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Just for kicks...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Corner Pocket, Jul 11, 2009.

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  1. Corner Pocket

    Corner Pocket Member

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    I like to have several magazines for each of my autoloaders. I had spoken to my wife recently about cutting down and adding some drawstrings to a few lead shot bags that I've acquired along the way. But then I got to thinking that I could probably find some suitable bags on the cheap and save her the effort and trouble.

    A little digging around on e-Bay produced just what I wanted for only a few bucks. I then experimented a little with two different paint sticks from Wal-Mart, decided on the one I like best, and voila! A neat and easy way to keep my mags separated and quick to grab for a trip to the range. Total cost is right at $10, and I still have a bunch of these purple bags to use for other such gun things (or to share with a friend)... :D

    http://www.freshonmymind.com/magbags/mag-bags.jpg

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  2. wditto

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    GREAT idea, much better than my using baggies
     
  3. cchris

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    Cloth sacks also work great for saving your brass. I take one of those out to the range, fill it up, and then dump it into 1 gallon ziploc bags when I get hope.
     
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    Oh man, that is a great idea. I have a couple of those CR bags laying around; Thanks for posting this!
     
  5. Corner Pocket

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    Glad to hear that the idea may be of help to others. I tried a couple of mine out yesterday and they work well. :D

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  6. PAPACHUCK

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    I hate to admit it, but I've got a BUNCH of those CR bags.
     
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