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    Concealed Carry & Concealed Speedloader Pouches

    Howdy,

    Planning on concealed carrying my 629 3" soon but wanted to carry at least
    one speedloader in a belt pouch. I know I saw a leather holster maker
    advertise a concealed carry speedloader pouch, but for the life of me
    can't remember where I saw it. It was an interesting design where the
    speedloader in the pouch fit over the edge of the belt.
    Can anyone help with this one?
    Thanks so much.
    Motorman

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    Cool

    Hey Motorman,

    Safariland.



    The one for 45acp full moon clips should work for .44Mag/Spec. if you take the "guts" out.


    Hope this helps...

    Later, Mark
    Last edited by msharley; 06-26-2019 at 06:33 PM.
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    Thanks for the suggestion. The one I actually saw on a website was leather (which I prefer). Anyone else have an idea?
    Thanks
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    Hey M,

    Triple K makes a nice one...



    So does Jox

    http://www.joxloaderpouches.com/

    As do Galco, Safariland and many of the finer Holster Makers...

    Later, Mark
    Last edited by msharley; 06-28-2019 at 11:23 PM. Reason: confuser ignoramus
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    The best I used for duty and cc had the rounds straddling your belt with a snap enclosure over the top, IIRC they were Safariland, don't know if that setup would work for a 5 shooter. They were about as flat as a magazine holder and very secure, with practice you could reload pretty quick.....for a wheel gun. Speed strips are a good way to carry your ammo so you can find it, but speed is not there thing, better than loose rounds in a pocket.

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    Most of them are hard to conceal on your belt because the top is round and flat bunching your shirt. When I conceal carry a revolver and two speed loaders, I use an A.E. Nelson 61 carrier. They are narrow at the bottom and I wear it upside down so my shirt flows over it. When I unsnap it, the speed loader falls into my hand for quick reloads.

    #61 Speedloader Carrier, A. E. Nelson Leather Co.
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