Soft Range bag Suggestions

jcup

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Hi Everyone,

My pelican hard case is getting annoying carrying the the range. I was looking at the Voodoo Tactical bag.

Any one use it or what do you guys recommend?
 

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I use the Eberlestock Drag Bag and have tried the TacOps prior. Both were best in class but the options on the Eberlestock made it the only bag that I use right now. I stuff it in a hard case when I travel for extra protection and don't have to deal with the foam.
 

jcup

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I use the Eberlestock Drag Bag and have tried the TacOps prior. Both were best in class but the options on the Eberlestock made it the only bag that I use right now. I stuff it in a hard case when I travel for extra protection and don't have to deal with the foam.
Looks nice! thanks for the suggestion.
 

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If you want to go cheap the Midway USA “sniper drag bag” is hard to beat. They regularly go on sale for like 75 bucks. I’m currently using the Hogue 3 gun bag (I shoot a lot of 3 gun so that is my usual purpose for a gun bag) and it is top notch, very good quality zippers and excellent design. I have also heard good things about the Voodoo bags, although I have never seen one up close.
 

jcup

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jcup

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If you want to go cheap the Midway USA “sniper drag bag” is hard to beat. They regularly go on sale for like 75 bucks. I’m currently using the Hogue 3 gun bag (I shoot a lot of 3 gun so that is my usual purpose for a gun bag) and it is top notch, very good quality zippers and excellent design. I have also heard good things about the Voodoo bags, although I have never seen one up close.
Thanks for the information.
 
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For a simple case, look at the GA Precision Range Bag ($70, made for GAP by Armageddon Gear) or the Armageddon Gear Precision Rifle Case ($170, longer, more pockets, heavier padding). If you want to go all out, and get a case that drops straight into a Pelican 1750 or similar, the M2010 is expensive ($300ish) but a bad-ass rifle case. I have the GAP bag and the M2010, and gave the AG PR case to my dad last fall, so I've got experience with all three, and they are all excellent cases.
 

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For a simple case, look at the GA Precision Range Bag ($70, made for GAP by Armageddon Gear) or the Armageddon Gear Precision Rifle Case ($170, longer, more pockets, heavier padding). If you want to go all out, and get a case that drops straight into a Pelican 1750 or similar, the M2010 is expensive ($300ish) but a bad-ass rifle case. I have the GAP bag and the M2010, and gave the AG PR case to my dad last fall, so I've got experience with all three, and they are all excellent cases.
Some nice cases I will need to measure to see if it would fit in my hard case.
 

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Condor looks very much like Drago - which I've found to be very adequate for $70.00.
 

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I've got an old Voodoo one and wouldn't get another. The stitching came apart and it really hasn't held up well. I've got a drag bag from Triad Tactical and it's been great, had it for years and it's taken tons of abuse. I've got an Armageddon Gear Precision Rifle case on the way now and I'm willing to bet it'll be top notch, like all the stuff they make.
 

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I have to agree, the SERT cases are the best and most durable soft cases you can buy. I have one that is over ten years old that is practically like new. I recently purchased 3 more and now own 30" 36" 40" and 46" models. They also fit like a glove into Pelican cases. Since the OP has a Pelican already it should be mentioned. I bought 4 Pelican cases to go with my 4 Sert cases. Id give up the Pelicans before the SERTs if I had to. The materials, design, attention to detail are second to none. The hybrid design with hard panels not only protects the weapon but keeps the case from deforming and wearing due to bolt knobs, scope turrets, etc.

Vudoo, Condor... those are cheap trash in comparison. Like comparing an SKS to an AI.
 
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The Armageddon gear bags are hard to beat. They make a few, so you can chose the length and options to suit your needs. Their quality is unmatched and great people to deal with who give lots to our sport.

I also have a couple of the voodoo bags. They are ok, but kinda cheap. Not bad. But not great
 

jcup

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I've got an old Voodoo one and wouldn't get another. The stitching came apart and it really hasn't held up well. I've got a drag bag from Triad Tactical and it's been great, had it for years and it's taken tons of abuse. I've got an Armageddon Gear Precision Rifle case on the way now and I'm willing to bet it'll be top notch, like all the stuff they make.
I am glad someone has hands on experience with the voodoo. I think a I am going to have to spend a little extra and get a quality bag.
 
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jcup

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I have to agree, the SERT cases are the best and most durable soft cases you can buy. I have one that is over ten years old that is practically like new. I recently purchased 3 more and now own 30" 36" 40" and 46" models. They also fit like a glove into Pelican cases. Since the OP has a Pelican already it should be mentioned. I bought 4 Pelican cases to go with my 4 Sert cases. Id give up the Pelicans before the SERTs if I had to. The materials, design, attention to detail are second to none. The hybrid design with hard panels not only protects the weapon but keeps the case from deforming and wearing due to bolt knobs, scope turrets, etc.

Vudoo, Condor... those are cheap trash in comparison. Like comparing an SKS to an AI.
Yeah I checked out the SERT and it looks like quality product. It has the added plus of being able to add the molle bags in the front pocket to fit different gear.
 

jcup

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The Armageddon gear bags are hard to beat. They make a few, so you can chose the length and options to suit your needs. Their quality is unmatched and great people to deal with who give lots to our sport.

I also have a couple of the voodoo bags. They are ok, but kinda cheap. Not bad. But not great
Yeah I checked them out after your suggestion. Looks like a good product.
 
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Didn’t read previous post but I have the voodoo long bag and I can’t praise it enough I love it in multicam
 

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Just got a Blackhawk one for a decent price on Amazon. Pretty stoked on it so far. I too got tired of dragging a Pelican around. I'm already looking at picking up another one.
 

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I've tried several large bags with lots of pockets... and they always just got filled with stuff, made the bag heavy, and would catch on things getting it in/out of vehicles...

I've switched over to the Armageddon Gear bags... nice and streamlined design. highly recommend.
 
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I have the Allen tactical rifle bag. It fits my RPR with scope. I can have the rifle folded or unfolded. It has compartments for mags, books, etc. I've been happy with it. I think it was 60$ @ sportsmans warehouse.
 

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The Voidoo case I’ve hauled around for 3 gun over the last 5-6 years has held up very nicely. I’m not understanding the “cheap trash” comments above at all.
 

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I've tried several large bags with lots of pockets... and they always just got filled with stuff, made the bag heavy, and would catch on things getting it in/out of vehicles...

I've switched over to the Armageddon Gear bags... nice and streamlined design. highly recommend.
I just checked those out. Seem like a nice bag and the price point is more than fair for something made in the USA. I'll be looking into picking one up.