Huge thanks to Winnie. I love these things.
I believe a Kangaroo without his satchel is called a Kangagrouch.Oh my lord! You better hope that kangaroo doesn't come looking for his satchel.....he's not gonna be happy!!! :nono:
I like Dan's sling mail videos, he reminds me of a kid at Christmas!!!!
Yea, the Forum tossed me a load of old updates, then some downdates. Could be the Cvirus was uploaded, or downloaded....??Send it over Mo and I'll re-work it for you.
BTW, I haven't recieved anything from the forum for a couple of days. I stumbled across this post this morning by going to the forum. Anyone else having trouble?
Unfortunately I don't sell them. Maybe someday after I retire from dentistry i'll go for the big bucks and set up a pouch site.Those are beautiful my friend! Do you have a website with them? I'd definitely like to order some for my self and let me friends know! Thanks my friend!
That would be awesome! Thank you so much! Teach me your ways! I'm really looking forward to it! These plastic pouches are not my cup of tea.. I resorted to just throwing ammo into my pocket lolUnfortunately I don't sell them. Maybe someday after I retire from dentistry i'll go for the big bucks and set up a pouch site.Those are beautiful my friend! Do you have a website with them? I'd definitely like to order some for my self and let me friends know! Thanks my friend!
I have made a number of pouches of assorted designs throughout the years and I'm finding these to be the most practical of them all.
If someone is interested in making one I'm happy to share what I know.
I'm not recieving anything from the forum right now so you might have to reply here and I'll find you.
I like them both. Each has a unique purpose and place. The cork option is better for quick access and to "dump" several in your hand at a time for a practice range. The magnetic option is better for field course or hunting as you rarely need more than one at a time and you do not have time to pick things up if you get overzealous.These things have evolved through the years. The cork is just for when it's laying around. When you head into the field put the cork in your pocket and it is easy to dispense the balls through the open hole in the wood. Since you and Ibojoe both have the two different designs I'd be interested in what you think.