How To Make A Speed Loader Pouch
When a revolver is relied on for protection, it’s a good idea to have at least one speed loader (preferably two) on your belt in addition to your holster. A speed loader lets you put another 6 rounds into your revolver in a short time – something that might be necessary in case of dangerous encounters with wildlife. This detailed, step-by-step video shows how – from forming the leather to stitching and burnishing – you can make a pouch that holds a speed loader placed on your belt, available for quick use.
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