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#5653087 - 03/16/15 07:11 AM Cartridge bellt loops
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Anybody here tried putting 44mag cartridges in loops made for 45 long colt. I'm thinking about buying one online and want to make sure it will work first.
Thanks.

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#5653293 - 03/16/15 09:54 AM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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I haven't done what you are talking about, but I did have a leather bullet belt for a 44 mag. If you get it and its leather I would check on the shells after it sits for a while. My bullets would get oxidized pretty quick for some reason. The shells would get pretty nasty. I had a 45 70 one time and if I were to guess the cases were quite a bit bigger than the 44 and may cause an issue.
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#5653358 - 03/16/15 10:39 AM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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This is the only comparison I have for a 44 mag and 45 long colt.
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#5653399 - 03/16/15 11:05 AM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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That's a .45 70 and .44 mag pretty sure the .45 long colt is the same diameter as the .45 70 slinger
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#5653775 - 03/16/15 03:19 PM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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I'm pretty sure the 44 mags would be loose in a 45 LC hole. Depending on the style of the loops, may or may not work.

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#5653791 - 03/16/15 03:28 PM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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Yep they work just bought one at midway for my 44Mag and it fits my 45 colt and 410.
http://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021269...=ProductFinding
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#5653848 - 03/16/15 04:06 PM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: REALKILLER]
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Originally Posted By: REALKILLER
I haven't done what you are talking about, but I did have a leather bullet belt for a 44 mag. If you get it and its leather I would check on the shells after it sits for a while. My bullets would get oxidized pretty quick for some reason. The shells would get pretty nasty. I had a 45 70 one time and if I were to guess the cases were quite a bit bigger than the 44 and may cause an issue.
same reason you shouldn't leave knives in leather sheaths, cheaper leather will cause rust
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#5653893 - 03/16/15 04:39 PM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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#5654318 - 03/16/15 09:16 PM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: colt45]
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Originally Posted By: colt45
Originally Posted By: REALKILLER
I haven't done what you are talking about, but I did have a leather bullet belt for a 44 mag. If you get it and its leather I would check on the shells after it sits for a while. My bullets would get oxidized pretty quick for some reason. The shells would get pretty nasty. I had a 45 70 one time and if I were to guess the cases were quite a bit bigger than the 44 and may cause an issue.
same reason you shouldn't leave knives in leather sheaths, cheaper leather will cause rust

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Leather absorbs tanning solution acid during tanning and can't be completely removed. Anything leather I would rub a thick coating of mink oil boot wax on inside and out side and set in sunlight for 8 hrs. Repeat this several times, and repeat after a year or so. To be safe Don't long term store away with knife or bullet in sheath or leather.
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#5656095 - 03/18/15 05:24 AM Re: Cartridge bellt loops [Re: Texgun]
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interesting info !

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