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  • Currently 4.33/5

Rating: 4.3/5 (3 votes cast)

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8 March 2009  

Things I liked: Bought one back in the 80's and it's still working fine. the spring closure closes tight and you don't loose pellets if you bend over, a problem with other pouches. Holds 500 pellets, if you need that many at a time...
Things I would have changed: Put the little pull tab back on the pouch, as the other reviewer said... I don't know why it was taken off, they can't save that much money by not putting it on. it is a lot easier to open with the pull tab.
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8 February 2009  

Things I liked: After trying several other pellet pouches, I returned to the one that I got first which is the Beeman pouch. The closure works better and I don't loose pellets. It fits securely on a belt and has no velcro flap.
Things I would have changed: The original Beeman pouch that I got two or three years ago had a pull tab which makes it easy to open and close. The two that I recently bought are missing this pull tab. There is a slot on the side where the pull tab welded loop would have been but there is simply no pull tab.
What others should know: I would certainly ask before purchasing whether all of the Beeman pouches now come with or without the pull tab. "With a pull tab" is good. "Without a pull tab" is good but not as good.
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14 September 2008  

Things I liked: Quality leather pouch
Things I would have changed: Somewhat pricey compared to other available pouches.
What others should know: You may want to consider the Crosman pouch for your different type ammo.
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