PowerBelt Speed Clip
Word of caution to all you "Loose Powder" hunters.
I'm possitive this product is everything it's cut out to be, but my problem was that I didn't clearly understand that it is designed for pelletized powder only. Given that I live and hunt in Colorado where we aren't allowed to use pelletized powder I need a speed-loading system that's designed to accomidate loose powder. Oh well, live and learn..
March 28, 2006
Works great. Holds pellet powder & bullet very well. Non slip design when mount on the Quaker riffle sling. A must for all muzzle loaders.
October 5, 2012
A Little Bulky
I found these to be bulky, and took up valueable pocket space.
They did do what they were designed to do, but think I will try another maker/design.
The primers are a little hard to get out, and almost impossible to get out while wearing gloves. You really have to use your fingernail. Not want you want to be doing when trying to do a quick reload. Kinda of takes the "speed" out of speedloader.
As for keeping everything at hand, and dry, they do that. But again a little bulky and takes up pocket space
January 27, 2009
Found a much cheaper method
If you buy 777 pellets in the blister packs, they come in a clear plastic sleeve with red caps on them. When you are getting prepared for your hunt, you can use these sleeves as a "quick-loader" by dropping in a slug and your 2 pellets. The average hunter should only carry about 3 loads with them for the hunt. As for the primers.....it's nice having them on the speed loader kit if you want to dig them out with your fingernails, but I have found that it is much faster and easier by placing a few in my pocket and simply grabbing one.
Espescially if it's one of those "tense" moments when you may need to reload quickly and you drop your "speed clip" and never recover it. $15.00 plus shipping down the drain. At least by using the tubes you have nothing to lose.......THEY COME WITH THE 777 PELLETS!!!!!
Va. Beach VA.
September 24, 2007