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    I'm a little late jumping into this thread, but here's what worked for me. I got a faux leather bag at a camera store. It was supposed to hold a rather large telephoto lens for a medium format camera. It has a draw string cord and measures 4 in. in diameter and is 9 in. long. I filled it with pennies and it works great. The leatherette does not scratch a print. Anything smaller may not hold your prints firmly enough.

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    I don't bother with a shot bag. a couple of full 9mm Browning clips do the job.
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    I have seen inexpensive wrist and ankle weighs, made for excercising that contained packets of metal shot for weight. These would be ideal and much cheaper than anything that was made for the purpose. I'm going to look for these for myself.
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
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