Range Bag Deep Dive with 3 Seasoned Pros

If you've been shooting for a while, your range bag contents of today have no doubt expanded from your early days. 

posted on September 19, 2022

Most of us who are regular shooters vaguely remember our early trips to the range—and the basics we packed: firearm, safety glasses, ear protection and maybe some ammo and targets. After all, nobody wanted to be that girl, with all that high-maintenance stuff, right? However, over time we soon realized that those items are simply the basics—and that our range bags can hold sooo much more—for very practical reasons.

That’s why this video featuring Pursue the Wild’s Kristie Titus and Girls With Guns’ Jen O’Hara and Norissa Harman is so fun. As extremely experienced firearm instructors and huntresses, their range bags are filled with items you might not consider until after many months or years of practice. Watch as these industry powerhouses take a deep dive into their range bags and share their varied contents—and explanations for each item. Spoiler alert: Although we were waiting for it, there is no kitchen sink!

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