A simple voyage into a gun locker goes past the stops!
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    I too save all my Crown Royal bags. Great for carrying ammo and guns.

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    An update! Yesterday morning I was reading Rule303's comments which had me snickering as I drank my coffee, but suddenly, like an emergency signal flare going off in my brain, I realized that when I was going though all my items a few days back, I did not see a spare after-market magazine for a High Standard Sport King 22LR pistol. I can't explain the delayed response, but it was a full-on search for most of the day as I visited and revisited any and every gun related storage receptacle I own, nothing found! I even contacted my son to see if it might have turned up at his house as he's packing for a move and I've left my arsenal with him when out of town for vacations, nothing. Finally at the end of the day, exhausted, frustrated and borderline angry, I threw in the towel and watched recorded episodes of "Live PD" from this past weekend. As I began to relax, I methodically went through my search activities to-date, trying to come up with a spot, any spot that I had missed. Then something came to me as a possible search location, but I was too tired to deal with it then, it would have to wait for this morning when temps were cool. In my garage I have boxes with long gun sleeves and zippered handgun rugs in storage. My hope was that at sometime in the past, I might have packed the spare mag in a gun rug with the pistol and forgot about it. A long shot, but something to check. After breakfast I told my wife I'd be in the garage for awhile, vainly searching for the lost magazine. The box to be searched holds between 25 and 30 rugs, I began to unzip them one at a time and believe it or not, the very last one in the bottom of the box, stuck deep inside was the missing magazine, WHOOO HOOOO! Yesterday as I roiled in defeat, I thought to myself it's no big deal, just buy another one and be done with it. As I looked at all the go-to sites for spare mags, I found that the cheapest available was $42 bucks, YIKES! That was depressing, but it also gave me reason to keep searching and I'm glad I did!
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    For the record, the Crown Royal bag was given to me by a friend, Empty!
    I don't ever recall drinking any Crown Royal in my lifetime.
    But then again, I haven't consumed any whiskey for nearly 30 years, so I might have had some Crown Royal, and just don't remember.
    The bag has held pistol grips in it ever since I got it.
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    Gregory, I'm in the same boat, I don't know where I found this bag, but it was empty when I got it and I too can't recall ever drinking Crown Royal! On the other hand, if Jim Beam came in a bag, I'd have enough sacks to fill a cotton trailer!
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    Can't remember drinking????? Hhhhmmmm,
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