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What kind of cases/bags are you storing your muzzleloader accessories in?
 

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ziploc and then put them in my safe.
 

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[rquote=1539568&tid=107258&author=Heeler75]ziploc and then put them in my safe.[/rquote]

I have a small tool bag that I put everything it. I would say it's only about 12"x8" or so.
 

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I just make sure it stays dry and separate from my center fire rifle stuff.....but I'm not quite ready to put it away yet. Got some more experimenting to do once the weather gets back up at least close to 40 degrees.....the way it looks it might be April sometime.
 

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[rquote=1539690&tid=107258&author=Parker]Tackle box for me.

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Similar.....I use a plastic tool box w a top tray.....
 

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i have a 3 shelf tacklebox, i think it's a flambeau and the name is bigwater or something like that, this also serves as my range box, some tools extra patches,primers,sabots my tackle box is about to small wish it was bigger:hysterical:
 

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For range work all that stuff is kept in a tackle box. Extra cast balls are kept in International Coffee tins...sure hold a lot of 36 cal. balls!! Powder is kept in same box it was shipped in and in the original cans.

For hunting it's all held in a shooting pouch and powder in a horn I had made a few years ago.

Vic
 
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