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Old 07-25-2012, 06:22 AM   #1
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Tupperware at the range

I'm new to the shooting and have only used two indoor ranges over the past year. One problem I had was reloading magazines and having to pick each cartridge out of the ammo carrier in the box. I tried dumping them on the range bench, and then chasing them around on the floor. While watching a Hicok45 video, I noticed that he used a stainless steel bowl to pull his cartridges from as he reloaded. Good idea if it’s your range and you don’t have to carry the bowl back and forth. The other day I was watching my wife put some leftovers away and she pulled out the flat plastic disk and pushed on the inside and it popped into a bowl (the top is separate). Later I liberated one of its cousins from the “Tupperware drawer” and put it in my range bag. It doesn’t take up much room, works well (holds 100 rds of .40 S&W); seemed to be a hit with some of the other shooters at the range.

My wife seems upset about her missing popup bowl, but so far I’m not a person of interest in its disappearance.
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:29 AM   #2
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I'm the opposite. i hate loose rounds and I prefer the carrier. i like shooting strings of 5 and the carrier helps me regulate it.
great idea though, adn i could see one for collecting brass for reloading
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When I reload my pistol rounds, I just toss the final product in a rectangular plastic bowl that fits right in the bottom of my range bag.
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Yes - very handy. I like the idea of putting loose rounds in for loading at the range. I already use the T-ware for ejected 9mm cartridges for reloading.
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Old 07-25-2012, 10:16 AM   #5
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Clear plastic cosmetics pouch from the Walgreens works nice for loose rounds of .22 rimfire.
And Ziplock freezer bags; god's gift to the disorganized.
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Silly Me!!!!

I thought this was going to be about Glocks at the range.

I am a carrier user, either the factory carrier if shooting factory new or my plastic boxes I use for my reloads.
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Silly Me!!!!

I thought this was going to be about Glocks at the range.
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[QUOTE=Reliable;28962]Silly Me!!!!

I thought this was going to be about Glocks at the range.

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