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On 03/11/2021 at 07:22, captainhastings said:

I have the jack pyke maxi decoy bag. Very tough and big plus comfortable and £30-40 

 

Looks like the same bag you can get from Nitehawk for £16.99 plus p&p but in plain green. i bought two - one for the marsh and one for pigeons. Excellent bag for the money

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On 05/11/2021 at 21:14, Twymyn said:

Looks like the same bag you can get from Nitehawk for £16.99 plus p&p but in plain green. i bought two - one for the marsh and one for pigeons. Excellent bag for the money

That would make sense I have there bucket seat and it has lasted years so there quality seems good. 

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I have had the Jack Pyke plain green 120L bag for several years now and it`s served me well with absolutely no problems. It`s lightweight, comfortable due to the well padded straps. Think that I paid £25 for it but if the Nitehawk one is similar quality, then that`s a bargain. A lot of people knock Jack Pyke equipment but I`ve also got a JP cartridge bag (amongst others) and it serves its purpose.

Speak as you find I say.

OB

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never really rated jack pyke gear its not great  value for what it is really. granted ive never had any of the  higher end game day clothing for lack of a better description, just a few of the hoodies and stuff and  the odd bit of decoying gear but honestly its exactly the same stuff as the night hawk gear just a bit more expensive. and you can get the nitehawk gear even cheaper if you go on aliexpress and youre willing to wait about 3 weeks to get it.  my guess is its all made in the same factory just brand names buy it in bulk, add a few quid and have a stock on hand in the UK.

my go to for a long time was decathalon all their solognac brand gear was unique and really good quality for the price. unfortunatly  about 6 months ago they all but pulled the plug on the shooting/hunting market in the uk.

 

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