Best Sporting Clays Shooting Bag in 2022
G.P.S. Sporting Clays Bag with Rain Flap, Olive
- Pull out rain cover
- Front pocket has 7 clear tubes for choke tube or snap cap storage
- Lockable heavy-duty zippers provide added security
Peregrine, Wild Hare Tournament Bag, Deluxe, Black
- Quilting with PVC-reinforced nylon fabric for ruggedness and protection
- Plastic base insert for stable platform, movable for flat storage or packing
- Double zip top with rubber puller, and padded shoulder strap
- Organizer with padded cell phone pocket
- Insulated bottle holder
G.P.S. Sporting Clays Backpack, Olive
- Visual I. D. storage system to identify and keep things handily organized
- Lockable heavy-duty zippers provide added security
- Hands free transportation to and from the range
Peregrine, Wild Hare Sporting Clays Bag, Premium, Hedgetweed Brown
- 1200D premium Hedgetweed Brown quilted waterproof nylon
- Holds 8-10 boxes of shells
- Additional external pockets for accessories
- Double zipper top with rubber puller
- Heavy padded shoulder straps and 3.0 mm plastic reinforced bases on all bags
Browning Bag Black and Gold Range
- 600D polyester rip stop
- Detachable shoulder strap
- Water-resistant material
- Five zippered exterior accessory pockets
- Durable and long lasting
Allen Company Shotgun shell Bag, Double Compartment, Canvas, clay or trap shooting bag for shotgun shels,Tan
- One compartment fits two standard boxes of shells
- Other compartment for spent hulls
- Rugged and durable - polyester lines and PVC trimmed for durability
- Thick belt with heavy-duty clasp
- Simple and practical design
Birchwood Casey Shell Bag with Belt - Brown Waxed Canvas, Model:BC-06812
- Durable waxed Canvas construction
- Zippered hull bag for quick unloading
- Adjustable belt strap
- Sport Type: Tactical
Uncle Mike's Deluxe Canvas Shell Pouch (Brown, One Size)
- Quality materials used
- Designed and tested for the toughest situations and environments
- Leather, reinforced bottom
- Quick release buckle
- High-denier, weather and wear-resistant Canvas construction
- Ideal companion for your next bird hunt
- Leather, reinforced bottom for years of dependable use
- Foam-backed, divided compartments holds two boxes of shells
- High-denier, weather and wear-resistant canvas construction
- Includes fully adjustable web belt with quick-release buckle
Allen Eliminator Basic Double Compartment Shooting Bag
- Molded components are strong and lightweight
- Includes four elastic loops for shotshells or choke tubes
- Adjustable belt with side-release buckle included
- Two compartments separated by a moveable divider
- Maintains shape, even when filled with shot shells
Exos Range Bag, Free Subdued USA Flag Patch Included
- Constructed of Heavy Duty 600 Denier Polyester Weather Resistant Fabric.
- Exterior MOLLE Webbing and Two Velcro Loops for Attachments or Accessories.
- Dual Zippered Velcro Opening for Full Access to the Main Compartment.
- Four External Pockets, Front Pocket with Interior Net Pocket. Two Velcro Patch Panels Located on Both Side Pockets.
- External Dimensions: 17" x 14" x 8", Main Compartment Dimensions: 12" x 8" x 8".
Julie Schenecker the Mother Who Killed Her Children - More Sad Details Today
Julie Schenecker is the woman who killed her two children by shooting them in the head. This very tragic story has more details emerging today.
Julie Schenecker and the Schenecker family were a normal family living in an upscale neighborhood in Tampa Bay, Florida. The teenagers, ages 13 and 16, were both star athletes and honor students, according to ABC News. What could have gone so wrong for their once "loving mother" to shoot them in the head?
Julie Schenecker's mother called police because she was worried about her daughter, who was depressed and sent her an email saying just how low she was feeling. Her mother lived in Texas and Julie Schenecker did not answer the phone when she tried to reach her. It was a day too late, by the time police were called Beau, 13 and Calyx, 16 had already been dead for a day.
Schenecker shot her son twice in the head as she drove him to soccer practice. She turned the car around and went home. Leaving her dead son's body in her car in the garage, she went inside where she found her daughter.
Schenecker's 16 year old daughter was doing her homework on the computer. Schenecker shot her once from close range in the back of her head. Schenecker left the children in the spots where she had shot them dead for a day as she stayed at home, calling no one or answering the phone to no one.
Schenecker's husband, Army Col. Parker Schenecker was stationed in the Middle East. This is where he learned what had happened at home. Once getting this horrific news that his wife shot his children he started his journey home.
Schenecker was refused bail when she appeared in court. She could be seen being led into the courtroom as she was visibly shaking. Once inside the courtroom she could be heard sobbing. It will be a hard sell for Schenecker to get off on an insanity plea, too much went into planning these deaths to constitute this type of plea. It can be shown that she planned to kill her children, from purchasing a gun, right down to a note she left.
It was a suicide note that Schenecker left, it was her intention to kill her two children and then herself, but the reason she did not kill herself is still unknown. The note explained all this according to ABC News.
Julie Schenecker was in the hospital with an undisclosed medical condition, one that she had before killing her children, but was released on Sunday and went back to the jail. There is no word if her husband will be joining her at her next court appearance this afternoon.