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Shotgun shell holders/speedloaders

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by TeamPrecisionIT, Oct 10, 2010.

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  1. TeamPrecisionIT

    TeamPrecisionIT Member

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    Hello everyone,

    Today while shooting 3-gun I had a little bit of a gear bobble. I am using the choate shellholders/speedloaders or whatever they are called. To clarify, they are the block shaped carriers which hold your shells oriented correctly so that you can much more efficiently then from a pocket.

    Now, back to my issue. What happened today was that in the running and gunning portions, my shells kept falling out onto the ground due to how little these things hold them in.

    So I either want to replace them or modify them. What do you guys suggest? And where would I be able to get them. They seem pretty hard to come by.

    Thank you,

    Damian
     
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  2. Hoser

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    Mark Otto makes a version of these that wont allow the rounds to bounce out. Kind of his take on the progressive machine and tool strippers.

    www.3gunstuff.com
     
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    Might have to order a few of those.....they dont look to bad for a static guard duty option
     
  4. SDC

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    A simple fix for this is simply a strip of that foam material they sell to insulate your pipes (to stop them from freezing in the winter, not that you southern folk have to deal with that); cut a strip and glue it to one side of the carrier, so it stops the shells from jiggling out of the carrier during movement, but they're still easy to strip out with one hand. HTH.
     
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