Bannatyne Synthetic Pipe Bag with Zip
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In a short time zip bags have revolutionised piping for a large number of players.
Easily fitted, stocks are slid and clamped into place whilst the zip gives internal access that allows a piper to benefit from the wide variety of moisture control systems and valves that can be fitted.
This pipe bag is supplied with a bottle water trap and fixings.
Pipe Bag Sizes:
- Small – Depth 228mm x Length 610mm
- AG Extended Small – Depth 241mm x Length 648mm
- Medium – Depth 267mm x Length 648mm
- Large – Depth 292mm x Length 724mm
- Willie McCallum Custom – Depth 267mm x Length 700mm