We've all left important stuff at home before: Spotting scope, fresh brick of ammo, screwdriver, pigeon thrower... Some little - some not so little (like when I put a boat in the water and left the skis in my garage - but that's another thread for another board). I'm interested in pooling some shared tips here (and maybe some laughable fails) about little things we've learned over the years to keep in the shooting box, or just things we do at the range, that make our buddies say "what a great idea!" Just a few for me: - Masking tape and a black felt tip pen in the jacket pocket for quick target repairs. - 100 feet of cheap nylon rope to drag out 3 times because pacing off 100 yards can vary (a lot) over snags and ditches, etc. - Disposable plastic/rubber gloves to handle sandwiches and apples in the woods when fingers are black with lead. - Extra earplugs and $3 Harbor Freight safety glasses for friends who forgot. What are some of yours?