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#6910260 - 10/05/17 04:43 PM Shooting/Hunting Accessory storage
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THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 11/01/12
Posts: 7795
Loc: Lubbock, TX
I put this here hoping it would get more eyes than in the Hunting gear section, and it's not just hunting.

I think I'm in need of a storage solution for hunting and shooting gear. I've looked at some of the small and medium-sized boxes, but I think I want something a little larger that will allow me to better organize extra mags, rangefinders, bipods, rests, possibly even cleaning supplies and a spotting scope. Have any of you done this, and if so, what did you utilize to do it?
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#6910271 - 10/05/17 04:49 PM Re: Shooting/Hunting Accessory storage [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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Registered: 09/16/09
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Loc: Lewisville, TX
I use a large container, like a large bin. I've seen guys have partitions inside for sections. I just keep a lot of my gear piled into the bin, no organization. Some shooters I know get a water proof bin (or 2 or 3) for riding in the truck bed to and from. When we are car pooling heading to a shooting comp, all of us have bins like this.
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#6910868 - 10/06/17 07:54 AM Re: Shooting/Hunting Accessory storage [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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Registered: 10/07/14
Posts: 23
Take a walk thru Wal-Mart's plastic bin selection, there are lots of sizes, and don't hesitate to have smaller ones inside your larger one.

I prefer the ones with latches for the lids, rather than those that just snap on. Sterilite brand (also sold at Dollar General stores) is my favorite for storage.


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#6910993 - 10/06/17 09:20 AM Re: Shooting/Hunting Accessory storage [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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Registered: 08/18/12
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Loc: Chambers County
Gallowtech might be your answer.



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#6911204 - 10/06/17 12:16 PM Re: Shooting/Hunting Accessory storage [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks]
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Registered: 11/01/12
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Loc: Lubbock, TX
I'm thinking something like this, perhaps. I preferred lower/wider, but I'm going to shop around and see what I can find.

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