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Shell Pouch Review

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Phoebus, Oct 5, 2010.

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  1. Phoebus

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    Hey Guys
    I'm looking to make some shell bags for sale and wanted some input on one I have made. Any constructive criticism is welcome and let me know what one might pay for a bag and belt combination like the one shown. This one was made for a friend of mine who requested the stars. Obviously these can be deleted. Thanks for the help.

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  2. James.c

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    awsome product. anychance you could make a single box pouch?
     
  3. Phoebus

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    Sure I could make a single shell box. Send me a PM and tell me what you think its worth. With or without a belt?
    Michael
     
  4. Bridger

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    Very good looking pouch and belt. For prices look and see what Lonesome Charlies or Shamrock get for their products. One suggestion I have is to eliminate the buckle on the belt and use velcro, probably less expense and one less way to put a ding in your gun.
     
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    I've got one very similar to it that I bought without the belt from a place in Texas that sells on Ebay. I paid $56 for it and they engraved my name into it for free.

    I don't use it any more, but at the time I thought it was a good deal. See the Ebay ad above. Also, you might want to add a couple of loops to hold extra shells like the one above has.

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    looks a lot deeper than it needs to be.
     
  7. Phoebus

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    Headhunter: I think you are probably right about the depth. It's really sized more on proportion and feel rather than strick function. It seems to hang about where I like it, with the bottom of the bag at the end of my reach. I have had another comment that "If you're gonna use that that, you need bigger shells". Which I can't disagree with, its funny. Thanks for the input.


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    Nice looking bag. I stay away from objects (metal buckles, studs, etc)that would scratch my gun.
     
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    Thanks for the input guys.
     
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