Want New Range Bag!!!

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    Want New Range Bag!!!

    My wife was given a SpringField Factory Shooter Range bag and this thing is pimp and I am now realizing my range bag is on her last legs. I am looking at the Dillon Precision range bag. I do recall checking out BagMaster at the SHOT Show and I do like their bags. I am leaning towards their Pro Tournie Bag Mod 1.




    What range bags do you all have? I need some input/advice.

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    My wife bought me the Galati Super Range Bag, a four gun bag that will actually carry six 1911s comfortably, plenty of ammunition, muffs, glasses, magazines and cleaning equipment. When mine is fully loaded it is almost too heavy to pick up. I plan to get a smaller one to tote to the range when I go. When I walk in the range with it they all think I am going to spend a week with them.
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    Bump'r, do you have a URL for Galati???

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    Ooops, I meant to put that in the first post....

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    thanks Bumper. What do you wish the bag had??? How would you change it if you had the power to do so? What are its short comings and what are its benefits???

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    I use something that looks like a large gym bag, from GOAL (Gun Owners Action League). It is the blue bag in the lower left corner of the attached picture.

    In it I have targets rolled up, spotting scope, two sets of earmuffs, glasses, large package of hand wipes, sometimes ammo (usually carry a .50 cal ammo box for that), speed-loading gear, paper towels, plastic bags for spent brass pickup, etc. It's heavy when it's loaded! Guns go in a gun case, on my hip or both. Cleaning gear and tools are in another box. I definitely look like I'm "gone for the day" when I arrive at the range!

    None of the gun bags that I've looked at look like they will hold a spotting scope, targets, etc.
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    I am still using my old duty gear bag. Not sure who makes it , or where i got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by APachon
    thanks Bumper. What do you wish the bag had??? How would you change it if you had the power to do so? What are its short comings and what are its benefits???
    I like everything about it, really, EXCEPT that it is just too damned big. They have a "Mini" Super Range Bag that I think would be about right. The fabric is very tough and the workmanship on mine is very good. But I have to tell ya, there are some really good bags out there. The Dillon bags were my second runner up and sizewise would have probably worked better for me. I will probably get the smaller Galati bag and use this one as a "transport" bag to carry all of my guns when I am going on a longer trip, carrying ammunition in a second bag.

    It has lots of internal moveable dividers so it is pretty versatile on the setup of the bag. It has a single zipper down the middle that zips almost to the bottom making access very good without the double zipper tops. I really like the material it's made out of and there is lots of padding in the side pockets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky
    I am still using my old duty gear bag. Not sure who makes it , or where i got it.
    Police duty bags make great range bags. Lots of compartments for different gear....
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    I got the Dillon Precision range bag for Christmas a few years ago. It's a great bag - padded, durable and roomy.

    I'm drooling for the iSHOT AR15 padded rifle case.
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    I got one of these: http://ishot-inc.com/store/product_i...products_id=28

    Good quality - nice bag.

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    Hey Apachon you need to check out the "I-SHOT" bags,especially their tournament bag.You sound just like me a month ago. I did a bunch of research and looking and got down to BagMaster and I-SHOT. You won't go wrong with either one, but i really like the my I-SHOT bag and especially the price.One last thing, the I-SHOT Tournament bag is a big bag,they offer a bag under this that is their most popular seller.They have a good wib site with all the info.Good Luck.

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    ramtough, good on you for that recommendation. That is a sweet bag. Thank you so much. Do you all know anything about the Waller & Son's range bags??? So I am pretty much at a toss up between the iShot and the Bagmaster.
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    are the sides of the iShot rigid, ie do they stand up and retain their shape???
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    just ordered the iShot
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