Nancy Jo Adams reviews Browning Claymaster Shooting Bag
Rolla, MO –-(Ammoland.com) – With dove season in play in my home state, it is that time of year to hit the range for some much needed practice.
When planning a day on the range, I grab my Browning Claymaster Shooting Bag for storing all of my essentials for a round of sporting clays or skeet. The range bag is a convenient place to keep shells, shooting glasses, a choke set, a small cleaning kit, hearing protection, a towel, a camera and anything else you may carry out to the range with you.
The Claymaster Bag is made of 600 Cordura denier black nylon with the Browning Claymaster emblem on the front of the bag. The padded interior, main compartment is not only large enough to carry an entire case of shells, it also incorporates a fold-down interior divider to organize single boxes of shells. The large compartment is easily accessible through the double zipper top flap that features a unique zipper-pull that unzips both zippers simultaneously.
The four exterior pockets include two roomy side pockets on each end of the bag that are ample enough to hold a water bottle, choke tube set or shooting glasses. There is a front-zippered pocket with ample room for keys, wallet or checkbook, or small items that are easily misplaced. The flap pocket on the backside of the bag hides a pull out spent shell pouch with a zipper across the bottom of the pouch for easy shell disposal.
The Cordura denier nylon can be cleaned easily with water and a rag. You have the option of using the included padded shoulder strap or the built-in padded handles.
The bag comes in black with the Browning Claymaster emblem and measures 11-inches wide by nine-inches high by eight-inches deep. The Browning Claymaster Shooting bag has a MSRP of $65. Read more about the Browning Claymaster.
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