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Allen Basic Buttstock Shell Holder for Rifles
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- Attaches firmly to the butt of most any rifle in seconds
- Holds 9 cartridges in an easy-access position
- Elastic loops hold ammo reliably in place
- Won't interfere with how you hold or aim your gun
- Heavy-duty to withstand years of use
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Allen’s version of this classic shooting accessory is made from durable, heavy weight elastic that fits snugly to the stock of your firearm without interfering with holding or aiming the gun. The cartridge loops are uniformly sewn for in an easy-access position, so your ammo is reliably in place when you need it. Installs in seconds on most rifles without slipping, and is designed to withstand years of outdoor use.
The clever, convenient Allen Company Rifle Buttstock Shell Holder attaches firmly to the butt of any rifle, and holds nine shells in an easy-access position. Elastic ammunition loops keep each shell reliably in place, while durable black endura material will hold up to years of heavy outdoor use.
The sturdy synthetic shell holder slips conveniently over your rifle's buttstock.
About Allen Company
Headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, The Allen Company was founded in 1972 and is a leading supplier of gun cases, hunting accessories, and outdoor products.
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Top Customer Reviews
I don’t use them to hold extra ammo as designed. I’ve found that when used this way the elastic seems to stretch out faster plus sometimes the ammo catches on your clothing when shouldering or unshouldering the rifle. The main reason I use them is because they give a great soft feel to the buttstock where I cheekweld. As opposed to the almost 60 grit sandpaper feel of the HS Precision stocks.
Others have complained that they have a tendency not to want to stay in place and start to slide up the stock toward the hand grip. This should be expected when you wrap something tightly around an object that tapers such as a rifle stock. But there is a fix for this and apparently the Allan Company thought of it when designing these ammo carriers. You can cut or punch a small hole in the material to go over the rear sling stud on the buttstock. This will help hold the carrier in place and it doesn’t cause any kind of unraveling, kind of a rip-stop type of the material… great idea. Just don’t make the hole where the seam is stitched together. If you do then there is a chance it will come apart. I slide them around so the seam is just starting to come up the buttstock on the cheekweld side. Then I mark and punch the hole in the material where the sling stud is located.
One other thing, they go on a lot easier when you take the action out of the stock then slide the carrier on from the front rather than trying to pull it on from the rear over the widest part of the buttstock first.