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New Range Bag from ARMAGEDDON GEAR

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    GunshipGuy
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    ✋ Need a beta tester? 

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    dagwodzz
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    Ha. No we well qualified to it. 

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    Trip
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    Any word on when this bag will be available?

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    Calbarry
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    I would like to know also, didn't see it on their site

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    GunshipGuy
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    I got this in a PM this morning from dagwodzz:

     

    "…My goal was to have the best American made bag available. The problem now  Is Armageddon Gear just won another military contract witch I’m sure you understand that contract takes priority so again the bag is on hold. My latest intel is Tom will be releasing it to coincide with the Rocky Mountian Airgun Challenge. 
      Give them a call and let them know how interested you all are 229-314-9059."

    I called the number. It is Armageddon Gear's business phone. I tried to leave a message for Tom, but his mailbox was full. So you may want to leave a post here if you are interested. 

    Personally, I am very interested. In fact, I've been waiting on it. 

    I'm not a marketing guy, but I think this could be a hot item among air gunners. 

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    bigHUN
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    I am interested, but a price first.

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    ccarnel
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    Interested, will they be doing diff sizes? I have a larger tank 90 I believe

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    bobsadying
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    Armageddon Gear makes quality gear. That looks great!

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    Revoman
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    Yeah….this waiting game is getting REALLY old….

    mike

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    Peskadot671
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    Too bad this hasn't become a reality.  I'd be in for one.  They make good gear.

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    dagwodzz
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    Hello there. 
    it has. Watch Armageddon Gear web site and others such as Utah Airguns. It’s supposed to be launched RMAC. It will be worth your wait. 

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    dagwodzz

    Hello there. 
    it has. Watch Armageddon Gear web site and others such as Utah Airguns. It’s supposed to be launched RMAC. It will be worth your wait. 

    RMAC is Aug 26-29. Could you post a link when the bag launches? 

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    dagwodzz
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    GREAT NEWS. 

    the Rang Bag is now available. 
    its on Armageddon Gear website and will soon be available through Utah Airgun. 
     

    https://www.armageddongear.com/air-tank-range-bag.html

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    dagwodzz
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    GunshipGuy
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    From the bottom of my 98 cubic foot tank to the top of the valve/gauge assembly is 26". The length of the bag inside is 23". I hope I'm wrong, but it doesn't look like this will fit without extending the valve assembly outside the bag. While I of course want the valve outside when shooting, I'd like to put it inside the bag when I'm transporting it.

    Any thoughts? Thanks. 

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    dagwodzz
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    Get a smaller tank. 
     

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    GunshipGuy

    From the bottom of my 98 cubic foot tank to the top of the valve/gauge assembly is 26". The length of the bag inside is 23". I hope I'm wrong, but it doesn't look like this will fit without extending the valve assembly outside the bag. While I of course want the valve outside when shooting, I'd like to put it inside the bag when I'm transporting it.

    Any thoughts? Thanks. 

    I have the same size tank (Great White) and I totally agree about having the valve assembly inside the bag when transporting.  For a day of shooting away from home, I think most airgunners would want to bring the biggest tank with them and not cut themselves short of air.  The price is not a problem (for me) but I want to get the most out of it considering the price.  I'm still thinking hard on picking one up and making the compromise.  Don't get me wrong.  I'm glad they came out with this to cater to us airgunners.

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    dagwodzz
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    The bag is designed to be portable “ a range bag” there is no way you could go through a full tank of in one setting. 
    at what point does one cross the line to not portable?  Perhaps I should have one made for my tank.  

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    GunshipGuy
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    I wish you the best as you market this bag. It looks great and it meets a real need.

    I drive 60 miles round trip to have my tank filled every week or two, so I want the largest portable tank available. 

    If there's a Gen 2 version, I hope you might consider making it 2-3 inches longer to accommodate these larger tanks. I think they are fairly common among air gunners. 

    Have a great day. 

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    Revoman
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    Looking at the bag, it seems to me that even if the bag were longer to accommodate a Great White, there is no real 'protection' there, its still just a piece of material that covers the tank.  There is nothing structural about it.

    What IS needed is a way to protect the valve assembly much like the larger cylinders such as the one depicted by dagwodzz (although not shown in the picture).  Perhaps a hinged metal 'cage' to encase the valve and gauge assembly might be a great idea to mitigate inadvertently popping the valve or gauge off and creating a rocket.  t could possibly be attached to the short 'neck' of the tank and the hinged sections would allow access to the valve, fill port and bleeder.

    Not sure why there is no safety device for these tanks, they are definitely needed in my view.

    My 2¢.

    mike

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