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Old 12-07-2008, 11:16 AM
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do your self a favor and get a small tool bag and keep all your gear in it also know as a "possibles" bag.In mine i have my pyrodex,primers,bullets,speedy loaders,bullet starter.wrench for taking out theplug.small screwdriver that fits the stock and firing pin holder.bore brush and pick for primer area.T handle,patches,cleaner and a bag of descant to keep everything dryI also like to keep some primers in a small Rx bottle so i dont have to fish around for them in my pocket.MY bore brush and pick go in one as well so it doesnt pick up any "fuzzies".It may sound like alot but its not.I got my bag from Harbor freight for like 3$
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Old 12-07-2008, 11:05 PM
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Track of the wolf is a great place to fing bags of many shapes, There not going to be 3 $ though. But they are of outstanding quality and they look awsome, check them out.
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Old 12-08-2008, 10:45 PM
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Ya I have a bag that I carry all my hunting gear and swap out as needed depending on what season it is. I do need to get a new bag though, I'm just using an old duffel bag. Thanks for the tips.
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