Man Mountain Engineering‘s Shot Shell Caddy is a convenient product which enables the end user to draw four shells at a time with their fingers and thumb completely around the shells, resulting in less fumbled reloads. These caddies have a streamlined minimum width, which means that they take up less space on the belt than the average product in this category. Each caddy has a weight of 3.2 ounces. The stainless steel belt loops ensure a snug and secure fit on the belt. In addition, the minimum belt clip width allows for maximum velcro contact on the inner/outer belt, which prevents movement. The belt clips can accommodate a belt width of up to 1.75 inches and a thickness of 3/8 inches. These caddies are designed to work with most standard belts, including CR Speed, Safariland and others. Moreover, law enforcement belt loops are available for belts up to 2.25 inches wide.
To ensure no shells are dropped, spring wires are used to lock in the shells. The spring tension can be adjusted by bending the spring in and out with a screwdriver. All caddies from Man Mountain Engineering are assembled for left hand loading. However, this can easily be changed to right hand loading. At a manufacturer suggested retail price of $50, you can’t go wrong with the shot shell caddy from Man Mount Engineering.
Features: Man Mountain Engineering Shot Shell Caddy
-Light weight metal construction.
-The spring wires can be bent to adjust for tension.
-Shell caddy is cut away so you can get your finger tips and thumb around the shells. Which means less fumbled reloads.
-Button head screw to adjust the height to offset for the shot shell rim.
-Caddy attaches to the belt with slim stainless steel belt loops.
-Providing more surface area for 2 belt systems such as the CR Speed High Torque belt to stay attached, eliminates belt sag.
For more information about the Man Mountain Engineering Shot Shell Caddy, please visit www.manmountainengineering.com
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