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Old 03-24-2009   #41
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Originally Posted by FatmanZ View Post
Here's an online article by the BLM that reviews four of them. The River Bank system is really nice, a bit big and bulky, but scatmachine compatible and can hold plenty. You can also get additional inserts for the extra long or big party trips.

I think NRS used to make it, but I don't see it on their site.
It sounds like they are almost back in production

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Old 03-05-2010   #42
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I have an ammo can groover with a regular toilet seat. For rivers which do not allow plastic bag liners, do you think the WAG BAGs (Cleanwaste WAG Bags) would be compatible with a standard 20mm rocket box groover? Is the WAG BAG large enough to fit over the top of the ammo can? Just looking for a way to line the rocket box and still be in compliance. Thanks

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Old 03-05-2010   #43
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Konger Kevin....i am 99% sure that the WAG bags fit over a 20mm...did it for a few trips last year, not wanting to soil the ECO-safe when it was just me and the lady. If it only covers most of the groover....just clean with the right hand and shake hands with the left.
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Wag bags will fit over an Eco-safe in a 20mm can with plenty of room to spare. They won't fit over the entire can but just pop the bag down into the hole and roll the top of the bag over (think trashcan). I'd get one of those heavy duty to keep the wag in place better. I think that is the ideal set up. Nobody wants to clean out groovers!
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Thanks for the info, sounds like they'll work.

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