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Old 06-05-2014, 12:30 PM   #1
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So instead carrying all my gear to the range in Tupperware containers I finally broke down and bought a range bag. My question to y'all is twofold, what do you keep in your range bag and what items are most have in your range bag?


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Old 06-05-2014, 12:48 PM   #2
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I carry a couple of screw drivers, a pair of needle nose pliers, some ammo, hearing protection, (at least 2 kinds) a chamber flag / chamber checker, a small gun mat, (just in case) and a neodymium magnet on a string to pick up all my spent metal cases.

PS: I forgot to mention that I also take a stapler, extra mags, stripper clips, and targets.



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i use a range box. medium sized tool box. i take ammo, mags, staples, stapler, eyes and ears( multiple sets incase some one needs some) multi tool, targets, camera sometimes a range notebook. pens, markers or pencils. i want to add a small otis cleaning set but have not yet.

the ammo, mags, and spent brass are the only things that come out after i get home. this helps me to not forget something like glasses or the stapler.
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Along with the shooting stuff I always carry a first aid kit with tourniquet and blood clotting application.
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basic stuff, oil, brushes, targets, markers, adjustment tools
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Range finder,bullets and more bullets, breakfree oil, terrycloth gun rags, small cleaning kit and guns and more guns
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What's in your range bag?

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bottle of bourbon, snacks, radio for music a couple of well thumbed Playboy mags, ect...........

seriously, i very seldom use a range bag, because my range is in the backyard. anything i would need a range bag for is pretty close at hand.

now if i did need one, ammo, hearing and eye protection, stapler for targets, cleaning kit, oil and bore solvent, any tools i might need for minor repairs, maybe a bore sighting tool for the rifles, rags, bottle of water, plus maybe some other misc. items.
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haha..bourbon..
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My old Tupperware containers.



Really, this would be a good thread for photo posts. I'd post mine if I bothered to learn an easy way to do it.


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