MAGAZINES (CLIPS) HOWEVER THEY WILL GO FAST:
SPRINGFIELD Xdm, 9mm, 13rds. $32.00
SIG SAUER P365: 10 & 12 ROUND MAGAZINES: $49.00 each
GLOCK G 42, 380 AUTO, 6RDS, $25.00
SPRINGFIELD: 45 AUTO, 10+ ROUNDS I THINK: $28.00
BERETTA: JM 25, FOR M21, 25ACP, 8 RDS. $25.00
SIG SAUER: P228/229, 9MM, $49.00
RAM LINE: 30 RD COMBO MAG,COLT AR-15 & RUGER MINI-14, $20.00
SAVAGE, STEVENS,LAKEFIELD MAGAZINES, 93, 305, 502,503, SERIES: 22WMR/17HMR.
MINI RANCH 14,
RUGER MINI 30 BETA-MAGS, 3020, FITS RUGER MINI 14
MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY 30 RD., 5.56
MAGAZINES 30 TO 50 ROUNDS. MAYBE AK47, ??
308 MAGAZINES. Different Sizes
MINI FOR 5.56, 20, 30, 40
12 ga. Fire shells. 15 & 30 Rounds
MAGAZINES FOR 30 CAL. CARBINE..
30 ROUND MAGAZINES FOR MINI 14 RIFLES & CARBINES
20 ROUND MAGAZINES FOR MINI 14 RIFLES & CARBINES.
Ramline. Mini 14, AR 15, 556,
Springfield XDm, 40 S&W 11 rds
Ramline 22, 10/22. $20.00
Legacy Large Capacity ISSC, M22, 22LR, 22 rounds. $25.00
Magpul Pmag. 30
Lancer 30 rds, 5.56. $25.00
Beretta Magazine. 9 mm. 20 rds
AK 47. magazines. large capacity
M1 Grand Magazines
Sig Sauer. P365 9 magaziines 10" & 12"
45 Long Col
12 ga Bt
9mm High Power Self Defense
12 ga shotgun 6,7 1/2, 8
7mm Remington mag
17 gr V-Max
7.62 x 51 nato
300 Wby Mag
12 ga FIRE AMMO
12 ga Buckshot
12 ga Slugs
Hornady Critical Defense 410 /triple/2 1/2
41 cal slug. Part of Hornady above
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Honcho Holster Features FOR YOUR SHOTGUN:
Designed to give you a safe, convenient way to transport your shotgun with its sling and ability to be strapped to your backpack. The adjustable, removable nylon web sling, allows you the ability to draw it quickly when needed. A clever person will undoubtedly find many other suitable locations where the scabbard can useful to protect your shotgun from dirt, sand and weather while allowing quick and easy
CLEANING YOUR FIREARM. (IMPORTANT)
The Weapon Cleaning Area & Best Practices
Prepping the space
Take the appropriate steps to protect your health as it relates to chemical exposure while cleaning the weapon(s).
Have at hand and wear proper eye protection.
Have the proper tools for disassembly of your various weapons available and, to some extent, protect them from other use.
. Secure the right tools. Organize them. Dedicate them.
The same applies to your tools used for cleaning. From bore brushes to wipes and rods, make sure you have the correct ones for your handguns and long guns in the appropriate calibers. Know the difference between a chamber brush (for cleaning the cylinder chambers on a revolver) and a barrel brush (for cleaning barrels) and don’t confuse them. Have brass or nylon and use them appropriately. Old toothbrushes can be handy, not to mention dental picks. Your local dental office usually throws away the broken ones, but will often hold and gift them to you if you ask. Have the proper variety of wipe sizes available.
Have at hand and properly organize your solvents and lubricants.
some solvents aren’t safe for use on polymer frames. Some products are sold to “do it all” like clean, lubricate, and protect. Others are sold as metal conditioners. While they can be used for cleaning, it’s not their purpose and they don’t necessarily perform that function efficiently. Know what you’re using and use it appropriately. Be aware of any conflicts or dangers that exist in the chemicals you have at hand. Be sure to keep them
Robert's Pro Tips:
Take the appropriate steps to protect yourself from chemical exposure while cleaning the weapon(s).
Have and wear proper eye protection.
Have the proper tools for disassembly of your various weapons available. Protect them from other use.
The same applies to cleaning tools.
Have your solvents and lubricants at hand and properly organized.
Properly dispose of contaminated wipes, cotton swabs, etc.
Wash any rags and clothes.
Wash your hands at least halfway up to your forearms.
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