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ID:	123811 Finally got my hands on a Jim Bradley and it lives up to the hype. Far and away the nicest bag I’ve hit. Glad I got to try it on my Dad’s setup. The bucket list is getting smaller. I’m comin for you ronispeedbag.

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    Recently got a Jim Bradley ProBall and their swivel too and it is the softest easiest to hit bag I have but going to mount it up on a hand built platform and give it a better try. I'm still stuck on my Title Perilous as my favorite/fastest bag until then

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    • #3
      Pete ...if you like the Bradley, you’ll love the Roni! Both nice bags, but the Roni-Bags are the best you can get in my opinion!

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        The roni bags are a very similar feel but with that great Title-ish shape. Better for Bible style IMO.
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          Originally posted by surfingcowboy View Post
          Recently got a Jim Bradley ProBall and their swivel too and it is the softest easiest to hit bag I have but going to mount it up on a hand built platform and give it a better try. I'm still stuck on my Title Perilous as my favorite/fastest bag until then
          I hear you. The loop is abut to snap on my perilous.

          Dizzy D and Bagboy- The roni bag I just picked up is flawless. I didn't think the Bradley could be topped but I was wrong. That guy is an exceptional human being and artist.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Pete View Post

            I hear you. The loop is abut to snap on my perilous.

            Dizzy D and Bagboy- The roni bag I just picked up is flawless. I didn't think the Bradley could be topped but I was wrong. That guy is an exceptional human being and artist.
            That's why I have two of the Title Perilous Bags and needing to change out the bladder on one but the Bagging goes on until then with the other. I will be picking up a Roni bag soon and Thanks for the input!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BagBoy View Post
              The roni bags are a very similar feel but with that great Title-ish shape. Better for Bible style IMO.
              I also love my Roni bags. They are expertly handcrafted with the softest leather with awesome colors.He is also a fantastic speedbagger that helps with being in tune with what all us baggers like in a bag. You don’t find that kind of expertise in a lot of the other high volume bag makers.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mickey Dix View Post

                I also love my Roni bags. They are expertly handcrafted with the softest leather with awesome colors.He is also a fantastic speedbagger that helps with being in tune with what all us baggers like in a bag. You don’t find that kind of expertise in a lot of the other high volume bag makers.
                That's really cool that Roni is a Bagger Now it makes sense Most of the stuff he makes is not in the same wheelhouse!

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                  Well finally got the Stand and Platform/Drum completed and hung up the Jim Bradley Pro Bag and its matching swivel and it is one(if not the One) of the softest and easiest to hit bags I own Click image for larger version

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                    Surfin' might your first passion but the speed bags have definitely got you smitten!

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                      That is an awesome set up

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                        Originally posted by pinzpirate View Post
                        Surfin' might your first passion but the speed bags have definitely got you smitten!
                        Your right and the trick is spending enough time to hit on the different bags and setups(That time of the year when I don't enjoy cold water surfing as much)

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Pete View Post
                          That is an awesome set up
                          Thanks and the Problem is I started and finished the new setup before completing my wifes requested task that I initiated earlier

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by surfingcowboy View Post
                            Well finally got the Stand and Platform/Drum completed and hung up the Jim Bradley Pro Bag and its matching swivel and it is one(if not the One) of the softest and easiest to hit bags I own Click image for larger version

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                            That’s a great looking bagging area!!! I love the cage you built. I am thinking of building something similar and am wondering about the width I would need so I can hit the bag without bumping into the side of the cage. What are the dimensions of your cage I would like to know thanks. Good luck with the speedbag room.

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                              Originally posted by Mickey Dix View Post

                              That’s a great looking bagging area!!! I love the cage you built. I am thinking of building something similar and am wondering about the width I would need so I can hit the bag without bumping into the side of the cage. What are the dimensions of your cage I would like to know thanks. Good luck with the speedbag room.
                              Thanks Mickey, I built it from some new and some salvaged pieces and the dimensions are as follows: width is 39.5" ID and 46.5"OD(using the 4"x 4"s) and 24"OD depth (front to back) and works well for me with the long/wide wingspan I have

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