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Crosman Airgun Ammo Pouch, Holds 500 Pellets

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Crosman Airgun Ammo.

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PY-A-1956

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  • 4" x 2" x 1"
  • Holds up to 500 pellets
  • Soft interior lining
  • Hook-and-loop close
  • Fully adjustable belt keeper, attaches with hook-and-loop
Rugged, layered composite materials help maintain its shape.


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Item Code: Crosman-0529 [PY-A-1956]

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By Todd from USA on 2019-01-03
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Things I liked: small, well built, works well

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: easier to close and less likely to loose some pellets when opening and closing if you don't fill it chuck full.

 

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By Delbert from USA on 2018-11-23
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Things I liked: Quieter than carrying a tin of pellets and easier than digging pellets out of my pocket.

 

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By Kirk from USA on 2018-08-20
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Things I liked: Fairly sturdy construction from heavyweight nylon.

Things I would have changed: Better alignment of the Velcro. The foldover ears partially block full contact with both halves of the strip. A double snap closure would be more secure, and I think I will actually make that modification to mine.

What others should know: One reviewer complained that the pouch wasn't big enough to hold a can of pellets. He was referring to sliding can and all into the pouch. I would simply say that if a can is preferred, Pyramid sells a can/belt holder arrangement that would be more appropriate. Another reviewer commented that the pouch occasionally lost some pellets through the sides. I have to acknowledge this. Primarily with 177. Its not many, but it does happen. At the same time, larger pellets seem to work well. I'm currently using my pouch with 25 cal pellets, and haven't had any problems. And it's big enough I can get my fat fingers inside it to pick up a pellet. It holds enough pellets that I notice the weight on my belt, but of course you don't have to fill it completely full.

 

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  • Tony from USA asked:

    When this pouch is full of pellets, will is sit upright on a flat surface?

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