Disclaimer type thing: Neither I-CANOE nor NRS take any responsibility for altering/changing/etc.. rescue equipment. To do so would be entirely at your own risk.
So, we took one standard NRS Guardian, waist mounted throwbag. The biggest criticism we have had is down to the weedy thin rope that they come with as standard. So first things first, we ditched the weedy thin rope.
Next up, we used some 11/16” Tubular Webbing to form a loop in the end of the bag small enough to attach a carabiner.
Then we got some nice and chunky 3/8” floating polypro rope and tied it securely to the webbing inside the bag. This will make rope handling a lot easier, minimises rope burn and adds a nice “throwing weight” to the bag
We had 10 metres of 3/8” rope to hand but the standard internal Guardian throwbag would probably take up to 13 or 14 metres which is more than enough for a “bullet-bag”.
Here she is, the finished bag. It may not be much to look at but she throws like a dream while still being compact enough to wear with the waist belt.