sling, sight covers, cleaning rods.
mat, coat, mit, bungees, cleaning cradle, clamp, stool, magazines, ammo
holder, ear plugs, Knoblochs, misc. bag, data book, parts box, poncho, rain
cover, sun screen, insect repellent, rag, zip lock bags, MultiPlier,
adhesive, soft case, accessory bag.
all clothing, wash cloth, towel, toilet kit, camera & film, funds.
fan, hand cart.
Colorado Grey Fox
few words of explanation . . . .
is enough to shoot the Board matches and NRA team and individual matches, not
including the long range events. Has allowances for a few extra sighters due to
boat in the impact area delays and a few alibis. Loads for each yardage is a new
thing. Life was simpler when we all shot 30 caliber and there was only one good
case is for rifle transport to/from Camp Perry in a truck or horse trailer
Soft case is
for use while at Camp Perry, to/from/around firing ranges
cart- shooter needs some wheeled means of shifting gear around while on the
range; once you leave hutment or vehicle you are gone for the day. I use a
modified two wheel dolly and trash barrel.
used to pack gear on trip to/from Perry, and on cart during matches
Ziploc- keep in stool to protect data book and score cards during rain
repair box- list is for M16, adjust for your needs
bag- use for lunch, drinks, take rain gear to pits, etc.
Ziploc bags- for packing lunch crackers, fruit, paper towels, etc.
Rifle mtce gear
secures cradle to lawn chair. I clean rifle while enjoying a fermented
beverage, then clean myself.
Hut survival gear
huts may have spiders, wasps, etc. One for whole group.
medium sized, or share larger one if two people housed together
bath mat sized rug to put on concrete floor, adds nice homey touch
to fix bedsprings, make clothes line above bed, secure fan in window, etc.
tape- bed repairs, re-securing cooler and trash can for travel home, etc.
operated clock radio- power in huts not always reliable, need one
independent alarm clock per hut
case of leaky roof
for whole group
Ziploc- protects roll of TP from rain (good idea to take your own stationery
replace issued key lock, a real convenience, one per hut
BB & marker
is to help keep team organized.
sandals- cheap ‘flipflops’ best. Latrines a short walk from huts, floors not
material- there is down time, at huts, in pits, etc. Tom Clancy, not
contains a bottle of baby butt lotion- important for those unaccustomed to
hot, humid climate.
Typical daily schedule: Up at 0530 hrs, quick latrine call, simple breakfast in hut, head for
ranges, shoot beginning at 0700 hrs, pull targets, drag gear around, walk a lot,
return to hut, clean rifle, clean hut, clean self, trip to commercial row to
drool & dream, dinner on post or in town, organize ammo/gear/clothing/lunch for
next day, lights out by 2200 hrs. Substitute laundry and grocery shopping for
commercial row as needed. Two weeks of heaven! Don’t forget to phone home a few