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Thread: Keep Your .22LR Pills Handy & Clean:

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    Thumbs up Keep Your .22LR Pills Handy & Clean:

    Heads up Muji pill cases that will take five or six rounds of .22LR in each wee case. Seven for 2.25 that may be seperated:
    http://www.muji.eu/pages/online.asp?...ub=74&PID=4958

    Cheers

    K

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    i use a cloth lined drawstring bag as im usually using handfuls any left over go back in the box when i get home .

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    Nice idea, but usually carry an Uncle Mike 50 shot box that dispenses in 5's

    Neil.

    PS: Klenchblaize, I'm still waiting for a pm from you about the hornet ammo cases

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    I too use a leather draw string purse for in-the-field deployment but these are handy for range and running boar competition.

    I acknowledge though that it helps to be a little OCD in such matters!

    K

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    Interesting idea, and those cases look to be about the same size as the ones our ear plugs come in at work.....

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    Slick Idea! My Brno 581 holds seven in the magazine, too. Thanks for the tip.~Muir

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    cant put mine in pockets usually full, as we speak with water and or thorns twigs leaves of all shapes and sizes even in open fields? or half a cup of dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AN DU RU FOX View Post
    i use a cloth lined drawstring bag as im usually using handfuls any left over go back in the box when i get home .
    Good idea , save carrying a rattling box , pockets get full of crap such as twigs , empties etc , I reckon one bag for subs and one for HVs is the way.

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