Aims 100 Dragbag

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  1. Chris Coombes

    Chris Coombes The specialist

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    Aims 100 Dragbag

    For those that have them ,what do you think please.
    Thinking off purchasing one for my FT set up.

    Thanks Chris
     
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    Superb, worth every penny!

    Patiently waiting for John to finally get some more in stock so I can get another one!
     
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    Bag

    Second that the best best bag for sale
     
  4. Tench

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    Very often when I buy things like this I find it has far too many straps sewn here there and everywhere which I will never use so I cut them off! It seems Tactical has to be tacky!! The Aim drag bag is no different in my view, far too many straps buckle zips and ties! the difference is with the price these cost I cant bring myself to cut them all off!! so it is cluttered with buckles and $hit it doesn't need for our air rifle transport purposes, other than that it is the best bag I have ever had! I just wish they would save some money on manufacture and make it more suitable to our needs just being a very good air rifle bag.

    Good bag
    Too fussy
    Too expensive.

    Now if they had the option of not having the rucksack style straps and associated buckles straps eyelets and zips and they sewed the side pockets on a little lower so the bottoms were level with the bottom of the rifle compartment, to make it stand with better stability and a little cheaper I would buy a couple more!!

    I have yet to come across a well designed bag, but this will do until I do.

    PS, if any body wants any products reviewing send them to me!! :) Guaranteed honest opinion!
     
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  5. Chris Coombes

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    There back in stock now ,thanks for your comments.

    Chris
     
  6. Chris Coombes

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    Hi Simon

    I thick your spot on there,to much going on with the bag which is not needed.

    Chris

    Will think about it not going to rush in, I would like to see one in the flesh first.
     
  7. dave croucher

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    Have a look at the ridgeline jobbie
     
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    Best bag in the business, buy one or start a large collection of bags you'll ignore when you buy one later and waste a load of £ £ £.
     
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    I have both the Aim and Ridgelne, and seem to use Ridgeline more.
     
  12. AndyIoW

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    Chris,

    I think Cliff Chur h has one so you might be able to see it in the flesh tomorrow at Bisley if your there.
     
  13. Pidlar

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    I'd love one but can't afford it at the moment. So I just purchased the waterproof outer and image.jpg put it over my existing bag!
    Fits a treat!
     
  14. Chris Coombes

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    i will be there ,looking forward to it
     
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    Just buy one of each, you know you've got the money you tight bar steward...


    Love ewe
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  16. Chris Coombes

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    Hello Darling :D I have the ridgeline,but it not quite big enough with the set up I have now,will have a look at Cliffs 100 tomorrow
     
  17. simmmo

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    Very good durable bag that kicks the $hit out of Sightron scope finish and Daystate end caps. If you like your gear to hold it's secondhand resale value buy something else. It protects the mechanical side of your equipment but completely ucks their original finish.

    My kit always looks crap so for me it's perfect if you are a gear ***** buy something else.

    Monkey
     
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  18. Ceathreamhnan

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    To be fair I have never found my AIM bag to wear off any finish; mine has been in constant use for four years. Simon is quite right though, they should offer a Drag-lite version without all the add-ons that I take off. I can think of two or three people who use the shoulder straps but they could pay the full price and let the rest of us have it for £99 :D
     
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    ridgeline

    I have the ridgeline and that is to small and to busy with straps
     
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