Attention revolver carriers: three-speedloader pouch?

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    Attention revolver carriers: three-speedloader pouch?

    Was pokin' around on the internet today looking at all things firearms-related and I came across these numbers:





    What do you guys think? I feel like if you wore that chunker on your belt people would definitely be asking what's in it and it would be tough to explain... does anyone have one of these? What do you think of them? They're a hundred smackers... not the cheapest pouch in the world. Here's the website:

    Frontier Leather Works Accessories

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    I think you could find a nylon pouch for less than $25 or less.
    If you wear it under your shirt it would not be a problem.
    I carry 1 speedloader and one strip when I carry one of the revolvers
    One in the cargo pocket weak side one in front pocket weak side.

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    Tuff strips

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    I carry a speed loader carrier from A.E. Nelson upside down on my belt so it doesn't print and the speed loader drops into my hand when I un-snap one side.

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    Very nice looking but also pricy. I got one at Midwest that holes two speed loaders made out of nylon, doesn't look any where that nice, but also nowhere near the price.

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    The Speed Strips are slower for me to use, but easier to carry unobtrusively. They disappear in a pocket.

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    Does it have dividers in it to hold the two up when you take one out? Does not make me think gun as soon as I see it. If there is a leather shop near you bet you could have some made cheaper than that. Don't care for the flap fastener so much.

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    Nice looking.

    I could get a very nice holster for a hundred bucks, so I would probably pass on these.

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    Some of us like classy stuff... I like them holders... a way to carry speed loaders. I think they are nice. I want one......

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    Yeah I know that speed strips are exponentially easier to conceal, but I just have been looking for some way to carry speedloaders (so far the "split six" way is the best I've found... where the rounds are split 3 and 3 or 3 and 4 whatever across your belt, less bulky that way), just to entertain the idea and see what is possible. I guess I'm nerdy that way. Besides, I want to start carrying a revolver as soon as I can afford a nice one, so it's practical for me too, and I want to practice reloading with speedloaders. I just ran across this and wanted to know what you guys think. What would say if someone asked you "hey what's in the pouch?" Because you know people are nosey jerks and someone always asks...

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    That looks really nice, but WOW the price! I payed about $15 each including shipping for a couple of G&G duty speed-loader holsters.
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    I think it looks great. I like the idea of carrying open, but disguised. So many folks carry so many different electronics and such on belts that I don't think this would be a big deal other than it looks so good.
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    I carry two HKS speed loaders in a Ramora magazine pouch. The pouch
    rounds out perfectly for two. I can carry it in my pants pocket with little or no print. They go with the S&W model 66 I carry concealed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pignut View Post
    Does it have dividers in it to hold the two up when you take one out?
    This is the first thing I thought of too. If there is nothing in there to make sure the loaders stay properly positioned, you might as well just drop them in your pocket... especially at that price. The toggle clasp would also be a deal breaker for me. When (if) I ever need a speedloader, I want fast access without the need for fine motor control in the heat of battle. A simple silver snap would suffice.

    They do look pretty though, I'll give 'em that much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtv View Post
    This is the first thing I thought of too. If there is nothing in there to make sure the loaders stay properly positioned, you might as well just drop them in your pocket... especially at that price. The toggle clasp would also be a deal breaker for me. When (if) I ever need a speedloader, I want fast access without the need for fine motor control in the heat of battle. A simple silver snap would suffice.

    They do look pretty though, I'll give 'em that much!
    Very well said.

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