For normal use, this is fine. For competition, probably not.To not look "gunny" I use a Lowe Pro Digital Camera Case and stack two speedloaders. I find the HKS brand of Speedloader works best for this.
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It wasn't specified that these were for "competition", or if it was I missed it due to being overworked and tired.For normal use, this is fine. For competition, probably not.
Yeah, you missed it. He said he wanted to try his hand at competition. I have never shot in competition, but I had just read the IDPA rules on holsters and speed loader carriers the prior day and didn't think Lowes would be allowed.It wasn't specified that these were for "competition", or if it was I missed it due to being overworked and tired.
I looked at it as, wanting to carry a reload or two while carrying a revolver concealed. Have a nice day. Oh, and by the way, there ain't nothing "normal" about an armed encounter.
I have one of these for my K-frame speedloaders, works very well for CC, not sure it would be good for competition.Don Hume makes a Speed Loader carrier that works great for cc.
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