BF Spear Bag Standard Load Out
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The BF Spear Bag is an ideal bag for the Gamer on a budget. This bag is made with a grey canvas material. There is one pocket on the front of the bag to store books and other gaming accessories. Another slim pocket is on the top of the bag to hold papers or very thin books. This bag also comes with wheels for easy transportation.
Unlike the P.A.C.K. System bags, this bag is not made with a hard plastic inner shell and will collapse when not filled with foam.
With this load out option, you will recieve the following foam trays:
- 2x 55 Troop Foam Tray - 1.5 inch (38 mm) thick with 44x 1 x 1 1/2 inch (25 x 38 mm) cut outs and 11x 2 1/2 x 1 inch (64 x 25 mm) cut outs.
- 1x 29 Large Model Troop Foam Tray - 2 inch (50 mm) thick with 24x 2 x 1 3/4 inch (51 x 44 mm) cut outs and 5x 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 inch (64 x 38 mm) cut outs.
- 1x 3 Inch (76 mm) Pluck Foam Tray
- 1x 4 Inch (102 mm) Pluck Foam Tray
- 1x Foam Toppers
At times, pluck foam trays may require an exacto blade to cut through portions of the foam.
This bag will hold 14 inches (356 mm) of GW size foam trays. You can also purchase it empty or with a standard load out.
Tray Dimensions - 14.25W x 10.25L" (362W x 260L mm)
Outside Bag Dimensions - 14.5W x 14L x 17H" (368W x 356L x 432H mm)
Front Pocket Dimensions - 14W x 11L" (356W x 279L mm)
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Only time will tell how the bag really holds up, but here are some initial impressions.
In the promo video for the bag, they make it seem like it is much more resilient to collapsing (with foam in it) than it seems to be in reality. For example, when I received it the top tray is already pushed in somewhat on the sides right near where the handles attach. This leads me to believe that carrying the bag by the handles will push in on any models in the top tray. Less than ideal, obviously.
However, it is relatively inexpensive and holds quite a lot of models. The materials used seem to be very good quality. So, at the end of the day, if you need a bag that will hold a lot and not bankrupt you, this is a good way to go. I will probably look in to finding some cheap, thin plastic to line the walls with for extra reinforcement. And really, having said that, how much more would it really have cost them to put a stiffer lining in the walls? I can't imagine that adding more than $10 to the cost...
At the end of a long deployment to Afghanistan I needed a way to ship my 3500 point chaos army back to the states. The BF team came through for me with one of these "Spear" bags. Planning on getting an additional bag for my Tyranid army. Great products, and helpfull staff. Well recommended