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At 40 bucks, I would say it's kinda pricey. compare it to less than $10for a belt that holds 20 to 25 rounds. Less cost might make me try one.
 

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At 40 bucks, I would say it's kinda pricey. compare it to less than $10for a belt that holds 20 to 25 rounds. Less cost might make me try one.
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it is a good idea for sure, but i can't see where it's
any more useful than a belt or vest or pockets.
most folks that have singles don't (usually) need
a speedy second shot. i have an auto-5 and an M-1 Super 90 for that.


then,. . . . there's this guy. . .
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Opz0160v6mk
 

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I like it because your following shell will come from the same location every time, training like that might speed up the following shots..
 

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it is a neat doo-dad for sure
 

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Bulky, costly and I can fill my pockets a lot quicker than I can fill it. I think I will just stick to my coat pocket or fanny pack. Pockets also allow me the option of having access to different loads such as slugs and buck shot in separate pockets. Besides if I was in that much of a hurry I wouldn't be shooting a single shot.
 

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Seems like a good idea, but, if you notice, he had a tough time getting the other rounds out, A pocket or a good shotgun belt would be faster and more efficient in MY opinion. I use a shotgun belt and can get reload/shots off in about 2 seconds.
 
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