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 Post subject: Range Bags...
PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 12:09 am 
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Looking for a decent range bag. Just wondering what folks are using? Anyone care to post up a picture of what they have?

Looking to carry a couple .40's, 9 mm, and three revolvers plus ammo...

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 10:34 am 
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Father's Day gift three years ago. I really like this bag. I have used it in several different configurations . As advertised or when at a "home range" where I carried holstered, I took out the foam gun cradle and packed it with 1200 rounds 9mm , 750 of 22lr, & 400 of 223. I carry my G19 and just put my m&p's holstered in the top compartment so they don't bang together. It is pricy but it really handles everything I need to carry. The rolled up target holder is also handy to keep your hands free.

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http://www.nrastore.com/nrastore/Produc ... A+494&ct=e


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 Post subject: Re: Range Bags...
PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:54 pm 
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Wow. That's a serious range bag. I don't shoot anywhere close to that much ammo.

I just use whatever backpack I have available. And I put some stuff into my AR's soft case.

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 Post subject: Re: Range Bags...
PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 3:26 pm 
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Here's one you can order.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/product/index/triple-k-mfg-deluxe-shooting-bag-tan?a=618119

OK,OK,OK. I was just funnin. Thanks for posting the link Lax! Here is one I am now actually considering buying.

http://www.nrastore.com/nrastore/ProductDetail.aspx?p=SA%20493

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 Post subject: Re: Range Bags...
PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2015 9:12 pm 
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That amount of ammo was just for a visual . I only had on box of the 22 lr, 500 9mm, and 150 of 223. [emoji6]


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I use a tool bag from Harbor Freight Tools. It has pockets inside and outside, a stiff bottom, and cost $9.99! They have several others in different sizes that would work.

http://www.harborfreight.com/15-in-tool-bag-61469.html


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We use harbor freight tool bags for ammo and I bought Matt a Really Nice range bag at the NRA headquarters range as an anniversary present when I was down there for a magazine shoot.

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The nice added benefit of getting the mrs into shooting is that she had better equipment then me!

Her ladies shooting group had a few door prizes at one meeting. A VERY NICE bag, with sections for several pistols, mag pouches in each pi too section and a nice center for ammo and muffs.

Come in handy for getting everything collected and packs very snugly, as opposed to throwing stuff in a regular old backpack. (Redneck / my style! ;) )


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pick_six wrote:
The nice added benefit of getting the mrs into shooting is that she had better equipment then me!

Her ladies shooting group had a few door prizes at one meeting. A VERY NICE bag, with sections for several pistols, mag pouches in each pi too section and a nice center for ammo and muffs.

Come in handy for getting everything collected and packs very snugly, as opposed to throwing stuff in a regular old backpack. (Redneck / my style! ;) )


Ladies shooting group? Do tell!

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Yes. Last Thursday of the month, there is a ladies group that meets at our local range.

They have a lecture from folks, mostly common sense self defense, armed and not. Situational awafeness those things mostly, and pre shooting classroom discussions. Then have a few hours of live fire. The ladies teamed with a group that provides instruction during live fire range access. They also function as rso's during the time.

Will pm you some details Amy. It's a little bit of a ride from where you are, but may be worth the trip if you're ever in the area.

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pick_six wrote:
The nice added benefit of getting the mrs into shooting is that she had better equipment then me!

Her ladies shooting group had a few door prizes at one meeting. A VERY NICE bag, with sections for several pistols, mag pouches in each pi too section and a nice center for ammo and muffs.

Come in handy for getting everything collected and packs very snugly, as opposed to throwing stuff in a regular old backpack. (Redneck / my style! ;) )


Ladies shooting group? Do tell!


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