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The mrs has said she wants to get me something shooting related for my birthday (Tuesday March 15th :laugh: ) and I think I want a new gun bag.

 

I've got a couple of rifle slips but zipping them up with an 8x56 scope and bipod on is a bit tight, so I thought I'd go for one of those drag bags or similar - the rectangular ones, not gun shape.

 

Can anyone recommend a decent one? My centrefires are 40" long, but I normally put the mod on before I go out as it's one less thing to try to do in the dark, so ideally the bag would take the gun and mod, but not absolutely essential.

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buffalo river dominator two big pockets zips alround so can use as mat in prone position and extra handles so you can carry like a rucksack plenty of room for rifle and bipod . black or camo

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buffalo river dominator two big pockets zips alround so can use as mat in prone position and extra handles so you can carry like a rucksack plenty of room for rifle and bipod . black or camo

i have just got this gunbag from seamaster today with a gun i have bought from him and it is a nice big bag aswell, you can open it up to use as a shooting matt, and as toby said plenty room and pockets

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BSA again...google bsa rifle backpack-43 inch

 

Interal measurement 43inch × 12 inch

 

Fits my hw100 with 4-16×50 hawke airmax and medium mounts with 2 inches spare..will take the 56 scope easily (mine also has the harris pod on)

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buffalo river dominator two big pockets zips alround so can use as mat in prone position and extra handles so you can carry like a rucksack plenty of room for rifle and bipod . black or camo

I have the same bag and it's a very practical solution to my requirements. The only problem is the stitching very quickly started to come away around the zip causing it to fray which obviously makes repairs a little difficult :( I'd like to say it could be a one off but seeing as a mate has had a similar issue I'm not so sure, it's a fine bag otherwise and it's surprising what can be done via judicious use of superglue ;)

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Lads, can anyone recommend a bag to use for carrying a .410 Hushpower around in. I will be breaking it down to get to where I need to be discreetly and assembling it on site. Any helpful tips would be appreciated. Walshie, hope you don't mind me piggy backing on your post👍

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