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Old 08-23-2013, 4:16 PM
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A BAG??? Ha ha, no way, it would weigh 400 pounds.
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Old 08-24-2013, 3:07 AM
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Well I just leave all my receipts, cleaning gear, targets and eyes/ears in my range bag when at home. The ammo is stored in my closet and the pistol is under the bed locked in a safe. When its range time I put my gun and some ammo in the bag and off I go!
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Old 09-24-2013, 7:47 PM
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Awesome post everybody, nice to have the checklist.
Somedays it seems I have the truck loaded with about 300 lbs of "essentials".
Somedays its just guns and ammo and I'm gone.

I am consistently amazed at how many people DO NOT include a blowout/bleeder kit- especially when heading afarfield to the BLM.

My gun club has 1st aid at all the alleys, but I still bring a basic kit.

At the BLM we are at least an hour from the medic.

It sucks when I forget the stapler or the tape, had to forage a pair of earplugs off the ground last time I went with the kids, but how much would it suck to need the bleeder kit and not have it?

It's not that much to pack.
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A bottle of Loctite goes handy with a screw driver/allen wrench.
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Old 09-30-2013, 8:08 AM
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Weapons
Optics
Sight adjustment tools
Allen wrenches / flathead
Slings
Magazines
Ammunition
Range Fee: $20/person/day
Individual Protection
Eye
Ear
Targets
Stands
Paper targets
Tape
Zip Ties
Sharpie
Staple gun
staples
Spotting Scope
Food / Water
Shooting Mat / tarp / rug
Vehicle Check
Personal
Hat
Notebook/pen
Snacks
Wet Wipes
Bug Spray
Sun screen
camera
Aspirin or Ibuprofen
Elbow / Knee pads
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Shooting Mat
Leatherman
Cordless drill
Foam pipe insulation
Vet tape
Painters tape
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Old 09-30-2013, 9:12 AM
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Awesome post everybody, nice to have the checklist.
Somedays it seems I have the truck loaded with about 300 lbs of "essentials".
Somedays its just guns and ammo and I'm gone.

I am consistently amazed at how many people DO NOT include a blowout/bleeder kit- especially when heading afarfield to the BLM.

My gun club has 1st aid at all the alleys, but I still bring a basic kit.

At the BLM we are at least an hour from the medic.

It sucks when I forget the stapler or the tape, had to forage a pair of earplugs off the ground last time I went with the kids, but how much would it suck to need the bleeder kit and not have it?

It's not that much to pack.
Dude, you're right. I have one and took a gunshot and stab wound first aid training class, and forgot to include it on my checklist. Good catch!
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