How to carry speedloader for revo

How to carry speedloader for revo

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    How to carry speedloader for revo

    How or where is the best way to carry that xtra ammo you will need


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    Speedloader pouch, Uncle Mike's, HKS.

    Honestly though, I normally carry a Bianchi Speed strip when I need a reload for a J Frame. I'll carry actual speed loaders for full sized revolvers however.

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    Euc hit it on the head i have heard guys will get a piece of pve sized just little larger than bottom of speed loader that bullets will slide into and out of to make the speed loader a full diameter ..Supposedly makes it easyer to carry i dont see how

    Also i forget who but one of the leather makers make a Speedloader holder that 3 of the rounds are iwb 3 owb so no wider than a mag

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    When I carried SP-101 I had usually just one loader in pocket of vest - only 5 rounds and being a Comp II was not too large.

    Pouches are good but I have Leatherman and E1e on left belt so - always a prob with speedloaders. Now if spare mag for SIG - pocket of pants will do.
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    Yeah carrying those reloads for a wheelgun is kind of rough. That's why I settled for the idea of carrying one gun of both formats most of the time. Just takes all the guesswork out of it.

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    I use the Safariland metal clip style holder for a single carrier.
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    I carry a Bianchi Speed Strip in a Don Hume drop pouch on my offside(found it on ebay). It's not nearly as fast as a speedloader but it beats no reload at all. When the weather gets cooler and I switch to my M66 I'll be carrying a speedloader instead. To me it's easier to conceal that sort of bulk if it's positioned around 10:30 - 11:00 instead of 9:00, for right handed shooters. Dunlop disease helps here .

    Most leather crafters offer speedloader carriers but it's a bit harder to find speedstrip or drop pouches. I know Matt Del Fatti makes them & he "might" also be the one who offers that iwb/owb speedloader carrier Bud mentioned, not positive though.
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    Yes I do build quite a few wheel gun holsters and accessories. On my web site I have representative photos of most but not all the carriers I build.

    engineer685, I hope that gives you some ideas on what might work best for you.

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    +1 on the Speed strips!

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    DeSantis makes a nifty speedloader pouch.

    http://www.rfholsters.com/rfholsters...%5Fid=DS%2DA35


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    Saf metal for K&L, and Desantis split for K&L + N.

    I know Matt makes the stuff, but at my age, I do not buy green bananas, let lone order something that is a year out.
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