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pellet pouch expense.

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Critanime, May 28, 2015.

  1. Critanime

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    So I have been looking at pellet pouches to help me when walking around wooded areas at the local club. But they seen very expensive for what they are. Been looking at army surplus stores and come across some Yugoslavian ammo pouches. Seem a bit overkill, in terms of size, but for the price of a single pellet pouch you get two thick leather pouches.

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    Does anyone else use army surplus stuff? Or have a cheap way if storing pellets, preferably on a belt.
     
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    gasman It tasted like chicken

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    How much are the ones you been looking at?
     
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    [​IMG]These are handy for when your using a single shot rifle £6.99 from uttings but if that seems to pricey you can make one using a old wellie boot
     
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    I have made a few of these. They are vey good. My preferred material was a thick army roll mat. It was around 10mm thick, quite dense foam. It gave the pellets quite a bit of protection too.
     
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    Nice!

    This is why I like asking. I have run around in circles for days and ended up looking to molle and webbing pouches.

    This is the one I have seen.

    http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/130783203288?nav=SEARCH

    Its because I use my rifle and pistol so figured keep them in separate pouches seen as my rifle is .22 and my pistol .177.
    Someone lent me one. I ended up having to refil it often because when I get into the zone I just don't stop Lol.
     
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    gasman It tasted like chicken

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    Dude your thinking to much lol, when you going to be running around with both?
    i have to say the mk1 pocket servid me well for years, I do use a willson pellet pouch now for ease when shooting hft
     
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    Lol who knows what I get upto when i run around with them both ;) But on a serious note just seen a vid with those ones I linked. It's huge lol. Maybe try the smaller one.
     
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    or use a small camera pouch from local poundshops
     
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    Thats the first places I tried. The one in the Ridings had something but missed the belt hoop. The rest have stuff that looked like they would fall apart within a day. Gonna try the army surplus place down the side of Trinity.
     
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    gasman It tasted like chicken

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    I always try the best thing first,coz your just end up buying that in the end anyways, so your save money in the long run
     
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    Iv always used my pocket but recently someone gave me a little h&n sport pellet case and I have been using it but when it breaks it back to my pocket atb
     
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    gasman It tasted like chicken

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    Left pocket .22 and the right .177 :up:
     
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    What's .22 lol
     
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    I did use that s****y little pocket on my jeans. But that was a pain when I had to go chase them down a seam.
     
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    gasman It tasted like chicken

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    And forgot .20 in your pants:rolleyes:
     
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    Bit optimistic there ;)
     
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    You'd get confused what's what mate lol
     
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    I know this an old topic, but one that given its age has a few better and interesting Ideas on either a DIY or bought pellet pouch/holder.

    I have been looking online and their seems to a load of S**t for £10! Not that I’m a tight arse or anything(far from it really) but begrudge to pay £10 for a “posing pouch”.

    Any updates, thoughts welcome




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