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    Default New Speedloader Throwbag

    Check out the new throwbag design from Liquidlogic:

    http://shanesliquidlogic.blogspot.co...challenge.html

    and

    http://shanesliquidlogic.blogspot.co...-throwbag.html

    Happy New Year!

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    Default THAT's gonna save some time....

    Quote Originally Posted by Heg View Post
    Check out the new throwbag design from Liquidlogic:

    http://shanesliquidlogic.blogspot.co...challenge.html

    and

    http://shanesliquidlogic.blogspot.co...-throwbag.html

    Happy New Year!
    Nice! Thanks for posting this, Heg!

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    I'm still outfitting my boat and I've yet to buy a throw bag. This one looks like the way to go.

    Thanks for the post.

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    When you do buy one take the time to practice with the people you'll be boating with.

    I remember a time on a easy class II river Outside when I thought it would be a good idea to give my wife some training with a throwbag. My 10 year-old volunteered to jump in the small rapid and give my wife a chance to "rescue" him. She made a beautiful throw, but forgot to hold the loose end of the rope. I could see the look on my son's face that said everything..."Hey thanks Mom. Now what do I do?" as he floated by. We all know to hold the end of the rope now.

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    Thats looks like a really brilliant, yet simplistic solution to make re-stuffing a bag far easier....

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