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DavidEnoch
(@davidenoch)
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2019-09-09 11:00:01  

Guys are always looking for something unique to put their pellets in.

I stumbled across HogDoggins Aluminum PocketPuck. 

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HogDoggins
Material: 6061-T6 aluminum
Type-3 hard anodization 
Secure O-ring seal
Magnetic lid with three N52 neodymium magnets 
Diameter: 2.5 in 
Depth: 1 in 
Volume: 2.35 cubic in
Made in the USA

They are listed for $75 on their web site.  Drop has them for $55 right now.

I am not interested in buying one myself but someone might be interested.

David Enoch


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DonC
 DonC
(@donc)
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Posts: 100
2019-09-09 20:08:58  

Thanks David. Interesting container. I have a pellet container collection. One was a gift and is the leather testicle of a kangaroo. No stiches. hehe


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DavidEnoch
(@davidenoch)
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Posts: 259
2019-09-10 13:56:23  

Don

Back on the old Yellow a guy from the Philippines made up a batch of pellet pouches.  I remember that besides the nylon pouches he made he also got a tanned frog or toad pouch for someone.  I think you reached into the mouth to put pellets into and get them out of it.


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marflow
(@marflow)
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Posts: 631
2019-09-10 15:05:53  

if you what to find cheap containers and they will be from China but take a look

https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=screw+top+sample+containers&_sacat=0&LH_TitleDesc=0&_osacat=0&_odkw=m4+x+70++allen+machine+oval+screw

i have gotten some for front sight inserts, the small ones, clear and you can refine your search by changing a word or two 

they might have a share use for other in the house

 

Mike


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DonC
 DonC
(@donc)
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2019-09-10 18:47:44  

David,

I remember seeing the frog container. Way cool!

My collection is over 80 containers. Most are kinda silly and lame. Many are antiques that I thought could be repurposed into a pellet container. There has to be a BEST. My local BAGA airgun mates and I use a Tupperware type container. It has many merits......only requires one hand to open and close, is lube proof,can't break it,easy to label for various pellets,comes in colors,affordable.

I got several years ago from website called Human Gear. 5.3 cubic inch container. I learned about it here,a search here or Google should get you to the source. Make sure you buy several because I re ordered twice.

2nd best container says National on the label. It is a screw top with very course threads, Turn the lid from 12:00 oclock to 11:00 and it's open. It NEVER gets cross threaded when you want to close it. Made is UK. Minuteman brand label used the same excellent container. It does require 2 hands to pen and close and is not lube/leak proof. Buy the Human Gear product and don't look back. The very fact it is one handed and lube proof means superior.

I don't know how to provide a link. Sorry.

DonC


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DavidEnoch
(@davidenoch)
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 259
2019-09-10 19:54:10  

Don, my favorites are all neck pouches.  Mostly similar to the Wilkins molded leather but in a kidney shape. I also like the nylon pouch with the vent at the bottom to allow access to pellets but not spill them.  I think those were labeled Airgun Gear and later copied by Gamo and given away with pellets.  I have several of the nice aluminum screw top tins that were available a few years ago.

David Enoch


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Bill S.
(@tripleguy)
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 139
2019-09-12 19:09:48  

When I'd hunt, I'd put a trip's worth of pellets in an aluminum cigar tube with a screw off top. The tube laid down flat in the pocket of my hunting coat. $5 plus you get to smoke the Macanudo.

"But I'll be needin that gun, fer squirrels and such."


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phepler
(@deadeye)
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 83
2019-09-13 09:00:20  

I use something similar to this on amazon, but I found mine at my local dollar store.
https://www.amazon.com/Aspire-12-Pack-Natural-Canvas-Pouches/dp/B06XKSLT11/ref=sr_1_16?keywords=zipper+coin+pouch&qid=1568382881&sr=8-16
I attach this to a laniard and wear it around my neck. I can load 1/3 of a tin of pellets in it, unzip and pull out a pellet without spilling them. Easy to access. I use mine for Hunter Field Target.

 


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