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DA speed loaders in the woods

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by DynaBMan, Oct 12, 2006.

  1. DynaBMan

    DynaBMan Active Member

    I have not acquired a speed loader for my Redhawk because of the noise it would make while walking in the woods. I am very particular when it comes to making a lot of racket when I am hunting. I was thinking of buying an ammo carrier for pistol ammo that would fit on my belt. Does anyone have any ideas as to how to keep a speed loader from rattling around when walking? Not sure if that can be done at all.
  2. asknight

    asknight Well-Known Member

    Put a rubber band around the cases... When you need a reload just snap it off and insert into cylinder!
  3. HiWayMan

    HiWayMan Well-Known Member

    You can also place a piece of foam in the bottom of your speed loader case.

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