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G-Code Bang Box

The Bang Box is a small multipurpose transportable storage device that was designed to allow the user to carry as much loose ammo as needed without taking an entire box/crate with them or having to generate a bunch of trash at the range. It’s also a handy way to carry your brass home.

G-Code has this to say:

For most range sessions 2-300 rounds is just about right. Prior to going out strip the rounds from their cardboard and paper packaging and loose pack them in the Bang Box. This eliminates any trash out on the range. The wide mouth of the Bang Box makes it easy to get your big meat hooks in on your ammo supply for an easy day reloading your mags. To keep track of your lots there is a pocket sewn on the inside of the lid and the Velcro strip on the top outside of the lid is perfect for placement of one of our PVC caliber patches.

Additionally, there are no sharp corners on the bag’s Kydex base and they include an adjustable shoulder strap. As you can see there are several color combinations to choose from.

Keep in mind that the Bang Box can also be used for cleaning gear, spare parts or anything else that you can think of.



25 Responses to “G-Code Bang Box”

  1. Grady Burrell says:

    Tactical Tupperware, Brilliant!

  2. Christopher says:

    Tactical Tupperware, that has a nice ring to it. I do like storage idea and would probably next nicely in a ammo can or range bag.

  3. Burdy says:

    Not sure why I like these so much, so simple, but these are really, really cool. Going to buy a few myself. Well done.

  4. Burdy says:

    .300 BLK would be a nice addition, please.

  5. PPGMD says:

    Makes no sense to me. You can get a pack of 10 Dillon boxes for less than $15 in most calibers. It might not be tactical, but they are a whole lot more practical.

    • Gamerz... says:

      Does G-CODE Code go to your spot behind 7-11 and slap dicks out of your mouth? What the fuck is wrong with you?

      • 18Derp says:

        Don’t be too hard at him. The hivemind of “everything as cheap as possible” from thefirearmblog is leaking over to here.

        Read the comments on this product over there if you want eye cancer.

        • Steak TarTar says:

          Goodness gracious, I should have stayed away. Almost as bad as fox news comment sections

      • Tim says:

        In all fairness $30 is kind of a lot for something that offers little added functionality over some cheapo tupperware boxes. I’m sure gcode is charging a price that relates to their material cost, labor, and such but ultimately you don’t get much value out of having cordura or nice ykk zippers or velcro on your ammo box.

        • PPGMD says:

          Exactly it seems nicely made. But I don’t see the value other other competing products that are cheaper.

          Heaven forbid someone criticize a product.

          • Villainous Scum says:

            You didn’t criticize it, you shilled for another brand.

            • Tim says:

              God forbid you mention a competitor’s product in the comments section. I guess I must be a paid tupperware shill then…

      • Steve B says:

        You, sir, have just won the internet with that post. What is it with people? If you don’t like the product, price, etc. then don’t buy it. This isn’t that complicated.

  6. pigmypuncher says:

    Anyone have the actual measurements? All I can find on the internet is the same press release, and I couldn’t find it on Gcode web site either… digging loose rounds out of a bag isn’t my idea of an improvement over a box with the rounds already oriented for easy pick up – but if i can fit loaded mags in there…

  7. historia says:

    Wow some of the responses too funny.
    Great innovation, original idea, new employment of a Kydex bottom.
    I understand you are only limited by your imagination as to what you can put you ammo in people. If this works for you great, and great for G-code. If you keep you 9mm in old peanut butter jars, also great. Don’t shit on their creativity. Go team capitalism

    • Bill says:

      It’s a nylon box with a zipper. For carrying ammo. I’d probably use it for compact cameras and other photo equipment. THAT is stuff that needs protection and organization, and that I’ll spend this kind of money on, when freezer bags or “gasp” ammo cans seem to work swimmingly for ammo.

      “Team Capitalism” also brought us the Popeil Pocket Fisherman.

  8. Tim says:

    Okay, how creative is this exactly? For christ sakes it’s basically a toiletries bag. If you want one more power to you but let’s not pretend g-code is discovering fire.

    • Steak TarTar says:

      who pissed in your cheerios?

    • SSD says:

      Nobody has. For some reason there’s this backlash in our country against capitalism. They built a product. There’s nothing wrong with it.

  9. JKifer says:

    Just throw your dunnage (is that how you spell that shit) into the burn barrel and celebrate your inner eco/operator….

  10. Diddler says:

    I’m pretty sure the reason that junior enlisted exist is to pick up refuse from the range. Seriously though, part of me thinks, “that is pretty neat, must has a few,” while the other part of me says, “enough time to pick up hundreds of pieces of brass, but can’t throw a few packages in the garbage?”

  11. reader says: