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Old 10-07-2011, 01:45 PM
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Just from looking at durden's vs. a new grip (terminaut's) I'd guess the grip is about 20% larger. But the cabela seems less cumbersome and still holds a ton of discs and gear.

And for 50 bucks shipped...it was a no brainer.
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Old 10-17-2011, 09:04 PM
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Somebody asked me a question about the pvc frame I had built for my bag so I figured I would post a pic up here if anybody else wanted to see it. It is made from 1/2" pvc and cost about $10 all together. The dimensions are 9-3/4" tall, 13-1/2" wide, and 6-1/2" deep. This is probably about the largest the frame can be made too because it is a rather snug fit and takes a few minutes to try and zip the flap that separates the two compartments (I have to take one end off and put it in through the top to get it in the bag). It holds the discs nicely and I can actually walk around with the back flap completely open and the discs won't fall out as long as I am not to rough with it.

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Old 10-17-2011, 09:42 PM
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It appears I missed the sale and the bag is now $70. I guess I'll have to keep my eye on it until it goes back down to $50. Thankfully I can be patient. This looks like an awesome alternative to a Grip or any other large bag.
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:14 AM
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I have probably 30 to 40 rounds in with this bag and it has been perfect so far. I will be putting in the pvc piping this week! Thanks LtDan for sharing your ingenuity.
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Old 10-18-2011, 09:02 AM
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Just got this bag this weekend. Have a few rounds with it. The bag is great for sure. It does need the frame to keep things from sagging into the disc compartment. I had 20 discs in the bottom 2 putters up top, a vest, hat,gloves, 2 gatorades and still had room to spare up top. The safety pins worked really well, thanks op this bag is the s@&t!!

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Old 10-20-2011, 11:17 AM
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Somebody asked me a question about the pvc frame I had built for my bag so I figured I would post a pic up here if anybody else wanted to see it. It is made from 1/2" pvc and cost about $10 all together. The dimensions are 9-3/4" tall, 13-1/2" wide, and 6-1/2" deep. This is probably about the largest the frame can be made too because it is a rather snug fit and takes a few minutes to try and zip the flap that separates the two compartments (I have to take one end off and put it in through the top to get it in the bag). It holds the discs nicely and I can actually walk around with the back flap completely open and the discs won't fall out as long as I am not to rough with it.


Lt. Dan I put together a frame this week using your dimensions and it worked great. I did take a little height off of the vertical pipes to make zipping the inside divider flap a little easier. Once again thanks for sharing your innovation with the rest of us.
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Old 10-20-2011, 11:44 AM
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I am thinking about putting some PVC in my grip main compartment. Thats the one feature I like about my Revo DP. I always liked it in my gateway player bag from years ago.
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Bumpity. Any new reviews on your bags and how they are holding up? They look interesting.
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:28 PM
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Been using miner from nov. Until now.
Great bag so far.
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Old 01-10-2012, 01:36 PM
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I am thinking about putting some PVC in my grip main compartment. Thats the one feature I like about my Revo DP. I always liked it in my gateway player bag from years ago.
What would you put PVC in ur grip for
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