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Over the last two weeks people have asked me for pictures of a transporting hard gun case and hunting belt pouch and loading block in other posts I finally got some batteries for the camera so here are some pictures of a simple case made from some ply wood scraps and sheep skin to transport a rifle. A simple belt pouch used for hunting with a flap over it, and a loading block necklass used for hunting. The case allows you to put it in the back of the truck and pile boxes on top with no problems, the loading block necklas holds the loading block at the right height for quick use, and the simple leather capper holds caps protected from the weather and easily accessible by just pulling the strap out. The hunting pouch holds a nipple wrench, ball puller, patch puller caps and loose balls and patches,
 

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Hanshi, I USED to do good work, since my catarack surgery I have not been able to get glasses that focus in the 16 to 36 inch range. I used to build custom cabinets but there is a reason they don't teach cabinet building at schools for the blind. My muzzle loading projects are fun jobs from scraps or left over material from other jobs. When I got into this game I had four kids and a homemaker wife so money was not available to play games with. I got the money for rendezvous from the trade blanket selling what I made.
 

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