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Old 09-03-2016, 10:17 AM   #1
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22lr single shot extra ammo carry ideas?

I picked up a Savage Rascal for my youngest which is a single shot bolt 22. I'm looking for ideas for carry of extra ammo which will also allow for easy access for reloading fairly quickly. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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Old 09-03-2016, 12:37 PM   #2
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When I first started shooting my dad gave me a Marlin single shot youth model. He always bought 50 round boxes of Remington Thunderbolt. My grandfather made a leather pouch that looked similar to a speedloader pouch but was just wide enough to hold a box of 50. If you're handy you might be able to rig up something similar.

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How about this? $15.09 at Amazon

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I got pretty good at the pocket retrieve.
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Hey, just buy at least one 50 round, and one 100 round container of CCI ammunition, with the see-thru case and sliding top. After you shoot them up, you can peel off the labels if necessary, and load them with anything you can find, even in bulk. 5 cartridges per row, and either 10 or 20 rows available.
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Old 03-25-2017, 06:31 AM   #6
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Uncle Mikes pouch

I dont know if they are still available but I have used one of these for years. Works real well for loose 22LR
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35mm film case worked for me growing up. Not sure how easy they are to find nowadays though?

Friend of mine uses clear pvc tube about a foot or so long and has a clip pushed thru both ends. Uses them to reload his tube fed .22s. Just pulls one clip out and holds the pvc tube near the mag tube and they all slide in.
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