Range Day Necessities

Okay, you head to the range. What do you grab? The list might include: gun, ammo, rest, range bag and targets. However, there are some items that are must-haves that we often forget. Perhaps, it’s time to stop forgetting these immediate needs.paint

PAINT
Unless you’re shooting cardboard or paper, spray paint is a necessity. Don’t rush out and grab the cheapest out there, especially in cold conditions. Better spray paint covers the target better and lasts longer. I’m a fan of the Rust-Oleum product, which stick well to metals and have a fast-drying time. Just something to think about. BUY HERE

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SQUARE PASTERS
These little adhesive squares easily stow away into your range bag, but have a tome of uses. I utilize the National Target one-inch square pasters for paper and cardboard targets. There’s no excuse for not having these in the bag. Quick tip: If you’re sighting in a rifle put a one-inch square paster on a blank sheet of paper for aiming point. BUY HERE

CHAMBER FLAGflag
More and more ranges are requiring chamber flags once the range is called COLD. The chamber flags from Sinclair International are a no-brainer for using in AR, bolt or hand guns. BUY HERE

PISTOL TOOLrealavid
Being prepared for any malfunction is essential. Therefore, having the tools to clear any problems is a must. The Real Avid Pistol tool includes 19 different tool options to tweak or adjust your gun. BUY HERE

LUBRICANT
This is one product that I never forget when heading to the range. Lubricants get slipguns back on track when they run sluggish. I’ve had multiple times where Slip 2000 saved my bacon. It’ handy and can be used on any firearm. BUY HERE

Your time is valuable. The time spent on the range shouldn’t be spent worrying if you’ve forgotten something. Pack along these items to free up the worry. Be safe on the range and don’t forget to introduce someone new to the shooting sports. ~ KJ

Kevin Jarnagin
Kevin Jarnagin (KJ) hails from Oklahoma, but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the Gun Talk team. KJ grew up as a big game hunter, and knows his way around a bass boat. Whether it’s making his way to British Columbia for elk or training with pistols, Jarnagin always seems to find a gun in his hands and adventure on his mind.

 

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