I found a tan or maybe coyote colored "pack" today. There are no markings on it. The whole thing appears to be made out of cordura. It measures about 50" long, about 14" wide, and about 8" tall, except on one end (the same end that also has two wheels to roll it around, such like luggage seen at an airport), where the bottom foot or so is made to be about 12" tall-apparently to hold a helmet. There is a compartment on the outside on the bottom that contains a pair of shoulder straps. It has a main compartment, with zippers on each side of the main compartment that allows access to open a compartment on either side. Inside the two side compartments, which run the entire length, there are a bunch of various sized pockets. On one side in what I will call the secondary compartment there are 4 adjustable length straps with fastex buckles on them. The zippers are not marked YKK, but look and feel good. The main body of this thing is padded. The way the straps are positioned, I think a bolt-gun would fit like a glove into one of the secondary compartments.
I looked it over pretty close, and using the thread somewhere here on LF that describes the difference between good and not-so-good gear (such as quality of stitching, spacing, material used, etc) I would rate this as being pretty darn good. (I own several London Bridge packs which I am lead to believe,are pretty well the standard for well-made gear, and would say the quality is about halfway between LBT and the el-cheapo Voodoo stuff, leaning a lot closer to the higher end )
Posting pictures ain't a happenin' thing, so this will have to do. Any guess who made it?