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Old 08-19-2008, 05:24 PM   #1
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I bought a new range bag a few months ago-- I shopped around for a while and I was considering the Eagle Range bag but I just didn't like the layout. I came accross the Tac-Force small range bag one day while out and about.

The dimensions and details from the manufacturer are:
TAC Force™ Range Bags are regarded as one of the industry's favorite "Carry-All" gear bags. Well designed with ample room to carry two (2) handguns separately in their removable sleeves, their magazines and other important gear all in one unit. Other features include, large main compartment with adjustable/removable dividers, 14 individual magazine sleeves, 4 exterior zippered pockets, high density closed cell foam padded side panels, web handles, hook n loop flashlight/baton straps, removable/adjustable carrying strap, treated with DuPont® Teflon® coating to weatherproof and add longevity to bag. A must have range bag that every shooter should have included in their shooting gear arsenal.

• 1473 Cu. in.
• 18" x 14" x 9"
• Pistol sleeve 13" x 6"
• Two lockable pistol compartments with removable sleeves
• Includes configurable padded dividers
• Great two pistol gear bag with multiple compartments
• Can accommodate most small to medium duty pistols
• Available Colors: Black, OD Green, Desert Tan, ACU, Digital Woodland & Digital Desert Tan
• Detachable padded pouch and compartment dividers for custom configurations
The only part I don't get on the description is the locking part? I don't see how you can lock the pockets. I think it's a nice bag-- it keeps things organized, and is well built. The stitching is tight and the zippers are self-repairing. The shoulder strap is a nice touch. I'm thinking this bag will last a long time, I've taken it to the range probably 25 times since I've had it and it's still looking new. Works great! Overall, I'm pleased with the bag-- It holds everything I need 2 pistols, two holsters, 7 pouches, ammo, cleaning kit, tools, sunscreen, staple gun, eyes and ears, lunch, bino and monoculars, ect. You name it fits in there. Both the side pockets have mag pouches going all the way across and provides room for other equipment they also have removable pads. The end pockets are roomy but not padded. The center compartment comes with two padded dividers that are removable as well as configurable.

Just thought I'd pass on this information. It's a good value.
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Review of Tac-Force Small Range Bag - Firearm Accessories & Gear
Review of Tac-Force Small Range Bag - Firearm Accessories & Gear
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Old 08-19-2008, 08:48 PM   #2
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Nice. Thanks for the write up. Looks like a nice piece of kit. I am currently on my third year of the one I got, but I will store this away for future reference should I need another one.


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Very nice range bag ya got there.
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Great review, thanks! Im kinda new to shooting myself, and Im looking to get all the accesories Looking for a range bag now and Im shopping around. I'll add this one to the list!
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