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Hatch Patrol Duty Bag D1 Review
Hatch Patrol Duty Bag D1 Model JH-BG-D1BAG-1010447

This is one tough range bag. Lots of storage space and very sturdy. It's stiff and strong looks and feels like it will last a long time and take a lot of abuse. If it gets dirty it looks like you can just wash it with soap and water. This Hatch Patrol Duty Bag cost me $44.99 on 6/2/2011 from

Guns: Hatch Patrol Duty Bag D1 Review Model JH-BG-D1BAG-1010447 by Hatch
Hatch Patrol Duty Bag


Here are some pictures of the bag. You can get a good idea of it's size and what it's all about. It's large enough to carry everything I need to go the the range. It has probably more pockets than you need for storage of small items. The dividers are removable so you can place them where you want to suit your need.

Hatch Patrol Duty Bag D1
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Outside Dimensions (Full Bag)
L = 24"
H = 13"
W = 9"
Inside Dimensions
L = 17.5"
H = 10"
W = 9"


Pockets & Storage

Plenty of pockets and compartments:
1 main internal compartment with 1 long divider and two short dividers
4 internal pockets
6 external pockets


From The Hatch Website

Patrol Duty Bag D1, Model JH-BG-D1BAG-1010447
For all your essential gear, the D1 is constructed of 840 denier, water-resistant nylon with PVC backing and features heavy-duty zippers and removable nylon web shoulder strap. The spacious interior compartment has an adjustable divider and removable rigid bottom, two zippered cargo pockets and six pen/pencil pockets The exterior features two zippered cargo pockets, two flip-top pockets, and three open-top pockets Hook and loop straps on the padded top can secure a baton or flashlight Dimensions: 25"L x 10"W x 12"H (45.7cm x 20.3cm x 30.5cm) Available in Blue (D1 Blue) and Black (D1 Black)



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