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BEST RIFLE BAG

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jafleming123, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. Jafleming123

    Jafleming123 Posting Addict

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    Hello as above im looking at getting a new rifle bag

    I wondered if yous know if any rifle bags come with egg foam lining or is thickly lined material

    I dont want a hard case and i dont want a cheap looking rifle bag

    Any advice?

    Thanks jonathan :)
     
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    The AIM bags are reputed to be some of the best about, if a little pricey.
     
  7. Jafleming123

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    Do you have a link i can check out thanks :))

    Rather pay plenty money to protect my rifle than pay cheap and damage it
     
  8. Honest Bob

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    I hear what you say, but the bsa tactical is a very good bag, well padded, and not floppy like some, worth a look at. Atb, Bob.
     
  9. Jafleming123

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    Ok ill check it out :))
     
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    check your pm...re aim bags...not very far from you
     
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    Dear Jonathan

    After trying several I was very happy to find these and now have two of them. Very, very well made (as you would expect from the maker concerned), are large enough to take any rifle, scope, light system, dense thick foam with a soft durable cloth lining, waterproof exterior, oiled leather trims, best quality lockable zips and two expandable exterior pockets.
    Highly recommended without reservation.
    Harkila Gun Slip - 125cm with Pocket - Green | Uttings.co.uk

    A very good day to you
     
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    a great bag protects my hw100 just fine
     
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    I have an Aim 50 bag. They are not cheap, but I challenge anyone to break or rip any part of it. Tough as old boots and very well made. My guns and equipment are always safe when in transit. Best money ever spent. KB1
     
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    I've never had a problem or damaged any gun with a cheapo Buffalo River bag......you lot must be heavy handed!
     
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    +1 for the BSA!! Not quite up to AIM standard, but holds my 100KT and Sidewinder as snug as a bug in a rug + the external pockets are of reasonable size. The two shoulder (Bergan type) straps are removable or one can be clipped to one edge to give simple over the shoulder carrying ability.
     
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    i use the BSA bags and have 2 different types too the polytwill and the carbine backpack both are very good and at uttings a good price also
     
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    Dont know which the best bag is, but I have three buffalo river bags and find them excellent, the padding is very thick also the zips and handles are good quality, very happy with them.
     
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    Thanks for all the reply still trying to find the right one :))
     
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    buy whichever design you like and if it needs extra padding .....the dense foam camping rolls are cheap and easily cut to fit. HTH
     

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