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PowerBelt Speed Clip

   

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The PowerBelt® Speed Clip™ is designed for super fast access when reloading in the field. Holds 3 loaders, each with a PowerBelt™ Bullet and magnum pellet charges--plus four #209 primers. Weatherproof.
Manufacturer model #: AC1501.

PowerBelt® Speed Clip™ 4.1 5 13 13
Great purchase Great way to have a quick reload with a muzzleloader. Love that it has a spot for the charges. September 13, 2012
essential equipment This thing is great for a quick reload. I tried it mounted on my sling but I didn't like it there so I just keep it in my jacket pocket. August 20, 2012
try this not only can you put it on your belt you can put it on your gun strap where the strap hooks to the forgrip to get the primers out easy just bend the rubber a little and it sticks out half way,can even grab it with your gloves on,also cut tht tubes to the size you need so the pellets dont slide up and down and ware them into powder,this thing is the cats ....well you know.. July 1, 2011
Best Second Shot Easy,Fast,Works every time. Much better than a rotorload. January 5, 2011
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How do these work with loose powder instead of pellets?
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they are designed to hold pellets and a bullet, they will hold powder fine, but if you are wanting to put a bullet in with the loose powder, there is too much of a gap and the powder will move around the bullet, even with a sabot there is enough room in there for it all to slide up and down with ease.
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both will fit. even with a .50 in it, there is some room to move.
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