The Armageddon Gear Hunt -Possibles Bag was easier to create than to name. This style bag has been used since the 18th century by frontiersmen, trappers, rangers, explorers, and hunters that crossed over the Mississippi to head west. Over the years this style of bag has been called many things. Originally it was called a Bullet Pouch or Hunting Bag. Used to carry the essential tools to operate a muzzle loader, fire starters, knives, and other small necessities. Later it became known as a possibles bag, which according to research was a larger bag typically carried by horse for camp items as well as furs. Waterfowlers have called this a Ditty bag which was originally a bag carried by seamen for their personal effects as well as tools. So, we have chosen to call this product…The possibles bag, since its possibilities are numerous.
Let’s start by addressing the elephant in the room. You will have a jackass friend that at some point in time is going to say, “nice purse”. To which you will simply reply, “Thanks!…..” Insert appropriate trash name for your friend.
The Possibles bag is perfect for hunting scenarios where you are going afield and don’t need to pack in heavy. This compact bag will keep you organized with one pocket on the exterior rear of the bag, one zippered pocket on the interior of the bag, two internal pouches to keep items separated and stored in their proper place as well as the main compartment which can store shotshells, bullets, binoculars, or other larger items that you need to carry. The leather strap attaches to a magnet closure for quick access to the main compartment.
For Waterfowlers and Dove hunters this will carry 2 to 3 boxes of shells depending upon gage. For muzzle loader hunters this is the perfect way to stay organized without having to dig to find exactly what you need. For rifle hunters or bowhunters that are going in light and don’t need a pack the Possibles Bag is big enough to keep your accessories ready and organized.
Care: Clean off dirt and debris with a horsehair brush, wipe clean with a damp rag. You can use Rebel Rooster wax to retreat wax finish as needed.