GUN Good range bag recommendations v.done before?

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  1. copeland

    copeland smarter than you

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    I need a range bag, so tired of the crappy organization for when I go to the range

    and what to pack?
    staple gun
    meat packers tape
    room for ammo has to be lockable (cdn laws)
     
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    Your range doesn't provide a staple gun?
     
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    Id recommend the i-Shot rangebags. I picked up one of their "tournament" bags for 100 dollars several months ago and ive been thrilled with it. Its got tons of room for ammo, hearing protection, an integrated magazine holder that can hold 8 mags and is detachable from the inner lining via velcro. and it comes with a bunch of removable nylon gun rugs as well as two built in huge gun rugs on both sides of the bag. u can fit 5 or 6 medium sized guns if u really wanted to. check em out!
     
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    If you want a range bag that will last forever and carry everything you need, get an i-Shot. I have the i-Shot tournament bag and absolutely love it.
     
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    Most of the ranges i've been to only provide tape, no staple guns.
     
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    TL1000RSquid ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    My outdoor range provides neither, indoor uses pulleys with clips.
     
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    Dunno whats a good lockable one, but dont forget to pack hearing protection and glasses, I usually keep a few extra dispoable ear plugs with my stuff for times I go with someone who doesnt have or forgets theirs. I usually keep any of my sighting in tools in the bag, cleaning rod is good in case you get a case stuck in the chamber, Shoot N C's
     
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    This is what I have in my bag when I go to the range:

    Mags
    Ammo
    Ear muffs
    Ear plugs
    Glasses
    Holster/Mag pouches
    pad
    pens
    water
    purell
    targets
    staplegun
    punch set
    mini tool kit with all the essentials
    plano tackle plastic thing with miscellaneous parts
    and my handguns
     
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    Oh yeah and you said the ammo compartment has to be lockable because it's Canadian law, the entire i-Shot tournament bag has special zippers that you can put a pad lock through.

    I got mine for $91 SHIPPED on eBay
     
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    mine doesn't

    there is a company here that makes several differnet styles of range bags. they can even custom make one for you off one of their styles to meet your needs. Next time I go to a show I can price one out for you if you want.

    now that we have a CCW law I'm willing to bet that one of their products is gonna sell pretty good. the protfolio with an attitude. I'll try and get pics next show.
     

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