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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 9.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $80

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An all new addition to the Proto gear hauling arsenal. It's ideal for short weekend trips to the field for a practice or for keeping all your playing gear together in a seperate bag. With internal padded gunsleeves, elastic barrel loops, spacious pocketing and a compartmentalized design the Proto Duffle Bag is a crowd favorite. Enough room for all your gear and room to spare, this has everything for the pro on the go.
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The Proto 06 Duffel Bag is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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splatrat Wednesday, March 19th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Eastpak luggage sack
Marker Setup: proto matrix rail drop forward back cap ultra light trigger
torque loader
dye throttle
Strengths: Size compartments handle style Id pocket
Weaknesses: Honestly none
Review: Bag arrived a wek ago and i have had all my kit in and out and a little tinker and honestly for the walkon player or training day its perfect secure strong clean and dirty pockets holds everything i actually had to find new things to put in just to fill it cant hurt i guess. handles are strong and comfortable and the whole look is very stylish.
Conclusion: If you play walkons and train regularily have all your kit in one place and i mean all your kit honestly buy this product
10 out of 10
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Ov3RBliK Monday, May 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Gun Case
Marker Setup: Spyder Pilot ACS '05
SS Freak Barrel w/ 14" AA Front
Dye Sticky 3 Grips
PMI Pure Energy 72ci/3000psi HPA Tank
VL Revvy w/ X Board
Strengths: Size/Price
Lots of Pockets
Constructed Well
Weaknesses: Gets heavy
No wheels
Could be more padding
Only room for one marker
Review: First Glance:
I ordered this from ActionVillage and it came right on time. The first thing I noticed when taking it out of the box was that it seemed small. Then I opened the plastic and I saw that it wasn't really. It's red and looks to be the same as the Proto Gear Bag, only a little smaller (and without wheels). It comes with a shoulder strap.

There are quite a few pockets on this bag. First, you have the main compartment, which is large enough to fit a mask or tank. There is a pocket for a marker towards the front, and 3 barrel holders on the other side. There is no additional padding in that area. On the flap that opens to get into the main compartment, there are two small pockets. Each side has a pocket. They are the largest aside from the main pocket. Then there are 4 smaller pockets in front and 2 in the back.

The Setup:
Now I'll tell you what I have in mine right now to give you an idea of how big it is. In the main compartment I have:

- Marker
- Two Barrels
- Hopper (Revvy)
- Mask (Profiler)
- A Towel
- 20oz CO2 Tank
- 500 Paintballs
- Squeegee
- Redz Harness

There is still room for more stuff. I have also fit 1000 more paintballs in there and a change of clothes. In the side pockets I have 4 pods in one, and a 72ci tank in the other. Not much more would be able to fit in the one with the pods, and I had to put the tank diagonal into the other pocket so those are pretty much full.

As for other things, I have all of my tools and spare parts in one of the front pockets, and my handheld chronograph in the other. There are also barrel socks and an armband. In the back are some extra macroline hoses and more squeegees.

Most other gear bags cost over 100 dollars, and you might have a lot of extra room that you don't need. This bag will hold just what you want. The pockets keep it all organized stitching seems great although I haven't used this all that much yet.

With all of the above in the bag, it gets heavy for just a shoulder strap. It is also big and feels awkward to carry on your shoulder. There are two regular handles that Velcro together also. Wheels would have helped. There is also no additional padding in the marker pocket, although I don't fear that it will be scratched. For those who carry more than one marker, it could be placed in the main pocket easily but there wouldn't be anything stopping it from moving about.
Conclusion: This is a great bag for someone who's looking to keep their gear somewhere other than laying out on the floor, or who doesn't spend the weekend paintballing, as there isn't really much room for more than you would need in one day. Great bag for the price. I give it a 9 because nothing is perfect. That's the best it will get from me though.
9 out of 10
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pbmylife Wednesday, December 27th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Dye weekender, Proto Gear Bag
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Imulse,Smart Parts blade Trigger, Q Lock Feed Neck, BlackHeart Board, Empire reloader B, Empire revolver kit
Strengths: See Review
Weaknesses: See Review
This thing is big. I will break it down into pockets:

Main Pocket:
-Smart Parts Impulse
-Empire revolver kit
-PMI Pure energy 68/3000
-PMI Pure Energy 72/3000
-Empire ’06 Action pack 3+4
-Raven OBG 6+5
-5 pods
-Proto Hat
-Several Squeegees
-Smart Part Progressive Barrel
-Spare Proto Switch/ Axis Lens

Left Side Pocket (without netting):
-Proto Axis Goggles
-Ratco micro fiber cloth
-Axis Visor

Right Pocket (with Netting):
-Proto Switch El
-Empire Reloader B

Back Pocket:
-Smart Parts Arm Pads
-One Pair of Dye Invision 4 gloves
Front Pocket (Left side):

- Four Spare 9 volts
- Eight Spare AA’s
- Spare Grip
- O rings
- 2 Spare fill Nipple covers
Front Pocket (Right side):

-Pair of scissors
-Set of Allen Wrenches
-Tub of Shocktech Gun Butta

Conclusion: Like I said this thing is huge. It not as big as the Proto gear bag, but if you position everything right, you can fit it. If you play in local tournaments, this is for you. But if you travel long distances, get the Proto gear bag.
10 out of 10
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