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Old 02-11-2012, 01:07 AM   #11
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+1 on the MidwayUSA range bag.

Mine in green;

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What do you guys put in them. Example number of guns and kind, number of mags, ammo? Just anything..
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That is a really slick looking range bag, wish I would've seen it before I bought my Under Armour bag a couple years ago. Oh well, win some and you lose some, I still love my UA bag though, it holds everything I need with room to spare.

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I bring everything I would need in case something happened to one of my guns. I bring: ammo for everything I brought that day, slings, magazines for everything, parts/screws for mounts, tools, hearing protection, thigh rig/drop holster, gloves, paddle holsters, cleaning gear and targets. I think that's everything without going into precise detail and keeping it somewhat abridged.
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Old 02-12-2012, 02:52 PM   #14
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In my bag:

2 guns
Ammo
2 sets ear muffs
Numerous ear plugs
Eye protection
Otis cleaning kit
Break free clp
4 mags per gun
Barrel clear flags
Water bottle
Pen
Rag
Holster
Mag pouch
flashlight
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Well I'm pretty sure you're not Larry Potterfield, so this shouldn't violate any vendor requirements. Ok... we'll let it stay.
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Well I'm pretty sure you're not Larry Potterfield, so this shouldn't violate any vendor requirements. Ok... we'll let it stay.
I had to do a search to see who Larry was.

Nope, I'm not Larry. Just thought I would pass along what I thought was a good deal on a nice bag. Thanks for letting it stay.

As for what I have in my bag, I have not finished loading it up yet. But I think weight will be a factor before you run out of room to put stuff. This is a BIG bag. I could easily see 4 pistols and all associated equipment and ammo needed for a long day at the range.

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Awesome I might have to get one. You guys have hard cases to put ur pistols in the bag in or do you put them straight in the bag?
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Awesome I might have to get one. You guys have hard cases to put ur pistols in the bag in or do you put them straight in the bag?
The Midway bags come with 2 pistol rugs (soft cases). The bag itself has specific pockets for the pistol rugs. The padding and the nylon are so heavy duty that the pistols will be very well protected. No real need for the extra size and weight from a hard case.
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