I have carried a QuickStrips Tactical Pouch daily for almost 3 years. I carry a S&W 442 in my left front pocket and the Pouch in my right front pocket. It is so small and light, despite containing 5-10 .38 Special Buffalo Bore +P 158 gr. L.S.W.C.H.P. that U forget it is there. My wife accidentally ran the Pouch (with the ammo!) through a complete wash/dry cycle with NO impact on the pouch! And, the ammo worked fine after letting is sit for a few weeks.
Convenient and discreet way to carry ‘Strips on the belt.
Exabctly what i was looking for
Works good for my bond arms backup
Bought two of these after speaking to customer service about the correct size. Bought 6 round .38 strips and .45LC/.410 strips. Both fit in medium pouch. Like the fact that they secure around a belt with velcro closure. Already bought two more pouches to keep my different ammo separated. Like the fact that these are in different colors. Will definitely be part of my conceal carry for my Bond Arms derringer and Ruger LCR.
Holds 2 8-rounders fine but a belt loop would be helpful...I can thread the belt through behind the top strip but it's not secure once I open it...quick service appreciated.
This pouch is a great way to carry Tuff Quick Strips. Keeps two reloads readily accessible and quick at hand. Very simple system to secure to your belt.
These pouches are great to be able to carry 2 speed strips for my snubbie. Now walking out the door I am carrying two 6 round strips and five in the gun for a total of 17 rounds. Also great to run the snubbie at IDPA for real world practice. Get this item if you are a revolver person!
With so many caliber strips available and only 3 size pouches to choose from, not every strip of reloads will fit exactly. The small pouch holding 2 strips of .38 spl had a lot of unused leftover space in the bottom of it, which made the pouch seem "top heavy" when carried upright in the pocket. I found that when carried in a loose shirt pocket, the pouch would work itself upside down by the end of the day, and I would have to flip it over to efficiently remove a loaded strip. In a situation where it might be needed in a hurry, I was concerned that I might loose precious time fumbling to find the flap to open it. Fortunately, for me, there was enough empty room in my selected caliber/pouch combination to drop a couple of extra loose rounds in the bottom below the strips, which gave the pouch a little more bottom weight and a less "floppy" feeling . This solution probably will not work with every caliber, and with certain pouch/caliber combinations the fit will have less gaps, making this quick fix not necessary.... On the other hand, if you are already carrying the pouch and strips anyway, then having a few EXTRA rounds for backup isn't a bad thing. If your selected pouch/caliber combination has too much unused space and is causing you an indexing problem, but you don't have enough extra room to carry the spare loose rounds.....I might suggest cutting a small piece of wood, or even glueing together an appropriate size block of cardboard to fill the void. This should go a long way towards eliminating that squishy-bottom/heavy-top feeling.