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Anyone know about this drag bag?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by turnipcruncher, Aug 11, 2014.

  1. turnipcruncher

    turnipcruncher Donator

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    I keep seeing it but re-badged in various names?
    in uk it seems to be GPI.

    g.p.i tactical drag bag
    voodoo tactical drag bag

    it looks to be half decent, at least well thought out and designed, just not sure if the quality is as good?

    anybody own one or have handled one?

    cheers
     
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    I have the 'Aim 150'. I am over the moon with the performance of it. Very comfy to wear. Holds everything. And my gun is always secure. Not cheap, but worth every penny. Look at the Aim, website. I don't expect to ever have to buy another bag. The zips and stitching are just so strong. Would not hesitate in recommending the aim brand. KB1
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    yep AIM are great, just very deer, I got a viper gun bag, and I'm very happy cost £65
     
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    I have the middle one, of the picture of three that you show. It comes with a rain protector, you can either carry it as a back pack or by use of the two handles. As a back pack, you hardly notice its on, its that comfy to carry. And that's with a payload of 'Daystate Air Ranger', one ground sheet 6x4, one rain cover for all of my gear 6x4, binoculars, range finder, hat, gloves, knife, ammo, tool set, and there is even a sleeve in the spine of the bag for a full length cleaning rod to be inserted within. The shoulder straps and chest belt are fitted so securely to the bag, and are such good quality, as is the rest of the bag. With the items packed inside this bag, I could honestly drop the bag deliberately, know that my contents including the rifle would fare ok. Plus the bag makes for a great resting point to use when taking shots out in the field. IMO, its a real winner,KB1
     
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    yeah im sold on the camo one for sure, I just have to see if i can afford it this month :)
     

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