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Shotgun Shell Carriers

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by Red State, Aug 18, 2011.

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  1. Red State

    Red State Member

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    Which brands do you guys use? I have shot a couple of shotgun stages and always borrowed a belt and carriers from a squadmate, but I would like to get my own setup.

    What are the quality options available?
     
  2. Chris Rhines

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    I currently load weak-hand from Man Mountain Engineering carriers.

    I've also used the Brownells/Progressive Machine 4-rounders (very high quality, big, bulky, and they have some sharp edges that need dehorning) and the California Competition Works 4- and 6-rounders (lightweight, cheap, not the greatest quality but they do work, and you can get them with lots of attachment and spring options...)

    -C
     
  3. Zak Smith

    Zak Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    I'm still using the Progressive Machine ones (company is now out of business). They are good carriers.

    I saw some "Otto" ones at RM3G that looked pretty good.

    I really like having the tech locks on the back.
     
  4. chrome_austex

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    I've got some 'otto' shell caddies for weak hand loading 4 at a time. They work well enough that I'll be picking up a 3rd this weekend.
     
  5. Justin

    Justin Moderator Emeritus

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    The aluminum Mark Otto ones are the best that I've used.
     
  6. olyeller

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    man mountains are the best 4rd ones out there, period, imo.

    I dropped 1.5sec off of my 1-8-1 drill.
     
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