I have a bag like this for every straight wall cartridge I load for. The 45/70 bag is huge. (made from a wine carrying case)
The exception is the 30-30 bag. (bottle neck cartridge)
Everything you need to load a those cases several times.
There are 50 empty cases, my belt holds 55 more. It shows 300 primers, there are 500 there. The powder (IMR4895) is way more than I can load these cases over and over again. Even have some for other boomers
The red box in the lower right corner is a Lee classic loader kit. Everything you need to reload except the mallet (which is shown) is in that box. You can chuck the box for more room. The instruction sheet gives you loads and proper sizing info.
(History lesson alert) The reason they call it a classic kit is in 1873 when the US Army started to issue trap door Springfield rifles, they did not issue ammo. They issued a kit in a box, cases, primers, powder. The lead was stored on the chuck wagon (food wagon).
The main reason Custer lost was because they ran out of ammo. 211 of them still kilt 1/3 of the 2100 braves that attacked them with pistol caliber rifles.
LQQK an analog caliber. The Harbor Freight ones are fragile. I do not know if RCBS even makes them any more. I got this one at a gun show for $5.
The bag is a $3 thrift store find. It is a shoulder bag. You want a long strap.
The mold & ladle are optional. You can dump any bullet you want to in the bag, they just add weight. I can liberate wheel weights from cars and load to my hearts content. Lead melts at 650 degrees. A good camp fire gets hotter than that.
In the Patriot, Martin melts his dead son's pewter army men and shoots them at the red coats. It takes a hotter heat to melt pewter than wheel weight lead.
Sizing lube and boolit lube are the two tubes next to the kit.
The sand paper is to keep the fired cases from getting to long. With practice you can spin a cartridge face on that paper and shorten tot he right size.
Some folks use a Lee case trimmer. Im saving weight. If you are new to reloaded, buy the Lee case trimmer.
With this bag and my 1949 Winchester model 94. I can didi mao is a heart beat and survive in the woods all around here for months.