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I have a Brady Woodland game bag which used to be my dads and is in danger of falling apart as it is now close to 40 years old. 

I like the Brady bags and don’t mind paying the money for another if it’s going to last the same time, but I also saw these 

https://www.gunslips.co.uk/product.html?prid=86 

have any of the pw massive had any of there products and would you rate them compared to Brady stuff?

thanks 

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Must admit the only type of game bag I'd consider now is the Montrose bag company PvC type, look horrible. Game and country at Selkirk sell a similar 1 too.

Almost all the keepers and pickers up all use them

But last for years and cope with a lot of heavy work and a decent size too.

 

It might depend wot u want it for thou, or how u use it. Do u stuff it full of birds or just the odd 1 and ur lunch

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Have seen the Montrose ones on shoots but they are ugly I mainly beat if not shooting and I don’t pick up enough to put up with a bag that ugly, lol. Mine is more for carrying lunch, spare squibs and a couple of birds in the front mesh.

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On 1/29/2018 at 15:00, bigmcg said:

I have a Brady Woodland game bag which used to be my dads and is in danger of falling apart as it is now close to 40 years old. 

I like the Brady bags and don’t mind paying the money for another if it’s going to last the same time, but I also saw these 

https://www.gunslips.co.uk/product.html?prid=86 

have any of the pw massive had any of there products and would you rate them compared to Brady stuff?

thanks 

Have you not thought about a repair by Brady?

I have just called them and they do provide this service. Take a photo and send it to sales@bradybags.co.uk, and they will let you know if and what they can do.

 

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That was my first thought, I emailed Brady a few weeks ago and asked if they could refurb a game bag  this was the response;

“Unfortunately we don't. 

Bags of such an age have obviously deteriorated over time and working on them can be 'like opening a can of worms'.

Sorry to disappoint you.”

i guess they would repair a newer bag tho.

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Aye figgy they are.

 

Can u take ur bag into a local cobbler?? See if they can fix it?

I've done that with a few game bags previously.

Must admit I tend to carry a few game carriers in my bag for carrying the game, takes the weight of ur bag, nice a cheap too and even better if u have had a big drive u can hand ur full carrier to others to carry

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I've a Balmoral Game bag sold by Monarch Country Products. Made by Phil Ogden it's fabulous quality.

However this season I've been using a Seeland Retriever Vest. Far more comfortable and practical than a game bag. Cheaper options than the Seeland around  if you ebay "Gun Dog handlers vest."

 

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