Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by dso88, Apr 9, 2015.
Any thoughts on these 2 bags is it worth paying that much extra for the aim ?
Yes it is, absolute quality build and will last longer than you
I think you can only take objective advice from someone who has owned both and tried them in similar conditions for a similar amount of time.
I've not, but Ridgeline is fine for me, and the AIM rain/mud cover fits it as well.
I can't really fault my Ridgeline I've had it over a year now., the AIM looks good too but I haven't tried it just seen it.
Own both, if I'd have bought the Ridgeline first I'd have two Ridgelines.
Have a Ridgeline arriving today, it looks like a good bag for the money.
Good size for my FT rig after trying a fellow club members first.
Had my ridgline for a year now one of the pockets split from the zip.
contacted them by email. No reply was not impressed.
still a good bag though.
Try ringing Highlandoutdoors, the importers.
I like my AIM
I have the AIM bag, and it is very well made. Bonus: I can put it in my Storm case for airline travel.
Aim, Drag bag.
Please excuse my ignorance, but will both these gun bags comfortably accommodate a ft kit ( EV2 + big Nikko). Would anyone have a photo of these bags, with perhaps a reference code and price.
Thanks in advance, Max.
AIM every time , sure it costs a bit more , but you get what you pay for .
As for room , you will have plenty , pockets galore , straps and pocket inside , ruck sack straps if required .
Tough a old boots .
I can get my Pardini with the mounted Sightron 10-50x60 in it. , but not with a side wheel fitted , if you get the longer AIM bag , you can fit a rifle with scope and silencer on it .
Pockets are well big enough to take pellets , small air buddy bottle , bipod , packed lunch , even small flask .
Go for the AIM you won't regret it .
This firm also do some nice bags for ft rigs.
I'm very pleased with my AIM bag; plenty big enough and very tough.
Not saying the Ridgeline isn't - I don't own one!