Discussion in 'Double Rifles' started by norfolk shooter, Sep 20, 2017.
That is all together too much planning just to put a few rounds down range! I am truly dizzy!!!
Not a chance in the world I would even consider trying to hang with you for 5 minutes!
Outta my league!
See, it works!
The idea is that your wife tries to figure out what you are up to and she finally just gets dizzy and gives in!
somebody mentioned a 2 round holder that goes on the wrist for a quick reload for a double. does anyone know who makes it or where to find one?
Just like that
Try this @1dirthawker
Discontinued at Midway, but hopefully available somewhere...
will try to run one down
Came with my double o/u
Aluminum with two clips from an MAG belt riveted on
Simply drop them in and 'break them off'
Fun for the range but they fell out my pocket during a buffalo stalk involving a belly crawl. Probably just need to work on a better pocket or belt holder.
That's what I've been looking for! Thanks very much
@norfolk shooter , a friend of mine adapted the plastic cartridge holder out off a factory Ammo box. It wasn't pretty but was functional.
This was for a double rifle shooting driven boar.
If you are look for a belt to carry ammo I suggest you look at "el molino del viento" on google. They are Spanish leather manufacturers. Or,if you are in Spain, El Cort Ingles stocks the range.
@norfolk shooter have used these for years
Jeepers, I got a bit excited when I scrolled down the page to
"Silent sling with thongs ".
Guys I have a lovely rigby culling belt. Let me get the double in my hands and see how I do
Show us how you do when you made yours.
I am pretty quick with mine! Think there are a few videos lying around
I will just waiting out on the brass so I can make up the clip sections. Mind you I have far too many projects on the go at the moment. Just wondered what are the black clips made of??
Amazon also has wrist ammo holders
What ever belt, slide or device you decide to use it's important to practice. I will out empty brass in my gun or snap caps and make dummy rounds for my belt or just go outside and use live ammo. In case you are about to chastise me for using live ammo I live in rural Vermont my nearest neighbor is far away.
As mentioned in an earlier post I have been using Murray Leather belts and slides. I shoot left handed and load with my right hand. I wear the slide in front and remove the shells from from right to left, when I get close to my intended target I will loosen or lift the shells slightly to make them easier to pull. The following series of pictures will show how I load my rifle. By holding them the way I do you can control the rounds and keep them parallel as they drop into the rifles chamber .
hope this helps.
Smart technique there. That's how I was thinking about drilling and getting quick it's like the CAS shotgun technique
That's a man with vision!
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