Brass Bag... FedEx PAK.

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    Brass Bag... FedEx PAK.

    Saturday before going to my IDPA match, I tried to find my usual brass collecting bag but I could not find it anywhere. In a moment of WTH I grabbed a FedEx PAK envelope (made out of Tyvek), folded it and shoved in my range bag. To my amazement, it did the job very well holding almost 20Lbs of brass without tearing itself. And since you can fold it empty next to nothing, you can carry it in your range bag without cluttering it even more.
    Not big earth-shattering news but I thought I would pass the tip to all range pickers.
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    Sweet. Never really considered that, but it makes sense. Light weight, tough material, reusable many times and when it dies there is likely another free one lying around. Very good.
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    haha. im lazy and just throw it all in the bottom of my range bag
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    Tyvex is some strong material that's for sure. But if the brass cuts it in any way it will rip and fall apart much easier.
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    Tyvek is some strong stuff. I use it a lot.
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    Hehe thx for that tip. I usually put all my brass back in the box they came in, that way I know what is in what(9mm in one, .40 in another etc).

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