Range Bag Recommendations: For the range and IDPA

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    I started using an Uncle Mike's deluxe range bag.

    It got to be too much to tote around from pit to pit. I carried way too much stuff in it. I still use the range bag, but now it stays in the car. I have a smaller bag that I got from Tactical Tailor that I bring down to the pits that carry just my ammo and mags.
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    iSHOT bag. It holds a lot.
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    I have a cannon camera bad that I am thinking of using for right now. My iPhone takes very good pictures and I don't use the camera or the gear all that offen. It has several pockets for all sorts of stuff.

    I think I might get a larger ishot bag when I get more guns.

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    I have had good luck with MidwayUSA's Competition Range Bag. I think there are 8 mag loops on the large outside pocket. And there are six on the inside removable ammo bag that can also double as a quick little range bag.

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    Well I use a bag and a box. I carry an ishot bag and an MTM tactical range box. I shoot a lot of rimfire matches and I tend to get asked to do some gunsmithing now and again. I keep the things I might need in the box, extras, odds and ends, and assorted stuff. The stuff I need to have ready I keep in the bag. When I teach a CCW class I carry all the range stuff the same way, and add a clipboard with the required paperwork in it.

    When I worked in a gunshop as a gunsmith, I kept my personal tools in the ishot bag and I was always hauling junk around. I dug like 6 Glock tools out of it one day, it was way worse than my wife's purse! One shop where I worked was always a mess, and a bunch of employees smoked there so I was always washing that bag and it's still going strong.
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    I've had one of these for 2 years.... Winchester Deluxe Shooters Bag: Hunting : Walmart.com
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    I use a Dillon Blue Range bag for guns and stuff and a Dillon Ammo Shift Bag for the bullits and mags. Has worked for the last 20 years.
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    I got this one $45 Uncle Mikes Uncle Mikes Deluxe Range Bag. I've got about 500 rounds, glasses, ear cans, 4 mags, Walther P99, cleaning supplies and there is still room. Quality seem good, haven't had any issues and all of the zippers except for the top one have locking holes for small locks should you want to keep kids out or just security.

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