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Old 12-02-2010, 08:53 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I went to Wal Mart and found a duffel bag in the hunting section. It has a large central area, two large side pockets, and two small front pockets. The inside is perfect for a pack, few pods, tank or two, mask, hopper, and some towels, even a bag or two of paint. One of the big side pouches I use with a "tackle" style tool kit, the other holds the marker sans barrel and tank. I use the little front pockets for some oil, bug spray, sunblock, and asst things. PERFECT for a days play, and cost me less than $20. I have been using it for the last six years or so.
I don't really see where a bag has to have anything to do with paintball and cost 4X the price just to put stuff in. It's a BAG, let's not overthink it. And really, why do you need a marker stand? Aren't you supposed to be off playing with the thing?

Not to detract from all the work the guy put into making this stuff, but I agree on both points. I've never understood the whole "paintball specific" thing when it comes to hauling your gear to the field.
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