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    Posted: 29 February 2012 at 12:40pm
I see every other paint ball manufacture makes paint ball gear bags how come Tippmann dont. I'd love to have one. I'm a Tippmann fan for one reason when your gun goes down all it take is a few minutes to take it apart and see whats going on. I'v helped my friends fix there broken guns with there speed ball guns it would take a wile to see whats  the problem, then to fix it. Tippmanns are just simple and run in the raid snow or anything as long as you take care of them.
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They did at least at some point make gear bags. If you search for Tippmann gear bags you find a few, maybe they quit making them due to lack of sales im not sure. I honestly dont know anyone who uses an actual paintball company gear bag to haul their paintball stuff around. I use this adidas bag we got for free from work that they had tons of spares of, because it's a good size and has a good amount of pockets, before that I just used an old hockey bag. I would never consider buying an actual paintball gear bag, because I can find something else that will work but thats just me.
So if you are looking for a tippmann gear bag try searching online im sure you can find one somewhere.


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I made my own gearbag. I bought a wheeled dufflebag, and used PVC pipe to give it a rigid frame. 

The rigid frame holds the bag open for maximum storage, and folds down flat when empty. When its zipped up, the top stays tight like a tabletop.
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