Taccom Duaload 2UP Shotshell Ammunition Carrier 12, 20 Gauge 2-Round without Mount Black

Product #: 295093 Taccom #: 2UP W/O
Date expected in stock: Overdue

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Product Information

The Taccom Duaload shotshell carriers are designed for the dual Load technique. The dual load technique, also referred to as load 2 or twins loading, is a very fast and easy method for action shooting such as 3-Gun or Multi-Gun competitions. The Taccom carriers work with 12 or 20 gauge shells and have easily adjustable tension. The spring steel clips have a durable plastic coating that protects the shells from scratches and the carrier from rust and corrosion. The body of the carrier is constructed of black polycarbonate for lightweight and durability. This 2UP carrier does not include a belt loop and is designed for use with a molle compatible vest, or to be used in a custom application. The carrier can easily be woven into a column of molle webbing.

Technical Information:
  • Capacity: 2 Shells
  • Gauge: 12 or 20 Ga
  • Mount: None, Works with MOLLE or in Custom Applications
  • Height: 4-1/2"
  • Width: 1-1/2" (Outside of Shell Clips)
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