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What accessory for stripper clips?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by kingpin008, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. kingpin008

    kingpin008 Well-Known Member

    Hey fellas - I'm sitting here loading up a bunch of stripper clips, getting ready for a range trip I'll be taking soon - and I realized, I have no good way to carry these things around.

    What options do I have to cart these around with me when I hit the range? I don't have space for them in my rifle case and I don't think I have that many pockets, heh.

    What did the soldiers who carried the SKS use? I can imagine some sort of bandoleer would be ideal.
  2. SigfanUSAF

    SigfanUSAF Well-Known Member

  3. kingpin008

    kingpin008 Well-Known Member

    Well would ya look at that! I knew there had to be some sorta rig to hold 'em.

  4. Bwana John

    Bwana John Well-Known Member

  5. DMK

    DMK Well-Known Member

    I use those Chinese bandoliers. They work great.

    Also a hand grenade pouch will hold 50 rounds in each pocket. I picked up some rain cammo East German ones with three pockets for dirt cheap and they hold 150 rounds on strippers.

    Another option is one of those small plastic organizer tubs you get in Lowes or Home Depot. I have on of those (maybe quart sized?) that holds a couple hundred rounds.
  6. Cannonball888

    Cannonball888 Well-Known Member

    You can get a chairman Mao range bag to go with it. ;)

  7. Hoppy590

    Hoppy590 Well-Known Member

    where do you get the mao bag? that would be nice for my t53's
  8. Black Majik

    Black Majik Well-Known Member

    Dang, why'd I click this thread. The main page said:

    "What accessory for stripper"


    +1 to everyone else, you can find some cheap bandoleers. Gunshows usually has em'. It's between the beanie babies and beef jerky vendors.
  9. JediJJJ

    JediJJJ Well-Known Member

    The Mao bag is available at Sportsmans Guide and CTD. I have a couple I use to haul range supplies.
  10. 223_AR

    223_AR Well-Known Member

    I allways just loaded up the stripper clips and threw them in a old ammo tin, worked just fine.
  11. Swampy

    Swampy Well-Known Member

    Understandable mistake..... It was just a few years ago that I found out a "stripper clip" was NOT a device for attaching dollar bills to a Gee-String......

    Boy was I embarassed........

    Best to all,
  12. foghornl

    foghornl Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I was thinking a big handful of $1 bills.....:evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

    I have 2 of the leather double-pouch thingys for my Mosin-Nagant stripper clips (bought from Tapco). Each pouch holds 3 clips (15 rounds), so with each double pouch I have 30 rounds on hand.

    Haven't found anything yet for the SKS "strippers", though
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2007
  13. minutemen1776

    minutemen1776 Well-Known Member

    I use a pair of 7-pocket M16 bandoleers to carry my SKS clips. They're made to carry seven 20-round M16 mags, but each pocket holds a pair of 10-round SKS clips just fine.
  14. Deer Hunter

    Deer Hunter Well-Known Member

    A thread about strippers, started by a fan of Mindless Self Indulgence? What's The High Road coming to?

    J&G Sales usually has cotton bandoliers for around a buck a piece for the good ones.
  15. pdowg881

    pdowg881 Well-Known Member

    What's the deaL with the pouch my Yugo SKS came with. Doesn't fit stripper clips so what's it made to hold?
  16. Hoppy590

    Hoppy590 Well-Known Member

    oiler and some string i believe. these are in adition to the tool kit in the stock
  17. Hoppy590

    Hoppy590 Well-Known Member

    *oops. double tap.
  18. kingpin008

    kingpin008 Well-Known Member

    Deer Hunter said:
    Haha! You're the first person who's known where that quote is from!

    And about the post - I like to think I bring a little excitement to the board, heh!

    Thanks for all the replies, guys. Sorry if the subject line got anyone needlessly worked up! :D

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