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Glock23 wrote:On revolutions site, you can order the team bag with the waist strap and new rollcage frame for only $75 as they knocked off 35%. If I had the cash right now, that would be my choice. Just something to think about.
I believe that item is out of stock...or at least it was earlier today.
sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
29929 My Trade List: Sleepy's Disc-O-Rama!My bag:
Predators, Surges, Teebirds, Wasps, Comets, Challengers and Magics...Oh my!
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I am leaning toward the Carolina bag now. What is the difference between it and the Texas bag though?
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a drink holder and about 30% of the material.
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I have an older team bag and the gateway both are good quality but I dint carry as many discs as I used to so I use a mini bag now. The only major divverence is the size, the gateway is very large compared to the revo. The revo I also find is hard to remove discs from the sides, although I usualy will keep any backups/spares on the exteme sides. Overall I like them both but the mini is for me it has held up great in the time I have had it exept for the frame but thats was my fault.
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