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Old 03-20-2013, 10:07 PM   #1
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Old 03-20-2013, 11:02 PM   #2
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I carry mine in a Galico Gunsling when I'm home or out in my woods ( I am not of legal age to carry in public so i only carry on my own property)

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I have a sp101 and to be honest I put it in the waistband and roll on.

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I like this set up for My SP 101, just wish I could find something I liked as much for a few speed loaders.

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Use speed strips instead of speed loaders. I have a Ruger/Fobus paddle holster, a couple of leather holsters and a pocket holster.

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Use speed strips instead of speed loaders. I have a Ruger/Fobus paddle holster, a couple of leather holsters and a pocket holster.
Why? I found i can reload faster with speed loaders than speed strips.
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Why? I found i can reload faster with speed loaders than speed strips.
Because speed strips are easier to carry in your pocket.
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Because speed strips are easier to carry in your pocket.
AND they are more reliable. Speed loaders have a tendency to collect lint and debris which can cause them to not function properly (Murphy is alive and well).
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AND they are more reliable. Speed loaders have a tendency to collect lint and debris which can cause them to not function properly (Murphy is alive and well).
Gotta keep em clean, just like yer gun. I have a leather gould & goodrich double speed loader carrier, what i notice is that it sticks out a bit. Are there speed strip holders?
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Gotta keep em clean, just like yer gun. I have a leather gould & goodrich double speed loader carrier, what i notice is that it sticks out a bit. Are there speed strip holders?
I carried my speed strips in the old dump box ammo carriers while on duty. There is no need for a 'holder' off duty as they carry well in any pocket.
I would not carry speed loaders off duty as they would be harder to conceal than the weapon!!!


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