Saturday, February 22, 2014
I got this idea in the middle of my nieces birthday party and went right home and had this done in about 30 minutes. At first I did not have the side gusset material which made getting to the ammo a little difficult. Once the gusset was added I had more than enough room to grab a hand full of .22 shells to reload. This is perfect for target shooting, especially when you are going through round after round. I would say that this can hold up to 500 shells at a time.
This is currently my second shell bag that is great for taking along with you to the trap or skeet range. It can hold up to 100 shells or more and is equipped with a convenient carrying strap as well as a synch cord to keep your shells contained.
Here is a new satchel or briefcase that have designed to be used for business or travel. These cost over $125 in materials alone to make but can be sold for as much as $600-$700 or more. The is a new line of leather products that I would like to branch off into. I plan on making different versions of this satchel and also adding a chocolate brown leather option as well. This particular satchel is my first and I couldn't be more happy with it. It contains a divider to separate any books or clothes. The 1 1/4 straps keep everything secure and 4 leather punched circles fastened with rivets keep the bottom free from wear and scratches. This satchel contains over 40 copper rivets that will keep this rugged piece lasting for generations.