Ammo Pouch and Holster

Ammo Pouch and Holster

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$69.99
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Pouch and Holster Combo. Ammo and Scout Not Included.

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Handcrafted just over the mountain in Tennessee, our friend at Redthorn Leather has created an ammo pouch and holster for us that is worthy of being passed down through generations.  Made from top quality vegetable tanned leather and brass hardware, this piece only looks better with use and age.  

Holds about 150 rounds of 3/8" steel (more or less for smaller/larger ammo sizes).

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Because these are hand made, every one will slightly vary and supplies are always limited. This item is not part of any sale and no coupon codes apply.

3 Reviews

  • 4
    Awesome

    Posted by Jesus Sepulveda on Apr 18th 2019

    This holster is awesome and high quality you can just feel it and see it. However I gave it four stars because the center (tongue) piece seems to be made in a hurry or not much attention paid to it the cut is not very good. It could be a little eye sore but it does what it was meant to do so it's not all bad and I will try to overlook this. Cause this holster just awesome.

  • 5
    Ammo Pouch/Holster

    Posted by Ron on Dec 30th 2018

    This pouch is a high quality, very well made piece of art! Awesome attention to detail and worth every penny if you respect top notch craftwork. The concern I had was if the flap closed tightly enough to keep ammo from spilling out. That's not an issue at all no matter even if the pouch is turned upside down, the fitting is perfect . If you want to spoil yourself get this asap!

  • 5
    Ammo pouch

    Posted by Tom on Dec 29th 2018

    I first saw this about a month ago and didn't pull the trigger on it at the time. The next time I looked it up about two weeks ago it was sold out, but right before Xmas it was back in stock so I bought one. Great quality and I'm glad I bought it. I do some leather work, but I could have never have made one this nice, especially at this price. It's best to stuff the pouch full of 3/8 balls and force the flap closed to stretch it out, but it's a nice piece of leather work.