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Pellet Pouch

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by skull collector, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. skull collector

    skull collector Member

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    My girlfriend and I have recently started shooting at an air rifle field target club, one of the things we needed was somewhere to store the pellets while on the range. Where I can I do like to add the personal touch and make things myself. I have made 3 or 4 knife sheaths but this is my first pouch.


    2mm veg tan with a magnetic closure and adjustable paracord neck cord....


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    Now I just need to find time to make myself one
     
  2. mattyts

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    Saw this on the BB forum a while ago,they are great..they would sell well too!
     
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    +1 for me.
     
  4. skull collector

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    If I had the time I would make more, but as it stands it took me 2 weeks to complete this one
     
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    very nice, I like ye olde leather pull string money pouches too
     
  6. Egg

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    Looks like a sporran for a midget :D

    Seriously though, that's a tidy bit of work.
     
  7. skull collector

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    Appreciate the comments, makes me want to continue making these sorts of things
     
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    I made myself a load of 'round the neck' pellet holders from some 2mm vinyl sheet in both .177 and .22 punched through by a hole punch. The neck cord is one from a moblie phone carrier. Graph paper temporarily stuck on allowed the holes to be uniform and equally spaced. You can make it for as many holes as you need too. Mine are 30, 50 and 100. Far cheaper than buying things........
     
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    That looks great, and I'll be having a go at making one myself.

    One question though, if you have washed and lubed the pellets, does the lube come off on the inside of the pouch?
     
  10. skull collector

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    I expect it would yes, only way to get round that would be to line it with something non porous
     
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    Surely if you use lubed pellets then the lube will eventually coat the inside of the pouch to the extent that none will be lost from the new pellet top up? If the pouch interior is not smooth (chromed)then no lube will be lost anyway. Try using leather from an old pair of suede shoes......charity shops usually have a few pair for a couple of quid........
     
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    Hi jantar, how do you get the correct sized holes for the .177 and .22 pellets to stay in?
    skull collector - nice pouch, wish I had skills like that.
     

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