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Im looking to get a post started about range gear and set ups - links to products and reviews would be great - what works what doesn't (pics are a bonus:D) I am looking for everything from guns to ammo/clips, ect
 

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Well in my range bag is the following
2x ear protection
2x eye protection
Spotting scope
binoculars
first aid kit
leatherman , couple different screwdrivers and allen keys small pliers
pen pencil sharpie
Towel
targets
Thats about it . I load an ammo can with whatever ammo I need for the day
 

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My range bag has the following:
Ammo
eye protection
ear protection
towels
targets
knife
misc. tools (screwdriver, allen wrenches, punches etc.)
binoculars
pencil or pen
highlighter
masking tape
2 to 4 Glocks
oh yea, and more Ammo
 

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Im looking to get a post started about range gear and set ups - links to products and reviews would be great - what works what doesn't (pics are a bonus:D) I am looking for everything from guns to ammo/clips, ect
clips?

These are good ones :p
 

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LeeHarpe said:
My range bag has the following:
Ammo
eye protection
ear protection
towels
targets
knife
misc. tools (screwdriver, allen wrenches, punches etc.)
binoculars
pencil or pen
highlighter
masking tape
2 to 4 Glocks
oh yea, and more Ammo
Basically mine is the same set up with extra cleaning supplies due to taking it as my hunting/portable gun repair bag too... I am an EMT and have changed my medical supply setup multiple time and as a result I have EMS bags left over not being used, therefore I use them as range bags :)

My latest range bag is a Ferno EMS ALS bag with module pouches... I use the pouches as portable kits to just grab and go sometimes and all the elastic loops work great holding all of the items securely :)
 

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Here are some pics of my range bag. MidwyUSA large range bag
 

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LeeHarpe said:
Here are some pics of my range bag. MidwyUSA large range bag
Heard nothing but great things about the midway range bag and as you can see it has the module system like I use with the ems bag, very simple and effective, I recommend the midway range bag to any new or veteran sport shooter out there :)
 

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My buddy has the midway bag. It's pretty nice. I have a bag I bought off eBay for 18.00 and love it. Got a **** ton of mag pouches that fit stock boxes of ammo too. Worth 18.00 to me. Nothing strong though. The midway bag is thicker than mine.
 

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I use a UTG Tactical Shooter's Bag. My set up is still a work in progress. Suggestions welcome.

Hearing Protection
Extra glock 19 mag with speed loader
Staple gun and staples
Gun rug
Masking tape
Sharpie
Leatherman
Towel
Cable lock
Cleaning supplies (currently keeping everything together)
Range ID

Only thing I need to drop in is ammo when I leave for the range

Luggage and bags Bag Rectangle Travel Baggage
 

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My setup sounds quite similar to what's been mentioned, with one exception:

It may sound wierd but we take some roofing nails along.
The range where we shoot uses 2" thick foam board for the target backstop. Most people use a staple gun to attach the targets, and that works pretty good.
But if it's windy at all, the staples don't always seem to hold. So we took some roofing nails one time and they worked great. They push into the foam very easily with a finger, the big nail head holds the target nicely, they pull out of the target / foam easily for target changes, and they are reusable so cost nothing compared to staples.

Just a thought.

Edited to add: I second the motion on the Midway range bag! Very roomy, very well constructed, etc.
 

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OuttaHand said:
My setup sounds quite similar to what's been mentioned, with one exception:

It may sound wierd but we take some roofing nails along.
The range where we shoot uses 2" thick foam board for the target backstop. Most people use a staple gun to attach the targets, and that works pretty good.
But if it's windy at all, the staples don't always seem to hold. So we took some roofing nails one time and they worked great. They push into the foam very easily with a finger, the big nail head holds the target nicely, they pull out of the target / foam easily for target changes, and they are reusable so cost nothing compared to staples.

Just a thought.

Edited to add: I second the motion on the Midway range bag! Very roomy, very well constructed, etc.
That's a great idea with the roofing nails, I take a hammer type staple gun, masking tape, thumb tacks, and those black office paper clips in case I need to use something different... I don't take a lot so my bag is overloaded, just enough to get by or to share with a neighbor shooting next to me
 

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Caseyglock19 said:
My girl bought me a dust pan with a tiny broom to pick up my spent brass.
That's awesome!
 

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