moose Unveils Gun Carrier, XCR Backpack, Winch

Lucas Cooney
by Lucas Cooney

Moose has added three more interesting products to its ATV and UTV catalog: Quick Draw Gun Carrier, 3,500-Pound Winch, and XCR Backpack.

Quick Draw Gun Carrier

Moose Quick Draw Gun Rack

NRA by Moose Utility Division provides hunters with a Quick Draw Gun Carrier ($79.95) that is perfect for any UTV. The unique hook and loop pull-tabs form and fit the holding cradles to the exact size of the stock or forearm of the gun, allowing the sight and scope setting to stay untouched. The carrier is made from aircraft aluminum and then finished off with powder coat paint. For UTVs like the Polaris Ranger that has a slight hump in the floorboard, there is an application that comes with an adapter plate, and all carriers come with the necessary installation hardware.

Quick Draw Gun Carrier Product Information

Holds two guns securely and protected in a soft, cushioned cradle

Unique hook and loop pull-tabs form and fit the holding cradles to the exact size of the stock or forearm of the gun – no more loose fits to disturb the sight and scope settings

Made of aircraft aluminum and then finished off with super tough powder coat paint

Comes complete with all the necessary hardware for quick and easy installation

Adapter place is also available for Polaris Ranger or other machines with slight hump in floorboard

Made in the USA

Part Number (UTV’s) : 3518-0052

Part Number (Polaris Ranger) : 3518-0053

Starting at $79.95

XCR Backpack

Moose XCR Backpack

If you’re looking for a way to organize and carry more gear on your next ATV adventure, Moose Racing is offering the XCR Backpack ($69.95). The backpack is loaded with features that start with construction from ballistic nylon, polyester, and rip-stop nylon. To stow gear in an orderly fashion, the backpack is equipped with front pockets that have zippered internal compartments, a key clip, side pockets with elastic loops that can store tools, and a fleeced lined laptop pocket that fits most 17 inch laptops. In addition to reflective accents that help others see you in low-light conditions, the XCR Backpack includes a pull-over rain hood to keep your items dry.

XCR Backpack Product Information

Stow your gear in an orderly fashion with front pockets that have zippered internal compartments and a key clip, plus side pockets that include elastic tool loops to secure miscellaneous accessories

Fleece-lined laptop pocket (fits most 17” laptops)

Separate audio compartment fitted with a headphone cord port

Set the height of the backpack on your torso with adjustable, flow-mesh padded waist straps

Adjustable sternum strap and ventilated flow-mesh shoulder straps prevent unwanted movement

Elevated bio-foam back panel increases air movement under the pack as you ride

Reflective accent help others see you in low-light conditions

Pull-over rain hood keeps your stuff dry

Made with heavy-duty ballistic nylon, polyester and rip-stop nylon for long life

Part Number: 3517-0281


3,500 Pound Winch

Moose 3500 Pound Winch

Moose Utility Division provides ATV and UTV owners with a 3,500 Pound Winch ($369.95). Made with a three-stage planetary gear train, the winch is available with either wire rope or synthetic rope. The winch also features an internal freespool clutch, a mechanical spring brake, and a plow-style roller fairlead. The mini-rocker switch and corded remote and socket are included to get you up and running right away.

3500 Pound Winch Product Information

3,500 lb capacity

Three-stage planetary gear train

Available in both wire rope and synthetic rope

Compes with 50 feet of 5/32” diameter rope

Internal freespool clutch

Mechanical spring brake

Comes with plow-style roller fairlead

Mini rocker switch and cord remote and socket included

Made in the USA

Part Number (Wire Rope) : 4505-0481

Part Number (Synthetic Rope) : 4505-0482

Starting at $369.95

Lucas Cooney
Lucas Cooney

I have been working exclusively in digital media since 1997. I started out with, spending nearly nine years creating and editing content on Canada's leading sports website. I left to join VerticalScope, Inc., one of the world's largest online publishers, to start a number of powersports publications. While at VerticalScope, I've helped create and oversee content for a wide variety of different publications, including,,,,, and many more.

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