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Rockfish
May 11, 2002, 06:29 PM
One with padded sides for my 45's. Can someone point me towards a good one.

thanks

scarman
May 11, 2002, 08:57 PM
Hey Rockfish!

I just went thru this analysis myself. I've done the Home Depot tool bag and that worked well to start out, but when I added a second gun and more stuff it just wasn't ideal. Dillon makes a decent bag and so does Bag Master, but I found two that were outstanding.

The first is from Green Mountain Sports. Green Mountain Sports (http://www.greenmtnsports.com/) Nice bag and I recieved a lot of good comments from those that actually use it. The bag I actually settled on was the Shooter's Connection Bag. ( Shooter's Connection ) (http://www.shooterstore.com/acb/showdetl.cfm?&DID=52&User_ID=1917963&st=3625&st2=-185110418&st3=336784207&Product_ID=4620&CATID=151) From my research, the Shooter's Connection bag is a notch better than the Green Mountain bag and a little less money.

I'm very pleased with the Shooter's Connection bag. It holds two of my guns and everything I can carry. This bag is well thoughtout and heavy duty constructed. All the hardware is top quality. No raw seems in any of the compartments. The sholder strap is nicely padded and well thoughtout.

Both are pricey but if you have the money, both are worth every penny. I really did a lot of searching and these two were the best I was able to find in my opinion. I hope one of these will fit your needs.

Dave

Lotzinger
May 12, 2002, 02:24 PM
i use blackhawks mobile operation bag (MOB-small) with the enhanced modular insert. it´s reliable and very strong, but the most important thing to remind is, that you can change the bags inserts as you want. they offer a lot of different things to use with.
take a look at the online-shop and think about the bags ...

Len S
May 12, 2002, 10:06 PM
www.uplandusa.com Reasonable, strong and you can have them fit it to your needs.

Billy Sparks
May 13, 2002, 07:15 AM
Check out Waller and Sons Bags

http://www.wallerandson.com/index.htm (http://http://www.wallerandson.com/index.htm)

I have the range bag and can fit more in it than I can comfortable
carry.

hitnthexring
May 22, 2002, 03:20 PM
I went with the Dillon bag. For $67.00 & a unconditional, lifetime warranty I don't think it can be beat. They don't even care how old or damaged it is, they will just replace it.

CDPshooter
May 24, 2002, 10:54 AM
Take a look at the Bagmaster products. I have the medium padded bag and love it. Constructed very well and from good materials.

Bagmaster Website (http://www.bagmaster.com/)

kbear38S
May 24, 2002, 12:24 PM
I went with the Dillon bag. For $67.00 & a unconditional, lifetime warranty I don't think it can be beat. They don't even care how old or damaged it is, they will just replace it.

You sure? The No BS warranty only applies to selected Dillon products, not all of them.

Flexmoney
May 25, 2002, 11:56 AM
I found a tool bag at Home Depot that looks lioke it was built for this sport. $30. Check it out. Before that I was going to go the Shooter's Connection route.

Fireglock
May 27, 2002, 07:58 PM
Bagmaster or Green Mountain both are good bags. I use a GM Original for matches and a BM Pro XL for general range use.