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Was wanting to purchase one if these and was wondering if anyone had one and if I could get some feedback on it.I know they have two sizes both of which are of good size..
 

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I use a voodoo for my get home bag, not sure what the size is but they are really well built. The padding is not great on the shoulders and the belt is not padded on mine which makes it slightly uncomfortable unless you replace them. If you are bugging out, it would probably be too small.
 

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I use a voodoo for my get home bag, not sure what the size is but they are really well built. The padding is not great on the shoulders and the belt is not padded on mine which makes it slightly uncomfortable unless you replace them. If you are bugging out, it would probably be too small.
One load out bag is 39" long the other is 32".... seen a review and a guy actually got in one..
 

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I do not have one of their load out bags, but I own their shotgun scabbard and their MOLLE rifle guides that attach to my back packs so I can rest my rifles on top of my back packs for a padded shooting rest.

Both of those items work very well.

I also looked at their soft gun cases, and their gun case/drag bag/shooting mat at the time. Their fabric is more prone to ripping than some of their comparably priced competition, and their stitching was not as robust as well. They are priced better than the competition, though. So if you don't plan to be rappelling out of helicopters behind enemy lines accompanied by real snake eaters, I think they will work just fine.

Most of my Army buddies buy Voodoo Tactical gear because it is more affordable and is pretty close in terms of quality. They also realize that gear they deploy with is gonna get beat up, so why pay more for something that will get tossed onto the ground when it is raining as soon as they land....

As an example, on my shotgun scabbard, the interior lining ripped on one of the scabbards in the store (I tried it out to see how much of the shotgun it protected when carrying my model of shotgun). The lining just tore just by inserting the shotgun barrel - the fabric was really thin in the lining. I bought one anyway, but I am just careful when inserting the gun.

My Army buds would just sew it up with some upholstery thread and keep right on going.

So it depends on your use, and how hard you plan to utilize the LOB.

I would rather spend another 20 or 30 dollars and get better fabric and stitching attention to detail, but that is just how I roll.

I asked my ground pounder buds what they would recommend, and they said to get the one that you can convert into a backpack, not the one that rolls. And get some upholstery thread, an upholstery needle, and a metal thimble, so you can reinforce or repair the bag when it's needed.

So, there you have it, from some product owners.
 

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I do not have one of their load out bags, but I own their shotgun scabbard and their MOLLE rifle guides that attach to my back packs so I can rest my rifles on top of my back packs for a padded shooting rest.

Both of those items work very well.

I also looked at their soft gun cases, and their gun case/drag bag/shooting mat at the time. Their fabric is more prone to ripping than some of their comparably priced competition, and their stitching was not as robust as well. They are priced better than the competition, though. So if you don't plan to be rappelling out of helicopters behind enemy lines accompanied by real snake eaters, I think they will work just fine.

Most of my Army buddies buy Voodoo Tactical gear because it is more affordable and is pretty close in terms of quality. They also realize that gear they deploy with is gonna get beat up, so why pay more for something that will get tossed onto the ground when it is raining as soon as they land....

As an example, on my shotgun scabbard, the interior lining ripped on one of the scabbards in the store (I tried it out to see how much of the shotgun it protected when carrying my model of shotgun). The lining just tore just by inserting the shotgun barrel - the fabric was really thin in the lining. I bought one anyway, but I am just careful when inserting the gun.

My Army buds would just sew it up with some upholstery thread and keep right on going.

So it depends on your use, and how hard you plan to utilize the LOB.

I would rather spend another 20 or 30 dollars and get better fabric and stitching attention to detail, but that is just how I roll.

I asked my ground pounder buds what they would recommend, and they said to get the one that you can convert into a backpack, not the one that rolls. And get some upholstery thread, an upholstery needle, and a metal thimble, so you can reinforce or repair the bag when it's needed.

So, there you have it, from some product owners.
Awesome thanks. The ones I'm looking at have backpack straps included
 
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