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From what I can gather from researching, this might be either an E. Christopher of Miami, OH Shotgunner's bag or one that was sold by TOTW. I got it several years ago secondhand with a Centermark Fusil, and it may have been sold originally with said fusil, because late 1980s Centermark Fusil ads in Muzzle Blasts mention a "snow bag" included, but I don't really know what that is unless that means a cover for the gun itself.
Anyhow, it's a great bag but I don't use it anymore since I do more 18th than 19th century style shooting. Has compartments to separate your over powder cards, cushion wads, and over shot cards. I did have to repair two places where the two inside pockets had lost thread, but now all pockets function. Adjustable strap. Bag shows use, but is sturdy and ready for somebody to take it to the range or the woods or fields. $85 plus shipping. PM if interested.
 

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From what I can gather from researching, this might be either an E. Christopher of Miami, OH Shotgunner's bag or one that was sold by TOTW. I got it several years ago secondhand with a Centermark Fusil, and it may have been sold originally with said fusil, because late 1980s Centermark Fusil ads in Muzzle Blasts mention a "snow bag" included, but I don't really know what that is unless that means a cover for the gun itself.
Anyhow, it's a great bag but I don't use it anymore since I do more 18th than 19th century style shooting. Has compartments to separate your over powder cards, cushion wads, and over shot cards. I did have to repair two places where the two inside pockets had lost thread, but now all pockets function. Adjustable strap. Bag shows use, but is sturdy and ready for somebody to take it to the range or the woods or fields. $85 plus shipping. PM if interested.
Those are very good bags. I have two of them.
 
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