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Review: Bagmaster Pro-Shooter's Bag Tourn. Model 2

I just recieved in my Pro-Shooter's Bag Tourn. Model 2 bad. When doing some research i didn't find as muck info on the bags as I liked. Ponch's writeup was probably the best, so I thought I'd do a quick writeup on another model in case it will help you guys.

What I was using before.
Up to this point I was only using a cheap duffel bag I got free years ago when buying some polo sport cologne. Yeah girls, I smell nice!
I liked that it was cheap and discrete.
I didn't like how nothing was organized. I had my guns in the original cases (one hard plastic case, one soft case). I also had all my cleaning supplies in it. It was messy, and starting to get heavy. So i decided to upgrade to something a bit more sport specific.

I ended up with the Bagmaster Pro-SHooters Bag Tourn. Model 2. I bought from www.bagmaster.com and paid $100 for it. THey shipped from St. Louis and I received it in a few days.

The bag has 2 padded inside pockets, each one meant for a pistol. I was able to fit my H&K P30 in one pocket and my Browning Buckmark Hunter in the other. The buckmark is a long piston with a 7.5" barrel so if this fits, is should fit almost all pistols.

On the outside of the pockets (still inside the bag) are slots to hold 4 mags for each pistol. The pockets are padded and the mags fit all the way in snugly.

On the inside of the bag it has a hard plastic bottom. This is nice because it give you a flat surface to put your boxes on and helps the bag keep its shape.

There is a large 2" deep outside pocket big enough to hold any pistol, but it is not padded. Just nylon. It is probably best used as storage for something else.

THere is also large outside pocket to hold paper, pens, and and small toss in items. This item isn't deep but would be ok to hold keys, gloves, etc while in the range.

There is a medium rectangular end pocket hat tis about 2" deep. I'm using this to hold a rag and some gun locks.

On the outside of the bag there is also a hook to hold your ears that can also be used to hold anything with a loop.

The bag has a nice thick sholder strap and the handles

The bag is discrete, looks well made, is discrete and has a lifetime warranty.

Right now here is what I have in my bag: 2 pistols, 3 extra mags, my laser box, 550 bulk box of .22 ammo, eyes, ears, pens, shoot n c targets, a rag, and 3 gun locks. It's companct can doesn't weight much.

What I still have more room for in the bag: I could still put another pistol, 5 more mags, and about 200 rounds of 9mm ammo
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