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mbj
 mbj
(@vash545)
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May 10, 2018 03:08:22  

 I was looking for convienent way to keep my favorite close range pesting PCP at the ready for grab and go the next time Mr Rat comes out from hiding! This dispenser holds 12 22 cal pellets and prevents skirt damage.

  


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DavidEnoch
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May 10, 2018 08:02:52  

Neat.  Where did you buy it?

Thanks,

David Enoch


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mbj
 mbj
(@vash545)
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May 10, 2018 16:56:17  

I couldn't find anyone that has them like this so I made it.


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Franky
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May 10, 2018 21:10:04  

How much $$$ for (2) .22 ?  Thank's.....Franky

 Ps. I'm not in any Rush

 

 


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gdpolk
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May 10, 2018 21:17:04  

That looks like a slick setup. 

I've found the inexpensive nylon belt pouches by Crosman to be pretty fantastic for pellets.  In fact I like them better than several other options that I've had that cost 4-5x as much to purchase. 

The belt loop is velcro so it can be removed/installed on a belt without doffing your belt OR it can be tucked into gym shorts waist bands or pockets when you don't have a belt on or just want it a little lower in wintertime so your not raising your coat tail to access pellets.  The mouth of the pouch opens and closes with velcro which is quick, easy, and secure and doesn't seem to bother small game when hunting.  The sides have little wings on them to prevent pellet spillage.  When opened up its plenty large enough for use with gloved hands.  Also because it has velcro on the belt pouch, you can velcro it right side up around the tip of your barrel (which doesn't harm anything on the gun) to keep it handy with your gun at all times.


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mbj
 mbj
(@vash545)
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May 10, 2018 21:19:41  
Posted by: 21grains

How much $$$ for (2) .22 ?  Thank's.....Franky

 Ps. I'm not in any Rush

 

 

 


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mbj
 mbj
(@vash545)
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May 10, 2018 21:24:58  
Posted by: gdpolk

That looks like a slick setup. 

I've found the inexpensive nylon belt pouches by Crosman to be pretty fantastic for pellets.  In fact I like them better than several other options that I've had that cost 4-5x as much to purchase. 

The belt loop is velcro so it can be removed/installed on a belt without doffing your belt OR it can be tucked into gym shorts waist bands or pockets when you don't have a belt on or just want it a little lower in wintertime so your not raising your coat tail to access pellets.  The mouth of the pouch opens and closes with velcro which is quick, easy, and secure and doesn't seem to bother small game when hunting.  The sides have little wings on them to prevent pellet spillage.  When opened up its plenty large enough for use with gloved hands.  Also because it has velcro on the belt pouch, you can velcro it right side up around the tip of your barrel (which doesn't harm anything on the gun) to keep it handy with your gun at all times.

I know exactly what you are talking about. I have a couple. They worked ok for me but I always end up with a mess of pellets everywhere as they dump out of the pouch when they snag onto something...the other issue is nylon absorbs moister and if you forget to take all the pellets out and dry out the pouch, the lead will corrode. 


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HOOT
 HOOT
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October 11, 2018 17:57:17  
Posted by: Vash545
Posted by: 21grains

How much $$$ for (2) .22 ?  Thank's.....Franky

 Ps. I'm not in any Rush

 

 

 

 


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jjmaine
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October 11, 2018 18:07:22  

Awesome!  Rapid Pellet Deployment System?  Sorry I couldn't help but guess...  I'd take one in .177 when available.


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