Wilkins Pouches – High Class Ammo Carriers

Years of living in a state that does not allow the civilian ownership of silencers introduced me to the world of suppressed precision airguns. And if you thought the accessory market in the “powder burner” realm was stacked deep with must-haves, the airgun options are a close second. Case in point, in the woods, at the range or out hunting, you don’t want to be digging in your pocket for pellets. What you need is a Wilkins leather ammo pouch.

Now that I am in a land of full-freedom, my airguns and supplies have been sold off or repurposed. My original Wilkins pouch now holds my subsonic rimfire ammo for quiet plinking. I also just picked up a second pouch that I am going to use to hold subsonic .38 Special rounds for my suppressed Ruger 77/357.

I love my Kydex holsters and polymer Magpul gear, but there is something about a refined piece of leather that just goes well with guns. Trust me, you need one of these in your life.

 

Pouch Features

  • Strong, sturdy and long-lasting
  • Supplied with a cord for wearing around the neck and quick release belt clip
  • Completely sealable while still offering easy access
  • Single-handed, press-stud opening – no pellet spillage when closed
  • Virtually silent operation for hunting

Large Wilkins Pellet Pouch

3½” diameter
Holds a full tin of pellets plus a large magazine
Ammo pouch suitable for .177 or .22 and rimfire ammunition

Medium Wilkins Pellet Pouch

2½” diameter
Holds approximately 125 x .177 pellets
Ammo pouch suitable for .177 or .22 ammunition
Also suitable for shotgunners to carry ear-defenders

~£25 Shipped (~$30 USD Shipped)

The Perfect Pellet Pouch

…a beautifully crafted, hard-leather pouch which could be clipped to the belt or worn around the neck, allowing easy press-stud access to the pellets. The large pouch would hold a whole tin full of pellets and the magazine from his 10 shot Daystate Harrier. It would never spill when closed and was such fine quality he knew it would be a instant success with his fellow shooters. He brought back a small quantity of pouches which sold like hot cakes. And the rest, as they say, is history.


Wilkins Pouches – http://www.wilkinspouches.com
info@wilkinspouches.com





Pete

LE – Science – OSINT.
On a mission to make all of my guns as quiet as possible.
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  • TVOrZ6dw

    Very cool! I was just about to pull the trigger on a plastic .22 cal bullet box, but might go with this instead.

  • iksnilol

    since you shot airguns. How bad is the hold sensitivty on gas spring airguns ?

    Like, I’m looking at PCPs and multi pump pneumnatics but if I can get away with a piston airgun that’d be nice.

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      I was a PCP only shooter.

      • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

        To someone who knows nothing about airguns and dangerously little about drugs, that sounds like a particularly questionable statement.

        • Pete – TFB Writer

          Lol. Pre Charged Pneumatic- basically you fill up a high pressure tank on the air gun (similar to airsoft). Vs spring or gas piston driven which needs to be “pumped” each time.

          Spring driven guns can have surprisingly harsh recoils and can beat up on optics.

    • Graham2

      Gas ram and spring piston airguns are not as hold dependant as they used to be, as the internals are a lot smoother and better balanced than in the past to be. Being more efficient, they don’t need such a powerful spring as they once did for any given output. I’m referring to sub 12 Ft/lb or 16 joule rifles here by the way.

      Mega powered rifles still seem to recoil quite a bit and as the piston is moving whilst you’re on aim, they’re a bit like open bolt SMGs to shoot!

      I shoot mainly PCPs these days but I recently bought a Walther LGU Varmint with a synthetic thumbhole stock and it’s amazingly smooth! It’s also one of the most accurate airguns I’ve ever owned, spring gun or PCP. Most high end piston guns still use a springs.

      • mazkact

        I have a Walther LGV Master in .22. The LGV has the same piston,spring and cylinder set up. Very refined and SMOOOOOOTH. To me PCPs are a pain in the logistics department.

  • Christopher Wallace

    .22 caliber scrotum purse?

  • Tony

    I would be curious to know how many rounds of 22LR these hold for each size, they look awesome!

    • Pete – TFB Writer

      About 100 for the large. Probably 50 for the medium.

      • Tony

        Thanks!

  • Larry Thomas

    Almost looks like a sporran.

  • Edeco

    Erm, I guess, it’s pretty for the price, but there are a lot of 22 boxes where one can slide out 2 rows of a tray and shake out 10 at a time.

    They should take a pic of one full of skittles.

  • Keiichi

    Neat.

  • thedonn007

    I prefer to buy more magazines for my firearms.

  • AndyT

    What’s wrong with an altoids tin and one of your wife hair ties?