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Range Bag / Tool Organization 2 months 4 weeks ago #1


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Whats everyone doing for tool organization for the range? I have a Midway backpack that I use but I'm tired of digging through it to find what I need. I usually bring my Magneto-speed, range finder, Kestrel, data book, bags, ammo, extra mags, small cleaning kit, Borka tools, scope tools complete set of metric and SAE Allen keys, scope lens cleaning tool and a few other things I'm forgetting.
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Range Bag / Tool Organization 1 month 3 weeks ago #2


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I did a double take on this one.

Gotta say, I don't load my range gear into the kayak, but I do have a system.

My "range" is 200 yards from my walk-out basement. I leave a Hyskore portable bench in the woods for summer to fall, but here is my checklist:

Ammunition
Bench forearm rest (screws into the bench)
Chronograph
Cleaning brush
Cleaning rod
Hearing protection
Load data sheets
Notepad
Pen/pencil
Rangefinder
Rifle
Spotting scope mount (also screws inmto the bench)
Smart phone (has an app for the ProDigital Chronograph to remotely display and save shot strings)
Spotting scope
Stock beanbag
Tape
Target stand
Targets
Tripod for chronograph
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