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Range transport: how do YOU carry multiple guns?

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    Exclamation What gear bag?

    Geez, I just strap 'em on! JK, We dont have ranges up here, so my Jeep works just fine as a range bag, shooting rest etc,etc...
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    I've been using Uncle Mike's Sidekick to transport mine in the bags.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flagflyfish View Post
    Geez, I just strap 'em on! JK, We dont have ranges up here, so my Jeep works just fine as a range bag, shooting rest etc,etc...
    That might be how you swanky AZ folk do things but here in TN we just fill one bucket with guns, the other bucket with ammo, and get the Mrs to carry them for us...

    We ain't not swanky, no Sir.

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    Doskocil Pistol cases, not expensive, good value for the money. I use a MTM range case, carries all my cleaning kit, ear and eye protection as well as my wife's. Also carries all ammo, tools, and all you need. I also pack up on my spent brass it in for the trip home, as I do reload as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    That might be how you swanky AZ folk do things but here in TN we just fill one bucket with guns, the other bucket with ammo, and get the Mrs to carry them for us...

    We ain't not swanky, no Sir.


    Buckets!!? We can't afford no buckets! I jes ripped the carpet outa my mo-bile home to wrap 'em in! Trained the dog to catch the brass, (don't have to buy tennis balls!)
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    Well yeh, but we use the buckets for targets too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maclean3 View Post
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    That's a great bag but more than twice the cost of my Bulldog ... a good bit bigger too though. Looks like it'd be REAL heavy fully loaded - does it come with a Sherpa?
    Oh trust me, it is plenty heavy when I've got it loaded. My brother and I split the cost since we live together and often shoot together, plus we got a military discount so the price wasn't bad. As for the Sherpa; well, my brother likes to make a big deal of the fact he's a lot bigger and stronger than I am. So when we go to the range, he gets to carry the bag.
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    I have a 6 gun plastic case for range trips ,also use rifle cases for rifles and handguns. Seems like more and more stuff to bring over the years.
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    Harbor Freight wheeled toolbag:



    Up to 3 guns go in the pockets, more than that go in rugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAExplorer View Post
    I used to carry in the factory cases within my range bag, but now I find myself taking 3 or 4 guns to the range instead of 1 or 2 and my bag isn't big enough. I thought of getting individual gun pouches, but I wanted to see what other cleaver or traditional options there were. Was hoping I could see some pics of how you all pack your weapons to take a trip to the range. Thanks

    ...and please, no "get a bigger bag" wisecracks! :)
    A bigger bag is certainly a very good solution. Wisecrack? No.

    While I store my guns in their individual rugs, they go to the range in the larger pouches of a SIG range bag. It carries four pistols just fine, along with ammo, targets and a small amount of cleaning gear.
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    Bigger cases, this is a bad shot, but you get the point.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    That might be how you swanky AZ folk do things but here in TN we just fill one bucket with guns, the other bucket with ammo, and get the Mrs to carry them for us...

    We ain't not swanky, no Sir.
    You could always get the Mrs. to strap on her skates and then just wheel her AND the buckets up to the firing line. Of course, singing "Hello Dolly" while you're doing that might cause a few nights on the couch.
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    I'm thinking about this:

    Not quite the tactical wheelbarrow.

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    i use a case like above for handguns. bottom of the case has a cleaning kit. individual bags for long guns.

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    I just buy some cheap gun rugs (each pistol gets it's own) and stuff them in a duffel. Never had any problems, no scratches dents or dings.

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