This is a discussion on Spill Pouch within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anyone know where I can get a good spill pouch to carry my .38 ammo? Thanks...
Does anyone know where I can get a good spill pouch to carry my .38 ammo?
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Thanks guys but that isn't exactly what I am looking for. I have seen six round leather pouches that slide onto your belt.
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I've been looking for maybe a used Hume or something to pop up...but this guy is on the forum...
I'm betting a PLAIN leather would look much better than the basketweave he has posted.
EDITED TO ADD-looks like this pouch does not "spill" like you need, my mistake. I added links to a DeSantis rig in the next post of mine.
Last edited by sheepdog; December 25th, 2007 at 09:19 AM. Reason: new info on correct product
What Would Gumby Do?
Back when I carried a S&W 66, I used a LEO style dump pouch. It was basket weaved & held 6 rounds. You unsnap it & the pouch would tip forward dumping the rounds into your hand. I used it for carrying a Zippo after I went to semi-autos. (I just removed the metal liner & the Zippo fit great!
The best place to look would be a police supply that carries used stuff. These can also be found at gun shows. They should be VERY CHEAP in price, since most agencies have gone to autos....they'll be getting rid of the surplus 6 gun stuff.
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DeSantis makes a 2x2x2 and a 3x3 version.
About 30 bucks, and they dump the rounds.
What Would Gumby Do?
Lots of times you can find them used in gunshops that have a bin of old used holsters and gear and such. I got mine that way, as well as some other treasures, and probably paid a dollar for it.
I carry a dump pouch from Dillon.
It's made to fit a loaded Bianchi Speed Strip, but it works just as well with loose rounds.
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