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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Del Fatti patented 9mm moon clip pocket carrier


A true genius has the power to inspire us to whack ourselves in the head and exclaim, “Why didn’t I think of that!”

In an earlier post on the
S&W 940 9mm revolver I mentioned that many people were disappointed when they found that loaded moon clips often bend when carried loose in a pocket. The speed load advantage provided by moon clips is nothing but an illusion if the clip is bent. My improvised solution was to carry a loaded clip inside a 35-mm film container. Naturally, Matt Del Fatti came up with a much better solution with his patented 5-round 9mm moon clip pocket carrier. When I saw the listing today on Matt’s site, I suffered instant infatuation and ordered two of them.


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