Bought mine on line. MidwayUSA.
This is a discussion on Speed strips within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anyone know who sells speed strips? I tried Gander mountain and Acadamey. Haven't tried the gun stores yet, but will....
Does anyone know who sells speed strips? I tried Gander mountain and Acadamey. Haven't tried the gun stores yet, but will.
...and Dillon Precision (the loading press folks..)
...they've got nice pouches for the belt, too...that you can carry them in...
LGS will probably be your best bet.
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Yes I will be trying the lgs but this is Sun. I do know how to google also, thank you.
Amazon. If they only sold ammo....
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Or.....You could go with something like this 2x2x2. Carries unobtrusively on your belt and with a little practice you can strip those rounds out 2 at a time pretty fast.
I got this little sucker from De Santis.
...more compact than Dillon's pouch...what holds them in 2s?
...and is there a fixed loop on the back or does it wrap around the back and snap? my speedstrip pouch has caught on something and dumped my strip a time or two...this might work better...
When I carry revolvers, I carry two speed loaders in an A.E. Nelson speed loader carrier worn upside down on my belt to reduce printing. When I unsnap it, the speed loader drops into my hand for a very quick reload.
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You can get Quick Strips at Tuff Products web store.