Joey Ammo Pouch
The Joey Ammo Pouch from Holstery is “probably the easiest ammo bag you can strap to your body.”
This belt clip pouch is a universal holster, up to the task of carrying your slingshot and ammo at the comfort of your waist.
It has a built in top closure that keeps your gear in your pouch, and the dirt out. Sure, there are other ammo bags out there, but Holstery went to great lengths to make this one easier to use than ever.
It's finished with a signature yellow 1000d cordura fabric interior, both for toughness and so you can easily see your gear inside! On the back, it's got a new molded LoPro clip made from pure polycarbonate. This clip eliminates the tang at the bottom of most FOMI clips that eventually digs into your hip.
The Joey Ammo Pouch comes with two clips to fit common belt sizes: 1.75" and 2.25”.
Finally, the whole thing is held together by 1/8" thick, USA-made Kydex-T all molded and assembled by hand in Holstery’s workshop in North Idaho.
To carry an average-sized slingshot, the stitching may be removed from the side elastic by the user to enable slingshot storage. User assumes responsibility and liability for the modification.
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Need to have this
Must have. I have one for each of my rigs. Keep an ammo mag with steel ammo and use as a dump pouch for practice clay balls. Will hold everything along with sling shot very compactly
exactly as described
exactly as described
I have purchased everything from dump pouches to construction pouches and all have worked as expected. While I was searching the site I saw this guy. Figured why not try something else and purchased it. The size is perfect and this thing is built for the long haul. Holds plenty of ammo for a day of slinging and will hold you sling too! I love this pouch.
Awesome and very practical!
looks great will use it out doors soon:)
The pouch was exactly what I was looking for. It is large enough to accommodate enough steel sheet for a good practice session. (Don’t overload it. It will become too heavy and a distraction even though it is strong enough to handle a lot of steel shot.) I removed the divider stitching on the side elastic bands so I could carry two of my sling shots. The pouch works perfectly.