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Tuesday, February 15, 2011
To read an interesting essay on carrying spare ammo in your pockets, CLICK HERE.
Many holster makers make pocket magazine-holders for the pistol carrying folks. Some holster makers offer dump-pouches for revolver ammo that work equally well for belt and pocket carry and for carrying speed-strips or loose ammo. The plastic ammo-wallets in the photo work well for back pocket carry.
EDIT: The following is a great tip from an anonymous contributor.
"Three Bianchi speed strips fit into the small, Blackberry-sized A.G. Russell small zipper belt pouch, tabs up. This "Blackberry" carrier does not look like an ammo pouch. It fits very flat on the belt, tight against the body, is low profile, yet holds eighteen .38 Special rounds. Just unzip, grab the center strip first, then the others won’t drag against the zipper in the event that you do need another."