View Full Version : Where to buy a buttstock shell holder from?

May 29, 2002, 06:48 AM
Hi folks!
I am looking for a (butt)stock shell holder for my shotgun. I am only aware of Blackhawk Industries "Buttstock Shell Holder Pouch" and "Ammo Cheek Pad-Stock Pouch".
Any opinions, other suggestions (brands) and where to buy on line would be welcome! Thank you.
Stay safe :)

May 29, 2002, 07:06 AM
I recently purchased a Blackhawk buttstock shellholder pouch from www.deltaforce.com for my SG and am very pleased with it. It takes a little while to get it adjusted to the stock for proper fit, but is great once its on. Rock solid.

I bought it to be able to have extra shells but once I shot it actually like the pad feature better.

May 29, 2002, 08:14 AM
Check out www.cqbsolutions.com

They have the loop type holder or the pouch type and both can be had with or without integral tactical sling.


May 30, 2002, 12:17 AM
Milt Sparks offers the Cold Comfort cheekpiece. It's leather and holds 7 shells in loops sewn to a lace-on cheekpiece. It comes in black, natural leather and cordovan brown. Rough price is 70 dollars with shipping. You have to ask for it specifically since it is not on the web site, and specify the make of shotgun. It is usually a wait time of 6-8 weeks, but it is a nice product. My only criticism of the item is that a nylon cord similar to hiking boot laces was included to lace it on the stock. I substituted with a rawhide boot lace instead. I also had a hole drilled into the leather to mount a sling swivel base on the butt stock. But it looks good on my Ithaca 37 with a reproduction M1907 rifle sling.

May 30, 2002, 04:42 AM
Yoy guys are all very helpful!
I am only worried about the sling loop which is placed on the wooden stock (approx. 2 inches from the end). Thanks all! :)

Looking for differences between (Eagle Industries) GSAC and SSSC-QTR.. Shooters Stock Pack does look attractive..