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Need a good range bag, any recomdations?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Perseverance, Oct 19, 2009.

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  1. Perseverance

    Perseverance Member

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    As I accumulate more pistols I'm finding it more cumbersome to get them all the range with my targets/ear & eye protection plus a few pistols and ammo. I found a few that seemed ok but I thought I would get as my opinions as I could. I'm hoping not to get something huge but I realize to hold all this gear its not going to be tiny. Also I'm hoping is well made, I'm rough on my stuff so it needs to be strong...

    Heres a few I was looking at, I think the Pantac is the largest:

    http://www.pantacgear.com/pantac.gear/product-do-view-productid-84.html
    http://tac-force.com/smallrangebag.aspx
    http://www.uncle-mikes.com/products/deluxe_range_bag.html
     
  2. 737Driver

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  3. daveit

    daveit Member

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    Go to Sears & gets a Craftsman tool bag....there's tons of diff ones & diff sizes and they are usually on sale.
     
  4. Guns and more

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    Do yourself a favor. Before you buy three range bags like I did, just get the Midway bag.
    It's on sale often for $39. It's got room for more than everything including, a water bottle.
    It's built like a tank, has a great strap and lots of compartments.

    You'll thank me later.
     
  5. Zeke/PA

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    Range bag??
    Fortunately I am able to back my capped pick-up close to most of the benches at our club.
     
  6. menacingsquirrel

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    If you have a Gander Mountain nearby, take a look at theirs. It's nice and around $35. I've been using for about 6 months now.
     
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