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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hyooz2004, Feb 8, 2010.
Hence my switch to a rolling toolbox.
Ammo and the gun I'm using
Basic first aid kit and cell phone
Hand (baby) wipes
A few paper towels
basic tool and lubricant and a boresnake
Rod for clearing godforsaken squibs
Snack and water
Plastic bags for my spent brass and anyone elses
Targets, tape and stapler
Ear plugs and muffs
Safety or prescription class
Just going from what I can think of off the top of my head
screwdriver and pick set
foaming hand cleaner
cleaning rods for knocking out squibs
silicone cleaning cloth.
keys and a trigger lock
staple gun + staples
a couple wildberry backwoods cigars (yeah, i'm classy like that)
some 5.5'' shoot'n'see type targets
bunch of other stuff i am forgetting
Ear-plugs, targets, cleaning kit, paper towels, safety glasses, lube, syringe (for application of said lube, I swear), ammo, pistol if it's not on my side, other pistol if it also is not on my side, lizard.
- Ear protection
- Eye protection
- 2 mags for each of my frequent shoots
- Snap caps for my calibers (mix them with regular ammo to help isolate problems)
- Cleaning kit (nice compact tube with all the heads I need)
- Bore snake for frequently used calibers
- Cleaning squares
- Tube of orange hand cleaner/de-greaser
- Cloth for under the gun
- Speed loader
- Ammo of the day
Put it all in the deluxe Sig Sauer range bag....not bad for the money
two left boots
an eye patch
bag of carrots
What happens if you shoot out both eyes?
Keep shooting until someone screams?
Ah you see that will never happen. I put the eye patch on during gun fights because nobody will aim for a bad eye. If I do get hit then I head towards the nearest body of water with my snorkel while ditching both left boots (this throws off the enemy)
Ah yes, key.
Way too much stuff. But, oddly enough - never enough ammo.
Baby oil, six pack of Schiltz, disposable camera, shower curtain and some baby wipes for clean up.
Let's see... I have a milk crate with targets, couple pairs of ears,sand bags, a can of spray adhesive, and usually bino's or my spotting scope. I generally bring 2 range boxes 1 full of ammo, the other for brass, a small tool and a small dropper of oil and a big brush. Throw in half a dozen rifles and at least 3 pistols. Sometimes my little .22 spinner targets or a big hunk o steel for the .50
Oh... and usually my son.
I just got my first range bag about an hour ago. Midway had one on sale. Right now it has eyes, ears, a leatherman, flashlight, a lighter, and some 550 cord.
I have a nice .45 cal hole punch, makes me look a lot better when I check my targets
Fingernail clippers, piece of used double-bubble gum, .58 cents, a few 10 penny nails, pack of Trojans (lubricated), 45 rpm record of Lorne Greene singing "Ringo".
Oh, and some odd ammo and used targets
You need "The Big Iron On His Hip" and "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance."
"Paladin" would also be a worthy addition.
... and usually my son
You've got WAY to big a range bag there
I pack the guns I plan to use, a pack of "shoot 'n' see" my eye and ear protection, and a picture of my papa... that I carry everywhere because he is my hero!
Hmmmm....rope, duct tape, ball gag, lotion, riding crop, tazer, errrrrrrr.....ummmmmmm......oops.....wrong bag.......never mind.
That's right - Valentine's Day is Sunday!
Chuck Norris, that way I don't have to use any ammo, I just watch him roundhouse-kick the crap out out of my target. He's pretty pissed by the time I let him out of the bag.
targets and tools.
When I first saw the title of this thread I too looked in my bag and found similar goodies such as duct tape, handcuffs, chloroform, latex gloves, condoms, lube, a slap jack, and my autographed 8x10 from Ted Bundy. Then after reading more posts realized we were supposed to be talking about raNGe bags.
Don't forget the no-doze.
Only on NES could a thread about range bags have me laughing out loud to the point that my dogs are looking at me like I've lost my mind...
Sounds like you need a caddy!
So I'm guessing Bill is a guy from whom you wouldn't want to accept a "tic-tac"?
bugs covered a lot, in addition to the usual, i carry a small bottle of mylanta, never know, and a wooden dowel
for squibs if needed. steel or brass rods arn't something i would want to use, and of course a first aid kit,
and last a working cell phone.
Chuck Norris is so tough, the bed wet itself out of fear!
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