I try to build a small kit around all of my hunting guns that fits in the case. I try to keep it small. These kits have saved a hunt 3 times and let me grab a gun's case and know I at least have any. With a deer rifle this is usually just 10 extra rounds, a couple of targets, proper wrenches, and ear plugs. This was my first breakdown shotgun so I tried to find a compact case for it. This Midway padded canvas is perfect. Within it I can keep all 5 chokes, wrench, oil, grease, a box of buckshot, a box of slugs, and my favorite: a small belt shell carrier that holds 20 shells (mostly #6 but a few turkey loads). It may sound gimiky but I have these kits with all my shotguns and twice have had to use the extra shells (forgot them once and ran out of what I brought another time). I have also hunted with others who forgot to check their choke and only realized it was a full after disintegrating a couple birds. Just a few thoughts on this setup as I sit in the turkey woods waiting for the evening to begin.