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Best Company for Bags etc.

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by EvanWilliams, May 8, 2009.

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  1. EvanWilliams

    EvanWilliams member

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    Hi guys. In your opinion, who is making the best range bags, rifle cases, pouches etc. ?

    I have bagmaster stuff and some no name stuff. I see stuff from CondorOutdoor and maxpedition. Pricey some of it.
    What is the best bang for buck and if you know, who is a great online retailer for said products.

    Thanks
     
  2. JohnBT

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    I can't honestly say what's the best bang for the buck. Take a look at the very good stuff sold by Sinclair International and see how it compares to what you've looked at. They are a well known and well established company catering to benchrest shooters.

    www.sinclairintl.com/prod_detail_list/Rests-Bipods-Bags

    Sinclair International is now owned by Brownell's and the quality and service has not faltered at all.

    John
     
  3. EvanWilliams

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    Impressive. I like to buy stuff that lasts. This stuff looks good.
    Thanks.
     
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    I have a i-shot pro shooter, that I have been extremely happy with.

    Its pretty rugged, and has held up to use and abuse really well.
     
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    The stuff was pricey. Thank God I am not a benchrest shooter. All I need is stuff for rifle, pistol and skeet!!!! Though, my shotgunning bag was damn pricey but has lasted years!
     
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    I know, but I like to study the expensive stuff to see if I can figure out where the others are cutting corners. JT
     
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    I believe Eagle used to exist as "Assault Systems". Very well done. Packs, and such, Maxpedition, I have three or four of their bags, of various type. F****** rugged...
     
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    Wow! The Farley joystick model was pricey at around $350. when it came out, but now it's over $800. ??

    Even if they gold plated it I don't think it would account for a $500. increase.
     
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    Three four star ratings out of 221 and the rest five stars? Definitely good reviews.

    And the video convinced me. That is going to be my next range bag.
     
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    I've read good things about that bag on other forums. I have an iShot and an old bag that could well be an Eagle that I still use from time to time if I don't need the huge capacity of the iShot.

    John
     
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    EvanWilliams Thanks for posting this. I was just starting to look at options for a new range bag.

    Squirrelnuts The Midway bag looks awesome! I may try it.
     
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