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    I'm surprised no one has mentioned "reusing" the plastic 100rd CCI packaging with slide top.
    They are my favorite...I find them all the time in the range trash can.

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    Kind of off topic, but I scrounge all the 17hrm cci boxes for my ready to use hunting boolits. Keeps me from plinking them up! Reuse/repurpose!
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    I have been using the CCI plastic boxes for year now, storing small items. They work great as OP said. james

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    This Marbles brand carrier works for me.

    https://www.midwayusa.com/product/24...-polymer-black

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    Mentos and similar plastic containers work great for carrying/dispensing extra .22 rimfire ammo. TicTac containers are perfect for airgun pellets.
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    When my Uncle was passing thing down to me, he gave me this. He used it to carry extra rounds for his Ruger revolver. Now I am waiting for him to sell me his revolver.Click image for larger version. 

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    Check out the ammo wallet for 22LR.
    I have one and it`s very handy.
    Stick it in your back pocket.

    https://mtmcase-gard.com/products/sh...mo-wallets.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale2242 View Post
    Check out the ammo wallet for 22LR.
    I have one and it`s very handy.
    Stick it in your back pocket.

    https://mtmcase-gard.com/products/sh...mo-wallets.php
    Especially useful if you hunt with target grade ammo with a soft wax lube!

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    +1 for the ammo wallet, and a suggestion for the Tuff Products quik-strip.

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    When I was a kid, I carried my .22 ammo with one of these:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/High-Qualit...rk:15:razz:f:0

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOC031 View Post
    A company in Idaho purpose-built leather .22 rimfire ammunition carriers using that exact same spring clasp mechanism. It had a belt slot to thread it on your belt and a supple plastic liner inside to keep the lube from coating the inside leather and becoming a gunk trap. I have had mine for probably 40 years now, the inside plastic has cracked and broken from use, but everything else is still as good as the day it was new. I can't imagine how many .22's have made their way through that thing over the years, and I still use it if I am out with a .22.

    Beeman bought the rights to the carrier but apparently no longer makes them. Look identical to mine, except mine is a cordova brown, rather than black.

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    The leathersmith in Kalispell who does all our leather repairs and builds, says he will build as many as I want if I can find him a source for the clasp spring closures at the top. I don't even know the proper name for that kind of closing mechanism.

    I have all the rimfire ammunition pouches I need for this lifetime, but I have run into lots of people who would like one for themselves
    well here is the metal spring closure they are apparently called kiss clasps 20 for under $10
    https://www.amazon.com/Z-Color-Inter...n%2Bpurse&th=1
    or you can just fet the coin purse for $5 for the chinese junk leather version
    https://www.amazon.com/Travelambo-Ge...ing+coin+purse
    or $25 for a usa made top grain leather one
    https://www.walletgear.com/hardy-lea...B#.XD5OAs9KiqA

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    Finally got a picture small enough to post. This is what I use when it is warm and hunting or just woods loafing with my Rem33 or Win 67.Click image for larger version. 

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    Repurposed chalk bag for climbing. Quiet and handy on the belt.
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    I currently use a pill bottle. It's a larger one and it's soft plastic so if it gets dropped or set on it don't break. In the past I've done the pocket thing, used a drawstring leather pouch I made and a spring opening round ball pouch by safariland (I forget the model).

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    As a 10 year old, I had a leather ammo belt that held 30 cartridges. Liked it so much I had the part with the loops cut out of the old belt and sewn onto bigger belts as I grew.

    Years ago, Uncle Mike's made a small pouch with a belt loop and a Velcro closing that would hold 100 rounds or so. I still have one in the truck.

    When I get on the 4 wheeler, I usually wear a 22 revolver and carry extra ammo in a 35mm film cannister. I saved several of those back in the day. In the Summer, I carry two, one full of 22 shot shells.

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