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RedHead Stock Cartridge Carriers

   

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7 RDS rifle cartridges

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5 RDS shotshells

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RedHead® Stock Cartridge Carriers slip over buttstock for quick access to shells. Holds 7 rifle cartridges or 5 shotgun shells. Imported.

RedHead Stock Cartridge Carriers 3.5 5 93 93
terrible waste of money. yeas the hold you shells and bullets but like others have said it doesnt fit the gun stock very well. April 17, 2009
great purchase and great price You cant go wrong with this buy specially at this price. It's good size so it's really handy as cleaning a pad too. June 14, 2012
Good fit I am pleased with this cartridge carrier. Fits snugg to the stock and holds bullets tight. Best one I have seen. November 15, 2010
best all around better then having to pack a box of rifle bullet with you when your hiking. easy to get to when ready to load. September 3, 2010
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for some reason would this take the finish off a wood stock
5 months, 1 week ago
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No, this should not in any way take off the finish on your wood stock. Thank you!
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No. It shouldn't at all. I can't see it taking the finish off of a wood rifle.
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No,It shouldn't damage the finish of the stock in any way.
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Remington 870?

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will it fit a remington 870 20 ga?
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The shotgun model will fit 12,16,and 20 gauge shells. The rifle model is best used for .410 Bore.
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Yes, this has elastic material to stretch and fit to the stock.
 
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Will this hold 17 shells

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If your talking gauge, I would think yes.

If your talking quantity, no, only holds five shells.
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Will this hold.410 shells?

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The one made for the rifle will hold 410 shells. I have one on my single shot 410
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The Rifle shell carrier will hold 7 .410 shells very well.
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Yes, I would think so. It's pretty tight, but does expand. Just won't be as snug since the 410 is thinner compared to 12 and 20 gauge.
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my buddy bought this for his .410 and the held fine
1 year, 6 months ago
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Will this carrier hold 20ga shotgun shells?
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Yes, I have one on my 12 GA and one on my wife's 20 GA. It works good on both.
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The shotgun Model will hold 12,16,and 20 gauge shells.
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Yes. Definitely works on 20 gauge. I think it works best with 20 gauge compared to 12 gauge and the 410 gauge.
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The shotgun Model will fit the 1100.
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yes but you must put on from barrel end so you wont stretch the elastic out.
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After looking at some pictures of the 1100 it appears that it would fit the standard stock.
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yes,but this is for rifle cartridges
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YES. BEING ELASTIC AND TAPPERED IT WILL FIT SNUG. BEST FIT FROM MUZZLE AND SLID DOWN TO BUTT.
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Yes. Unless you have a custom stock then it appears that it would fit it.
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this is for rifle cartidges not shot shells
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yes will fit stock but does not hold shotshells,this is for rifle cartridges
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I have a blackhawk cartridge carrier for my Mossberg 500 12 gauge.
2 years, 6 months ago
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YES, BEING ELASTIC IT WILL FIT SNUG AND HOLD SHELLS FIRM. BEST FITTED OVER THE MUZZLE AND SLID DOWN TO BUTT.
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I don't know but it worked on my mossberg 500
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Very well, I have two that I use on my .410 shotguns,one a wood stocked gun the other a synthetic stocked gun.
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It's pretty tight. I wouldn't think slippage on a synthetic stock will be an issue.
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yes good fit
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I believe Savage Axis has the same stock as Savage 111 trophy hunter. My guess it will not fit Axis also.
2 years, 6 months ago
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they work great have not had a problem with it slipping yet
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I have a friend that uses it on his 270 with synthetic stock and has not had any problems with it.
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Without a doubt. Sure can.
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Of course.
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if it is a slip on recoil pad then no i tried it with mine and it did not slip on.
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This product fits in front of the sling connection point. The recoil pad will make it a little more difficult in getting it over the but stock but it will work well.
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I can see the shells getting in the way looking down the barrel. Is there a left handed version?
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I'm holding it in my hand right now and there is nothing that I see that would prevent you from just flipping it around and putting it on the other side of the stock. The sleeves for the shot shells are not specific for one side or the other. Should work the same way on either side of the stock without compromising functionality.
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Right hand only. However, if you don't use a sling, then you should be able to flip to the other side.
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They do not come in a left hand model and cannot be just turned over and put on that way.
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This is a universal design, just turn it to the other side of the stock.
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just flip it upside down - shells will go in either direction
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Well Jake, if I'm not mistaken, you can rotate it counter-clockwise so that the shells are on the left hand side of the stock.
3 years, 9 months ago
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Can be reversed
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you can reverse the position
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It will work on either right or left handed guns since the shell loops are open on both ends...actually works equally poorly on both. Hangs in clothes and makes gun unnecessarilly heavy.
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The shells are on the other side of the stock than your face so this will not get in the way sighting because the part touching you is thin.
As for a left handed version, just put it on baskwards the shells will be on the other side.

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