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Moon Clip Container

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by General Geoff, Aug 29, 2008.

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  1. General Geoff

    General Geoff Member

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    So I'm looking at these moon clips, I just stacked them up and the stack is a few inches high. The thought occurred to me: Why not use old Pog (milk cap) containers? Anyone tried this? I have some pogs from my early childhood stuffed somewhere in the basement, and I'm thinking the containers for the milk caps would be the perfect size for my 10mm/.40S&W moon clips just as extras stacked together, or possibly even as an ammo holder for carry (with some modification). I remember that I have one that opens laterally so that I could access all the different clips (loaded or not) with the container open.
     
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    So how hard is it going to be to partition those pog containers off for the half moon clips and 1/3 moon clips? :)

    I keep mine loaded or in a freezer bag so they don't get misplaced.
     
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    I don't use 1/2 and 1/3 moon clips so that won't be an issue. :D
     
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    I only use full moonclips, and the spares that aren't kept loaded are threaded onto a piece of beaded key chain.
     
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    WalMart has a little $2 camera case that fits on your belt and holds 6 loaded moon clips very nicely and conceals well. And even if someone notices it, it just looks like a camera case.

    It works well for .38 special or .357 speedloaders too.

    The empty moonclips I just keep in the top compartment of the ammo box that has my de-mooner and spare ammo. I try not to have too many empties. After a day at the range I load them back up and layer them in the ammo box.
     
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