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Old 05-02-2007, 12:30 AM   #1
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Does anyone have this bag?
http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...14107490091.34

From the pictures it has the 4 boxes stood up. Can they also be layed down on on top of the other like all the other bags on the market? e.g. Trinity, Mugen, etc..
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looks crap.

-carboard boxes.

-boxes stacked on its side

-have to fully remove the boxes to access gear

-when the outer box becomes old and soft, the whole thing will collapes.
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Doesn't look any different than the Trinity bag or the Mugen bag. They all use cardboard boxes unless you wanna pay $100 or more and them some of them have plastic boxes.
Anyway, that wasn't the question.
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mugen bag is way different.

-they open up horizontally.

-you only need to slide it out half way to take out your equipment

-is plastic
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That's not the question I need answered.
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dont think so.
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Old 05-02-2007, 05:00 AM   #7
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ill answer your question, instead of giving your opinion on if its good or not...

I have this back, and no they only fit in the way showed, if you lay them down then you can only get 3 in.. i tend to use 3 layed down and put my pit towel in the top... thanks

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