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    Pellet carriers for Hunting

    What do you single loading guys use for carrying pellets safely when hunting. Normally I have 2/3 magazines pre-loaded but just bought single tray to try in the rifle. Thanks

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    A pellet pouch!

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    Make a holder from a small square of old Wellington.
    Poke holes in it , put the pellets in and hang around your neck.
    Simples
    Last edited by Alakar; 14-09-2018 at 12:29 PM.

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    Same as above except i used a piece of old foam sleeping mat

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    Thanks chaps

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    I lube my pellets so I use a tobacco pouch .

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    Yep, I have a bit of welly boot on a length of cord and punched holes in it with a belt hole punch
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    I have a nice hand warmer pocket full of pellets.

    The fluff aids accuracy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crowbar View Post
    I lube my pellets so I use a tobacco pouch .
    Just a plastic pouch or something more fancy

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    I made up a little foam block that sticks to the cylinder with magnets, keeps them handy enough. In every other hole is a thin magnet, gaffer tape across the back secures the magnets and stops and marking. Holes are ‘drilled’ into the foam by hand with sharpened section of a telescopic aerial.


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    Quote Originally Posted by don1971 View Post
    I made up a little foam block that sticks to the cylinder with magnets, keeps them handy enough. In every other hole is a thin magnet, gaffer tape across the back secures the magnets and stops and marking. Holes are ‘drilled’ into the foam by hand with sharpened section of a telescopic aerial.

    Absolutely love it mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simshaz View Post
    What do you single loading guys use for carrying pellets safely when hunting. Normally I have 2/3 magazines pre-loaded but just bought single tray to try in the rifle. Thanks
    Item number: 223116042381. I prefer them to the Wilkins pellet pouch that I paid nearly £30.00 for.

    A.G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alakar View Post
    Make a holder from a small square of old Wellington.
    Poke holes in it , put the pellets in and hang around your neck.
    Simples
    I didn't have an old wellie so I drilled holes in my current pair. I can carry approx 450 .177 on my left foot and 320 .22 on my right foot. It's a little heavier, but good calf muscle training. Working well at the moment, just a little concerned about the winter months.
    I do have a spare child's wellie that I found upside down on a garden gate the other day whilst walking the dog. I was thinking of fashioning a funnel from a used marigold glove to stretch over the top, this way I could probably fill it with a couple of tins - I thought it would be ideal for speed loading.
    I do have detailed cad drawings of both if anybody is interested.

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    Type ?

    Just the plain plastic pouch and put it in your hand warmer pocket (stops fluff ) and keep cosy .

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    I have these things on my coat called pockets they work just fine

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