Portable Warfare™ The Sergeant

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Portable Warfare™ The Sergeant carry bag.  One thing that gamer’s use a lot of are containers for storage, Bags for travel,  we like to keep our toys safe and in good order.

Portable Warfare

 

This is the 2nd Portable Warfare™ bag I have purchased, I also have other brands but these fit the bill for some light  travel solutions.

I have used many containers to transport and storage of Miniatures.  From Baked good tins, which are great cause they are metal so you can magnetised bases so things don’t move around.  Cigar boxes, File boxes and of course Transport bags full of foam.  The latter are great because if you have to travel, the company’s all make them carry on size so the mini’s get to destination in one piece.

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The Orange bag I have just received

 

The tactical Orange Sergeant bag by Portable Warfare™ is the 2nd one I have purchased. they are nice bags, here are the features from the website.

Features

  • 8″ x 8″ velcro front pocket
  • 4″ x 8″ velcro front pocket
  • 2 side drink holders
  • Cargo Net in the back
  • Bag Dimensions 12″H x 13″W x 7.5″D
  • Removable Strap
  • Stacking clasps on top and bottom

The bag is well-built, however on the new bag I just purchased it seems there are two male clips on the right hand side as you look at the front of the bag.

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Two Bags Stacked and clipped together.

The bags while being nice are not the reason I purchased these bags, it is the foam.  Portable Warfare™ have their own foam Blü Foam.  It has a thick 1/4″ base and it is nice and stiff.

 

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Foam Trays

 

The trays themselves are:

  • Each tray is 7.5” x 13”
  • pull-and-pluck die-cut foam
  • Rounded corners
  • Blu Foam padding is 1/4” thick

I really like these  foam trays, in fact I like all the foam trays I have from all the manufactures I have purchased from.  The thickness of the base adds some real stability to the trays, meaning I can load them full of heavy miniatures.

The trays come in thickness of 1″, 1.5″, 2″, 2.5″, 3″, 4″  (remember to add the 1/4″ on as well).  There are standard load outs, one which is what I purchased.

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Loaded with Bolt action tanks

Above is a 4″ thick tray, it is missing the 88, which I will have in here for my Bolt Action stuff.  With all the foam in this I have it holds far more than the amount of Miniatures I have painted for Bolt Action in 28mm. That is not a bad thing it means I should collect more right?

Over all I am really pleased, it does what I hopped it to, and holds all the stuff for which I need transported.  I would give it a solid 4.5 Stars from 5.

You can check out the bags here: http://www.portablewarfare.com/

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Floppy has been playing wargames poorly for over 20 years. A founding member of the Monday Knights.

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