Rifle bag for LG110

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  1. Matty

    Matty Nomads HFT

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    Hi all, could you please recommend me a bag for taking my LG110 around the course in? My existing one is an inch short...
    Cheers
     
  2. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    Depends on the length, there's about 3 different chassis lengths I think.
     
  3. Pidlar

    Pidlar Active Member

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    How much you got to spend Matt?
    I’ve got the aim drag bag and it’s superb.
     
  4. Steviek

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    If you have a big parallax wheel and a good sized hamster, the depth is critical. I've had a few but the AIM100 drag bag (£££) is well worth it. There are alternatives for a few 10s of quid less, but IMHO this is probably the best bit of kit to buy. Have a look on Optics Warehouse as they sometimes have offers but expect to pay the thick end of £140.... Worth it given what you (and I) paid for the LG110.....
     
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  5. subaru swift

    subaru swift I don't have a solution, I just love the problem.

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    Aim bag here too. I've also got a cheaper one but I'm going to get another aim bag for my 'back up' rifle.
     
  6. SpeckleD

    SpeckleD Active Member

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    Aim bag here also, it’s the only bag you will ever need
     
  7. Evo

    Evo Scouser by Birth mfta shooter by choice

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    best choice " AIM FT100 " best money ever spent and will protect your rifle for years to come
     
  8. blacklab

    blacklab Active Member

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    if shooting ft the aim is your bag i tried a ridgeline but struggled with the zip on account of the parralax wheel hope this helps
     
  9. gdavison

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    The Aim FT100 is a great bag, I just wish AIM would waterproof it, the material is just a huge sponge which absorbs an amazing amount of rain, after asking here I was advised to spray them with this Fabsil
     
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  10. Mr Blonde

    Mr Blonde Active Member

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    Another +1 from me on the AIM bag.

    I have a standard length LG110 and mine fits perfectly in the AIM 45.
     
  11. Dennis

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    Aim FT100 is perfect for the latest LG110 with long barrel, stripper, butt hook attached and 150mm wheel.
    Asked optics recently about getting another but they are having problems getting them as it appears Aim are moving factories. I'm still waiting to hear from them. Proof with Fabsil spray.
    Redbeck Extra Large Tactical Bag is deep enough but not quite as long as the Aim.
     
  12. Matty

    Matty Nomads HFT

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    Thanks for all the replies! I just need to hope for a bargain at the shooting show on Sunday.....(not holding my breath!!)
    Hi mate, I'd love not to have to spend £150+, but I guess its worth it to protect my pride and joy!
     
  13. Mr Blonde

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    I always thought the same about the price, but its probably one of the best bits of kit i brought.

    Why own a £1000 gun and stick it in a £50 bag...
     
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  14. ksts100

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    ΑΙΜ100FT Drag Bag is excellent product, protect gun and scope, but is a little heavy..
     
  15. tony mccracken

    tony mccracken Member

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    Aim ft 100 drag bag just. Pre ordered another one not cheap but why would you put a expensive gun in a cheap bag
     
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  16. Dan Smith

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    I got a big bag from redbeck for about 60 quid a couple of years back. Still good, plenty of protection but only one (big) pocket.....
     
  17. tony mccracken

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    I pre ordered my 2nd aim ft 100 drag bag in January and delivered is £165.20
     
  18. shaun elliott

    shaun elliott Active Member

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    I've got 2 of the big redbeck gun bags also brilliant for £60 each fits my 9015 in easily
     

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