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Old 06-11-2014, 01:44 PM   #11
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Almost the same as Airborne, and I will add a magnet, nice tip.

In addition, I carry alcohol soaked wipes for my hands and everything else. Also a pair of batting gloves, all purpose.

A mini first aid kit in the bag, like 25-5 does, but a larger kit in the truck. My bag is very small.



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9 mm pistol
binoculars
ammo
small tool set
hunting knife
CLP
cleaning rags
extra hearing protection
and
Kit Kat bar



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What's in my range bag? What I usually have in my range bag is a staple gun, extra staples, screwdriver, first-aid kit, pen, cleaning kit, etc.

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Targets, toolbox, shell bag, bullets, tape,
spotting scope and tripod, notebook, pen,
cleaning rod, jags and brushes. Rags, ATF, and
Mobil1.

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Screwdriver, needle-nose pliers, towel, hearing protection, shooting glasses, small stick on targets, oil. Generally whatever handgun I am shooting and ammo. As others have said the gun and remaining ammo come out when I get home, and generally the used towel.

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stapler
staples
hearing protection
Multi-tool, i.e. Leatherman
friction tape
multi-tool screw driver, i.e. Cobalt with interchangeable heads
tube of gun grease
tube of gun oil
bore snakes
solvent
rag
bag for empty brass
Targets (I print off my own)
I have the midway bag, so it also has compartments for 2 handguns and magazines.

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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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Great question.

For me, targets, target spots, ruler, ammo, stapler, staples, bino's, and anything I need to field strip the weapon.
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my range tool bag



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