Lost & Found
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Not sure on this one. The Black Arrow that took out Smaug? Cleaning rod? Flechette from a cannister round?
More staplers. A lot of these get left behind.
Ambico brand camera/spotting scope tripod
Nickel plated cases
Nickel-plated handgun cases. At least one bag is .38 special.
65 mm lens cap
Grey (possibly blue) hoodie
Two rifle slings
Celestron spotting scope
Nickel plated cases
Bluetooth speaker, no brand or model information anywere that we can see.
Front rest, brand unknown
Small Buffalo brand combination lock
Caldwell front rest
Small caliber gun loudener.
GoPro gear case with various components. Alas, no camera.
Carry bag for an Atlas Suspension System from Eagles Nest Outfitters. (Trying to think of something funny for this one, but all I’m coming up with is ‘marble bag’. I need a coffee.)
Looks like a long action magazine for a Mossberg Patriot. Could also be one of them fancy new Pez dispensers too, it’s up in the air…
This one contained some 12 ga target loads.
Looks like a piece from a Little Tykes Big Waffle Block set (kidding, we know it’s a reloading tray 😉 )
Dog bowl? Early design Brodie helmet? Gold pan? Your guess is as good as ours.
Purple Contigo water bottle.
Martin Deerline water bottle. Wait…golf?? Why, golf courses are the deliberate misuse of perfectly good gun ranges. We’re giving you an earful when you pick this up.
Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation toque and mitts.
Hornady Delta Rest. These are actually pretty cool, we hope this one finds its way home.
Costco egg crate. Hold up – the description I got says ‘pistol case foam liner’. That actually makes more sense, so we’ll go with that.
Snazzy jacket. The description I received said ‘green’, but again – this looks grey to me. Is it this light? <looks up>
DCM hoodie. The description I received says ‘brown’ but this looks grey to my old eyes…
MAC tools bag containing these pictured items. There was a full sized teddy bear, a bag of french fries, and a ukelele in there too. We ate the fries and are playing the ukelele for the bear, so we’re keeping those.
Folding blue chair previously owned by Perry the Platypus. Well not really, but it is blue.
MTM Case-Gard P-100-9 ammo box with some depleted uranium 9 mm cartridges. (Kidding on the DPU, made ya look though…)
The keys to our heart. And maybe your vehicle. Or your house. And, seemingly, a buncha locks…
Combination trigger lock. We hear the combo’s ‘666’ but we weren’t brave enough to test that. Please bring a young priest and an old priest and take this thing off our hands!
Soft case for rifles or very long submarine sandwiches.
The one might be an egg crate. Or aneochoic baffling. Or some sort of mancala board. We’re unsure.
We have a plethora, a veritable omnigathering we daresay, of staplers that have stayed behind. Check your range box to see if yours is missing – we might have it!
Could also be a set of steampunk monacles – we could go either way on this one. We’re waiting for a ruling from K.W. Jeter before making up our minds.
We’re left wondering on this one: what kind of shenanigans involve…? Y’know what, nevermind – we’re not judging.
Could also be an audiophile’s shoelaces. We’re torn on this one.
Have your groups opened up significantly? Has driving to the range gotten noticeably more challenging? You might be missing your specs!
Might also be a pirate’s eye patch. We’re waiting for a coordinating peg leg to turn up for confirmation on this one.
Various gongs. And, apparently, a tire iron.
If you have a Caldwell chrony and have been out to the range with it – check your kit. Some of your parts may have stayed for a little more range time when you headed home.