Double pouch
What was the intended use of a double pouch?
Posts: 26 | Location: SE Arkansaw | Registered: 05 July 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Carry more stuff probably.

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Posts: 143 | Location: South of the Arkansas, on the slopes of St. Charles Peak, Colorado territory | Registered: 25 January 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Shooting supplies up front...
Cleaning, maintenance tools in back.

Least that is how mine gets used Smiler
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I'm using the rear bag for a flat horn and capper and the front bag for the rest of whatever I'm carrying. Thinking it will be a little less to hang up in the brush on a woods walk or on a day hunt.
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I built a double pouch about a year ago and used it last fall. I carried my shooting stuff in the back pocket and fire kit in the front. I thought I would like it, but I'm not all that fond of it. It'll probably be a blanket prize at some rendezvous next summer.
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It doubles the search time for whatever you forgot to bring.
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