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Old 02-21-2013, 01:11 AM   #11
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Ended up buying this one, got it in today... for the price I am happy... I can see upgrading later

http://www.lapolicegear.com/tabaoutbag.html
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Old 02-21-2013, 01:32 AM   #12
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Http://www.midwayusa.com/product/939259680/midwayusa-competition-range-bag

Highly recomend it. Comes in several colors including coyote
I bought this range bag for my father-in-law at Christmas and was REALLY jealous!

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Old 04-24-2016, 12:20 AM   #13
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I have an I-Shot Bag which has many compartments and a removal interior bag to tote over to the firing points. It has multi compartments for mags. Mine has a two gun compartment with padding for each gun. It is a range bag and for that purpose. But it's in black. For smaller range bag you can get a Bailout Bag which is very reasonable price wise.
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I have the BlackHawk range bag and it does a great job with 2 pistols and a bunch of other range gear. Reasonably priced too.
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GPS Backpack range bag.
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Old 04-24-2016, 02:29 PM   #16
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That's the Bailout Bag in Coyote color. I have Black. We use them at the range. My buddy chose OD because I kept grabbing his Black bag by mistake. We also put our moral patches on the side. A nice compact big which holds a lot of items. The price has ranged from 20.00 to almost 60.00 so look around a bit when shopping.
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Old 04-25-2016, 01:45 PM   #17
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MSgt. Greg makes a good point with the Bailout Bag, which I do use weekly, is a compromise range bag. It was not specifically designed for range use but rather a bit more for utilitarian service. I don't usually put a pistol in the bag. But there is a "secret" pistol compartment in the bag which is accessed by pulling the panel away from the Velcro attachment. On occasion if I put a pistol in the main compartment, I just wrap a towel around it. The I-Shot bag is a genuine range bag with special padded compartments and removal pistol pads, but it is a very long bag. The Bailout Bags are reasonable enough pricewise to have a couple to keep one at home and maybe one filled with EDC items for the old SUV or Pickup or car.
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MSgt. Greg makes a good point with the Bailout Bag, which I do use weekly, is a compromise range bag. It was not specifically designed for range use but rather a bit more for utilitarian service. I don't usually put a pistol in the bag. But there is a "secret" pistol compartment in the bag which is accessed by pulling the panel away from the Velcro attachment. On occasion if I put a pistol in the main compartment, I just wrap a towel around it. The I-Shot bag is a genuine range bag with special padded compartments and removal pistol pads, but it is a very long bag. The Bailout Bags are reasonable enough pricewise to have a couple to keep one at home and maybe one filled with EDC items for the old SUV or Pickup or car. ON THE OTHER HAND: Some gun range enthusiasts eschew any luggage that may indicate "I have a gun." and do use tool style bags to carry their equipment and some use backpacks. This is not usual in an urban environment.
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LAPOLICEGEAR has some great bags and are pretty inexpensive
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That's the Bailout Bag you bought for twenty bucks. Hard to beat the price. It will last a long time.
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