Moon clip server

Moon clip server

Moonclip server demo full length view

I use North Mountain with four long posts from The Speed-e-rack and the James Austin Moonclip server are two others worth investigating. There should be plenty of review-type posts if you check on those.
If you order one, make sure it’s set to 9mm. This necessitates a very small modification to the brass bar; it will still fit with 38/40/45s, but not with 9mms. Jim showed me how to retrofit mine, but it was quicker to get it finished.
Finally gave in and went with the ‘inner/outer’ competition belt road, adapting the NM IDPA caddies (ditching the tek-lok) with ELS forks to stick with the ‘3-gun to wheelgun and everything in between’ one belt for everything mentality. philosophy is classified as:
Just wanted to let you know that James Austin’s Moon Clip Server is now available (ONE SIZE FITS ALL) There is no longer a need to order Caliber Specific, and they can also be switched from right to left hand draw. One outstanding commodity.

Moon clip server demo – live firing target range

We believe that the best way to protect the 2nd Amendment is through grassroots activism, education, and advocacy focused on individual gun owners. Our goal is to promote, coordinate, and sustain these activities in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.
One of the most efficient and inventive ways to disperse moon clips when filming. Come get it because I purchased it used and never got into pistol shooting as I thought I would. I’m open to all trades, but cz-75 and 1911 pieces, as well as reloading components for pistol calibers, will take precedence.

Revolver reload practice with moon clip server

To be clear, I’m referring to reloading as in replacing the bullets in the drum. I’ve been dry-firing to see if I can reload with both my solid and weak hands (I’m using jet-loaders). Currently, I tend to reload with my left hand while holding my revolver with my right. What are your thoughts on the matter? I’ve seen a lot of ipsc revolver shooters use their left hand to insert moonclips, but Jerry Micelek, the greatest of them all, uses his right hand. This thread has been archived due to 9 commentssharesavehidereport81 percent UpvotedThis thread has been archived due to 9 commentssharesavehidereport81 percent Upvoted There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

Moon clip stripper

A revolver cartridge assembly storing device that delivers cartridge assemblies to a consistent extraction point in a sequential manner. The unit consists of a guide rail suspended from the user’s torso by its ends on a mainframe. The cartridge assemblies are placed on the guide rail and propelled to either a left or right extraction point by a force. They can be freely retrieved there to help with revolver reloading.
For such assembly carriers, a variety of devices and methods have been suggested. None of them, however, have discussed the need for cartridge storage that allows users to access cartridges quickly and easily.
The prior art acknowledged the need for a means of quickly reloading a weapon with a rotating cylinder. Multiple gun cartridges are held in a carrier designed to reload a rotating container, according to U.S. Pat. No. 201,855, U.S. Pat. No. 202,613, and U.S. Pat. No. 5,548,916. These methods typically define a series of connected tubes that carry groups of individual cartridges in an arrangement that allows the individual cartridges to be released when the carrier is mated with a rotating cylinder.

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