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Who makes a good range bag?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Starter52, Dec 9, 2012.

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  1. Starter52

    Starter52 Member

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    Guys, my sister needs a Xmas range bag for my BIL. He shoots quality handguns and I'm looking for a carrying bag for him to take to the indoor range. Something in the $100 range, big enough for two 1911-size guns in pistol rugs, but not overly large. Discreet, no loud graphics or gun company logo on the side.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. wrs840

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    Midway compact.
     
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    LA police gear makes a good bag.
     
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    I'm pretty cheap and only paid $20 at wally world for a Winchester range bag that sounds like what you may be looking for. Plenty of room for ammo and hearing and eye protection. Only thing I don't like is no magazine pouches.
     
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    I still have the 15 year old Bagmaster range bag we bought as the baby bag/range bag to be when my daughter was born.
     
  6. taliv

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    Think about one of those hard pistol cases the cmp guys use. Looks more like a tool box than a gun case
     
  7. hq

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    I've used Bucket Boss Gatemouth bags in various sizes. Cheap, utilitarian and durable enough for carrying fairly large amounts of heavy ammo.
     
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    Join NRA get a free bag,If your a member get them one
     
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    The LA Police Gear "Jumbo Bail Out Bag" has served me pretty well for the last year or so.

    http://www.lapolicegear.com/jumbo-bailout-bag.html

    Priced at $29.99, it's not going to break the bank either.

    LAPG shipping is a bit on the slow side, so you'd do well to get it order pdq if you like it (or your sister does).

    Jeff B.
     
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  11. simonjester

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    I love the midway compact, find it on sale well worth the money...
     
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    Midway is good
    so are the GI-style tool-bags you can get at the surplus store
    so is a cheapie toolbox, I ran my range kit out of a $25 Craftsman 3-level toolbox for a couple years, it will work for pistol-only if you pack smart
     
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    +1 for Midway USA.
     
  14. Starter52

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    Thanks guys. I've ordered from Midway.
     
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