Double Speedloader Carrier Recommendations?


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The_Shootist
October 10, 2010, 03:45 PM
Did a search under Accessories and under the Revolver Section but nothing popped out. Misplaced a nylon S/L carrier I had...so...

I'm looking for a double speedloader carrier, so far the best candidate looks like a rig from El Paso Saddlery .

But I'm open to other opinions. I already have a flat wallet type carrier that would carry either single rounds or a couple of speed strips, but I'm better with speedloaders.

Any recommendations?

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joe_security
October 10, 2010, 04:01 PM
What size belt do you want it for ? Maybe the Safariland 371 for regular belts or 370 for duty belts.

SharpsDressedMan
October 10, 2010, 05:09 PM
Safariland used to make one that had the speedloader straddling the top of belt, and was simple and compact, basically wrapping the speedloader on to the belt. Don't know if they still make them.

The_Shootist
October 10, 2010, 09:17 PM
I've bought from Safariland before - I'll check them out.

Dirty Bob
October 10, 2010, 09:58 PM
I'm working on a double speedloader pouch that stacks the two speedloaders vertically. The trick is getting access to the lower loader after using the first one. I'm thinking of a solid bottom section for the lower speedloader, with the upper half closed by two pieces of leather that come together and are closed by the flap. I don't have time right now to work on this project, but I'm hoping to do so over the Christmas holidays, when the semester finally ends.

I might have to reduce the size of the knob of the lower HKS speedloader, to let it pass between the rounds of the upper speedloader.

Regards,
Dirty Bob

joe_security
October 10, 2010, 10:42 PM
Copquest.com has most of the Safarilands in stock. Some are metal devices, no leather involved. I think the 371 is the one that SharpsDressedMan mentioned. 371s are singles for belts 1 1/2 or 1 3/4".

Matt 357
November 12, 2010, 02:01 PM
I have Comp II speedloaders for my 357. Anyone know if they will fit in the Bianchi Accumold pouches? I have an Accumold holster and belt and would like them to match.

Dave_in_Fairview_Park
November 15, 2010, 06:16 PM
I went with the HKS Universal Double Speedloader Pouch Nylon/price and weight.

At first I was thinking 4 or 6 Speedloaders....Well I made a belt with 13 Pouch's & 26 Speedloaders,you can carry it,throw it around,they don't fall out.



Safariland COMP-2 Revolver Speedloader
HKS Revolver Speedloader/Manufacturer #: 10-A

These 26 Speedloaders fill up the -(13) HKS Universal Double Speedloader Pouch Nylon Black-on the Ammo Belt.

Gunner4h1r3
November 15, 2010, 08:19 PM
I carry two single speedloader pouches or speedloader "clips" made by Safariland. I believe they are called the "Split Six" in that it sits on top of your belt straddling it as someone has already mentioned. I know the leather pouches mainly fit the Safariland loaders but the clips will accept loaders up to and including L frames/GP-100 loaders and 5 shot .44 loaders. After looking at various makes and models of loader pouches I have found these to be the least bulky and extremely concealable. I use them mainly with my SP-101 and my S&W 638.

Hartford71
November 16, 2010, 02:53 PM
5 Star Firearms sells double pouches http://www.5starfirearms.com/leather.html (roll your cursor over the pouches and they open up)

aryfrosty
November 16, 2010, 04:44 PM
Another two sources are Dillon Precision and Midway.

Dave_in_Fairview_Park
November 16, 2010, 06:13 PM
5 Star Firearms sells double pouches http://www.5starfirearms.com/leather.html (roll your cursor over the pouches and they open up)
Hartford71...price a bit high,but they are pretty.
Singles ONLY $39.95

Doubles ONLY $69.95

ok for a walk down the runway,they might get beat up if you are crawling around the urban jungle

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