What’s in my range bag? Have a look at what I pack in my shooting bag when I compete in IDPA competitions, specifically the upcoming Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor Nationals.
A couple of notes on this video… 1st, its looooong, but I think it is useful to explain what I use and why I use it. Also, please excuse the sound sync issues. For some reason my fancy Nikon 5200 has sound synchronizing problem when I import the files to my Mac (though it could be me technologically challenged). I was pretty excited to use an external mic for the first time, but the sound was a nightmare to edit. There are places where it’s kung fu dubs bad, but hey, I did my best.
Hopefully I will have these issues resolved for my next video — or just go back to filming on my phone. Thank you for your patience!
- Safariland Shooters Range Bag Model 4555
- Smith & Wesson Performance Center M&P Pro Series 9mm
- Warren Tactical 2-Dot Night Sights
- APEX Tactical Drop In Trigger Kit
- Smith & Wesson M&P Mags
- Federal Premium American Eagle 147 gr. 9mm
- Safariland 773 Mag Pouch
- Safariland 5198 Holster
- Smith & Wesson Hearing Protection
- CableKleen™ Pull-Through Gun Cleaning System
- Rudy Project Shooting Glasses
- S&W Extreme Ops Desert Handle with Black Drop Point Blade Knife
- SureFire E1L Outdoorsman Flashlight
- Smith & Wesson Flashlight
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