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Bridger Possible Bag Kit

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Product Description

In response to many requests, October Country now offers a shooting bag kit. Based upon our best selling bag, the Freetrapper, this kit contains everything you need to build a beautiful, functional shooting bag. It includes thread, a needle, pre-cut parts and complete instructions. The bag is a full 7 x 9" with a 2" gusset, a cresent pocket for inside and a 1 1/4" punched strap. A brass buckle is included. Of special note is that the front of this bag is cut using the tannery edge of the hide for extra strength and a finished appearance. Our bag kit can also be order with distressed leather for a used look and we offer tan leather also.  Made in the USA by October Country, a manufacturer of muzzleloading supplies.

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  1. A Nice Result 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jan 2018

    The Bridger Possibles Bag kit made a nice item with a few embellishments from the scraps bought at the same time. I accepted that all of the seams couldn't be hidden by turning the bag inside out, but did turn before adding the back. Worked well. Used some of the scraps to create a belt type closure. More scraps to make a cover for a brass powder flask.

  2. Good buy 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Dec 2016

    Good buy but the instructions were not for the novice. The bag looks nice.

  3. Nice Leather, Lousy Instructions 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jun 2016

    After years of making shooting bags and just not getting as nice a result as I'd like to, I found the Bridger Bag Kit. The kit comes with complete with instructions, so I figure I might actually be able to make a pouch nearly as nice as ones from October Country.

    The instructions are one side of a page, with smudged printing and tiny pictures that are poorly drawn from the start. They also describe a simple butted seam and not a turned pouch, like the Freetrapper Pouch which is the base pattern.

    The leather is outstanding though! I wish OC sold it in bulk and not just scrap pieces!

    If you have experience making pouches, this is still a great starting point. If not, just buy the Freetrapper for $13.00 more.