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    Interesting J frame Holster

    I ran across this on EBay. I think it is an innovative holster design with the pouch for a reload built in
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    Interesting design. Would not work for me. I trained to reload with my weak (left) hand and keep the revolver in my right hand.

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    I would be interested if the ammo pouch accommodated the rounds in a stripper. I hate loose rounds in a pouch.

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    Here's a similar concept.....

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    Wouldn't work for me...I'd be afraid those rounds would drop on the ground while trying to reload. I prefer to keep my ammo on the left anyway.
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    If you can fit the 5 extra rounds in the pouch with a speed strip it would work , but my concern would be squeezing through a door way or something if you catch that flap, the pouch opens and your ammo could fall out. Opening on top would be better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldgungeezer View Post
    Here's a similar concept.....

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    This holster would work great. I keep my 2x2x2 pouch in the same location. The first holster- I would be afraid rounds would fall to the ground after I pulled the first couple rounds.
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    Wouldn't either kind of pouch make for an awfully slow reload? Just asking.

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    I reload goofy hand so it wouldn't work for me but ... I may make a pouch to go left side for one reload of the 642. I will segment it to 2-2 and one.

    First post is neat looking though but I am a sucker for dark leather with contrasting stitching.

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    I got rid of my dump pouches pretty shortly after the academy. If I'm not carrying a spare(s) speedloaders I at least have a couple speed strips in my RF pocket.


 

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