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Mossberg Gear Announces its New Shotgun Bandolier & Shotgun Belt - AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

The Mossberg Shotgun Bandolier stores up to 45 shells. The shells are in easy reach and stay in the same place and in the same orientation, making for quick reloads. Designed for heavy-duty field use, the bandolier is constructed of durable nylon with reinforced stitching and nonslip elastic storage loops that can hold 12, 16 or 20 Ga. shells. The bandolier has a heavy duty tri-lock buckle...



Galati Gear Shotgun Bandoleer -

This thing is going to be great for pheasant hunting. I use an old bolt action shotgun my grandfather passed down to me. This provides for quick, easy reloads in the field, even if you do catch it from your buddies for looking like Rambo on a bird hunt.

Kley-Zion 123rd Shotgun Bandoleer -

Carries 123 Rounds Of 12ga Shotgun Shells. Designed To Load To The Max Or Segregate / Position Shells In Key Locations Made Of Extra Heavy Duty 2.5 Inch Wide Nylon Webbing & Heavy Duty 1.5 Inch Elastic. 100% USA Made

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Bandolier - Wikipedia

A bandolier or a bandoleer is a pocketed belt for holding ammunition.It is usually slung sash-style over the shoulder, with the ammunition pockets across the midriff and chest. History. In its original form, it was common issue to soldiers from the 16th century to the 18th century, and contained either pre-packed chargers, small containers of wood, metal or cloth containing the measured amount ...

Tactical Shotgun Slings Thread | The Leading Glock Forum ...

I was watching "The Best Defense" this past Wednesday, and they featured an adjustable 2 point / 1 point sling that really caught my eye. (Granted, this sling was used on an AR, but, they said that it would work just as well on an HD shotgun!)