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Old 02-09-2006, 02:45 PM
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The HKS Speedloader pouch "586" (for GP100/686/586 size 6-guns) will hold regular factory 10/22 magazines. ($11)
They won't be as fast as a "looser" .41 or .44 pouch, but they fit in securely.
Works better for me since the pouch could pull double duty, being that I own a GP100, but no .41 or .44

Another trick I use is an Uncle Mike's drop pouch/shell holder, which holds hundreds of loose rounds and several magazines. It jiggles and you have to be careful when bending over if it's not velcro'd shut, but it's perfect for high rate of fire plinking. (~$16)
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Old 02-09-2006, 02:52 PM
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Army surplus M-16 magazine pouch. will also hold 2 grenades!
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Old 04-02-2006, 11:03 AM
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Anyone know if the leather ones med ones will work?
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Old 07-25-2007, 07:52 PM
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something else that works well is cell phone holders, or pda holders.

Saw some at my work, Lowes, and a light bulb went off. Cheaper u can find them the better.
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Old 07-25-2007, 07:56 PM
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I use a zippered case for a digi-cam. Slips on my belt, holds six 10/22 mags.
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Old 02-22-2008, 09:58 PM
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Anyone happen to have the pictures that are missing from this post?
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I just got my clear 10/22 mags (4 of them) from cheaper then dirt, 14.95ea. Anyone remember where I can pick up a block type gizmo that puts all four together? I saw it here somewhere but of course I cant find it now.. Thanks, AC
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Old 12-13-2008, 02:48 PM
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Cabela's carries some nice mag holders in Cordura and leather: http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...=cat20807&rid=

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...=cat20807&rid=
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i bought a molle military surplus grenade pouch with two belt snap loops on its rear. with some spare foam (lightweight) cut into shape to support two 10/22 magazines it will hold one over the other. i put a slice of foam in between the two mags so they dont contact each other. the top of the pouch has a button that snaps into the button on the front. grenade pouch at the local army navy surplus was $4.
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The Cabelas mag holder looks good, but I hate advertising for them.
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I have several magazine pouches for the Mosin-Nagant sniper rifles I have. They have two compartments and each one holds 4 Ruger 10/22 magazines. It's almost as if they were made for them. You can buy them from several locations handling military weapons and accesories. Norm
i have an extra Mosin clip pouch that i don't plan to use for anything. if anyone needs/wants it, let me know.
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There's these... I don't think anyone has mentioned them:

http://www.retro-tactical.com/index....&product_id=92



Bit pricey, made to order. I'd buy one if it had a buckle instead of velcro... I'm thinking if it has to be velcro, I'd just as soon use the speed loader pouch with individual flaps.. but still thinking...
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Okay this is my first post(been lurking forever) and not sure if I am putting this in the right place or not. Sure someone will let me know. I decided awhile back I wanted to put an M1 Carbine stock on my 10/22, once I put on the stock I decided to see if the stock pouch I have on my M1 Carbine would hold the 10/22 Mags. What I finally came up with was using the double mag adapter from EL Mfg. to attach two 10/22 mags together (Bottom to Bottom). With the mags attached they fit perfectly in the pouch. So I can always have 40 rounds in mags on the buttstock. The pouch I am using is from Olongapo Outfitters ($25) and works great. I also checked last night and the pouch will hold four Savage MK II Mags (2 per pocket). So now I need to order a couple more pouches. If anyone is interested I can post pictures and links.
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Okay this is my first post(been lurking forever) and not sure if I am putting this in the right place or not. Sure someone will let me know. I decided awhile back I wanted to put an M1 Carbine stock on my 10/22, once I put on the stock I decided to see if the stock pouch I have on my M1 Carbine would hold the 10/22 Mags. What I finally came up with was using the double mag adapter from EL Mfg. to attach two 10/22 mags together (Bottom to Bottom). With the mags attached they fit perfectly in the pouch. So I can always have 40 rounds in mags on the buttstock. The pouch I am using is from Olongapo Outfitters ($25) and works great. I also checked last night and the pouch will hold four Savage MK II Mags (2 per pocket). So now I need to order a couple more pouches. If anyone is interested I can post pictures and links.
Sorry for resurrecting an old post, but I'm considering doing the M1 carbine stock conversion and going with the butt stock pouches, too. I'd be interested in seeing pics of your setup if you have any.
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If anyone is in the market for magazine pouches specifically designed for the 10/22, please have a look at the many options that Crusader Gear has to offer. I take a lot of pride in designing and producing these, and I know you will be happy with them.
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