Uncle Mike’s Competition Gear

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posted on June 14, 2012
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With the growth of 3-gun competition, Uncle Mike’s has introduced a competition belt system and shotgun shell speed caddy for multi-gun competitors.

The competition belt system includes both an inner and outer belt, and is MOLLE/PALS compatible, making it easy to attach shooting accessories. The belt system is also compatible with Uncle Mike’s Kydex and Reflex holsters, as well as other competition products, with the inner belt padded to offset gear loads and to provide comfort during competition. The competition belt system is available in medium (32 to 36 inches) to XXL (50 to 54 inches) for $77.95.

The shotgun shell speed caddy is CNC-machined from aircraft aluminum billet and finished with type II hard coat anodizing. The shells are secured with stainless-steel retention clips, and the caddy features a spring belt clip for easy on/off operation. The shotgun shell speed caddy holds four 2 3/4-inch 12 gauge shells and is compatible with all competition belts for $53.95.

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