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Range bags

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by Tanis143, Jun 17, 2018.

  1. Tanis143

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    Ok, in the hunt for a good, not bank breaking, gun bag. Looking for something that can carry 2-4 pistols, ammo, ears and eyes and other misc items. Recommendations go!
     
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    Walmart plastic bags. You'd be surprised how much weight they hold and spacious too.
     
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    A good backpack works great, and you can still have your hands free for rifles.
     
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    i made a range bag out of a medium ALICE pack with some added pouches although not the cheapest method its work well. As mentioned above any decent backpack would be perfect...even the ultra tackycool maxpedition knock offs can be had cheap and will be more than suitable for most people's range bag needs.
     
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    Plenty of Fish, or if you want to pay a little bit, Eharmony.., might get slapped if you call her a Range bag though.
     
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    I have some : an Explorer Large Padded Deluxe Tactical Range Bag, Large Sears tool bag, cheapo from HF, and a MOLLE pack. Depends on my needs.
     
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    I have a good sized backpack, just tired of carrying it and a pistol case plus my rifle case. Rather have something that has a built in compartment for my pistols. The OR bag looks promising. The blackhawk bag would work... for now. But would probably be too small in the future.
     

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