Looking for a rugged bandolier for your Mosin Nagant, Lee Enfield, Mauser,Springfield or other clip fed rifle?
This newly designed bandolier from StrikeHard Gear allows you to carry up to 10 stripper clips or 5 Garand clips tucked quietly and securely in a tough 500D nylon water resistant pouch.
Easily stow and retrieve your clips through the convenient top opening pocket that is secured by a handy and silent snap.
No need for flimsy cardboard inserts as the clips ride in partitioned pockets that are double walled and the top edge stiffened by 1" nylon webbing.
The adjustable shoulder strap is a generous 40 inches of 1" nylon that integrates through the entire length of the bandolier providing extra strength and durability.
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Posted by Jeff on 22nd Sep 2014
Great product , well made, holds 10 5rd stripper clips nicely. Would recommend to a friend!
Posted by Kracky9 on 25th Jul 2014
Looks and says what it does. very cool.
Posted by Chris in Cleveland, OH on 11th Jun 2014
Extremely well made. Very handy for holding stripper clips of ammo when you want to run your Mosin at the range.
Posted by N on 3rd Feb 2014
I am very happy with the bandolier. Its very well made, rugged, and well designed. The color is perfect. Strap adjusts out to fit a big guy, with a little to spare. Will be ordering another soon.
Posted by galenow on 12th Nov 2013
It is a good product, holds the clips well. It is nice to have products made by someone who actually uses the weapon. The service was great and all of my questions was answered quickly . I will order again
Posted by Mike on 6th Jun 2013
It can be a chore to find a way to carry stripper clips of thirty caliber ammo be it 7.62x54r or 303 British. Closet thing would be pouches from BH or 5.11, but those were not "made" for it. And finding proper WW2 bandoliers can be rare or expensive.
This fits the task at hand and I'm happy to have it.
My only complaint is that it rides high and tight, which is a good thing, but that's when I'm wearing a t shirt...there should be a large size or extender strap that can be added, because if your buff or wear a plate carrier or field jacket, it seems like it's a bit too small.
Either way, this makes a great Bug out Accessory because a bandolier, basically a strap with ammo on it and you can sling a couple over your shoulder and have a fist holding on to two and then throw them in vehicle with ease or pass them out to your buddies.
Posted by Andrew on 2nd Jun 2013
Impressed with quality, fits pretty good.
The only beef i have is that if someone a bit bigger than me ( im 6'3 270 lbs) would wear this it wouldnt fit as the strap isnt long enough.
Posted by Tim on 25th Apr 2013
Great product, high quality construction. Each section holds two stripper clips as advertised. The belt is only 30" but it fits great. good for taking ammo to the range. I highly recommend and will be purchasing more soon.
Posted by Nate on 21st Apr 2013
I haven't gotten it out to the range yet, but here are my initial impressions.
-The stitching is redundant and looks strong. If it ever starts to come apart a drop of super glue will totally fix it. Time will tell, of course.
- Pockets are deep. With two clips it seems a little hard to pull the first one out, BUT I haven't practiced it at all so that may change. The pockets have the divider as shown, and the two clips sit tight so they don't click together or jangle around inside.
- Snap closures require two hands to open. On the other hand with the pockets being as tight as they are if you had a few pre-opened for one handed draw it really doesn't feel like clips would fall out. Momentary shake-test confirmed
-Comfortable. Wearing around the house for several hours (just 'cause) I hardly noticed it.
-Cost. It could be a little cheaper (maybe $15-20. Would buy more at this price), but it definitely isn't a rip-off, and is worth it to have this item. MADE IN USA
Posted by Tom on 26th Mar 2013
Bought these and they shipped quickly. They are awesome! The construction is robust! I love them.
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