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Advice looking for a gun bag

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by subzeer0, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. subzeer0

    subzeer0 Engaging Member

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    looking to replace my bsa rifle bag

    definitely want a backpack type with two slings and preferably a well padded one....looking at a jsr backpack one bur fear it may be a tad tight

    so if anyone can point me to a nice one...please let me know

    thanks
     
  2. johnboy22

    johnboy22 Donator

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    Check out the B.S.A Tactical bag, well padded, plenty of pockets and back pack straps.
     
  3. Pidlar

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    The Buffalo river dominator bags are good. Well padded(doubles as a shooting mat) plenty of pockets and they come in 2 lengths. I've had mine for well over 12 months it gets abused every week and is out in all weathers. All the zips, clips, stitching and straps are all still in excellent condition. Takes a rifle with large scope and side wheel fitted and the bipod can stay attached.
    Regards Stu.
     
  4. tombillings916

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    Been using one of these for a while now, loads of pockets that swallows my Regal with scope, targets, stapler, silencer etc, and being black doesn't look grubby, great value and easy to carry either by the handles or back straps, good piece of kit, I think I paid £39.99 from Uttings, highly recommended.
     
  5. Comrade Stumpy

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    Solware do a nice range of own brand bags with plenty padding and deep enough to accommodate any rifle and kit that you've bolted to it. Has backpack straps too. My favorite are the AIM drag bags but they are a bit pricey.
     
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    My BSA tac bag was the most annoying bag I ever used. The lining keeps riding up into the path of the zip and closing it up takes minutes, patience and a vice like grip. The Buffalo River one I now have makes life so much easier.
     
  7. subzeer0

    subzeer0 Engaging Member

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    Going to try out an aim bag tomorrow... Only a few miles away
     
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    I have two BSA bags and am well pleased with them. I like them because of the hard sides, perfect length for my Hw100 and AA classic. Cost £24 and £29. Plenty of room with scopes and bipod.
     
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    I have to agree that the Buffalo River Dominator 42" bag is top notch either in camo (mine) or in black.
     
  10. Stokie99

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    ASG-Tactical-Gunbag-black.jpg Asg backpack £45 great bit of kit 8 pockets well padded plenty room for hw100, scope ,bipod, am silencer, pellets, airline, tools, pellet lube, silacon cloth ,allen keys ,rangefinder etc.
     
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2014
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  12. subzeer0

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    well thnks guys....had a look at the Aims drag bag at a local supplier...and swiftly parted with £136 ....jobs a gooden
     

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